same as above with pure bright yellow green flowers. (Additional shipping may apply due to size of plant) Acropera (Gongora) / galeata var. flava.
6" Basket
Mexico
Uganda Angraecum / erectum.
Stick Mounted Plant
Genus: Angraecum Species: erectum Indigenous to: Uganda
Genus: Appendicula Species: purpurascens (ramosa) Indigenous to: New Guinea Appendicula / purpurascens (ramosa).
6" Basket
New Guinea
Brazil Barbosella / dusenii.
Stick or Slab Mounted Plant
Genus: Barbosella Species: dusenii Indigenous to: Brazil
Genus: Barbosella Species: prorepens Indigenous to: Colombia Barbosella / prorepens.
Slab Mounted Plant
Colombia
China Bletilla / striata.
4" Pot
also known as the "Chinese Spring Orchid," this seasonally deciduous orchid can be treated and grown like bulb plants such as tulips or narcissus; light green leaves are thin, crinkly, 4" long, and emerge in pairs above the bulbs in early Spring; bulbs grow extremely fast and are easily divided; 1" Cattleya-shaped rose to magenta flowers with white lips fringed with pink appear on 15" spikes that carry up to 12 blooms each
Genus: Bulbophyllum Species: aestivale ( catenulatum clumping yellow) Indigenous to: Philippines Bulbophyllum / aestivale ( catenulatum clumping yellow).
Stick Mounted Plant
Philippines
Sierra Leone Bulbophyllum / barbigerum.
Slab Mounted Plant
Genus: Bulbophyllum Species: barbigerum Indigenous to: Sierra Leone
Genus: Bulbophyllum Species: hirtum (lancifolium) Indigenous to: Burma Bulbophyllum / hirtum (lancifolium).
Stick or Slab Mounted Plant
Burma
Laos Bulbophyllum / wallichii.
Slab Mounted Plant
Genus: Bulbophyllum Species: wallichii Indigenous to: Laos
fantastic miniature Cattleya rarely exceeding 5" in height with 4" bulbs and oval leathery 3 " leaves, short spikes emerge on new growths carrying 1 to 3 beautiful 4-1/2" flowers, undulated sepals and petals are green overlaid with dark chocolate spots, large trilobed magenta lip, needs very bright light to flower properly, very fragrant Cattleya / aclandiae.
Stick Mounted Plant
Brazil
Philippines Ceratostylis / heterophylla (subulata).
Stick Mounted Plant
Genus: Ceratostylis Species: heterophylla (subulata) Indigenous to: Philippines
a nifty dwarf Cirrhopetalum with 1 1/2" bulbs topped with a single rounded 1 1/2" light green leaf, 3" spikes each hold one fascinating (hence the name) 5"-7" bloom, the flowers have a green dorsal and petals are edged with dangling minute violet tassels, the long tailed lateral sepals are bright red-brown tapering to green Cirrhopetalum (Bulbophyllum) / fascinator.
Stick or Slab Mounted Plant
Laos
Vietnam Cirrhopetalum (Bulbophyllum) / thaiorum - bicolor form (yasnae,papillosum).
Slab Mounted Plant
Genus: Cirrhopetalum (Bulbophyllum) Species: thaiorum - bicolor form (yasnae,papillosum) Indigenous to: Vietnam
a captivating easy-growing floriferous miniature, 1/2" ribbed bulbs topped with a single thick 2" leaf, 3"spikes end in a fantastic umbel of whopping 3" deep orange blooms with long fused sepals and short, delicately ornated petals, scented like cilantro. Cirrhopetalum (Bulbophyllum) / tingabarinum.
Stick Mounted Plant
Vietnam
Peru Cochlioda / rosea.
Stick or Slab Mounted Plant
found high in the mountains of Peru these delightful miniature plants are seldom taller than 5" with 12" densely flowered spikes producing 1" crystalline rose pink flowers with white columns on a three-lobed pink lip; cool conditions and good water a must
Genus: Coelia (Bothriochilus) Species: bella Indigenous to: Guatemala Coelia (Bothriochilus) / bella.
5" Pot
Guatemala
India Coelogyne / cristata v. alba.
