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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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TD402 Pleurothallis sp. #29 `Peru'.
Peru..
  
 
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 Small yellow flowers in center of 2” elongated heart-shaped leaf. Almost always in flower. Very cute.  
 
2.50" pot / B.S.
$15.00

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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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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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TD1 Restrepia striata.
Ecuador.
  
 
Restrepia striata.

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 Super easy and warm-tolerant. Blooms often. Good introduction to the world of pleurothallids. Single flowers emerge from leaf petiole and are striped all over with red-brown. 
 
2.00" pot / B.S.
$8.00

Can't go wrong!
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TD77 Restrepia xanthophthalma.
Mexico through Colombia.
  
 
Restrepia xanthophthalma.

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 Variable species is more correctly named R. muscifera. Ours is a broad-leaf form with very colorful flowers, red lateral sepals, dorsal spotted with red-purple. Flowers are produced successively in a fascicle at the base of the back of the leaf. Rewarding easy species. 
 
2.00" pot One only / B.S.
$14.00

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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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TD90 Scaphosepalum microdactylum.
Panama.
  
 
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 2" spikes have 4 or 5 hooded flowers opening successively. Light yellow, striped red. Lip red-purple.  
 
2.00" pot / B.S.
$12.00

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TD70 Scaphosepalum rapax.
Colombia..
  
 
Scaphosepalum rapax.

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 Sweet little 1" tall plants are very clumpy. Many pendant wiry spikes have small maroon spotted flowers borne singly. Gaping flowers have 2 fang-like sepaline tails. True miniature.  
 
1.00" pot Two only / B.S.
$15.00

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TD152 Scaphosepalum rinkei.
Venezuela..
  
 
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 Miniature clumping epiphyte has wire-like spikes which hold the single flowers out away from the plant (successively many flowered). Tiny 3/8" flowers are yellowish with an elongated red lip. This has just been described as a new species by Carlyle Luer. Most Scaphosepalum species have proven easy to grow in our intermediate climate and quite rewarding.  
 
2.00" pot / B.S.
$15.00

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TOF3329 Schombocattleya Louise Fuchs `Weesie' x self
  
 
Schombocattleya Louise Fuchs `Weesie' x self

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 (Schomburgkia tibicinis x Cattleya bicolor) Very nice showy hybrid! 3 - 6 large red waxy flowers with undulated petals and sepals. Flowers are held at tops of spikes as in Schomburgkia but much shorter therefore more manageable. We heard that one of our seedlings from a previous selfings just received an FCC/AOS in San Diego.  
 
3.50" empty pot
$14.00

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TOF3038 Schomburgkia lueddemannii `Really Really Nice' x self.
Costa Rica, Panama..
  
 
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 I actually do not remember what this looks like! The ‘Really Really Nice’ is the note I made on the seed capsule tag at the time. These are large warm-growing epiphytes with long spikes with heads of flowers at the ends. In general. lueddemanniii has narrow, very undulated petals and sepals which are dark red brown, the lip side lobes are red or lavender.  
 
3.50" pot
$15.00

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TOF3036 Schomburgkia tibicinis
Mexico through Nicaragua..
  
 
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 (Myrmecophila tibicinis) Giant-sized hot growing epiphyte has long inflorescences with heads of many successively-opening heads of three-inch fragrant orangey and magenta flowers.  
 
3.50" pot
$12.00
 
5.00" pot
$20.00

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TOF2677 Sobralia callosa.
Panama.
  
 
Sobralia callosa.

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 If you always wanted to grow Sobralias but were put off by their large size - then this is for you. This "mini-Sobralia" also happens to have the brightest hot pink colored flowers! Good-sized blossoms too. The mature parent plant is now about 18" tall and very clumpy. I think it had around 45 flowers at once displayed beautifully around the plant. Beautiful interesting foliage too. As you know, Sobralia flowers are short lived (one or two days) but plant blooms over and over from the same canes throughout a season (Fall/Winter). We are the first to propagate this rare and desirable species from seed.  
 
2.00" pot Cute plants
$12.00

Recommended.
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TOF3388 Sobralia sp. `Like atropubescens'
Ecuador.
  
 
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 Very similar to S. atropubescens - orangey sepals and petals with white margins. Pink in the lip with red in the throat. Very nice growth habit, smaller than other species. Nice bushy plants in 2.5” pot  
 
2.50" pot Two only
$12.00

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TOF3243 Sophronitis cernua.
Brazil.
  
 
Sophronitis cernua.

