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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.  
SOLD OUT
 
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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TOF3304 Cattleya labiata `Tipo' x sib.
Brazil..
  
 
Cattleya labiata `Tipo' x sib.

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 It can take a long time in a person’s orchid career to recognize the qualities of various species and cultivars. We have come to really appreciate this line of “typical” labiatas. First, it blooms regularly around the time of our big County Fair orchid show in late September early October! The plants are vigorous and have long-lasting flowers. The flowers vary from plant to plant, each unique – all having lavender flowers with beautiful dark lavender lip – so we are able to set up striking displays. This is a connection to nature and the natural world.  
 
2.50" pot
$10.00
 
3.50" pot
$18.00

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TOF2946 Cattleya lawrenceana `New-Really Nice' x self.
Venezuela..
  
 
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 A new batch made from a really nice Venezuelan cultivar. The “most atypical Cattleya species”, with tall thin pseudobulbs, and a single green leaf spotted with purple. Flowers have good form for the species and are the light lavender color with vivid dark lavender tubular lips One of my favorite catts.  
 
3.50" pot
$18.00

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TOF3190 Cattleya leuddemanniana (Fennels x Jungle Prince) x self.
Venezuela..
  
 
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 Very showy Venezuelan endemic is called ‘Flor de Mayo’. Found in lowlands from sea level up to 2100 ft in areas of low precipitation. Reichenbach first mentions the species in Xenia Orchidaceae in 1854. The plant flowered in the famous collection of Mr. Pescatore of Paris. Reichenbach recognized it as a new species and dedicated it to Pescatore’s gardener Mr. Lueddemann, one of the best gardeners of France. (Monograph of the Venezuelan Cattleyas, Aulisi 1989) It has wide petals and full round lip. The color is medium lavender with dark lavender on front of lip and dark lavender veins in throat.  
 
3.50" pot
$18.00

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TOF3147 Cattleya loddigesii `Aranda' AM/AOS x sib. `Martinelli'
Brazil.
  
 
Cattleya loddigesii `Aranda' AM/AOS x sib. `Martinelli'

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 Medium size bifoliate, with bulbs 7” to 16” tall.. “Sib-cross’ of two well-known clones. Large 4” flowers with the uniform light-lavender colored sepals and petals, lip with whitish overlaying the background color, yellow in center and lavender on apex. The ‘Martinelli’ is the “punctata” type, with small dots on sepals and petals 
 
2.50" pot
$9.00
 
3.50" pot / N.B.S.
$15.00

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TOF3341 Cattleya loddigesii 'Aranda' AM/AOS x self.
Brazil.
  
 
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 One of the “improved” forms of the classic Brazilian bifoliate. Large full flat, well-lasting, flowers are blooming on small plants. Nice light pink color, with lighter lip side lobes. Please refer to our picture for the sib-cross TOF3147. 
 
2.50" pot
$8.00
 
3.50" pot / N.B.S.
$15.00

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TOF3082 Cattleya maxima `Natural World' JC/AOS x self.
Peru.
  
 
Cattleya maxima `Natural World' JC/AOS x self.

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 Mother plant is an unbelievable never-before-seen color form, with dark metallic purple color. This from is also called "Peru Dark". This is not the form called "C. maxima var. rubra" - this is something completely different. Note: it takes a few days after the buds open for the unique color to materialize. These plants are only 3"+ tall. 
 
2.50" pot
$20.00
 
3.50" pot Limited in this size
$25.00

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TOF3072 Cattleya maxima var. coerulea 'Natural World' x self.
Ecuador.
  
 
Cattleya maxima var. coerulea 'Natural World' x self.

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 Very rare ‘blue’ coerulea form of this great species. Large ice-blue blooms with bluish flush on petals and dark violet blue markings on the front lobe of the lip. Bloom time - spring to summer. Plants from this same batch have bloomed out with the beautiful correct color. Intermediate.  
 
3.50" pot. / N.B.S.
$18.00

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TOF3369 Cattleya nobilior rubra x self
Brazil..
  
 
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 Very limited. Small size Brazilian cattleya from warm areas, on cliffs along streams. Each spike carries one to three attractive 4" flowers. The color is a darker lavender in this variety, with white areas in center of lip. Fragrance of vanilla and citrus.  
 
2.50" pot Four only
$10.00

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TOF3250 Cattleya nobilior `Dark Clone' x self.
Brazil..
  
