Elythranthera brunonis is a species of Elythranthera.
Plants bloom from winter to early spring with one to three 3 cm wide flowers.
Plant is found growing in South West Australia at elevations of 5 to 350 meters
Grow plants in cool temperatures with moderate amounts of light. Plants require a summer dormancy. Withhold watering and keep the medium to dry out after the leaves die out during the summer and water regularly during the winter. Pot in a well drain gritty terrestrial mix of sand, peat, and eucalyptus leaf litter. Plants are difficult to grow.
Common name: Robert Brown's Elythranthera
- Caladenia brunonis [Endl]Rchb.f 1871
- *Glossodia brunonis Endl.1839