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|Indigenous to:||New Guinea|
semi-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
this orchid has a growth habit that is very similar to D. pendulum, but it is temperature tolerant and has a bloom with completely different colors; semi-pendant 4" to 8" canes are swollen at the nodes, giving the pseudobulbs a "bony" appearance; deep orange, 2-1/2" fragrant blooms have a lip streaked with intense red veins
a very attractive and mass blooming Dendrobium with 12" stocky pendant canes, clusters of up to 3 blooms appear at each node of the deciduous stems, the 1-1/2" flowers are an intense amethyst purple with two dark purple spots on the throat of the downy lip, fragrance of raspberries
|Species:||phlox ssp flammula|
|Indigenous to:||New Guinea|
brilliant firery orange red candy corn flowers with bright yellow tips bushy plants with narrow pointed leaves, there are at least 5 different subclausum types that I have in my collection that I sell under phlox (narrow leaf types) and subclausum (wide leaf types) which are not taxonomically described correctly,currently all are lumped together under subclausum by KEW
spectacular spring display, thin strongly pendulous deciduous canes reach up to 3 ft., dull greenish-purple 3" leaves become deciduous in fall, fragile flowers grouped in two`s and three`s sprout along the lower 2/3rds of the previous year`s growths, 2" blooms are a rosy mauve with a large tubular soft primrose- yellow lip, easy grower and very fragrant.
Growing Tip: keep dry while in bloom
a great mini-miniature which forms dense patches of short cylindrical 1-1/2" leaves on creeping rhizomes, short single-flowered spikes rise from the base, cute little 1/4" flowers are nestled amoungst the leaves, blooms are creamy pink with red striations, prominent lip is bright orange, fragrant, very easy to grow and flower
pendant 10" to 18" canes with deciduous 3" leaves, leafless canes produce short spikes at the old leaf nodes, each node has 2 to 3 very showy blooms, the 2" flowers have rose-pink sepals and petals and contrast nicely with the large pale yellow fuzzy trumpet-shaped lip, lightly veined purple, very fragrant
Growing Tip: Cool dry winter to induce flowering, moist in growth season.
|Species:||primulinum albescens (cretaceum)|
this species is a paler form of D. primulinum, and instead of having light pink sepals and petals with a light yellow lip, it has very pale pink or whitish sepals and petals with a white lip with interior purple markings that is equally fuzzy, fragrant, and tubular; compact, pendant growths become deciduous in winter; relatively simple plant to grow and bloom well