6" Basket
Genus: Coelogyne Species: cristata v. alba Indigenous to: India
a superior form of cristata, easily grown into massive specimens with literally thousands of fragrant flowers, clustering egg-shaped bulbs are topped with a pair of dark green 6" leaves, new growths produce 6" spikes emerging their centers, each carrying 4 - 8 gorgeous 4" blooms, the robust brilliant white ruffled sepals and petals spread starlike around a voluptuous tri-lobed white lip with its central golden orange villous callus Coelogyne / cristata v. grandiflora.
6" Basket
India
Malaysia Coelogyne / kaliana.
6" Basket
Genus: Coelogyne Species: kaliana Indigenous to: Malaysia
2" egg-shaped translucent bulbs each with a pair of 6" leaves, arching flower spikes up to 8" long rise from the new growths, 2" crystalline white flowers with yellow and orange blotching on the lip, forms specimen plants quickly, massive spring bloomer Coelogyne / ochracea.
Slab Mounted Plant
Nepal
India Coelogyne / prolifera (flavida).
6" Basket
Genus: Coelogyne Species: prolifera (flavida) Indigenous to: India
Genus: Coelogyne Species: pulchella Indigenous to: Burma Coelogyne / pulchella.
Stick Mounted Plant
Burma
Philippines Coelogyne / rochussenii.
6" Basket
in bloom this plant has WOW factor; 8" tall ribbed narrowly conical bulbs topped with a pair of 10" ovate plicate leaves, numerous 30" strongly pendulous inflorescences burst with up to 40 rank-and-file 2" nodding blooms whose very pale green petals and sepals center around a beautiful white lip having orange-brown side lobes and a pale yellow central disk; large plants put on incredible mass displays
Genus: Coelogyne Species: sp. (orange, Sumatra) Indigenous to: Sumatra Coelogyne / sp. (orange, Sumatra).
6" Basket
Sumatra
Sumatra Coelogyne / species (like pandurata).
8" Basket
have flowered them but can't key it out, growth habit like C. pandurata though smaller in size with bulbs closer together, flattened 4" pseudobulbs topped with a pair of plicate 12" leaves, arching 18" inflorescence emerge with new growth bearing over a dozen 3-1/2" to 4" blooms, the flowers are greenish white with a fantastically intricate undulated lip which is light green with pronounced thin black veins, unforgetable and unidentified. Additional cost for shipping due to size.
appears to be a natural hybrid between kaliana and tomentosa - very nice and blooms several times per year. Origanally a collected plant. Coelogyne / species aff kaliana.
6" Basket
Borneo
Nepal Cryptochilus / sanguinea.
Stick Mounted Plant
Genus: Cryptochilus Species: sanguinea Indigenous to: Nepal
Genus: Cryptopus Species: paniculatus Indigenous to: Madagascar Cryptopus / paniculatus.
Treefern Pole Mounted Plant
Madagascar
Taiwan Cymbidium / ensifolium Four Seasons.
3" Pot
typical miniature Cymbidium growth habit, dark green 12" to 14" foliage with relatively narrow leaves, spikes reach the top of the leaves and carry up to 8 flowers each, they range in color from light yellow to creamy white, the 2" blossoms have red stripes and a creamy yellow lip with red dots, extremely fragrant
a prolific deciduous terrestrial, 1-2 seasonal leaves appear in spring from an annual tuber that produce a 4" to 10" spike carrying from two to ten 1" little pink blushed man flowers that are all lip, freely seeds and sprouts about .. everywhere. Cynorkis / fastigiata.
2" Pot
Madagascar
Burma Dendrobium / aduncum.
Stick Mounted Plant
pendant 2' zigzag deciduous stems, this free flowering plant produces grape-like clusters of pale lilac 1" flowers at every leaf node on leafless canes, blooms throughout the year
easy growing deciduous compact Dendrobium with stubby 6" canes, blooms while leafless on 4" spikes of 2 to 4 spectacular large 4" flowers, the papery delicate blooms are soft peach, large lip has a large basal dark red spot on each side Dendrobium / albosanguineum.
Stick Mounted Plant
Thailand
Thailand Dendrobium / bellatulum.
Stick Mounted Plant
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 Dendrobium / bensoniae.
Stick Mounted Plant
India
New Guinea Dendrobium / bracteosum.
