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.
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.
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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.
Well-established seedlings in 2" pots. This is an in-house hybrid and available exclusively from Orchids for the People!This is a sibling cross of 2 interesting species. Epi coronatum is a medium sized plant with large (for an Epi, 1.5+") creamy white, fragrant flowers. Enc cordigera is a medium sized plant with 3" dark purple fragrant flowers. We have no idea what they are going to look like but are hoping for rather large, fragrant flowers on a fairly compact plant.
Near blooming-sized seedling in a 4" octagonal basket. 6-12 months from flowering. The reverse hybrid is registered as Stanhopea Nina Rach but I could find no images of it. Expecting large flowers, hopefully with a bright yellow/gold background and plenty of brick red splotches.Care: Cool to warm temps and low to medium light. Regular watering year-round but allow to dry slightly between waterings.
Well-established seedlings in 2.25" pot, approximately 12-24 months from blooming.This plant produces beautiful long (over 12"), fleshy, folded, pendant blue-green leaves. The large flowers have a white lip and yellow-green petals. There are usually 3-5 flowers per stem and they are fragrant (citrus/jasmine smell), especially at night. Usually flowers anytime a leaf matures, which can happen multiple times a year. Prefers to be mounted or in a hanging basket.Care: Prefers cool-intermediate temps and bright indirect light. Regular watering and light feeding year-round, with a short dry period in between waterings.
Large, well-established near-blooming size plant in a 3.25" pot. These seedlings may bloom this year, definitely in 2023. The flower picture(s) are the 2 parents of this new hybrid. We do not have flower photos of these babies yet but we expect big, soft pink flowers with darker pink spots and lip. The new growth has dark pigment spots which is indicative of spotted flowers. Fast growing and showing great hybrid vigor! Care: Bright indirect light, regular watering and light feeding spring-fall with a slight drying period in the winter.