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TD142 Paphiopedilum gratrixianum.
Laos and Vietnam..
Paphiopedilum gratrixianum.

 Neat paph species.Solitary flower has a lacquered appearance and is held up high on an erect stem.Showy dorsal sepal is green and white with bold maroon spots.Honey yellow waxy petals and a glossy yellow-tan pouch. A terrestrial that is located well-inland - grows in colonies all clustered together. 
3.50" pot Two only. / B.S.

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TD465 Phaius pulcher.
(Gastrorchis pulchra.)
Phaius pulcher.

 Showy and colorful white flowers with full rose colored lip. One of the easier to grow Gastrorchis. Intermediate temperatures and moderate to low light.These plants are terrestrials and should be potted in a loose terrestrial mix. The plant blooms in February through March and the flowers are moderately long-lasting. 
3.50" pot Three only

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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
2.50" pot 6"- 8" leaf span

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TD114 Platystele reflexa.
Platystele reflexa.

 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.

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TOF3067 Plectrelminthus caudatus.
West Africa..
Plectrelminthus caudatus.

 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
3.50" pot

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