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Clear Mountain Garden TreasuresCoelogyne mooreana

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Glossary
stigma
Part of a flower that receives pollen.
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inflorescence
A flowering shoot with more than one flower.
Inflorescences may be branched or unbranched.
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pseudobulb
A swollen stem found mainly in orchids
see also Bulbs, Corms and Tubers.
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inflorescence
A flowering shoot with more than one flower.
Inflorescences may be branched or unbranched.
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pseudobulb
A swollen stem found mainly in orchids
see also Bulbs, Corms and Tubers.
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Coelogyne mooreana

Flower
Family Orchidaceae
Name Coelogyne mooreana
Abbreviation Coel.
Etymology
Coelogyne From Greek koilos meaning hollow, and Greek gyne meaning female, referring to hollow stigmatic surface.
mooreana Named after Frederick William Moore, 20th century British horticulturist and director of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Edinburgh.

  See also:  Coelogyne

Unlike most other Coelogyne species, this one has upright inflorescences, produced on top of new growth. The leaves only start to expand and the pseudobulb starts to grow and swell only after the flowering is finished. It comes from intermediate elevations monsoon forests of Vietnam.


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