2a really floriferous mini-treat from down under also known as the `White Feather Orchid`, reddish cylindrical 4` bulbs are topped with 2 or 3 oval dark green 2` leaves, numerous apical spikes appear in early spring bearing many spidery 1-1/2` blooms, the cloud of creamy white flowers is spectacular, lip has pink/purple markings, very fragrant
2gorgeous 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
2terrific 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
2a gorgeous easy-growing miniature antelope-type Dendrobium, this drought-resistant plant has the appearance of a succulent and is mounted on its native paperbark Melaleuca tree, round 1` bulbs are topped with 3 or 4 narrow semi-cylindrical 5` leaves, several 18` spikes appear in late winter bearing 2 or 3 dozen flowers each, twisted sepals and upright petals (hence `antelope`) are light green with yellow tips, lip is white with rich mauve markings, very fragrant
2an 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
2with 10` to 16` pendant canes, this summer bloomer has 1` pinkish white blooms that can vary in color from lavender to almost pure white; petals have contrasting darker pink edges and column is yellow, some individual plants can have almost translucent flowers; texture is very sparkly.
2Some 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.
2compact miniature with 2` bulbs with white roots and needle-like 2` leaves, flowers form small clusters on the bulbs and are very long-lasting (4 to 6 months), wide open 1` blooms are pink to purple with a bright orange-red lip, an easy to grow member of the Oxyglossum section of New Guinea Dendrobiums
2Very cool plant and delightful pure white blooms, small needle like leaves adorn this quasi miniature stems that branch and creep about its mount , to me it must be a close relative of the Genus Glomera, very wet growing
2a delightful miniature version of Den. aggregatum with creeping 1-1/2` bulbs with a 1` shiny green oval leaf, short drooping spikes each producing 1-3 brilliant golden orange flattened 1 1/4` flowers, quickly forms a compact specimen
2another superior clone, this orchid has more pastel blooms than the regular species; 1` blooms are reliably larger and have a slightly mottled appearance; very fragrant and especially easy to grow and bloom!