Lyperanthus serratus is a species of Lyperanthus.
Plants bloom in the spring with two to eight flowers.
Plant is found growing in South Western Australia
Grow plants in cool temperatures with moderate amounts of light. Plants require a summer dormancy. Withhold watering and keep the medium to dry out during the summer and water regularly during the winter. Pot in a well drain terrestrial mix of soil and peat.
Common name: The sawtooth Lyperanthus
- Caladenia serrata (Lindl.) Rchb.f., 1871