Lyperanthus suaveolens is a species of Lyperanthus.
Plants blooms in the spring with two to eight 3 cm wide flowers. Flowers are fragrant.
Plant is found growing in the woodland forest of Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, and Tasmania Australia at elevations of 0 to 800 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 during the summer and water regularly during the winter. Pot in a well drain terrestrial mix of soil and peat.
Common name: The Mildly Fragrant Lyperanthus, The Brown Beak Orchid
- Caladenia suaveolens ( R.Br. ) Rchb.f. 1871
- Caladenia sulphurea A.Cunn. 1825
- Leptoceras sulphurea (A.Cunn.) Lindl. 1840