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Species

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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    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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. Cattleya bicolor 'Mendenhall-Beta'

    Cattleya bicolor 4N

    SKU:9878-9879/30

    A tall, slender growing Brazilian species that loves bright light and warm temperatures. Clusters of waxy green blooms with bright fuchsia lips appear above bifoliate foliage. These seedlings are bred from our tetraploid 'Mendenhall-Beta' parent and are expected to have heavy substance and clear, bright coloring.

    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.  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. First flowers are expected within two years.

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    $15.95
  6. Cattleya schilleriana

    Cattleya schilleriana

    SKU:9480/25

    Cattleya schilleriana

    This one has to be smelled to be believed. Gorgeous and vibrantly colored blooms carry a mouth-watering candy like fragrance. The compact, bifoliate growth habit is perfect for basket or mount culture. Blooms mostly appear in the summer, but mature plants can be free flowering.

    Growing Suggestions: We have found this species does not like to be repotted often. We have started these plants in a bark media in small clay pots to encourage rapid drainage around the root systems and keep the mix fresh.  We do not recommend repotting or disturbing the seedlings for at least one year. This species does grow well in well-draining pots, hanging baskets or on mounts/slabs with proper watering. 

     

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  7. Photo of Cattleya trianae alba taken by Lourens Grobler

    Cattleya trianae alba ‘BK’ x Cattleya trianae alba ‘Grezaffi’

    SKU:10018/25

    We are very excited to offer this rare white form of a popular species. Stems of pristine white blooms with bright yellow throat coloring will appear during the mid-winter months. Broad, light green foliage that will grow quickly. Fragrant.

     

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    $12.00
  8. Cymbidium dayanum album

    Cymbidium dayanum album 'Lady Elizabeth' CHM/AOS x self

    SKU:9233/35

    We have found that the seedlings of this award winning parent are fast growers and thrive in lower light levels than most Cymbidiums, though brighter conditions will increase bud count.

    Pendant stems of cream and faintly green flowers. As plants mature, multiple bloom stems are expected each year giving this excellent specimen potential.  Thin, grassy foliage that likes lots of airflow to prevent spotting.

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    $17.95
  9. Dendrobium anceps x sibling

    Dendrobium anceps x sibling

    SKU:9814/30

     [sib cross of ("Phelps farm" x "Mendenhall")].

    Photo of Dendrobium anceps shown courtesy of Lourens Grobler.

    It has been a long time since we have been able to offer this rare and unusual species. Foliage appears to have a braided look with miniature yellow blooms appearing in the spring. Can tolerate a range of conditions but does best if shaded during the hottest months. Do not allow to stay dry for long.

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    $15.95
  10. Jewel Orchid Trio *NEW!*

    Jewel Orchid Trio *NEW!*

    SKU:JewelTrio/30

    Jewel Orchid Trio

    A very special new offering! Jewel Orchids and Painted Leaf Orchids are native to lush and shady forests in South East Asia.  They prefer low to medium light, making them the perfect choice for most windowsill collections.  Foliage can vary from light and green striping to the more showy species with multi-colored veining.  Shown here are three beautiful varieties that we know you will love.

    We suggest growing these in a moisture retaining media, like sphagnum moss.  The roots on this type of orchids should not be allowed to dry completely out.  Dilute fertilizer should be applied every three to four weeks, avoiding the foliage. Intermediate temperatures from 65-85 degrees, with good airflow is preferred.  The plants offered here were established this winter and do not need repotting in 2018.  Read below for more specific information on each of the plants included in this collection.

     Anoectochilus chapaensis- Short growing species with nearly black foliage.  Deep red veining is visible across the leaves, which appear in a rosette pattern.  Later in the season, upright stems of white and yellow blooms will emerge from the center of the rosette.  After blooming that growth will start to drop some foliage with new growth emerging alongside.

     Macodes petola- One of our favorites.  Almost miniature, this species has leaves in varying shades of emerald green with glittery-gold veining running across the foliage.  In sunlight these will sparkle like real jewels!  Stems of white blooms with yellow lips emerge from the center of the rosette.  After blooming, expect some leaf drop as the plant prepares for new foliage. Very important for this one to have even moisture around roots.

     Stenosarcos Vanguard 'Red Stripe'- An unusual mericlone with light and dark green leaf striping creating a 'painted' effect. Lovely and vigorous foliage in a rosette shape.  Tall upright stems of red blooms appear in fall and early winter.  This type will lose most if not all old foliage as the new growth emerges.  During that time watering should be reduced but not withheld completely.

    While supplies last, we will send one each of the plants listed above for one special collection price.  Plants are all established in 3" to 3.5" pots.  

    No further discounts, promo codes or coupons will apply. Regular Packing and Shipping will be added.

     

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    $59.95

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