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compact plant, strongly ribbed 3" pseudobulbs topped with a single 3" leaf, pendant 1' spikes carry up to 30 flat rounded golden-yellow 2" flowers, very fragrant with the scent of honey, blooms best with slightly drier winter rest
Growing Tip: Blooms better with slightly drier winter rest.
|Indigenous to:||New Guinea|
wonderfully floriferous plant, leafy 18" canes bear multitudes of 10" spikes, each spike carries 8 to 12 blooms, these white 2-1/2" flowers are characterized by their green antenna-like petals and violet striated lip, ever-blooming, loves to grow very bright and warm. (Additional shipping may apply due to size of plant)
Growing Tip: Bright light is critical for continuous flowering.
this orchid has fat roots and graceful long, thin 10" pseudobulbs with small narrow, delicate leaves that become deciduous before flowering; pure white, 2" blossoms have a bright green throat and perfect shape and give the plant an ethereal, ephemeral overall appearance; nearly ever blooming.
this attractive mini is named after its beautiful lip, cigar-shaped fat 3" pseudobulbs with bluish-green 2" leaves, 1- 1/2" flowers appear at random from leaf nodes on leafless canes, blooms throughout the year, sepals and petals are creamy white, broad bilobed lip is bright orange with a scarlet throat, easy grower
gorgeous and fragrant epiphyte with 8" to 12" deciduous canes; large, 2 -1/2" crystalline white flowers decorated with gold lips with two prominent maroon spots on them, this deciduous orchid mass blooms in late spring and summer with a slight winter dry rest
Growing Tip: Water frequently when actively growing
|Species:||bracteosum (pink form)|
|Indigenous to:||New Ireland|
terrific compact plant, upright 1 ft. stems with glossy green leaves, flowers appear in June on deciduous canes, these great 1" blooms last up to 4 months, pink flowers with contrasting yellow lips are tightly clustered covering the entire cane
an attractive pendant Dendrobium allied to victoria-reginae with deciduous branching pendulous canes up to 20" and 1-1/2" leaves, flowers emerge in small clusters simultaneously from both leafed and leafless canes variably throughout the year, hanging short lived 1-1/2" blooms are white with occasional purplish veins throughout