Shop Fall Blooming Orchids
Very hardy plants that produce flowers throughout the year (Whenever new growths reach blooming size). Pleasantly fragrant, especially late in the day and early evening. Care: Intermediate to warm, bright indirect light, regular watering, and light feeding throughout the year with a drier rest period in Winter.
A small, epiphytic, vining (the only Anthurium that is a vine), creeper widely distributed from southern Mexico to Central and South America, where it grows in a variety of habitats, at altitudes between sea level and 2700 m. It grows a well-developed system of roots to support the fleshy stems with elliptical leaves, glossy green above and mottled brown below, an upright or sometimes pendent inflorescence followed by very attractive, lavender, pearl-shaped berries. Care: This is an easy to care for plant! Bright indirect light, temps 58°F-80°F, and regular watering and light feeding year-round. When repotting use 50/50 small orchid bark and soil, or any orchid potting medium. May also be potted in a hanging basket or mounted.
Brassavola nodosa x Anacheilium sceptrum
An Orchids for the People in-house hybrid!A very nice compact, upright, easy-to-grow orchid. The flowers are 1.5" wide with yellow petals and a wide, pointed white lip. The petals, sepals, and lip all have purple spots radiating from the center of the flower. The flower spikes produce 3-8 flowers.Care: Bright indirect light, intermediate-warm temps, regular watering, and light feeding spring-fall, with a drier rest period and no food in the winter.
Brassocattleya Valencia Beauty
Brassocattleya Valencia Beauty (Brassavola nodosa x Cattleya Interglossa). Well-established seedlings in 2.25" pots. 6-12 months from blooming.This is a rare plant and I currently don't have any photos but a google image search will find a few. I did include a picture of each parent. This is a remake of Brassocattleya Valencia Beauty using 2 great, large-flowered parents. The flowers will be star-shaped with long, slender petals and sepals and a broad, flat lip. The sepals and petals will be very light purple-pink with the possibility of dark, random purple spotting. The lip will also be light purple-pink but with many more purple markings. There is the possibility these flowers will be fragrant.Care: Bright indirect light, cool-warm temps, regular watering and fertilizer spring-fall, and let dry between light waterings in the winter.
Bulbophyllum Cindy Dukes
Bulbophyllum Cindy Dukes 'Best'. Well-established blooming size division in a 3" net pot. This plant is a primary hybrid (B. rothscildianum x B. putidum). Easy to grow Bulbo that produces 5"-7" long butter-yellow flower with purple markings and a hinged purple lip. Beautiful, big, impressive flowers! Flowers Spring-Fall in our nursery. Care: shade-indirect light (similar to a Phalaenopsis), regular year-round watering and light feeding, intermediate-warm temps.
Bulbophyllum dentiferum. These are fast-growing intermediate-hot climate orchids. They prefer partial shade and plenty of water year round. Plant produces a 6-8" spike with an umbel of 10-20 flowers. The flowers have a white background with purple spots on the petals, sepals, and lip! This plant does well in pots, baskets or mounted.
Bulbophyllum lopalanthum (syn. Sunipia grandiflora). Mounted on madrone. This is a large, well-established blooming size plant. This plant is fully rooted to the mount, no strings or wires to detract from the overall beauty of the plant. Mounted on a nicely gnarled 5" long madrone branch. Here's one for you mini and Bulbo growers! A beautiful plant with large (for the size of the plant) interesting flowers. The sepals and petals are clear, almost see-through, with purple stripes and tiny hairs along the margins. The lip is purple with a purple fringe on the margin. Flowers late summer to fall.Care: indirect light, cool-warm temps, and regular year-round watering.
Well-established blooming size division in 3" clear net pot.Blooms randomly year round with single flowered inflorescence that bears a burnt orange flower with dark spots. Flowers are about the size of a quarter. Care: Cool to intermediate temps, and likes shade to indirect sun. Regular year-round watering with light feeding.
Well-established blooming size seedling plant in a 3.25" pot. These plants are ready for mounting or hanging baskets (either is preferable to a pot for adult plants). Very Limited!The flowers of this species are unusual, even for a Bulbophyllum! Each flower is almost 3" long from top to bottom. The maroon background is darkest at the top and highlighted by yellow spots (it resembles snakeskin to me) and slowly fades to white on the bottom sepals. It's beautiful and weird at the same time! Flowers in the winter.Care: Prefers cool-intermediate temps, Indirect light, and moderate year-round food and water.
Cattleya Hybrid Seedling Special
Seedling special! 3 near blooming size Cattleya hybrid seedlings in 2" pots for $24! Grower's choice includes classic remakes of well know hybrids with our best specimen plants and new hybrids to the orchid world!
Cattleya Interglossa x Encyclia radiata
Well-established near-blooming size seedlings in 2.25" pots. If treated properly, these plants will bloom next year!Flower pictures are from both parent plants. We expect the plant size (compact), flower shape and size (1"), and a number of flowers per spike (5-10) to be similar to the E radiata parent while the color should be a little lighter and have spots (from the C Interglossa parent). These seedlings may even be fragrant. Remember, this is our best guess and everything will vary from seedling to seedling. Care: Bright indirect light, cool-warm temps, regular watering and fertilizer spring-fall and let dry between light waterings in the winter.
Cattleya Interglossa x Panarica brassavolae
Cattleya Interglossa x Panarica brassavolae. Well-established seedling size plant in 2.25" (1-2 years from blooming), and near blooming size plants 3.25" pot (may bloom this year, and definitely in 2023). We have been so happy with past crosses of interesting Catts and Panarica brassavolae that we did some more! Many of the past crosses have inherited the larger sepals and petals of the Catt and the showy lip of P brassavolae. Not only that, the colors have been very showy and many are fragrant. WIth this cross we are hoping for the addition of spots!Care: bright-very bright indirect light, intermediate-warm temps, regular watering and feeding spring-fall. A rest period in the winter is advisable with less water and no food.
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