Stick Mounted Plant
a terrific compact plant, upright 6" to 1' stems with glossy green leaves, flowers appear in June on deciduous canes, these great 1" blooms last up to 4 months, white to pink flowers with contrasting bright orange yellow lips are tightly clustered covering the entire cane, summer/fall bloomer, likes to grow bright, large beautifully mounted established plants
For anyone who likes Dendrobiums and orchids with fimbriated lips, this is your plant! fragrant, profuse, 1 ½" blooms are a bright yellow-orange, and the lips are edged with extremely complex and unusual branching fringes. A slightly drier winter rest produces more blooms in summer on this easy-to-grow but hard-to-find orchid, many plants may be self pollinating and not open at all Dendrobium / brymerianum.
Stick Mounted Plant
Thailand
Thailand Dendrobium / capillipes.
Stick Mounted Plant
Genus: Dendrobium Species: capillipes Indigenous to: Thailand
known as the "Toothbrush Orchid", attractive dwarf 5" plant, dark green oval 3" leaves with a beautifully contrasting dark purple underside, dense upright clusters of green and white flowers grow along the deciduous canes and resemble bristles hence the nickname Dendrobium / capituliflorum.
4" Basket
New Guinea
New Guinea Dendrobium / cuthbertsonii.
Slab Mounted Plant
a super-miniature, 1" warty leaves and stems produce long-lasting funnel-shaped 1" brilliant, variable colored blooms that range from orange, red, purple, and pink with occasional bi-colored forms, the plant dwarfing flowers keep a pristine appearance for up to a whopping 8 months!!! difficult to grow but well worth the effort.
Genus: Dendrobium Species: densiflorum Indigenous to: Burma Dendrobium / densiflorum.
Stick Mounted Plant
Burma
Thailand Dendrobium / eriaeflorum (darjeelingense).
Stick Mounted Plant
adorable miniature, clumping and quickly becoming specimens, 2" canes bear numerous narrow 2" leaves, each cane produces many short densely flowered spikes that literally bury the plant with blooms, the 1/2" flowers are white with a lime-green lip
Genus: Dendrobium Species: fleckeri Indigenous to: Australia Dendrobium / fleckeri.
2" Pot
Australia
Thailand Dendrobium / fuerstenbergianum.
Stick Mounted Plant
Genus: Dendrobium Species: fuerstenbergianum Indigenous to: Thailand
great flower of the Pedilonum section, upright 12" canes are often leafless, new growths carry narrow dark green bi-lobed 3" leaves, short spikes appear at random in dense clusters at the leaf nodes of leafless mature canes, the stunning 1" blooms are deep pink with a 1" spur, pink lip with a bright orange blotch, prolific bloomer. Dendrobium / hasseltii.
Stick Mounted Plant
Java
China Dendrobium / hekouense.
Stick or Slab Mounted Plant
Some thing new and exciting; tiny minute small pea-size bulbs that are deciduous, half inch dark green leaves, flowers are very large for thew size of the plants measuring close to 1" dwarfing the plant.
like a smaller form of D. aduncum but with proportionately larger flowers, this plant has 1", raspberry-scented blooms with a pouch-like, fuzzy white lip and neon purple pollinia on a background of light pink sepals and petals; compact plant that produces showers of blooms; excellent choice for smaller greenhouses in which space is the limiting variable; very easy grower Dendrobium / hercoglossum.
Stick Mounted Plant
Thailand
Burma Dendrobium / heterocarpum (Burma).
Stick or Slab Mounted Plant
Genus: Dendrobium Species: heterocarpum (Burma) Indigenous to: Burma
Genus: Dendrobium Species: kanburiense Indigenous to: Thailand Dendrobium / kanburiense .
Stick Mounted Plant
Thailand
Thailand Dendrobium / lamyaiae.
Stick Mounted Plant
a wonderful Dendrobium unicum relative with smaller 1" to 3" stubby deciduous bulbs, dark green 2" leaves alternate up the new growth, short spikes emerge from leafless canes each carrying 2-4 awsome 2-1/2" red orange upside down blooms, thin undulated sepals and petals are twisted with a narrow curved creamy yellow lip heavily veined red, fragrant
Genus: Dendrobium Species: linawianum (nobile) Vietnam Indigenous to: Vietnam Dendrobium / linawianum (nobile) Vietnam.
Stick Mounted Plant
Vietnam
New Guinea Dendrobium / malbrownii.
4" Basket
Genus: Dendrobium Species: malbrownii Indigenous to: New Guinea
lush dark green 3" leaves on pendulous leafy canes up to 18", massive clusters of 3/4" brilliant purple flowers appear on the lower 2/3's of bare canes, blooms have dark purple striping and a yellow anther cap, flowers several times per year producing fantastic displays, large plants are always in bloom! (Additional charge may apply due to size of plant) Dendrobium / miyakei (goldschmidtianum).
