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Cattleyas

Cattleyas, the royalty of the orchid family, are native to the slopes of the Andes in South America. On the mountain slopes they have moderate days and cool nights, so they appreciate a temperature drop in the evening. They are comfortable at temperatures as low as 55 degrees at night, with days in the 70's or higher. They need bright light (not full sun) to flower. They must have good drainage, and like to dry a bit between waterings. Fertilize lightly when they are in active growth. Repot in a well draining mix, like our Cypress blends, when they have outgrown the pot or the mix has broken down (every two or three years).

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.  Pot. Greg Uzar ‘Newberry Majesty’ x Bc. Raspberry Parfait ‘Lorraine McLellan’

    Pot. Greg Uzar ‘Newberry Majesty’ x Bc. Raspberry Parfait ‘Lorraine McLellan’

    SKU:10043/25

    One of our first crosses with the stunning Raspberry Parfait. We are expecting a range of soft yellows, creams and some pale pinks to come from this pairing. All should be excellent growers and very floriferous. Very Fragrant.

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    $15.95
  2. Bc. Anita Gierok 'Pink'

    Bc. Anita Gierok 'Pink' x Blc. South Island ‘Beautiful Dreamer’

    SKU:10164/25

    First time offering of a Limited Edition hybrid.  Both parents have great potential and together we should see spectacular results.  Our expectations are for well-shaped cream to ivory yellow blooms with faint pink blushing. The first parent is a very large grower so some of the seedlings may need a bit of space. We can't wait to see these flower!

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    $15.95
  3. Bc. Phil Andrews 'Mendenhall'

    Bc. Mount Hood 'Mary' AM/AOS x Bc. Phil Andrews 'Mendenhall' HCC/AOS

    SKU:10168/25

    Both of the parents in this new cross are favorites for their shape, size and coloring.  These seedlings will be large, standard sized growers showing a range of impressive white, cream and pink blooms.  All should be very fragrant. These will be very nice!

     

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    $12.00
  4. Bc. Raspberry Parfait 'Lorraine McLellan'

    Bc. Raspberry Parfait ‘Lorraine McLellan’

    SKU:9367M/25

    We are very pleased to present our exclusive and much anticipated new mericlone. The original was acquired directly from the Rod McLellan Co years ago and we have never seen another bloom that compares. This gorgeous offering has huge, round blooms of soft lavender-pink with a wash of lemony yellow coloring high in the throat. A very clean, upright grower that you can expect to produce flowers in mid to late fall each year. Extremely fragrant.

     

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    $19.95
  5. Blc. Campobello 'Newberry'

    Blc. Campobello ‘Newberry’ AM/AOS x Cattleya Mark Jones ‘Newberry’

    SKU:10021/25

    A new and unique cross that should have some exciting results.  The first parent is a large, concolor yellow standard with heavy substance, combined with the clusters of spotted blooms on Mark Jones.  We hope to see clusters of medium sized yellow to greenish blooms with some freckles on the petals.  Most will have at least some purple coloring on the lip.

     

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    $12.00
  6. Flowers are expected to be similar to the photo shown

    Blc. Triumphal Coronation 'Seto' x Blc. Memoria Grant Eichler 'Lenette' HCC/AOS

    SKU:9234/30

    Both parents in this winning cross are showy lavenders with huge form. The second parent can carry up to five blooms as large as ten inches across! Expect extremely fragrant rich lavender blooms with bright gold throat markings. Seedlings will eventually be large growing, with tall, robust pseudobulbs and heavy foliage.

     

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    $15.95
  7. Blc. Waikiki Gold 'Lea'

    Blc. Waikiki Gold ‘Lea’ HCC/AOS x Pot. Beaufort Gold ‘Susan Fender’ AM/AOS

    SKU:9991/25

    We made this new backcross with the expectations of strong growing semi-compact plants that will flower more than once per year. Clusters of well-shaped yellow to gold blooms, with some pink shading or lip coloring expected. May be suitable as a windowsill grower.

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    $12.00
  8. Brassavola digbyana 'Crestwood Emerald'

    Brassavola digbyana 'Crestwood Emerald' x Brassavola digbyana 'Belize #2'

    SKU:9279/30

    Brassavola digbyana 

    An ever popular species that needs no introduction. Beautiful, waxy green blooms with a deeply fringed lip and a heavenly fragrance. Needs to be grown in bright light and warm temperatures year round.  Plants can be slow to grow, but once they reach flowering size are worth the wait. Should only be grown in media or containers with excellent drainage otherwise plants will easily lose roots from over watering. 

     

     

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    $15.95
  9. Brassavola digbyana 'Crestwood Emerald'

    Brassavola digbyana ‘Belize #2’ x Brassavola digbyana ‘Crestwood Emerald’

    SKU:9676/25

    Brassavola digbyana 

    An ever popular species that needs no introduction. Beautiful, waxy green blooms with a deeply fringed lip and a heavenly fragrance. Needs to be grown in bright light and warm temperatures year round.  Plants can be slow to grow, but once they reach flowering size are worth the wait. Should only be grown in media or containers with excellent drainage otherwise plants will easily lose roots from over watering. 

     

     

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    $12.00
  10. Cattleya amethystoglossa 'El Camino' AM/AOS x 'Hutch' AM/AOS

    Cattleya amethystoglossa 'El Camino' AM/AOS x 'Hutch' AM/AOS

    SKU:10167/30

    This unusual and extremely showy species hails from select regions of Brazil. Plants are normally found in very brightly lit situations, where air flow is plentiful and humidity is high. Tall growing pseudobulbs can reach three feet tall on mature specimen plants.  Large clusters of waxy pink blooms heavily freckled with lavender purple spots. Plants are expected to be flowering size in 2 to 3 years.

    We are offering seedlings growing in 3" mesh baskets and chunky tree fern media.  We have found that this species does not take well to over watering, especially during the winter months and should never be put into overly large containers.  Our suggestion for these seedlings is to mist heavily 3 to 4 times per week during the winter, and daily during the warmer summer months. Roots should be allowed to dry in a short period of time.  Bifoliate Cattleyas should never be repotted unless in active growth with new roots showing. (Though we feel these plants will not need to be disturbed for at least two years.)

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    $15.95

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