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TOF1749 Masdevallia exquisita x Masdevallia auropurpurea.
  
 
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 Cute, lots of medium-size flowers. Cream with red center, yellow tails. 
 
2.25" pot / B.S.
$12.00

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TOF2986 Masdevallia imposter.
Colombia..
  
 
Masdevallia imposter.

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 Large narrow flowers on tall spikes are red with yellow tipped dorsal, white tails. Keeps blooming from same spikes. Good Masdevallia, easy to grow and flower. Almost always in flower or spiking. 
 
2.00" pot / B.S.
$14.00

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TD195 Maxillaria elatior.
Belize..
  
 
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 Our huge specimen plant produces stunning displays of hundreds of large (2") orange-red flowers 2 or 3 times a year. Prefers bright light. A great landscaping plant where climate permits.  
 
5.00" pot / B.S.
$26.00

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TOF2942 Maxillaria endresii x sib.
Panama..
  
 
Maxillaria endresii x sib.

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 Showy, warm-growing. Numerous large (3 inch) bright yellow spidery flowers singly on erect spikes have red in center of flower.  
 
3.50" pot / N.B.S.
$20.00

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TOF2889 Maxillaria triloris x self.
Ecuador..
  
 
Maxillaria triloris x self.

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 Unbelievable species (does eventually get pretty large). In this variety the large flowers (4 inches) are yellow with red on sepals and petals. Can have a lot of flowers, singly-borne on erect spikes.  
 
3.50" pot
$20.00

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TOF2465 Maxillaria uncata 'Lineas Rojas'.
Costa Rica.
  
 
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 Small “miniature” epiphyte has a nice habit – clumping with narrow spiky leaves. Numerous small (1/2”) flowers peak out from the foliage. Cream with the lineas rojas – red stripes. Cute, easy. 
 
2.00" pot / B.S.
$12.00

Bargain on a great little species
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TD85 Mediocalcar decoratum.
Papua New Guinea.
  
 
Mediocalcar decoratum.

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 Fabulous genus - 53 species have been described from mountainous New Guinea, but perhaps this should be reduced to less than 15. Small creeping or clumping epiphytes with many small colorful bell-shaped flowers. This one has orange blooms with yellow tips, like candy corn. M. decoratum is apparently from a little lower elevation and warmer-tolerant, so grows very well. Forms beautiful specimens rapidly - we just received a CCE/AOS for our plant! 
 
2.00" pot / N.B.S.
$8.00

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TOF839 Meiracylium trinasutum.
Mexico, Guatemala.
  
 
Meiracylium trinasutum.

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 A pretty, small growing species resembling Sophronitis cernua in habit, has small, fleshy, purple-tinted leaves. Attractive flowers are bright amethyst. There exist two forms, this is the one with good cinnamon fragrance, like Dentine chewing gum. Photo courtesy Tomas Bajza 
 
Small mounts One only / B.S.
$18.00

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TOF3089 Miltonia spectabilis `Royalty', AM/AOS x sib.
Brazil..
  
 
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 Warm Miltonia. This is the Moreliana form – exceptional large beautiful lavender flowers are dark burgundy with full shaped rose-colored lips which have dark burgundy veins. Makes nice specimen plants.  
SOLD OUT
 
3.50" pot / N.B.S.
$16.00

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TOF2037 Miltonia spectabilis var. rosea.
Brazil.
  
 
Miltonia spectabilis var. rosea.

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 Very beautiful form - large full flowers are rose pink with dark rose vertical veins on the lip. Not at all like the variety Moreliana that we have sold in the past.  
 
3.50" pot Two only / N.B.S.
$15.00

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TOF3326 Myrmecophila albopurpurea x self.
(Schomburgkia albopurpurea)
Grand Cayman Island..
  
 
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 “Mini” Schomburgkia can bloom at a small size. Compact pseudobulbs grow to 6” tall. Cluster of 10 or more white or cream flowers with dark purple on lip. In the habitat, it grows on scrubby trees near the ocean and is even subjected to salt spray. Light-loving species. Easy.  
 
