Calanthe mcgregorii is endemic to the Philippines. It grows in shady locallities at elevations of around 500 meters.
Professor Oakes Ames named this species in 1907, in the Philippine Journal of Science.
The speific epithet honours Mr. R.C. Mcgregor, collector of the type specimens.
Growth Habit: terrestrial, upright, sympodial
Flower colour: white. There is a yellow spot on the labellum at the junction of the mid lobe.
- Plants are offered in 12 cm Pots
- Water twice a week during hot Summer, less in winter.
- Fertilize twice a month in Summer with low concentration of fertilizer.
- Shady, no bright, direct sunlight.