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 Dwarf sophronitis is really fun and easier to grow than others (warm-tolerant). Beautiful little plants stay small but clumpy. 2 to 7 flowers (1 1/8"), are a sparkling cinnabar red with yellow at base of lip. Several flowering seasons. 
 
Small 2.00" mounts / B.S.
$18.00

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TOF3093 Stanhopea embreei 'Original' x self.
Ecuador.
  
 
Stanhopea embreei 'Original' x self.

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 One of the most beautiful Stanhopeas. White porcelain with yellow "eye". Rare. Hardy species. Mature plants have many flowers per spike. 
 
3.50" pot
$22.00

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TD144 Stelis morganii.
Ecuador..
  
 
Stelis morganii.

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 Neat species has a climbing habit with multitudes of cream colored flowers. Nice - easy. 
 
2.00" pot / B.S.
$12.00

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TOF3115 Stenocoryne aurea-fulva.
(Bifrenaria aureo-fulva)
Brazil.
  
 
Stenocoryne aurea-fulva.

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 Small sized warm-growing epiphyte with strongly four-sided pseudobulbs and plicate leaves has 3 – 15 one-inch solid-orange flowers with red-striping in lip.  
 
2.50" pot / N.B.S.
$10.00

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TD434 Tolumnia sylvestris `Natural World' CCE/AOS
Hispanola and Cuba..
  
 
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 This is a division of our CCE/AOS plant which received Best In Show and the Governor's Trophy at our big County Fair Show a few years back. It had 1400 flowers at that time!. The pink color is pale, the value of this cultivar is really in the floriferousness and ease of culture. T. sylvestris carries more flowers per spike than other similar species. These low-elevation species grow dry and bright in bushes, grass, and on dead trees and cactus. For this reason we grow them hanging in empty net pots. The CCE plant hadn’t been touched n 15 years and was basically growing in mid-air.  
 
3.50" pot Two only / B.S.
$25.00

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TOF3414 Vanda Eisenhower `Huelo Sun' AM/AOS x self.
  
 
Vanda Eisenhower `Huelo Sun' AM/AOS  x self.

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 This is a selfing of an offspring (F2) of the famous strap-leaf cultivar ‘Yellow Bird’ AM /HOS which belonged to our Mr. Fukumura. It has insane large flat quality flowers, which are strong velvety yellow with some spotting. (Mr. Fukumura’s number was F690). He used this to make our famous V. Southeast Beauty ‘Huelo’ AM/AOS.  
 
2.50" pot
$8.00
 
3.50" pot
$12.00

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TOF3274 Vanda testacea `Bryon' x self
India - Indo China.
  
 
Vanda testacea `Bryon' x self

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 Uncommon small vanda species with many attractive 3/4" yellow or orangey flowers with purple lips. You and I are not going to grind up our orchids, but it is interesting to read about this: "Vanda testacea (Lindl.) Rchb.f. known as Banda or Rasna, an alkaloid rich epiphytic species of Vandaceous orchids, is widely known for its medicinal properties. Almost all plant parts (roots, leaves, flowers) in powder form or as an extract are used as herbal medicines to cure rheumatism, bronchitis, nervous disorders, piles and inflammations as well as a potential anti-cancerous drug." (A Highly Medicinal Value Epiphytic Orchid of India, Sebastinraj, et al, 2014) It is faced with extensive collections and habitat destruction pressures.  
 
3.50" empty pot
$15.00

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TD186 Zootrophion atropurpurea.
Brazil.
  
 
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 (Specklinia atropurpurea). Name refers to dark purple color. Easy to grow warm to intermediate pleurothallid has interesting flowers which don't fully open - like the other Zootrophions. Interesting species for sure. 
 
2.00" pot / B.S.
$12.00

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TD309 Zootrophion griffin
Ecuador..
  
 
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 Small size warm to cool-growing epiphyte from wet shady forests with attractive habit. As you know, Zootrophion flowers do not open and have only a small opening for the pollinator to get in - in this case looks like the eye of the griffin. Dark purplish flowers. This one is really creepy .... ha ha. Don't miss this opportunity. 
 
2.50" pot / B.S.
$12.00

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TD122 Zootrophion hypodiscus.
(Cryptophoranthus lepidotus)
Colombia, Ecuador.
  
 
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 Large flowers have purple blotches over pale background. Peer into flowers through long open windows to see dramatic speckling inside. Nice roundish green and purple leaves. (This just flowered for the first time, or at least the first time that I saw it – it’s really unbelievable, with flowers three times the size of other Zoo’s and more open also.) Limited. 
 
2.50" pot / B.S.
$12.00
 
3.50" pot
$20.00

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