 
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 Very limited. Small size Brazilian cattleya. Each spike carries one to three attractive 4" flowers. The color is a darker lavender in this variety, with white areas in center of lip. Fragrance of vanilla and citrus.  
 
2.50" pot
$12.00

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TOF3316 Cattleya percivaliana coerulea `Happy Birthday' x self
Venezuela..
  
 
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 Non-typical Labiate species has a bloom season from Fall through winter. This coerulea form has very pale bluish color, with a coerulea spot in the lip, surrounded by dark gold.  
 
3.50" pot One only
$20.00

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TOF3200 Cattleya schroederae x self.
Colombia..
  
 
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 One of two different cultivars we have. Delicate pearl pink, with some purple veining in the pink lip (below the orange eyes). Sweet fragrance. Limited. 
SOLD OUT
 
3.50" pot One only.
$22.00

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TOF3206 Cattleya violacea `Orquiven' x self.
Venezuela to Bolivia.
  
 
Cattleya violacea `Orquiven' x self.

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 Medium size hot-to-warm growing epiphyte. Long-lasting fragrant flowers that open up very flat. Rich lavender color, especially the lip and column. It is found along low-elevation rivers, in chosen locations, over a 4 million square kilometer area. Often growing on branches out over the water , where the plants benefit form the rising moisture, but also brighter light reflected up from the water. We are excited that we now are able to easily grow this species, using our “empty-pot method”. Limited. Botanical print by Walter Hood Fitch (1817 - 1892), illustrator, Robert Warner (1814-1896) and Benjamin Samuel Williams (1822-1890) editors [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons.  
 
2.50" empty pot
$12.00

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TOF3375 Cattleya violacea semi alba (Icabaru' x sib. `Hector Luis') x self.
Venezuela.
  
 
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 Habit as in TOF3206 above. Flat flowers should have white petals and sepals, the lip and column beautiful red-lavender. Fragrant, long-lasting.  
 
2.50" empty pot
$12.00
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3.50" pot
$16.00

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TOF3081 Cattleya warscewiczii alba `Firmin Lambeau' FCC/AOS x warscewiczii alba `Kathleen', AM/AOS.
Colombia.
  
 
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 Warscewiczii is my favorite Cattleya species. Two top-quality cultivars have been used here. Hoping for whites, but we should be realistic and remember that crossing 2 albas often results in pink offspring. Either way though, these should be superior flowers - with great form and large size. Limited. 
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3.50" pot Three only
$25.00

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TD433 Ceratostylis philippinensis.
Philippines..
  
 
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 A miniature-sized clumpy epiphyte with succulent spiky leaves from warm or hot regions. clusters of small round (3/8") crystaline white flowers. Looks amazing when grown into a specimen plant. Limited.  
 
2" net pot / B.S.
$16.00

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TD422 Chondrorhyncha caloglossa 'Natural World'
Costa Rica.
  
 
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 Correctly Stenotyla picta. This is really a neat plant - one of my favorites within the fan-shaped leafy species. This flowers a lot and puts on a good show (flowers emerge and can be seen, they are not hiding in the foliage. (Good to hang it up or mount it, if possible - for good display). Moderate-size species - not gigantic like some. In this cultivar, the flowers are all-yellow.  
 
3.00" pot Two only. / B.S.
$18.00

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TD5 Cirrhopetalum pulchellum.
Malaya, Peninsular Thailand.
  
 
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 Bulbophyllum pulchellum. Flowers are red-purple arranged in an umbel. Easy to grow.  
 
3.50" pot / B.S.
$15.00

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TD329 Cirrhopetalum sp. “Bronze Pseudobulbs”.
  
 
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 Very interesting mini Cirrhopetalum with attractive growth and small quarter-sized umbels of ‘fawn” yellow flowers finely-dotted with maroon red and reddish dorsal sepal at the top . Bronze pseudobulbs and purplish leaves. Nice clumpy divisions! 
 
3.50" pot / B.S.
$15.00

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TOF1567 Cischweinfia rostrata.
Costa Rica.
  
 
Cischweinfia rostrata.

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 This has many smaller flowers. Pleasing colors; green-yellow sepals and petals with beautiful pink lip. Nice presentation. These come from wet cloud forests (not that high up though) and we grow them fairly wet. 3 available. 
 
