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Items in this category have been recently added to our website. Sometimes this means a new larger pot size, or it may mean a a re-introduction of a long time favorite that had previously been sold out.

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. Photo Shown Courtesy of Lourens Grobler

    Angraecum magdalenae *Rare & Fragrant*

    SKU:10405/25

    (Photo shown Courtesy of Lourens Grobler)

    We were recently reminded of just how lovely this rare species of Madagascar is.  Pure white, waxy blooms grace plants with dark green foliage. Unlike a number of other Angracoids, these blooms will be fragrant with a spicy-sweet perfume during the day with the height of scent being reached in evening. And what a scent it is! Flowers can last for weeks in good culture.

    The foliage on Angraecum magdalenae is very dark green, with an almost leathery texture, and rather compact even when mature.  Usually plants reach approximately 12" in height, plus they will send out basal keikis as they age.

    Growing Suggestions:  We recommend these for advanced growers, or collectors experienced with plants needing specific growing requirments.  In nature, plants are generally found under extremely bright light, though slightly protected by the trees they grow on or under.  Young seedlings like these should be given bright, indirect light as much as is possible (avoiding sunburn) until they are bit bigger. As plants reach flowering size, more light can be tolerated and is needed to induce buds.  Intermediate to warm temperatures are preferred, with a sharp day to night difference.  Plants should be grown in long-lasting, well draining media or in baskets with some roots exposed. Repot only when needed and disturb them as little as possible. Angraecum magdalenae should be given a near dry spell over the winter when summer growths are complete.  Heavy mistings are enough, until spring returns when plants should receive frequent watering again.

    We are currently offering seedlings of this species, established in 2" net pots. They should not be moved into new containers until next spring.  We expect these plants to reach flowering size is approximately 2-3 years.  

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    $15.95
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    Angraecum sesquipedale *Star of Bethlehem*

    SKU:10321/25

    Known by many names, this famous night scented species will be a hit with amateurs and collectors alike. Large, showy blooms with a waxy finish are only fragrant in the evening and overnight hours. Plants prefer vanda-like conditions, with medium to bright light and warm night temperatures. Plants will start blooming when established in 4: pots, and will get larger and more impressive as they mature.

    We are offering plants well established in 2.5" pots.  Plants will be flowering size in two to three years, depending on growing conditions.

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    $15.95
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. Photo shown courtesy of Lourens Grobler

    Christensonia (Vanda) vietnamica *Rare Species*

    SKU:10344/25

    This charming miniature has only recently been discovered in the last few decades. Sprays of small blooms withlime green segments appear in the early spring and summer months. Compact, monopodial growth habit with dark, glossy leaves. Grows in pots with loose draining media or in hanging baskets when plants are more mature. Tolerates bright, warm conditions if given adequate humidity.

    We have blooming size plants growing in 2.5" pots, that are expected to flower in the next 12 months, in season.

    To learn more about about this plant, including time to first flowering please click on the 'Additional Information' tab below

     

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    $15.95
  7. Compact Cattleya Trio- All New!

    Compact Cattleya Trio- All New!

    SKU:9751/30

    We are very pleased to offer this new grouping of Miniature to Compact Cattleya Hybrids from our breeding.  Never before offered!  All photos show first bloom seedlings we have flowered, exact coloring will vary plant to plant.

    While supplies last we will send one each of the following seedlings in 2.5" pots.  Quantities very Limited, please limit to one request per customer. Sorry, these are only available as part of this collection. No further discounts or coupons apply to this special offering.

    10196 Potinara Ann Cutter * (Pot. Greg Uzar x Sc. Lana Coryell) Compact, warmth tolerant plants.  Shades of yellow and peach with rose and pink accents.  Very promising.  First blooms expected within 12-18 months. Fragrant.

    10004  Lc. Newberry        * (Cattleya schroderae x Lc. Kiritsubo) New breeding from our favorite pink miniature parent.  Cute as a button, blush pink blooms on short plants. Warth tolerant, and may be free flowering. Sweetly fragrant and very warmth tolerant.  Great for basket or mount culture. Plants are expected to flower withing 12-18 months.

    9910 Slc. Spice Angel (Sc. Bright Angel x Slc. Mango Spice)  Our remake is producing bold red blooms on tiny plants.  Cool to intermediate conditions only. These will be fabulous. Large enough to produce buds at any time.

    * Registration pending with the Royal Horticultural Society

    To learn more about about this plant, including time to first flowering please click on the 'Additional Information' tab below

     

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    $44.95
  8. 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
  9. Holcoglossum wangii

    Holcoglossum wangii

    SKU:10035/25

    This rare and unusual species hails from select regions of China and Vietnam where conditions of shady most of the year, with very high humidity. Plants have terete foliage, and are usually grown pedant, with leaves hanging downward as they mature.  Bloom stems emerge on slender inflorescence, and have white petal segments with darker reddish-purple spotting near the heart.  Flowers have an open 'windmill' shape, with each petal having a bit of a twist as the base.

    Growing Suggestions: Perfectly suited for intermediate to warm temperatures, usually 65-85 degrees.  Since many people grow these in baskets or on mounts, high humidity is a must in addition to almost daily watering or mistings.  Medium to bright light, depending on how much airflow is available, will be best.  Fertilize year round, every third or fourth watering. Don't repot or re-mount too often as plants do not like to be disturbed once they are settled.

    We have available Near Blooming Size plants in 2.5" pots.  First flowers are expected in the next 12-18 months, in season. 

    To learn more about about this plant, including time to first flowering please click on the 'Additional Information' tab below

     

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    $15.95
  10. 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.

    To learn more about about this plant, including time to first flowering please click on the 'Additional Information' tab below

     

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    $12.00

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