2.00" empty pot
$8.00
 
3.50" empty pot
$15.00

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TOF3065 Nageliella purpurea.
Mexico to Costa Rica..
  
 
Nageliella purpurea.

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 Small plants with stem-like pseudobulbs topped by a single fleshy red-spotted leaf. Tall, thin wiry inflorescences carry several small bell-shaped bright pink flowers. Rare opportunity! 
SOLD OUT
 
2.00" pot / B.S.
$10.00

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TOF2860 Neofinetia falcata.
Japan, Korea..
  
 
Neofinetia falcata.

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 In Japan this species is known as the “fu-ran plant and was considered sacred by the Samurai class." Vandaceous - small clumping fan-shaped epiphytes have heads of beautiful pure white flowers with long nectary spurs hanging down from each. Nice fragrance.  
 
2.00" pot
$12.00
 
3.00" net pot / B.S.
$18.00

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TOF2929 Oeoniella polystachys.
Eastern Madagascar, Comoros, Seychelles..
  
 
Oeoniella polystachys.

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 Hot lowlands. Angraecoid. This is a lot of fun. Smallish erect plants produce multiple spikes of many small white flowers accented with lime-green and a beautiful, ultra-round pure white lip. Pleasing nocturnal fragrance. Easy, rewarding.  
 
3.50" empty pot / B.S.
$18.00

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TOF3280 Oncidium anthocrene.
Colombia.
  
 
Oncidium anthocrene.

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 "A very distinct and curious species..." (B.S. Williams 1885) Large upright branched sprays with many showy shiny chocolate-brown flowers reaching 2 1/2" each. Sepals and petals much-undulated. Hard, shiny appearance. Lip bright yellow with reddish area. Interesting foliage and nicely scented. 
 
2.50" pot
$10.00

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TOF3238 Oncidium edwallii
Brazil..
  
 
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 Cute miniature warm -growing epiphytic species from hot humid lowlands carries a basal 4" to 12" few-to-many flowered inflorescence of "large" (1/2") bronze flowers with long yellow lip. Compressed, rounded pseudobulbs look neat. Sweet miniature! Very limited. 
 
2.00" pot / B.S.
$14.00

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TOF2780 Oncidium phymatochillum.
Mexico through Brazil.
  
 
Oncidium phymatochillum.

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 Truly one of the greatest and most unique oncidiums – a golden oldie from the past. Not found in the market much simply because it is very difficult to set seed. “This is a species which ought to be in every collection “ (The Orchid Growers Manual, 1885) Large flat leathery pseudobulbs topped by a single leathery leaf. Curious small twisted Brassia-like flowers on branched panicles are white, yellow and red-brown. Get started with these nice seedlings – later this will be much costlier. Recommended. Botanical print Swiss Orchid Foundation http://orchid.unibas.ch/phpMyHerbarium/303085/2/Oncidium/phymatochilum/Lindley_John/specimen.php 
 
3.50" pot One only / B.S.
$18.00
SOLD OUT
 
5.00" pot One only / B.S. XLarge plants
$28.00

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TOF3336 Phalaenopsis viridis x self.
Sumatra. .
  
 
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 Small warm-growing epiphyte has a unique spike habit for a phalenopsis. Tall erect raceme to 16" carries five or six 1.5" flowers, all opening simultaneously. After flowering the spike continues to elongate and periodically re-flower. Flowers are green with glossy red-brown barring. Very distinctive when you see it. 
 
2.00" pot 4"-5" leaf span
$12.00
 
2.50" pot 6"- 8" leaf span
$18.00

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TD114 Platystele reflexa.
Ecuador.
  
 
Platystele reflexa.

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 One of my favorite pleurothallids. A cloud forest small epiphyte with many nice successively blooming bright orange flowers. Grows well here so it's not that cool-growing. Photo courtesy Tomas Bajza (Please note; all photos on this site are of T.O.F. plants)  
 
2.50" pot / B.S.
$16.00

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TOF3067 Plectrelminthus caudatus.
West Africa..
  
 
Plectrelminthus caudatus.