6" Basket
Philippines
New Guinea Dendrobium / normanbyense (atroviolaceum pygmy).
Stick Mounted Plant
this is a nwely named species that is like a more compact version of D. atroviolaceum, long lasting fragrant, creamy white blossoms with pointed purple spotted & striped lips are long-lasting and have a shape and appearance typical of other Dendrobiums of the Latourea section; lip is veined around the column, the sepals and petals usually have purplish spotting.
another pendulous plant with 18" canes and narrow light green 2" leaves, leafless stems produce clusters of attractive tubular and somewhat closed 1" creamy yellow flowers, wide lip is soft pink with a yellow throat, blooms 2 - 3 times per year with all flowers opening at once Dendrobium / nudum.
Specimen Size Stick Mounted Plant
New Guinea
China Dendrobium / officinale.
Stick Mounted Plant
Genus: Dendrobium Species: officinale Indigenous to: China
Genus: Dendrobium Species: petiolatum Indigenous to: New Guinea Dendrobium / petiolatum.
Stick Mounted Plant
New Guinea
Thailand Dendrobium / scabrilingue.
Stick Mounted Plant
compact-sized epiphyte of the Nigrohirsutae section; clustering 4" to 6" yellowish-green pseudobulbs ; this plant produces waxy and extremly fragrant, white, green, and yellow blooms that last a long time and can appear at nearly any time of year; sepal and petal tips are pointed, giving the 1-1/4" flower a somewhat starry appearance; base of the sulfur-yellow lip is flared and veined in a captivating bright green.
Genus: Dendrobium Species: schrautii (williamsonii type) Indigenous to: Laos Dendrobium / schrautii (williamsonii type).
Stick Mounted Plant
Laos
Thailand Dendrobium / senile.
Stick Mounted Plant
a truly bizarre Dendrobium with pendant 2" to 6" bulbs which are covered in long downy white hairs, 2" somewhat bluish-green leaves are also covered with soft white hairs and are deciduous in winter, short spikes produce up to 3 lemon yellow 2-1/4" flowers, the orange spade shaped lip has large green spots and basal red speckles, strong lemon fragrance
a larger ascending and freely branching version of limpidum that has a beautiful cascading effect. Dendrobium / species aff limpidum (Large).
Slab Mounted Plant
New Guinea
Australia Dendrobium / speciosum ssp grandiflorum.
2" Pot
Genus: Dendrobium Species: speciosum ssp grandiflorum Indigenous to: Australia
a remarkable, compact, and uncomplicated grower, this Dendrobium has 3" blooms on plants that seldom reach more than 10" in height; flowers are a bewitching bright pink with contrasting darker pink on the sepal and petal tips; creamy lip is lightly edged in purple with lavender veins in the center; twisted sepals and petals make the blossom look somewhat like a propeller Dendrobium / tortile.
Stick Mounted Plant
Thailand
New Guinea Dendrobium / trichostomum yellow.
Slab Mounted Plant
Genus: Dendrobium Species: trichostomum yellow Indigenous to: New Guinea
charming plant of the section Oxyglossum, clusters of swollen tapered 3" canes with 2 to 4 linear 4" leaves each, only leafless canes produce numerous spikes each with 1 to 4 gorgeous blooms, 1 1/2" flattened triangular flowers are wide open with pink sepals and petals, lip is dark purple with a brilliant orange apex, blooms can last up to six months Dendrobium / violaceum narrow leaf.
Stick or Slab Mounted Plant
New Guinea
Vietnam Dendrobium / wattii.
Stick Mounted Plant
Genus: Dendrobium Species: wattii Indigenous to: Vietnam
Genus: Dendrobium Species: womersleyi Indigenous to: New Guinea Dendrobium / womersleyi.
4" Basket
New Guinea
New Guinea Diplocaulobium / sp. X (New Guinea).
2" Pot
Genus: Diplocaulobium Species: sp. X (New Guinea) Indigenous to: New Guinea
Genus: Dracula Species: barrowii Indigenous to: Peru Dracula / barrowii.
4" Basket
Peru
Colombia Dracula / bella.
