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Commonly known as the Coronate Epidendrum, is a species of orchid native to parts of Central and South America. It's a popular choice among orchid enthusiasts due to its unique and attractive features. The flowers of Epidendrum coronatum are characterized by their intricate lip resembling a crown or coronet, from which the orchid gets its name.

The flowers come in various colors, including shades of pink, purple, and white, and are usually small to medium-sized. These blooms are displayed on tall, slender stems that can reach considerable heights.

Caring for Epidendrum coronatum involves providing it with bright, indirect light and ensuring proper air circulation. It's essential not to over-water the plant; allow the growing medium to dry slightly between waterings. Regular fertilization during the growing season promotes healthy flowering. This orchid species typically thrives in intermediate to warm temperatures, making it adaptable to a range of indoor environments.

Climate Intermediate
Air Circulation Medium
Light Medium
Humidity Medium
Fertilizer Bimonthly
Size Medium

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