2dwarf epiphyte with 6` branches of unique flattened dark green braided 1/2` leaves, many single 1/2` tri-lobed pure white flowers appear at the leaf nodes, it blooms all year long, a very decorative miniature and delicately scented.
2a typical Brassavola which can grow upright, pendulous or both, 10` bulbs topped with terete deeply grooved 12` leaves, short spikes with clusters of up to 10 very showy 3` blooms, linear sepals and petals are yellowish with an elyptic pure white lip, center is apple green, very fragrant easy growing spring bloomer
2an insanely gorgeous Bulbo, 1` bulbs widely spaced along a meandering rhizome, each topped with a single leathery 6` matte green leaf, 7` spikes carry an umbel of up to 6 stunning 2` slightly cupped creamy yellow blooms; bow-legged lateral sepals are boldly striped red, the dorsal sepal and petals have radiating lines of red polka dots and a pronounced peachy tongue-like rocking lip
2a must-have charming species, clumping 1` oval bulbs topped with a 6` oblong leaf, upright 8` spikes carry an umbel of up to 10 very attractive 1` flowers, the well-formed rounded crystalline blooms are pale green, perfectly polka-dotted with red, and have classy bow-legged lateral sepals and small white rocking lips intensely dotted with purple
2a very beautiful large flowered Bulbo with clumping 2` bulbs topped with a single 12` large paddle shaped light green leaf, 12` erect spikes emerge from the base of the bulbs, producing up to 8 flowers which open in succession over several months, the 3` yellow blooms open flat with pale red stripping and a prominent dark red long tapering lip
2Known as the lizard`s Head Bulbophyllum for the shape of the individual flower on their pendulous flower spikes. Plants should be grown in baskets or on mounts to accomidate for their pendulous flowering habit.
2Spectacular species with 8` flowers first discovered in northern Malaysia in 1912, not seen in the wild again until the recent rediscovery of a far superior population in southern Thailand with blooms up to 18`, this shade loving plant has 8` dark green leathery leaves atop a 1` bulb, semi-pendant 8` spikes bear clusters of long narrow delicately striped pale pink hanging sepals with a rocking pastel yellow lip
2The smallest species of the genus and also the rarest, this treat has 2` conical clumping bulbs topped with 3 to 4 linear foot long leaves, short spike are held elegantly above the bulbs carrying a cluster of 1` tubular hot pink flowers contrasted with br