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TD386 Bulbophyllum rothschildianum `Geoff'.
China, India, Assam..
  
 
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 Photo of ‘Red Chimney’ in our website gallery. China, India, Assam. Another less-common variety of the fantastically showy red-purple flowered B. roth. Different from ‘Red Chimney’ – perhaps fuller segments and slightly different colors. The species was found in a box of nearly dead orchids arriving in England in 1892, said to be found in the hills above Darjeeling. The plants were sent on to Lord Rothschild and flowered in 1895. (From the Orchid Review Dec. 1922 and featured in Bill Thom’s fascinating and entertaining book ‘Bulbophyllum – The Incomplete Guide; From A To Why?’)  
 
5.00" pot / B.S.
$35.00

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TD232 Bulbophyllum rothschildianum ‘A-Doribil’ FCC/AOS.
Southern China, India, Assam. .
  
 
Bulbophyllum rothschildianum ‘A-Doribil’ FCC/AOS.

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  Most people are familiar with the famous FCC clone ‘Red Chimney’. The distribution of this clone ‘Adoribil’ has been much more restricted. Very full umbels of up to eight large red flowers, each with very frilly fringed tops (of the dorsal sepals). For Bulbo fanatics. Division.  
 
3.50" pot
$30.00
 
5.00" pot / B.S.
$65.00

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TD429 Calanthe kintaroi `La Rocaille' CBR-CCM/AOS
Ryuku Islands, Southern Japan.
  
 
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 Not at all the same thing as C. sylvatica, as some have suggested. I just read that it may be "an ancient stabilized natural hybrid between two lovely species masuca and triplicata". Really nice vivid purple-colored flowers, many to a head, on tall erect spike. Beautiful lush foliage too (it is an ever-green type). Easy to grow with moisture and shade. Large plants. 
 
3.50" pot / B.S.
$25.00

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TOF3045 Cattleya aclandiae 'Natural World' x self.
Brazil..
  
 
Cattleya aclandiae 'Natural World' x self.

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 Dwarf epiphytic species is still in demand. Tough little plants produce terminal inflorescences with one or two large (for the plant size) waxy long-lasting flowers. Sepals and petals are greenish yellow, covered with maroon blotches. The showy lip is whitish around the column grading to beautiful amethyst. From rather dry areas near the coast. Good seedlings. 
 
3.50" empty pot / N.B.S.
$14.00

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TOF3124 Cattleya bowringiana v. coerulea `Blue Angel' HCC/AOS x self.
Belize, Guatemala..
  
 
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 (Syn: C. autumnalis) Rare in nature. Five to twenty 3" flowers per stem, beautiful orchid-blue in this variety. The flowers are beautiful light blue-purple, with a darker blue-purple ring on the lip. “Plants of this species regularly flower in the fall or early winter, hence one of its names, autumnalis." (Withner, 1988) Tolerant of heat, sun and low humidity. Very important to us, as it blooms right on schedule for our big County Fair Orchid Show in early October. 
 
3.50" pot / N.B.S.
$18.00

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