Slab Mounted Plant
truly beautiful as the name implies, a clumping plant with 7" long thinly textured broad leaves, multiple single flowered descending spikes produce awesome 5" blooms, the flattened hairy yellow sepals are spotted red brown and fused together forming a triangular flower with long tapering dark red tails, petals are insignificant, the dangling mushroom like lip is white, this species as with most Draculas is cool growing and requires high humidity and very good water quality (my apology to you folks in warmer climates)
Genus: Dracula Species: bellerophon Indigenous to: Colombia Dracula / bellerophon.
6" Basket
Colombia
Colombia Dracula / benedictii var hubeinii.
4" Basket
Genus: Dracula Species: benedictii var hubeinii Indigenous to: Colombia
Genus: Dracula Species: brangeri Indigenous to: Colombia Dracula / brangeri.
4" Basket
Colombia
Ecuador Dracula / deltoidea.
4" Basket
Genus: Dracula Species: deltoidea Indigenous to: Ecuador
one of the larger and more beautiful members of the genus, with 8" long paddle-shaped leaves, pendant and successively blooming spikes up to 14" produce spectacular 5" flowers which open on a perfect horizontal plane, pubescent, nearly flat triangular blooms are cream colored and irregularly heavily spotted with dark brown to nearly black, tiny club-like petals are red, pouch-shaped lip is pink Dracula / hirtzii 'Cannibal'.
4" Basket
Equador
Ecuador Dracula / simia.
4" Basket
a stunningly beautiful Dracula with 8" upright leaves and pendant spikes which produce 1 - 2 flowers in succession, the 2" triangular blooms (plus long tails) are fuzzy all over and deep crimson red except for a white central mask which is partially peppered with red and whose combination of tiny club-shaped eye-like red petals and white wobbly wrinkled lip give it the appearance of a monkey's face, hence the name
a magnificent species named for its resemblance to a bat, this larger plant has 8"-10" leaves with successive blooming 12" spikes, 6" flowers with rounded fused greenish sepals are radially striped in purple/black nearly obscuring its basil color, tails are a reddish black, the creamy white lip is spoon shaped with pinkish yellow veins Dracula / vampira.
4" Basket
Colombia
Colombia Dracula / verticulosa.
4" Basket
a desirable orchid with an absolutely elegant flower, clumping 5" elongated leaves, upright sequentially blooming inflorescences appear from the top and sides of the basket, 1-1/2" blooms nods down with 3" long reddish tails, the spreading fused lateral and dorsal sepals are triangular in shape, minutely hirsute, creamy tan turning orange towards the center, small wrinkled scoop-shaped lip is pink which along with the tiny brown club-like petals gives the appearance of a face
Genus: Dracula Species: xenos Indigenous to: Colombia Dracula / xenos.
3" Basket
Colombia
Mexico Epidendrum / ciliare.
Stick or Slab Mounted Plant
very easy and well known Epi with Cattleya-like growth habit, 6"-8" bulbs topped with a single 10" leathery green leaf, apical arching 12" spikes produce up to a dozen rank and file 3" blooms, the thin spidery sepals and petals are apple green with a white three-lobed highly fringed lip with a needle-like mid lobe, the long lasting blooms are very fragrant
Genus: Epidendrum Species: macasense Indigenous to: Ecuador Epidendrum / macasense.
Slab Mounted Plant
Ecuador
Vietnam Eria / globifera.
Stick Mounted Plant
Neat plant with a fantastic flower, nickle-sized globular bulbs grow closely on a freely branching rhizome, each topped with a single 3" - 5" longitudinally veined leaf, a single flowered inflorescence carries a very fuzzy bud commonly used as a Q-tip, which left unmolested opens into a gorgeous non-resupinate 1 1/2" flower the spreading sepals and petals are creamy white to blush with red striations intensifying towards the center, the thick calloused lip is yellow with red side lobes
Genus: Gastrochilus Species: bellinus Indigenous to: Burma Gastrochilus / bellinus.
Stick Mounted Plant
Burma
Burma Gastrochilus / rutilans.
Stick Mounted Plant
Genus: Gastrochilus Species: rutilans Indigenous to: Burma
Genus: Helcia Species: sanguinolenta Indigenous to: Ecuador Helcia / sanguinolenta.
Stick or Slab Mounted Plant
Ecuador
China Holcoglossum / flavescens.
