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  • Last stock! Coelogyne mooreana - Orchids for the People

    Coelogyne mooreana

    Coelogyne mooreana ('Brockhurst' FCC/RHS x Jungle collected clone). Two sizes: Well-established blooming size 3 bulb division in a 3.25"pot. Please note: we cut all the top 1/2 of all old leaves off. This prevents the plant from flopping around while new roots anchor it. 2.25" seedling Flower multiple times a year. These plants are somewhat hard to find and we are happy to have them available, if only for a short time! Seedlings are expected to bloom in 12-18 months from blooming.The flowers on these plants are better than'Brockhurst'  FCC/RHS! Beautiful flower from Vietnam. These grow best in cool to intermediate temps with partial shade. The crystalline white flowers have an orange throat. Beautiful fragrance! Each spike carries 3-8 flowers. Spring-Fall bloomer. Cool to warm temps, likes to be watered year-round, and prefers bright indirect light. 

    $15.99 - $26.99

  • Last stock! Stelis argentata - Orchids for the People

    Stelis argentata

    Well-established blooming size plant in a 2.25" pot.  This unusual species creates 10-40 tiny flowers per spike. Each flower will fit on your pinky nail. The flowers are maroon-red with a white, furry border. It reminds me of a string of small buttons. The plant multiple times a year! If you keep them happy (cool-wm, moist and in bright shade) these plants grow like grass! Great for vivariums.


  • Last stock! Masdevallia yungasensis - Orchids for the People

    Masdevallia yungasensis

    Masdevallia yungasensis 'Peppermint' AM/AOS. Well-established blooming size plant in a 2.25" pot. This is a beautiful little orchid! White flowers with red stripes that start in the throat and converge at the tepal. It's a very unique look. Winter bloomer.Care: Cold-intermediate temps, shade and regular watering and light fertilizer throughout the year.


  • Last stock! Epidendrum fimbriatum - Orchids for the People

    Epidendrum fimbriatum

    Well-established near-blooming size seedlings in 2.25" pot pr mounted on madrone wood!Epidendrum fimbriatum is a very small (12-18"), cool growing species from the Andes region of South America. Once mature this plant produces little white flowers with purple dots year round. Care: cold-intermediate temps, indirect light, high humidity, and lots of airflow.  

    $15.99 - $16.99

  • Last stock! Panarica (Encyclia) brassavolae - Orchids for the People

    Panarica (Encyclia) brassavolae

    Very limited quantities! Well-established blooming size plant in a 3.25" pot. These started out as 2 pseudobulb divisions last year and now have at least 1 new pseudobulb that has flowered. These plants are ready for 6" pots or baskets.In our humble opinion, one of the prettiest and showiest of the "Encyclia group" (it's been called Encyclia, Prosthecea, and Panarica in the last decade so take your pick of names!). The flowers, which are 4"+, are without a doubt some of the largest flowers of the group. Each 18-24" flower spike will have 8-14 flowers that open simultaneously. Plus they have a nice, light fragrance in the evening!Easy to grow and very forgiving. Care: cool-warm temps, bright indirect light, regular watering, and fertilizer spring-fall with a drier winter.


  • Panarica brassavolae x Anacheilium radiatum (syn Encyclia brassavolae x Encyclia radiata) - Orchids for the People

    Panarica brassavolae x Anacheilium radiatum (syn Encyclia brassavolae x Encyclia radiata)

    Panarica brassavolae x Anacheillium radiatum. Well-established large Blooming Size plants in 3.25" pots.A neat, unusual hybrid. It kinda looks like a big, weird radiatum with a lot more flowers per spike. A very vigorous and floriferous plant. Sweetly fragrant.Care: Cool-warm conditions with bright indirect light. Flowers late summer to late fall. This is our exclusive cross and we have a limited amount of these seedlings so when they are gone they're gone!


