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TOF2718 Schomburgkia splendida 'Natural World' AM/AOS x self
Schomburgkia splendida 'Natural World' AM/AOS x self

 Fantastic awarded cultivar! Update: Doing more research into this; this would be the plant erroneously called S. splendida var. Cauca, not the true S. splendida. The Award still holds and we will publish the correct name when we learn it. You can see several pictures of the Cauca variety on the Internet. Varnished, deep, almost black, wine red flowers and large, nearly petal-like pink bracts. Spikes can each a meter in length and carry 10-15 flowers. Grows in nature in sunny locations along rivers in low forests.  
3.50" pot

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TOF2677 Sobralia callosa.
Sobralia callosa.

 If you always wanted to grow Sobralias but were put off by their large size - then this is for you. This "mini-Sobralia" also happens to have the brightest hot pink colored flowers! Good-sized blossoms too. The mature parent plant is now about 18" tall and very clumpy. I think it had around 45 flowers at once displayed beautifully around the plant. Beautiful interesting foliage too. As you know, Sobralia flowers are short lived (one or two days) but plant blooms over and over from the same canes throughout a season (Fall/Winter). We are the first to propagate this rare and desirable species from seed.  
2.00" pot Nice plants / N.B.S.

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TD484 Sobralia decora alba 'Natural World'
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 Rare variety. Only one alba has occurred in our years of working with this species. Still one of my favorite Sobralia species. Numerous flowers last only one day, but plant re-blooms frequently throughout a long season. Extremely showy displays and lovely floral scent fills the nursery. My large plant has had up to 40 flowers at a time. 3" flowers pure white with some yellow in the throat. Here's a chance to get one of our rare "heritage" plants. 
3.50" pot XLarge plants! / B.S.

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TOF3243 Sophronitis cernua.
Sophronitis cernua.

 Dwarf sophronitis is really fun and easier to grow than others (warm-tolerant). Beautiful little plants stay small but clumpy. 2 to 7 flowers (1 1/8"), are a sparkling cinnabar red with yellow at base of lip. Several flowering seasons. 
2.00" empty pot / N.B..S.
Small 2.50" mounts / B.S.
Larger 3"+ mounts / B.S.

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TD391 Spathoglottis lobbii (syn. affinis)
New Guinea..
Spathoglottis lobbii (syn. affinis)

 Rare offering! Great species does have a deciduous habit, but this is not a problem – very easy to grow and maintain. Small in stature with thin erect pikes of several or many beautiful 1 ½” round, bright yellow flowers. This is nothing like S. kimballiana or S. gracilis, so please don’t be confused. This is really nice. 
3.00 / B.S.

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