Stick Mounted Plant
elfin miniature, multigrowth clumps of pine needle-like green 2" leaves take on a reddish appearance when grown in full sun, short spikes produce numerous proportionately large round 1" exquisite cream-colored blooms with a slight blush, lip is white/pink with slight orange spotting, winter bloomer
Genus: Laelia Species: anceps Oaxaquena Indigenous to: Mexico Laelia / anceps Oaxaquena.
Stick Mounted Plant
Mexico
Mexico Laelia / anceps v. guerrero.
Stick Mounted Plant
similar to L. anceps in growth habit and flower, blooms are slightly smaller with more rounded petals, sepals and petals have hot pink tips fading to a blush base, lip is intense carmine with a yellow center striped with red, autumn bloomer and fragrant. (Additiona shipping may apply due to size of plant)
easy growing true epiphyte miniature with narrow 1" bulbs and terete 4" leaves, blooms appear individually or in pairs on short spikes, star-shaped pure white or pale pink flowers have a white tubular lip with dark pink venation, charming plant Laelia / lundii.
Stick or Slab Mounted Plant
Brazil
Brazil Lockhartia / lunifera.
Slab Mounted Plant
an odd genus allied to Oncidiums with a unique growth habit of flattened stems and foliage with alternating clasping leaves, looking as if it were braided, stems up to 8" bearing short 1" successive flowering spikes on the upper third of the canes, the attractive 1/2" blooms have soft yellow sepals and petals with a cute doll-like lip that is bright yellow and red and begs to be kissed
Genus: Lycaste Species: jamesiana Indigenous to: Peru Lycaste / jamesiana.
Slab Mounted Plant
Peru
Colombia Macroclinium (Notylia) / junctum.
Stick Mounted Plant
Genus: Macroclinium (Notylia) Species: junctum Indigenous to: Colombia
Genus: Masdevallia Species: bulbophyllopsis Indigenous to: Ecuador Masdevallia / bulbophyllopsis.
Slab Mounted Plant
Ecuador
Panama Maxillaria / ampliflora.
Treefern Pole Mounted Plant
Genus: Maxillaria Species: ampliflora Indigenous to: Panama
Genus: Maxillaria Species: bradeorum Indigenous to: Costa Rica Maxillaria / bradeorum.
Treefern Pole Mounted Plant
Costa Rica
Belize Maxillaria / tenuifolia aurea 'Bert'.
Stick or Slab Mounted Plant
Genus: Maxillaria Species: tenuifolia aurea 'Bert' Indigenous to: Belize
Genus: Maxillaria Species: tenuifolia aurea 'Texas' Indigenous to: Mexico Maxillaria / tenuifolia aurea 'Texas'.
Treefern Pole Mounted Plant
Mexico
Mexico Meiracyllium / trinasutum var album.
Stick Mounted Plant
Genus: Meiracyllium Species: trinasutum var album Indigenous to: Mexico
a charming mini with really mini mini mini mini and I mean mini as in minute flowers, and I mean lots of them, hundreds if not a thousand plus per spike; flattened 3" growths of braided rank-and-file leaves, terminal blooming with a 3" densely flowered cylinder of 1/32" perfect yellow blooms with relatively large (3/128") golden anchor-shaped lips, long-lasting flowers open from the tip of the infloresence and are only visible in a group; all humor aside a beautiful plant Oberonia / punctata (oligotricha).
4" Basket
New Guinea
Brazil Oncidium / coloratum.
Stick Mounted Plant
fantastic Mini - whole plant is usaully under 3", bright red and yellow flowers. An out cross between an AM and an HCC clones. Mass bloomer and very cute.
Genus: Pholidota Species: rubra Indigenous to: Burma Pholidota / rubra.
6" Basket
Burma
Costa Rica Platystele / ovatilabia.
Stick Mounted Plant
a wonderful creeping miniature with 1" leaves spouting everywhere from a meandring branching rhizome, floriferous species producing short repeatedly blooming spikes, relatively large 1/3" very well-rounded crystalline flowers have translucent greenish yellow sepals and petals with a large bold brilliant orange ovate lip
ever-blooming mini-mini in the sense that the plant is small and the flower is really minute, plants form clusters with soft green 1" to 1 1/2" leaves, this small wonder is adorned with dozens of truly small bright yellow 1/16" flowers on short spikes which emerge continuously year round, fine eyesight or a magnifying glass will let you appreciate these beautiful flowers. Platystele / stenostachya.
Stick or Slab Mounted Plant
Mexico
Colombia Platystele / umbellata.
