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  • Anacheilium chimborazoense - Orchids for the People

    Anacheilium chimborazoense

    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. 

    $29.99

  • 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.  

    $24.99

  • Bulbophyllum pardolatum - Orchids for the People

    Bulbophyllum pardolatum

    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. 

    $18.99

  • 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

  • Coelogyne xyrekes - Orchids for the People

    Coelogyne xyrekes

    Well-established blooming-size plant in a 4" basket. Flower color, especially in the lip, may vary slightly because these are from seed, not divisions.  This is a beautiful plant with beautiful flowers! The flowers are formed on a pendant spike so it's best to plant this species in a hanging basket or pot to fully enjoy the flowers. The large, long-lasting flowers are approx 2.5-3" across. Petals are a very light rosy pink and the lip is brick red/cinnamon and the flowers are sweetly fragrant. Each spike produces 3-6 flowers successively. Each new flower blooms just as its predecessor is wilting. More mature plants will produce many flower spikes at the same time. It's a non-stop show for months!Care: Cool to hot temps, indirect-bright indirect light, regular year-round watering, and light feeding. The warmer the growing conditions, the more often it should be watered.

    $25.99

  • 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.

    $27.99

  • Dendrobium prenticei (syn Dockrillia lichenastrum) - Orchids for the People

    Dendrobium prenticei (syn Dockrillia lichenastrum)

    Large, well-established Dendrobium prenticei (syn Dockrillia lichenastrum) plant on a 5" madrone log. No strings attaching the plant to the log-only roots! If you are interested in miniature orchids this is a great, easy-to-grow species. The flowers are tiny but interesting if you have good eyes or a magnifying glass. The leaves and growth pattern are the main draw of this plant. The pointed, cylindrical leaves are reminiscent of a succulent and are spaced very closely together. Care: Bright indirect light, intermediate-hot temps. Regular watering and light feeding spring-fall with a dry winter.

    $23.99

  • Dendrochilum yuccaefolium - Orchids for the People

    Dendrochilum yuccaefolium

    This is one of the bigger-flowered Dendrochilum species. Each long, gracefully arching inflorescence produce up to 30 flowers each. This plant is quite a site when it reaches even close to specimen size when blooming! Generally blooms late winter-spring. Care: intermediate-warm temps, bright indirect light, and plenty of water year-round. 

    $27.99

  • 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 orchidspecies.com!) he found out low and behold there was such a thing. Thus began a twenty-five-year excursion through the orchid world.

    $18.00

  • Dracula felix - Orchids for the People

    Dracula felix

    Huge blooming size plant in a 3" net pot. The last time they bloomed they produced upwards of 100 flowers all at once! these are 10-year-old divisions from the same plant. The plant shipped will not be in bud or flower at the time of shipping.This species produces small (about the size of a nickel) flowers that truly have a monkey face! Flowers in the summer for us. The short flower spikes emerge around the margin of the plant. The flowers tend to open all at the same time so it looks like a whole pack of monkeys (albeit tiny monkeys!) staring at you! Not only that, each flower spike will produce 2-5 flowers in succession over a period of a couple of months.  Best if hung up in a basket but this is one of the few Dracula species that can be grown in a pot on a table.Care: Minimum low temp of 46° F and a high of around 85°F. 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.

    $89.99

  • Dracula houtteana - Orchids for the People

    Dracula houtteana

    Dracula houtteana in a 3" net pot. Most flower spikes produce 4-7 flowers sequentially. The flowers are medium-sized, 2" from tip to tail. The fungus-like lip is hinged and moves in the slightest breeze. Care: cool, moist, and shady. Minimum low temp of 46° F and a high of around 85°. Anything over 80°, keep the plant really wet.  We give our plants lots of light in the winter and lots of shade in the summer.

    $23.99

  • Dracula mantissa - Orchids for the People

    Dracula mantissa

    Dracula mantissa in 3" net pots, and specimen-size 4" net pots. Please note that plant may not currently be in spike or flower when shipped.  This species produces very small (about the size of a dime) flowers that truly have a monkey face! Flowers late winter for us and a plant the size of the one in this listing can produce 20-40 flower spikes all at once. Not only that, each flower spike will produce 2-5 flowers in succession over a period of a couple of months. The short flower spikes emerge around the margin of the plant and the flowers face down. When seen from below it looks like a pack of mini monkeys staring down at you! Best if hung up in a basket but this is one of the few Dracula species that can be grown in a pot on a table.These plants are wonderful to own if you can give them what they want. Care: Minimum low temp of 46° 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.

    $18.99 - $49.99

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