Shop Winter Blooming Orchids
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.
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.
Well-established blooming size plant in a 3" net pot.Dime-sized flowers with .5" tepals and the sepals are hairy on the inside. The fungus-like lip is hinged and moves in the slightest breeze. Can bloom any time of the year!Care: Shade-indirect light, cool-intermediate temps, high humidity and good air movement, water enough to keep moist at all times and light feeding year-round.
Large, well-established blooming size plant in a 3.25" pot. A plant this size will typically produce 20-30 flowers when it blooms. Very limited quantities! A small, fast-growing plant that flowers repeatedly late fall-spring. Great for terrariums, vivariums, small grow spaces, and anyone who loves minis! This is a lovely miniature species! