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Featured Items

Please refer to individual items for time expected until first blooming. Many of our offerings are young plants that will need to be grown to flowering size.  Unless otherwise stated in the description, items listed are not sent in spike, bud or bloom.

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  1. Angraecum didieri *Miniature*

    Angraecum didieri *Miniature*

    SKU:9120/25

    A charming and easy to grow selection!  A perfect choice for beginner or amateur growers who want to try something new and different. These small growing plants will produce keikis and multiple growths freely which makes for a short, but bushy specimen in no time.  Plants carry dormant bloom stems for months at a time, which in turn become buds when the time is and conditions are right.  Usually flowers appear in late spring when days are getting longer and warmer, but growers have reported blooms in almost any season. Each stem holds a single, waxy white bloom with a short spur.

    Growing Suggestions:  This species actually does well in home growing conditions if enough humidity and airflow can be provided.  Medium light or brighter (like most Phalaenopsis) is usually enough to produce flowers.  Temperatures ranging from 65-85 degrees will be preferred.  Plants should be kept in well-draining media, and watered just as plants become dry.  Do not allow plants to stay wet for long periods or sit in water.  In greenhouses, or shadehouse conditions, plants will grow well on mounts or in small baskets. Fertilize lightly year round, usually once per month, remembering lower light levels means less food is used by the plant.

    We are offering Blooming Size plants in 2.5" pots, large enough to flower in the next 6-12 months.

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    $15.95
  2. Bl. Love Sound 'Dogashima'

    Blc. Love Sound ‘Dogashima’ AM/AOS x Pot. Newberry Sweetheart ‘Lipstick’

    SKU:9935/25

    An exciting new cross for warmth tolerant, compact Cattleyas.  The first parent, Blc. Love Sound is well known with upright stems of beautifully shaped yellow blooms.  Foliage is sturdy with hints of its Laelia briegeri parentage. The pollen parent, Potinara Newberry Sweetheart is a Carter and Holmes selection with exceptionally round, coral-orange blooms. So far seedlings have shown husky growth habit, on short plants.  We expect a range of yellow, peach and salmon colored blooms on semi-upright stems.  Bloom count will vary by plant but some of these could be quite impressive when mature.  These should be flowering size in 12-18 months. 

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    $12.00
  3. Cattleya chocoensis

    Cattleya chocoensis 'Mendenhall' x Blc. Skylar Rayne 'April's Touch' HCC/AOS

    SKU:10169/25

    We have high hopes for beautifully fragrant soft colored blooms from this new cross. Cattleya chocoensis is a little known and delightfully fragrant species with slightly cupped pastel flowers.  Blc. Skylar Rayne is a large, gorgeous pink from impeccable breeding.  Together we are expecting, stems of pale pink and possibly white or cream blooms with darker pink or purple lip coloring.  These should be extremely fragrant.  We suggest these for warm, bright growing conditions.  First flowering is expected in 2-3 years, depending on conditions.

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    $12.00
  4. Specimen Size plant in flower

    Dendrochilum formosanum *Golden Chain Orchid*

    SKU:10406/35

    An exciting miniature species from Taiwan and the Philippines.  Known as one of the 'Golden Chain Orchids'  tiny and delicate golden-green blooms covered semi-pendant stems that grow from the center of the new growths. Dendrochilum formosanum has thin, soft foliage growing from small, round pseudobulbs.  Plants grow in clumps of bulbs and should remain so they mature.  (Do not divide when young). We have found Dendrochilums like this make great companions for many intermediate growing Pleurothallids, Draculas and some Coelogynes.

    Growing Suggestions:  Plants of Dendrochilum formosanum  should be grown in moderate or medium light levels to avoid burning the thin foliage.  Always keep active air-flow around the plant as this will cool the foliage, and prevent leaf spotting.  Repotting should only be done as needed, but keeping in mind this species needs snug containers. Use a free-draining media appropriate for frequent waterings. Growing in hanging baskets can help with both of these issues while adding airflow. Plants grow quickly but rarely reach more than 8"-10" in height when mature. You will usually see multiple new leads each growing season.

    We have very Limited Supplies of flowering size plants in 3.5" pots.  Plants are expected to flower in the coming twelve months, in season.

     

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    $24.95
  5. Dyakia hendersoniana

    Dyakia hendersoniana

    SKU:10422/25

    (Bloom photo shown courtesy of Lourens Grobler)

    We can't say enough good things about this adorable miniature with the flamingo pink blooms! Once considered an Ascocentrum, this Vanda alliance species is relatively easy to care for if you remember a few things. Great for growing indoors, and under artificial lights where space is an issue.  

    Low to medium light, similar to Phalaenopsis conditions are best.  Very bright light can cause dehydrated and stressed foliage.  Even plants grown in pots have unruly aerial roots which means high humidity is a plus, in addition to regular watering. Plants can be grown in pots with bark or sphagnum moss Always provide good air movement (like all orchids) so humidity will not cause bacterial spotting of the leaves. 

    We are offering a crop of Near Flowering Size plants in 2.5" pots.  These are expected to bloom for the first time in the coming 12-18 months.

     

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    $19.95
  6. Laelia lobata concolor 'Jeni'

    Laelia lobata 'Jeni' AM/AOS x Cattleya chocoensis 'Newberry Perfume'

    SKU:10191/25

    Surprisingly, this primary cross has not previously been registered and we can't wait to see the results.  We have used a rare, pale pink form of Laelia lobata that can carry up to six blooms per stem on husky growing plants.  Cattleya chocoensis (quadricolor) is a hard to find species that naturally has slightly cupped blooms with a heady and sweet rose scented perfume. Our select variety has delicate coloring and is more fragrant than most we have found.  We are expecting seedlings with multiple pale pink or cream blooms.  Foliage is long and slender, and shows a scattering of darker purple freckles.  These will prefer bright, warm growing conditions and be standard sized growers when mature. Blooming season will vary as one parent is a summer and the other blooms in wintertime. First flowers are expected in 2-3 years, depending on conditions.

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    $12.00
  7. Potinara Lynette and Alan ‘EOC’

    Potinara Lynette and Alan ‘EOC’

    SKU:9092M/25

    Our first time offering of this exclusive new mericlone.  Potinara Lynette and Alan is made by crossing the standard sized lavender Blc. Tribute with the miniature cool-growing species Sophronitis coccinea.  The result is compact plants with stems of boldly colored blooms, bright scarlet-orange shading over round yellow segments. The lip is a dark blood red. Plants will be best cultivated in cool to intermediate conditions which will also bring out the best bloom coloring. Get yours while supplies last!

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    $15.95
  8. Vandopsis gigantea *Rare Species*

    Vandopsis gigantea *Rare Species*

    SKU:9471/30

    Vandopsis gigantea also known as the 'Giant Vanda', is native to regions of southeast Asia.  Plants mature to large proportions, usually two feet tall, with foliage having a natural spread of two feet across.  The strap like leaves are thick, and tightly held to the main stem. Blooms are pale golden-rod yellow with darker brown-red markings across the petals. Flower spikes are somewhat pendant, mostly due to the weight of the blooms which can appear up to a dozen per stem on mature specimens. Blooming season is late winter into early spring, and flowers can last for weeks on the plant under proper conditions.

    This collectors plant is best for greenhouse, and outdoor growing conditions. Plants are very warm growing and are touchy about cold weather.  We suggest growing Vandopsis gigantea in 65-85 degrees, and plants can tolerate warmer weather is given proper humidity and water.   Plants are epiphytic and must be grown in well draining media.  Large baskets or similar containers filled with course tree fern, cork or other large grade media is the best choice for maturing and mature plants. Only repot in the springtime when new growth and roots are appearing, and do not disturb anymore than necessary. As with most members of the Vanda alliance, high humidity is a plus, and plants should be kept well watered except in the middle of cooler, winter weather. Regular balanced fertilizer is suggested. Mature plants of Vandopsis gigantea will need bright to very bright light in order to grow and flower well.  Seedlings need less until they are larger, and should gradually be acclimated to bright conditions. 

      Plants of this rare species are slow to start but gain momentum as they age.  We are offering seedling sized plants in 3" pots. Plants will need a few years to reach flowering size but will be worth the wait!  Supplies are very limited and for that reason pricing is net, meaning no further discounts or promo codes will apply.  These will disappear fast, so don't delay!

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    $34.95

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