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TOF3404 Aerangis punctata.
Madagascar.
  
 
Aerangis punctata.

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 Punctata (not the similar cornowiana). Dwarf species has quite large (for plant) cream to white flowers with long spur which is nicely coiled-up at bud stage. Unusual "silver-gray" foliage. Although more or less blooming size, these are tiny plants in 1" pots. Please make sure you know what you are ordering. 
 
1.00" empty pot / N.B.S.
$18.00

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TOF3391 Angraecum didieri x self.
Madagascar..
  
 
Angraecum didieri x self.

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 Miniature to small-sized epiphyte can be grown under a wide variety of conditions. Large (2 -2 ½”) white flowers are night-fragrant. Easy.  
 
2.00" pot
$8.00

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TOF3511 Angraecum dollii x sib
Madagascar..
  
 
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 Miniature to modest-sized warm-to-cool-growing epiphyte in seasonally dry forest. Single-flowered inflorescences carry 3" glossy white and green flowers with spurs, large blossoms for plant size. Fragrant at night. These are small seedlings. 
 
2.50" net pot
$25.00

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TOF3281 Angraecum eichlerianum x self
Cameroon..
  
 
Angraecum eichlerianum x self

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 Large size warm-growing vining epiphyte from Western Africa. Very beautiful 3” long-lasting fragrant flowers are nice green with a curvy white lip suffused in the center with emerald. Very hard to find this plant in the market.  
 
2.50" pot
$12.00
 
3.50" pot
$20.00

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TOF3105 Angraecum germinyanum.
Madagascar.
  
 
Angraecum germinyanum.

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 Not easy to come by these days. A. germinyanum has many forms as described by the late Fred Hillerman in his landmark 'The Cultivated Orchids of Madagascar'. Our species is perhaps closest to var. #11. "The position of the sepals and petals and large lip has to be seen to be appreciated, and it has an overpowering elegance not found in many flowers." (Hillerman, 1986) Beautiful plants are 7+" tall and starting to keiki at base of plant. 
 
3.50" empty pot / B.S.
$25.00

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TOF154A Angraecum leonis.
Madagascar..
  
 
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 Interesting 'flat' leaves. White flowers with long curving spur are fragrant. 
 
3.50" pot / B.S. Two only
$25.00

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TOF2822 Angraecum longicalcar.
Madagascar..
  
 
Angraecum longicalcar.

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 Extraordinary species. One of the longest spur nectaries in the orchid kingdom accommodates the moth pollinator's 16" long tongue! Large plants have elegant spikes with up to 12 flowers each. Non-resupinate blossoms have showy waxy white lip and light green sepals - petals. The greenish spur hangs down beneath each flower 16 inches! "Conveys the impression of strength, viability, nobility, and grandeur, and in our opinion makes an ideal specimen plant." (Hillerman, 1986) Highly scented at night. Prefers brighter light.  
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5.00" pot One only.
$35.00

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TOF3208 Angraecum pseudofilicornu x self.
Northern Madagascar..
  
 
Angraecum pseudofilicornu x self.

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 Unusual and interesting growth, with thin “terete” leaves, like Ang. scottianum. The white flowers, usually 2 to an inflorescence, have some pinkish in the sepals. Lucky to get the parent plant from Mr. Hillerman many years ago. These can bloom at a very small size. Picture shows approximate size of plant.  
 
Small plants in 2" net pot. / One only
$20.00

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TOF3333 Angraecum sesquipedale `Kelly Watson' x self.
Madagascar..
  
 
Angraecum sesquipedale `Kelly Watson' x self.

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 Blooms around Christmas – ‘Star of Bethlehem’. Large fragrant waxy flowers roughly have white lips and petals and greenish sepals. 12” long spurs hang down beneath the flowers.  
 
2.50" pot
$8.00

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TD424 Angraecum subulatum
Africa..
  
 
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 Unusual branched terete growth habit. Many small white flowers (somewhat similar to those of Ang. distichum). Nicely fragrant. Limited. 
 
3.00" pot One only / B.S.
$25.00

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TOF2841 Arpophyllum giganteum.
Mexico through Colombia..
  
 
Arpophyllum giganteum.

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 The Candlestick Orchid. Large-growing plants produce beautiful tight cylinders of many small closely spaced light pink flowers with dark pink lips. Not many companies have produced this from seed. "A genus of great antiquity." (Withner, 1998) 
 
3.00" pot
$12.00

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TOF2988 Barkeria whartoniana.
Oaxaca, Mexico..
  
 
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 Small-size lithophyte or epiphyte found in hot dry deciduous forests and around rock outcroppings. Tall erect spikes carry several pink flowers with lavender in the petals and lavender markings on lips. Nowadays I depend on Barkerias to add to my display plants for our big Fall orchid show. Small N.B.S. plants. Very limited. 
 
2.00" empty net pot / Two only
$14.00

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TOF2758 Bollea ecuadorana
Ecuador..
  
 
Bollea ecuadorana

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 Two fine forms have been selected as parents. Fan-shaped growths lacking pseudobulbs produce single-flowered inflorescences from the leaf axils. Blooms are a very unusual and beautiful shade of dark pink. Contrasting bright yellow band across lip. This member of the Bollea/Pescatorea family is really great because its flowers display well (unlike some others in the family) Water year round.  
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3.50" pot One only
$18.00

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TOF3185 Brassavola digbyana `Laura' x self.
(Rhyncholaelia digbyana.)
Mexico through Central America..
  
 
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 (Rhyncholaelia digbyana) National flower of Honduras. Epiphyte with tough-looking foliage grows in good light. Single large amazing flowers are yellow-green with prominent fringed lip. Lemon scented at night. Famous species is not so common anymore. Very limited. 
 
2.00" pot
$8.00

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TD363 Brassavola perrinii.
Brazil..
  
 
Brassavola perrinii.

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 Small to medium –sized warm growing epiphyte with long thin cylindrical leaves has nice “round” flowers, white lip with yellow-green in the throat. Narrow sepals and petals are light green. Night fragrant. Large plants. 
 
3.00" net pot One only / B.S.
$15.00

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TD493 Brassia maculata
Central America, Cuba and Jamaica..
  
 
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 Bringing back some of these spider orchid species now. Partly spurred on by how well they are doing as garden plants here, producing really unbelievable displays. Yellowish flowers with the long lateral sepals have red-brown barring on the petals and spots or blotches on the lips and sepals. Flowers lineup beautifully on the spikes.  
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3.50" pot / N.B.S.
$15.00

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TOF3345 Broughtonia domingensis (Laeliopsis domingensis).
Hispanola. (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).
Hispanola. (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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TD389 Bulbophyllum annandalei `Natural World' AM/AOS.
Thailand, Malaysia..
  
 
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 Small-size, warm to cool growing epiphyte produces showy umbels of 6 three-inch flowers, with the characteristic mobile flower parts. We have 4 different ones, this awarded one having more red striping and a red lip. Flowers have "hairs" on top of dorsal sepal. Really cool!  
 
5.00" pot Three only
$45.00

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