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TD346 Brassia `Happy Face Spider'
  
 
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 Unregistered. Actually I need to research the parents a little more, but believe it is Brassia longissimi x B. warecewiczii. It has very interesting and attractive flowers, reminding of us the Hawaiian endemic Happy face Spider (Nananana Makaki) Great easy growth and makes a fantastic landscaping plant in warm climates. 
 
3.50" pot
$18.00
 
6.00" pot Big plants
$28.00

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TOF3345 Broughtonia domingensis (Laeliopsis domingensis).
Hispaniola. (Haiti and Dominican Republic)..
  
 
Broughtonia domingensis (Laeliopsis domingensis).

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 Very pretty, the large lip dominates in both form and color. Very limited. Lip is a cheerful lilac color with yellow veins and yellow center. Seven or eight flowers are grouped at the end of long spikes. It’s epiphytic habitat in very warm coastal areas indicates that it requires a good amount of light and probably should be mounted. By John Lindley and Joseph Paxton, drawing by L. A. L. Constans (Paxton's Flower Garden, volume 3, plate 105) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons  
 
2.00" empty net pot
$10.00

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TOF3345 Broughtonia domingensis (Laeliopsis domingensis).
Hispaniola. (Haiti and Dominican Republic)..
  
 
Broughtonia domingensis (Laeliopsis domingensis).

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 Very pretty, the large lip dominates in both form and color. Very limited. Lip is a cheerful lilac color with yellow veins and yellow center. Seven or eight flowers are grouped at the end of long spikes. It’s epiphytic habitat in very warm coastal areas indicates that it requires a good amount of light and probably should be mounted. By John Lindley and Joseph Paxton, drawing by L. A. L. Constans (Paxton's Flower Garden, volume 3, plate 105) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons  
 
2.00" empty net pot
$10.00

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TOF3419 Bulbophyllum A-doribil Candy Ann
  
 
Bulbophyllum A-doribil Candy Ann

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 (Bulbophyllum A-doribil Candy x B. annandalei) Fun hybrid has showy umbels of good-size bizarre flowers. Yellow or gold, with red striping on sepals, red dotting on lip and petals. Crazy red tassels on tips of the dorsal sepals. These start blooming at a small size. 
 
2.50" pot
$9.00

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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.  
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3.50" pot / B.S.
$20.00

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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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TOF3163 Bulbophyllum fritillariiflorum `Natural World' AM/AOS x self
Papua New Guinea..
  
 
Bulbophyllum fritillariiflorum `Natural World' AM/AOS x self

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 We got the nomenclature straightened out regarding this plant that we have offered in the past as Bulbophyllum arfakianum. It now is officially Bulbophyllum fritillariflorum, and our mother plant ‘Natural World’ has received an AM/AOS in 2015. This is certainly one of the showiest bulbophyllums and very expensive until now. Very attractive plants have roundish dark green leaves. The striking flowers are gigantic - 4 to 5 inches long or even bigger on a mature plant. Red purple reticulations over yellow-green - looks like some prehistoric reptilian. Recommended.  
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3.00" pot Three only
$10.00

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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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TD396 Bulbophyllum makoyanum 'D & B' AM/AOS
Philippines.
  
 
Bulbophyllum makoyanum 'D & B' AM/AOS

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 This is the true makoyanum. Small hot to warm-growing epiphyte has outrageous umbels with flowers held out in a horizontal plane. Yellow with red petals and dorsal sepals, which have hairs on their backs. The red areas form a fuzzy red ring at the center of the umbel. High class Bulbophyllum! 
 
3.50" pot Three only / B.S.
$25.00

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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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TD232 Bulbophyllum rothschildianum ‘A-Doribil’ FCC/AOS.
Southern China, India, Assam. .
  
 
Bulbophyllum rothschildianum ‘A-Doribil’ FCC/AOS.

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  Most people are familiar with the famous FCC clone ‘Red Chimney’. The distribution of this clone ‘Adoribil’ has been much more restricted. Very full umbels of up to eight large red flowers, each with very frilly fringed tops (of the dorsal sepals). For Bulbo fanatics. Division.  
 
3.50" pot
$30.00
 
5.00" pot / B.S.
$65.00

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TOF3045 Cattleya aclandiae 'Natural World' x self.
Brazil..
  
 
Cattleya aclandiae 'Natural World' x self.

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 Dwarf epiphytic species is still in demand. Tough little plants produce terminal inflorescences with one or two large (for the plant size) waxy long-lasting flowers. Sepals and petals are greenish yellow, covered with maroon blotches. The showy lip is whitish around the column grading to beautiful amethyst. From rather dry areas near the coast. Good seedlings. 
 
3.50" empty pot / N.B.S.
$14.00

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TOF2936 Cattleya bowringiana 'One In A Million" JC/AOS x self
Belize to Guatemala..
  
 
Cattleya bowringiana 'One In A Million" JC/AOS x self

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 An amazing new color form, recognized with a Judges Commendation. Each erect spike has many 3” flowers, which are a very unusual pale pink (almost white) with a striking magenta halo in the lip.  
 
3.50" pot / N.B.S.
$18.00

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TOF3124 Cattleya bowringiana v. coerulea `Blue Angel' HCC/AOS x self.
Belize, Guatemala..
  
 
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 (Syn: C. autumnalis) Rare in nature. Five to twenty 3" flowers per stem, beautiful orchid-blue in this variety. The flowers are beautiful light blue-purple, with a darker blue-purple ring on the lip. “Plants of this species regularly flower in the fall or early winter, hence one of its names, autumnalis." (Withner, 1988) Tolerant of heat, sun and low humidity. Very important to us, as it blooms right on schedule for our big County Fair Orchid Show in early October. 
 
3.50" pot / N.B.S.
$18.00

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TOF3382 Cattleya gaskelliana var. concolor 'Natural World' x self.
Venezuela..
  
 
Cattleya gaskelliana var. concolor 'Natural World' x self.

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 This is actually one of the best cultivars we have managed to add to our collection over the years. It is an amazing performer with huge displays of large concolor-type flowers. Growth habit is more contained compared to some other cultivars of the species. Flowers are a uniform light lilac color, with orange in the throat. In England during the Golden Age, they were able to have one large-flowered cattleya species in bloom every day of the year, except during late May and early June. The introduction of C. gaskelliana in 1883, with its May-June flowering, changed all that – and this factor was responsible for fast rise in popularity. Gaskelliana sometimes gets a bad rap – for being too large and “too easy” to grow (!) I recommend this cultivar. 
 
3.50" pot
$18.00

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TOF3248 Cattleya guatemalensis `Guayaba x self.
Central America..
  
 
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 Natural hybrid of C. aurantiaca and C. skinneri. Unusual color form is really nice. Dense heads of many small cattleya flowers are a mixture of orangey and pink. I think Guayaba means guava.  
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3.50" pot / N.B.S.
$15.00

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TOF3285 Cattleya intermedia coerulea `Gran Blue' x self
Brazil.
  
 
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 Small bifoliate cattleya. Similar to our TOF2959, with white or pale sepals and petals and blue or purple lip. 
 
3.50" pot / N.B.S.
$14.00

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