Thelymitra nuda is an species in the genus Thelymitra.
Plants bloom in the spring with around nine 4 cm wide flowers. Flowers are fragrant.
Plants are found growing in the open forest and fields of New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia at elevations of 5 to 1000 meters
Plants grow in cool to intermediate conditions in full sunlight. Grow in a freely draining, dense mixture with partially composted organic matter. Plants can be potted in 80% perlite and 20% leaf litter. Water regularly during growing season and reduce with hold watering during dormancy. Seeds can be sprayed lightly during dormancy to prevent dehydration. The pH of the media should be 5 to 6.
Common Names:The Naked Thelymitra
- Serapias regularis G.Forst. 1786
- Thelymitra longifolia J.R. Forst. 1775