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|Species:||galeata var. flava|
same as above with pure bright yellow green flowers. (Additional shipping may apply due to size of plant)
a compact and cool-growing Brassia relative, this species has dark green strap-shaped leaves up to 10` in length that emerge from 2` pseudobulbs; the 1` tubular flowers are densely borne on multiple, 10` spikes of up to 10 flowers each, and are a startling bright orange-red with pointed, flared tips on the sepals and petals, giving them a slightly starry appearance.
a true mini with 2-1/2` clumping fan-like growths producing short spikes, each carrying several small 1/2` starry green-barred brown flowers with a white lip, nearly always blooming.
|Species:||luteo-alba var. rhodosticta|
showy compact plant with 2` to 5` leaf-span, pendulous 6-`12` spikes with up to 18 blooms per spike, long-lasting 1 1/2` flat well-rounded white flowers with a vivid scarlet column.
Growing Tip: tolerates cool drier temps
a gorgeous miniature with a 6` leaf span, dark green to orange-green leaves, multiple 10` straight spikes with up to 12 creamy white starry 2` flowers each with a trailing 4` nectary, resemble birds in flight, free-flowering and fragrant.
creeping miniature with 1/2` bulbs topped with 2 or 3 broad dark green or purplish leathery 1` leaves, beautiful 1` orange/red crystalline spidery flowers with an intense amethyst anther cap, blooms appear in dense clusters on leafless new growths that emerge in spring, definitely a cool breezy grower.
Growing Tip: Cool grower that requires good water.
compact deciduous terrestrial with unique angular bulbs, 6` fuzzy spikes produce 4 to 5 showy long-lasting 2-1/2` rose-pink-lavender flowers, creamy green lip dotted with brown, fragrant, needs dry rest period in winter.
Growing Tip: Give 2 month dry rest period once leaves fall off.