Genus: Angraecum Species: erectum Indigenous to: Uganda Angraecum / erectum.
Stick Mounted Plant
Uganda
New Guinea Appendicula / purpurascens (ramosa).
6" Basket
Genus: Appendicula Species: purpurascens (ramosa) Indigenous to: New Guinea
Genus: Barbosella Species: cogniauxiana Indigenous to: Brazil Barbosella / cogniauxiana.
Stick Mounted Plant
Brazil
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
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
Vietnam Cirrhopetalum (Bulbophyllum) / tingabarinum.
Stick Mounted Plant
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.
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 Cochlioda / rosea.
Stick or Slab Mounted Plant
Peru
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
Ambon islands Dendrobium / amboinense.
Stick or Slab Mounted Plant
Genus: Dendrobium Species: amboinense Indigenous to: Ambon islands
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. Dendrobium / cuthbertsonii.
Slab Mounted Plant
New Guinea
New Guinea Dendrobium / cuthbertsonii (semi-alba).
Slab Mounted Plant
Genus: Dendrobium Species: cuthbertsonii (semi-alba) Indigenous to: New Guinea
Genus: Dendrobium Species: fuerstenbergianum Indigenous to: Thailand Dendrobium / fuerstenbergianum.
Stick Mounted Plant
Thailand
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.
Genus: Dendrobium Species: officinale Indigenous to: China Dendrobium / officinale.
Stick Mounted Plant
China
Australia Dendrobium / rigidum.
Stick Mounted Plant
drought tolerant creeping branching pendulous stems produce a single thick succulent 1" leaf which is gray-green spotted with purple when grown bright, short spikes with numerous clusters of charming 3/4" flowers, sepals and petals are creamy-white and spreading, lip is bright red, very easy grower, fragrant and free-flowering
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
New Guinea Diplocaulobium / sp. X (New Guinea).
2" Pot
Genus: Diplocaulobium Species: sp. X (New Guinea) Indigenous to: New Guinea
Genus: Diplocaulobium Species: tipula Indigenous to: New Guinea Diplocaulobium / tipula.
Stick Mounted Plant
New Guinea
Peru Dracula / barrowii.
4" Basket
Genus: Dracula Species: barrowii Indigenous to: Peru
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) Dracula / bella.
Slab Mounted Plant
Colombia
Colombia Dracula / bellerophon.
6" Basket
Genus: Dracula Species: bellerophon Indigenous to: Colombia
Genus: Dracula Species: benedictii var hubeinii Indigenous to: Colombia Dracula / benedictii var hubeinii.
4" Basket
Colombia
Colombia Dracula / brangeri.
4" Basket
Genus: Dracula Species: brangeri Indigenous to: Colombia
Genus: Dracula Species: deltoidea Indigenous to: Ecuador Dracula / deltoidea.
4" Basket
Ecuador
Equador Dracula / hirtzii 'Cannibal'.
4" Basket
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
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 Dracula / simia.
4" Basket
Ecuador
Colombia Dracula / vampira.
4" Basket
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
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 Dracula / verticulosa.
4" Basket
Colombia
Colombia Dracula / xenos.
3" Basket
Genus: Dracula Species: xenos Indigenous to: Colombia
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 Holcoglossum / flavescens.
Stick Mounted Plant
China
Colombia Macroclinium (Notylia) / junctum.
Stick Mounted Plant
Genus: Macroclinium (Notylia) Species: junctum Indigenous to: Colombia
Genus: Meiracyllium Species: trinasutum var album Indigenous to: Mexico Meiracyllium / trinasutum var album.
Stick Mounted Plant
Mexico
New Guinea Oberonia / punctata (oligotricha).
4" Basket
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
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. Oncidium / coloratum.
Stick Mounted Plant
Brazil
Burma Pholidota / rubra.
6" Basket
Genus: Pholidota Species: rubra Indigenous to: Burma
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 Platystele / ovatilabia.
Stick Mounted Plant
Costa Rica
Mexico Platystele / stenostachya.
Stick or Slab Mounted Plant
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.
Genus: Platystele Species: umbellata Indigenous to: Colombia Platystele / umbellata.
Stick Mounted Plant
Colombia
Haiti Psychilis (Epidendrum) / olivacea.
Stick Mounted Plant
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.
Genus: Restrepia Species: chacoensis Indigenous to: Colombia Restrepia / chacoensis.
Stick Mounted Plant
Colombia
Colombia Restrepia / citrina.
2" Pot
Genus: Restrepia Species: citrina Indigenous to: Colombia
Genus: Restrepia Species: cuprea Indigenous to: Panama Restrepia / cuprea.
2" Pot
Panama
Ecuador Restrepia / cymbula.
Slab Mounted Plant
Genus: Restrepia Species: cymbula Indigenous to: Ecuador
Genus: Restrepia Species: falkenbergii Indigenous to: Colombia Restrepia / falkenbergii.
2" Pot
Colombia
Ecuador Restrepia / flosculata.
Stick Mounted Plant
Genus: Restrepia Species: flosculata Indigenous to: Ecuador
Genus: Restrepia Species: mohrii Indigenous to: Peru Restrepia / mohrii.
Slab Mounted Plant
Peru
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