2.50" pot / B.S.
$15.00

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TOF1487 Cischweinfia sheehaniae.
(Cischweinfia pusilla.)
Colombia..
  
 
Cischweinfia sheehaniae.

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 Small clumping epiphyte produces showy displays throughout the year. Sepals and petals are red-brown with bright yellow tips. Lip is red-mahogany with contrasting white border. Very cute displays. 
 
2.00" pot / B.S.
$12.00

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TOF3108 Cochleanthes amazonica 'Natural World' x sib 'H.O.F. #1'
(Warczewiczella amazonica)
Our plant is from Colombia..
  
 
Cochleanthes amazonica 'Natural World' x sib 'H.O.F. #1'

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 Two select clones have been used for this sib cross. Within the shade-loving fan-shaped plants, it's hard to beat this. Very showy - the 4" flowers have a very pleasing aspect. Capable of putting on a big show with several flowers. Maybe best to grow it hanging up. Recommended.  
 
3.50" pot / B.S.
$18.00

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TD11 Coelogyne fimbriata 'Mini'.
Sumatra.
  
 
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 Variable species - this one has small growth habit and is vigorous and mat-forming. Many single coelogyne-type flowers are large for plant size, cream with "blackish" markings. Interesting and worthwhile. Beautiful clumpy plants. 
 
3.50" pot / B.S.
$15.00

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TOF3509 Coryanthes gernotii `Ponche Crema' x self.
Venezuela..
  
 
Coryanthes gernotii `Ponche Crema'  x self.

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 This is a special form of C. gernotii – nicer than our previous typical gernotii. The rather small flowers are orangey – offset by a sparkling white hypochile.  
 
3.50" pot One only / B,S Big Plant!!
$35.00

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TOF3541 Coryanthes picturata x self.
British Honduras..
  
 
Coryanthes picturata x self.

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 Said to be a variant of C. speciosa. In this clone, flowers are pure butter yellow with orange-yellow hypochile. You just can’t beat these Cory’s for sheer wonder and amazement! Wet tropical forests. 
 
2.00" pot
$12.00

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TOF3114 Dendrobium aberrans.
Eastern Papua New Guinea.
  
 
Dendrobium aberrans.

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 Still one of our most popular species. Mossy intermediate forests. “Miniature” clumping plants produce small sprays of 1/2" interestingly shaped white flowers, which last about three weeks. Old pseudobulbs keep sending out inflorescences for many years. Can flower anytime, with an emphasis on winter. “On trees in the forests of the Maboro Range (Waria District). The species grows always in colonies…” (Schlecter 1914) Very cute - a winner. 
 
2.00" pot / B.S.
$15.00
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3.50" pot / B.S.
$20.00
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TOF3441 Dendrobium crocatum x self.
Malaya, Penninsular Thailand.
  
 
Dendrobium crocatum x self.

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 Pedilonum section. Attractive plants with semi-pendant habit. 2-3 two-inch bright-orange flowers are produced from each of several short spikes. Lowland epiphyte, easy and rewarding.  
 
2.00" pots Three only
$10.00
 
3.50" pot One only / N.B.S.
$18.00

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TOF3073 Dendrobium formosum var. giganteum.
India.
  
 
Dendrobium formosum var. giganteum.

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 "The Beautiful Giant-Flowered Dendrobium". The species formosum is found in the foothills of the Himalayas from Nepal to Northern Thailand, and is a cooler-growing higher-elevation plant. However, the variety Giganteum is a warmer-growing, larger-flowered plant from lower elevations in India. Very showy displays of large crystalline white flowers with yellow or orange in the lips on attractive plants (plants reach 18" in height). Used to be fairly common here in Hawaii 30 years ago, but like so many things, has now vanished from collections. 
SOLD OUT
 
3.50" pot One only / B.S.
$20.00

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TOF3400 Dendrobium glomeratum.
New Guinea and the Molucca Islands..
  
 
Dendrobium glomeratum.

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 (Den. sulawesiense).Like a giant Den. lawesii - with canes from 10" to 20" long. Large, very bright pink long-lasting flowers are borne 6-10 per inflorescence. Orange lip. Grow with brighter light. Really perhaps the best Dendrobium species we’ve ever grown – because of its extremely showy long-lasting displays and its free-blooming habit. Very few people who see this in flower at our nursery leave without it. Especially nice when displayed as a hanging plant. Recommended.  
 