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 Up to 20 large flowers are fragrant and long lasting. Pale green often flushed with bronze. Ivory white lip with green tip. Thick worm-like spur. Easily cultivated under warm conditions. "When this spectacular species first flowered in England, in 1835, it was described as remarkable and extremely rare. The first plants were imported by Messrs. Conrad Loddiges of Hackney, and were described by Lindley as the 'Long-tailed Angraecum'. He pointed out the unusual length of the spur..." (Joyce Stewart, 1981) 
 
2.50" pot
$12.00
 
3.50" pot
$20.00

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TD29 Pleurothallis allenii.
Panama.
  
 
Pleurothallis allenii.

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 Very showy for a small species. Long, deep maroon flowers appear around and throughout clumpy plants. Easy, warm-growing. Blooms often throughout the year. 
 
2.00" pot / B.S.
$12.00

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TD76 Pleurothallis corniculata.
Panama.
  
 
Pleurothallis corniculata.

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 Very cute displays on small plants. Many single yellow-orange flowers lightly striped towards throat. Hood-like dorsal sepals give an overall appearance of 'bird beaks'. 
SOLD OUT
 
2.00" pot / B.S.
$14.00

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TD318 Pleurothallis costaricensis.
Costa Rica, Panama..
  
 
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 4” tall plants have “ascending” growths. Several sprays are greater in height than the plant and have around 15 small ¼” nice yellow flowers with faint red area on synsepal, all offset by a red lip. Nice.  
 
2.00" pot / B.S.
$14.00

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TD28 Pleurothallis hemirhoda.
Peru.
  
 
Pleurothallis hemirhoda.

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 Warm-growing. Fairly large, showy blossoms appear frequently in center of leaves. Nice colors, yellow with pink petals and lip.  
 
3.50" pot / B.S.
$18.00

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TOF1829 Pleurothallis johnsonii
  
 
Pleurothallis johnsonii

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 (Syn. Brenesia costaricensis). Deep red-purple, lip yellow marked with purple. Unusual leaf, growth habit. Rare opportunity. 
SOLD OUT
 
3.00" pot / B.S.
$18.00

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TD59 Pleurothallis luctuosa.
Central America through Colombia and Ecuador.
  
 
Pleurothallis luctuosa.

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 Lowland tropical rainforest (warm growing). Clumpy plants produce wiry spikes with several maroon flowers. Very nice, worthwhile. 
 
2.00" pot / B.S.
$14.00

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TD269 Pleurothallis pacayana.
Guatemala..
  
 
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 Correctly, it is supposed to be Pleurothallis gacayana- even though it is named for the Pacayan Volcano. This is said to be an error by Schlecter when describing the species. It is such a strange plant that for now it is one of my favorites! Odd, tall stems are 4-sided topped by an attractive leaf. Cluster of small bright red-orange flowers are at the leaf apices.  
 
2.00" pot / B.S.
$12.00

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TD22 Pleurothallis restrepioides 'Dragonstone'.
Ecuador.
  
 
Pleurothallis restrepioides 'Dragonstone'.

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 Plants get up to 12" tall. Flowers hang down from erect spikes. Showy white flowers covered with red polka dots. Red lip.  
SOLD OUT
 
2.50" pot
$10.00
SOLD OUT
 
3.00" pot / N.B.S.
$15.00

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TD127 Pleurothallis rowleei.
Costa Rica to Ecaudor and Colombia.
  
 
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 Really sweet little species. Chain of pretty 3/8" flowers are finely spotted and striped with red-purple. Contrasting petals are sweet pink. 
 
2.50" pot / B.S.
$12.00

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TD260 Pleurothallis ruberrima 'Peru'.
Peru..
  
 
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 The plants are tall (2 ft.) - leaves are narrow and pointed. The single "showy" yellow flowers dangle off the leaf on a short thin wiry inflorescence (in the manner of Pl. adeleae - it surely must be in the same section as adeleae) The flowers are 2 1/4" long. Long dorsal sepal is 1 1/4" long. Platter-like fused synsepal. The overall color of the flower is a translucent gold. A very desirable species.  
 
3.50" pot / B.S.
$22.00

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TD307 Pleurothallis sp. #5.
Mexico..
  
