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TD287 Bulbophyllum brienianum.
Kalimantan, Borneo..
  
 
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 (Syn. Cirrhopetalum makoyanum var. brienianum) Compact bulbs, ¾” apart on the rhizome. Spike to 10” long with 8 lovely flowers – very narrow flowers in the manner of B. makoyanum. Pale yellow, purple towards the base with a purple lip. A favorite of mine.  
 
3.50" pot / B.S.
$20.00

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TD9 Bulbophyllum Daisy Chain.
  
 
Bulbophyllum Daisy Chain.

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 (Bulb. makoyanum x Bulb. cumingii) Very easy hybrid has showy cream and red flowers arranged in an "umbel" (circular umbrella shape). Makes nice specimen plants.  
 
3.50" pot / B.S.
$15.00

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TOF3161 Bulbophyllum elbertii 'Natural World' CBR/AOS x self
New Guinea.
  
 
Bulbophyllum elbertii 'Natural World' CBR/AOS x self

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 Very rare Hyalosema. Very showy large slender flowers with colorful wavy segments have tessellations like that found on B. grandiflorum.  
 
2.50" pot
$10.00
 
3.50" pot / B.S.
$15.00

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TD107 Bulbophyllum fraudulentum.
New Guinea.
  
 
Bulbophyllum fraudulentum.

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 Sect. Hyalosema. Fabulous. Clumping plants have good-size reptilian flowers sticking up. Basic color is yellow-green, densely overlaid with pink tessellations. Quality Bulbophyllum produces many blooms at once on a well-grown plant. 
 
3.50" pot Two only / B.S.
$18.00

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TOF2975 Bulbophyllum frostii x self
Vietnam..
  
 
Bulbophyllum frostii x self

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 (Syn. Bulb. bootanoides) Warm to cool growing small species with compressed and clustered pseudobulbs. Short inflorescences of very showy 1” red-maroon spotted flowers – approximately 3 flowers per spike. Very cute! 
 
3.50" pot / N.B.S.
$15.00

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TD239 Bulbophyllum lasiochilum.
Burma, Thailand.
  
 
Bulbophyllum lasiochilum.

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 Lovely little plant, the pseudobulbs are only a little more than an inch tall. Large (for plant size) bizarre flowers are borne one per inflorescence. This is the “attractive color variation… that is a pale yellow throughout with light red spots.” (Siegerist, 2001) Photo courtesy Tomas Bajza 
 
3.50" pot / B.S.
$15.00

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TD403 Bulbophyllum levanae #2.
Philippines..
  
 
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 Warm-growing compact plants have 2 ½” flowers on many short successively flowering spikes. Dorsal sepal pale yellow with faint longitudinal red stripes. Petals have dark red stripes. Long thin hinged lip is glossy red. Bright yellow in center of flower. Nice.  
 
3.50" pot / B.S.
$18.00

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TD405 Bulbophyllum maquilingense
Philippines..
  
 
Bulbophyllum maquilingense

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 Miniature warm-growing epiphyte found growing on the bases of small trees and shrubs. Several flowers are borne singly on erect inflorescenses right above the foliage. Flowers are yellowish, heavily mottled with maroon. Lip is maroon and white.  
 
2.50" pot / B.S.
$16.00

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TD197 Bulbophyllum masdevalliaceum.
Java.
  
 
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 A new cultivar of "Bulbophyllum masdevalliaceum" (so called because the showy flowers resemble large Masdevallias). In this new clone, the flowers are a dark red color, rather than the red-orange of our previous clone 'Elizabeth'. Both are very beautiful show-stoppers. Easy culture - damp, on the shady side.  
 
5.00" pot / B.S.
$22.00

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TD386 Bulbophyllum rothschildianum `Geoff'.
China, India, Assam..
  
 
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 Photo of ‘Red Chimney’ in our website gallery. China, India, Assam. Another less-common variety of the fantastically showy red-purple flowered B. roth. Different from ‘Red Chimney’ – perhaps fuller segments and slightly different colors. The species was found in a box of nearly dead orchids arriving in England in 1892, said to be found in the hills above Darjeeling. The plants were sent on to Lord Rothschild and flowered in 1895. (From the Orchid Review Dec. 1922 and featured in Bill Thom’s fascinating and entertaining book ‘Bulbophyllum – The Incomplete Guide; From A To Why?’)  
 
3.50" pot
$20.00
 
5.00" pot / B.S.
$35.00

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