Stick Mounted Plant
Genus: Platystele Species: umbellata Indigenous to: Colombia
Genus: Pleurothallis Species: anfracta Indigenous to: Ecuador Pleurothallis / anfracta.
Stick or Slab Mounted Plant
Ecuador
Ecuador Pleurothallis / canaligera.
4" Basket
a very cute compact Pleuro with 4" to 6" stems each topped with a single 2" thick glossy cordate leaf; flowers appear in massive globular gobs of cute tiny 1/4" yellow blooms with ruby-red gooey-looking elliptical lips, all resting on the tops of the leaves, repeatedly bloom in flushes
Genus: Pleurothallis Species: discoidea Indigenous to: Colombia Pleurothallis / discoidea.
Stick Mounted Plant
Colombia
Ecuador Pleurothallis / rostratissima (cypripedioides dark).
Stick or Slab Mounted Plant
Genus: Pleurothallis Species: rostratissima (cypripedioides dark) Indigenous to: Ecuador
fantastic genus with numerous wonderful species native to the Caribbean, this compact plant has a pair of narrow leathery serrated 6" leaves atop 4" bulbs, long thin arching spikes up to 24" carry many 2" blooms, sepals and petals are dark olive green with reddish overtones, large deep red/purple lip, everblooming plant whose spikes produce flowers for many years. Psychilis (Epidendrum) / olivacea.
Stick Mounted Plant
Haiti
Colombia Restrepia / chacoensis.
Stick Mounted Plant
Genus: Restrepia Species: chacoensis Indigenous to: Colombia
Genus: Restrepia Species: citrina Indigenous to: Colombia Restrepia / citrina.
2" Pot
Colombia
Panama Restrepia / cuprea.
2" Pot
Genus: Restrepia Species: cuprea Indigenous to: Panama
Genus: Restrepia Species: cymbula Indigenous to: Ecuador Restrepia / cymbula.
Slab Mounted Plant
Ecuador
Colombia Restrepia / falkenbergii.
2" Pot
Genus: Restrepia Species: falkenbergii Indigenous to: Colombia
Genus: Restrepia Species: flosculata Indigenous to: Ecuador Restrepia / flosculata.
Stick Mounted Plant
Ecuador
Peru Restrepia / mohrii.
Slab Mounted Plant
Genus: Restrepia Species: mohrii Indigenous to: Peru
Genus: Scaphosepalum Species: species xx Indigenous to: Ecuador Scaphosepalum / species xx.
4" Basket
Ecuador
Borneo Schoenorchis / buddleiflora.
Stick Mounted Plant
Genus: Schoenorchis Species: buddleiflora Indigenous to: Borneo
a real mini-miniature delight, very compact with a vandaceous growth habit with 1/2" rough reddish-purple leaves and thick white warty roots, condensed 1/2" sprays of brilliant pink 1/8" flowers, a tough durable plant, very fragrant so they say Schoenorchis / fragrans.
Stick Mounted Plant
Thailand
Java Schoenorchis / micrantha.
Stick Mounted Plant
Genus: Schoenorchis Species: micrantha Indigenous to: Java
miniature creeping plant with brilliant flowers, flattened 1" pseudobulbs bear a thick rounded 1" leaf, as the leaves open they produce dense clusters of brilliant scarlet orange 1" blooms with a carmine pollen cap, floriferous and easy to grow. Sophronitis / cernua.
Stick or Slab Mounted Plant
Brazil
Colombia Trichosalpinx / berlineri.
Stick or Slab Mounted Plant
Genus: Trichosalpinx Species: berlineri Indigenous to: Colombia
Genus: Trichosalpinx Species: blaisdellii Indigenous to: Costa Rica Trichosalpinx / blaisdellii.
Stick or Slab Mounted Plant
Costa Rica
Ecuador Trichosalpinx / patula.
Stick or Slab Mounted Plant
An unusual and desirable mini with wiry pendulous 4" to 6" stems each with a dangling 2" to 3" blue-green leaves; frequently blooming 1" spikes carry spreading 1/4" flowerswith yellow dorsals and petals, the fused lateral sepals are dark red tipped in yellow, and the tiny lip is red
3 inch tall upright plant with small leaves, clusters of small light yellow flowers Trichosalpinx / semilunata.
Slab Mounted Plant
Colombia
Philippines Vanda / luzonica.
Stick Mounted Plant
Genus: Vanda Species: luzonica Indigenous to: Philippines