  • Pleurothallis teageui - Orchids for the People

    Pleurothallis teageui

    Well-established near-blooming size plants in 3.25" pots. This is one of the largest species of the genus (some taxonomists place it into the genus Acronia).  The leaves, which are reddish-purple when young, can be almost 18" across and 24" tip to top. Flowers in the summer with as many as 20 quarter-dollar-sized flowers emerging at the top of the leaf and resting on the leaf. Each long-lasting (years) leaf will flower multiple times. If you have the room it really is a stunning plant.Care: Cool to warm temps, regular watering throughout the year, and prefers a moderately shady spot.


  • Cattleya Interglossa x Panarica brassavolae - Orchids for the People

    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.  

    $12.99 - $18.99

  • Last stock! Bulbophyllum dentiferum - Orchids for the People

    Bulbophyllum dentiferum

    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.


  • Last stock! Dendrobium Pauline Rankin - Orchids for the People

    Dendrobium Pauline Rankin

    Dendrobium (speciosum x tetragonum) x D tetragonum: Blooming size in 3.25" pot We remade this beautiful hybrid a couple of years ago and have been very happy with the results. These plants started blooming at a really small size and have remained compact (the new canes are currently 4-6" long). And the stems are square! D. tetragonum (one of the parents) has slender, square stems but these are big blocky square stems.The star-shaped flowers are yellow with beautiful red markings on the sepals, petals, and lip. The number of markings vary from plant to plant. Plus, the flowers are huge for the size of the plant! The first time they flowered each spike had 2 flowers and this time around they had 4 so chances are the flower count will continue to go up as the plants mature. Care: Bright indirect light, moist and warm in the summer, cool and drier in the winter.


  • Bifrenaria harrisoniae - Orchids for the People

    Bifrenaria harrisoniae

    1-2 flowers are produced on new pseudobulbs in the spring and summer. Each white flower is approximately 3" across. The purple lip is covered with white hairs. The flowers are beautiful and the fruity fragrance is amazing! Care: Intermediate to warm temps, bright indirect light, regular watering, and a light feeding spring-fall with a much drier winter rest period.  One word of caution: these plants do not like to be repotted as they get older (they'll stop flowering for a year or so) so don't do it often, do it gently, and use a really good medium when you do it! Also, this orchid grows warm and needs a dry winter rest after which, one should resume watering and fertilizer as the new growth appears in the spring.  


  • Last stock! Dracula benedictii - Orchids for the People

    Dracula benedictii

    Dracula benedictii. Recently repotted blooming size plant in a 3" net pot. This species produces small (about the size of a quarter with sepals that are 1" long) mahogany colored (white on the backside of the sepals) flowers that truly have a monkey face! Flowers late winter-summer for us and a plant the size of the one in this listing can produce 5-10 flower spikes all at once. Not only that, each flower spike will produce 2-4 flowers in succession over a period of a couple of months. The 2-3" flower spikes emerge around the margin of the plant and head down and hug the basket. The flowers face down. When seen from below it looks like a pack of dark-furred mini monkeys staring down at you! should be hung in a basket.These plants are wonderful to own if you can give them what they want. Dracula culture is simple; cool, moist, and shady. Minimum low temp of 46 degrees F and a high of around 85. Anything over 80, keep the plant really wet. We like to water them morning and evening at least a couple of times a week in the summer. Folks with greenhouses that have swamp coolers grow them directly in front of the cooler. We give our plants lots of light in the winter and lots of shade in the summer. The nice thing about this group is if you can grow one Drac you can pretty much grow them all. Like their cousins the Masdevallias, when these plants are happy they grow like weeds and are prolific flowerers. Here at Orchids For The People we love our Draculas! This group of orchids is one of the reasons the boss initially became interested in growing orchids. When a professor of his told the story of Dracula vampira, no one in the class believed anyone could give a plant such a crazy name. After a little research (this was before!) he found out low and behold there was such a thing. Thus began a twenty-five-year excursion through the orchid world.


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