2.00" pot Nice plants! / B.S.
$16.00

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TD335 Dendrobium lichenastrum v. prenticei.
Australia..
  
 
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 Queensland. "The Star Lichen-like Dendrobium" Miniature clumping epiphyte is hot to cool growing. Attractive plants with succulent leaves have small upside-down flowers which are cream with nice red striping and orange lip.  
 
2.00" mount Cute plants! / B.S.
$18.00
 
Larger plants on larger mounts
$25.00

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TOF3066 Dendrobium loddigesii
Laos, Southern China..
  
 
Dendrobium loddigesii

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 Dwarf warm to cold growing epiphyte has canes with small deciduous leaves and forms dense mats on trees or rocks. These clumps can be completely covered in beautiful flowers, which are good size. Pale rose, with wide rose-fringed lip which has a large orange disk in the center. Good fragrance too.  
 
2.50" pot / N.B.S.
$12.00

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TOF526 Dendrobium pachyphyllum.
Vietnam through Malaysia..
  
 
Dendrobium pachyphyllum.

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 One of our favorite little cuties even though flowers last only a day or two. Small plants form dense mats and produce multitudes of 1/2" fantastically sweet fragrant flowers.Colors vary from cream-white with purple veins to pure yellow. Flowers randomly throughout the year, and we can always tell when this one is blooming in the nursery. Small plant with big fragrance! Very limited. 
SOLD OUT
 
2.00" empty net pot / B.S.
$16.00

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TD265 Dendrobium reflexitepalum `Natural World’.
Borneo. .
  
 
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 Hot-growing epiphyte with many triangular flattened leaves. Short inflorescences have several small ¼” flowers – very attractive rose-pink coloration in this special cultivar. If plants are grown with stronger light, the foliage takes on a reddish color (we’ve grown them both shady and bright).  
 
2.00" net pot / B.S.
$15.00
 
3.50" pot / B.S.
$20.00

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TOF3347 Dendrobium sanderae var. major.
Philippines.
  
 
Dendrobium sanderae var. major.

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 Very attractive. Of the 4 types of D. sanderae, ‘Major’ has the largest flowers, with petals and lip much broader than in other types. Clusters of 4 or five large long-lasting crystalline white flowers appear at the leaf axils. Purple blotch on base and side lobes of lip. Intermediate. Flowers last and plant is in bloom for months. Dappled or diffused light is recommended.  
 
2.50" pot
$12.00
 
3.50" pot
$18.00

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TOF3300 Dendrobium shiraishii 'Natural World' x self
New Guinea..
  
 
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 Limited. "Newest" of the Latourea dendrobiums (published in 1992. However it was known for a long time before that, by Dutch colonists of New Guinea - as early as 1935. Very dramatic with good number of long-lasting flowers per spray (12). Very good cultivar, the best I've seen. Flowers are actual yellow, not cream-colored - with dramatic red striping on lip side lobes. Quite unique in Latourea.  
 
3.50" pot Two only
$25.00

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TOF3261 Dendrobium tanii 'Dark Pink' x sib 'Pink'.
(Dendrobium bracteosum var. tanii.)
Moluccas.
  
 
Dendrobium tanii 'Dark Pink' x sib 'Pink'.

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 Correctly D. bracteosum ‘Mr. Tan’s’, or also known as D. bracteosum var. tannii. Kew does not list D. tanii as a valid species name. It does differ from the regular bracteosum in its more compact growth habit and larger flowers. Small to medium warm-growing epiphyte, with flowers that last a very long time, 3 months or longer. Hopefully pink will come out, but in our previous experiences with Den. bracteosum itself, whites with colored lips also resulted) 
 
2.50" pot
$8.00
 
3.50" pot / B.S.
$12.00

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TD370 Dendrobium toressae.
Northern Queensland, Australia..
  
 
Dendrobium toressae.

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 Miniature dense clumping epiphyte has small yellow flowers. Unbelievable plant with very crisp foliage. Cute clumps covering 2.5” tree-fern mounts.  
 
mounted / B.S.
$25.00

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TOF2847 Dendrobium woodsii.
New Guinea..
  
 
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 New Latourea species is quite compact. Each growth gets a pendulous inflorescence with 4 -7 small (3/4”) flowers. Color is white with a relatively-large mauve-pink lip. (Actually this batch is coming out with unusually darker, rich colored lips). Fragrant.  
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2.50" pot Two only / N.B.S.
$12.00

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