 
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 Very cute small species to 4” tall with wiry leaf stems. Single ¼” flowers at base of leaf are golden with a reddish suffusion offset by a wine-red lip. Interestingly, this plant has been identified by Selby as Pl. circumplexa (O.I.C. # 13938), but they did state that this plant is NOT typical. We are not using that name because this plant and flowers do not remotely resemble the photos of Pl. circumplexa on the Internet or in books such as ‘Field Guide to the Orchids of Costa Rica and Panama’ (Dressler)  
 
2.00" pot / B.S.
$15.00

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TOF1704 Pleurothallis stricta.
Colombia..
  
 
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 Plants reaching 10 or 12 inches have straight-up spikes of several elongated 1 1/4" flowers (like mosquitoes). Maroon-red with stripes. 
 
2.00" pot / B.S.
$10.00

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TD116 Restrepia brachypus 'Yellow Background'.
Colombia.
  
 
Restrepia brachypus 'Yellow Background'.

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 Another great brachypus variety. This one has yellow flowers. Quality species for sure. 
 
2.00" pot / B.S.
$16.00

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TD459 Restrepia mendozae
Colombia, Ecuador..
  
 
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 We've been working on this a long time - to get enough to list. One of the newest and best Restrepias in our permanent collection, only published in 1996. Beautiful warm-growing plants produce larger single, successive bright yellow flowers on the back of the leaves. This is quite different, the stems of the plant are very tall compared to other Restrepias. Please don't miss out! 
 
2.50" pot Limited. / B.S.
$25.00

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TD469 Rhipidoglossum xanthopollinium.
Africa..
  
 
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 Kenya through South Africa. Formerly Diaphananthe xanthopollinia. Small to medium size epiphyte, sort of “vandaceous” in habit. Short sprays of many ¼” yellow diaphanous flowers with lilac fragrance. Very limited. 
 
2.50" pot / N.B.S.
$12.00
 
3.50" pot / B.S.
$18.00

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TOF2990 Rodriguezia batemanii.
Colombia, Ecuador..
  
 
Rodriguezia batemanii.

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 Select Rodriguezia sp. has large 2 ¾” showy blossoms, pinkish-white flecked with red. Broad lip is light rose, speckled with red. Leathery narrow leaves and copious root-system. We are using a new cultural method to produce healthy plants of this: they are grown in empty hanging net pots with daily or every-other-day watering - a breakthrough for cultivating these desirable “twig epiphytes”. Try it our way or you may wish to add some of your favorite growing media to the empty pot.  
 
2.00" empty net pot / N.B.S.
$12.00

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TD310 Scaphosepalum cimex.
Ecuador..
  
 
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 Minature-sized warm-growing epiphyte. The “Bug-like Scaphosepalum” refers to the shape of the “showy” ¾” flowers. Blooms in the winter on a slender 5" long, successively several-flowered inflorescence. Good species!  
 
2.00" pot / B.S.
$12.00

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TD123 Scaphosepalum decorum.
Colombia..
  
 
Scaphosepalum decorum.

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 Really unbelievable Scapho with huge (for genus) attractive yellow flowers. Rare opportunity. 
 
2.50" pot / B.S.
$20.00

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TD125 Scaphosepalum fimbriatum.
Colombia.
  
 
Scaphosepalum fimbriatum.

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 Bizarre yellowish flowers with red markings have bristly hair on outside. Flowers on thin wire-like stems, remind me of some little creature sticking up. Clumpy pleurothallid. This is a real conversation piece. Always in bloom.  
SOLD OUT
 
2.00" pot One only / B.S.
$16.00

Recommended.
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TD33 Scaphosepalum grande.
Colombia.
  
 
Scaphosepalum grande.

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 Another of the 27 genera in the fantastic Pleurothallidinae. Easy-growing fleshy plants send up tall spikes from each growth, which flower successively with "large" showy yellow flowers. Bizarre blossoms look like creatures from outer space, with long pendant appendages from each petal. Reddish in center of flower. Recommended to familiarize oneself with this genus, in preparation for the rarer and fantastical species to come! 
 
2.50" pot / B.S.
$18.00

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