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Coelogyne ‘Unchained Melody’

Coelogynes  or Angel Orchids range over more than 100 species and can be found in India, southern China, the Philippines, Vietnam and down the Malay peninsula through the Indonesian islands through Borneo and New Guinea. They are mostly found growing epiphytically on trees in their natural habitat, but some are lithophytes which grow on rocks.

  • They can also be successfully grown in the South Eastern areas within Victoria, Australia.

Learn more about these orchids and their culture on our Coelogyne Orchid Care page.

See more images in our Coelogyne photo gallery.

For further information about orchid care at Southern Suburbs Orchid Society (SSOS) or membership enquiries, please do not hesitate to Contact Us.

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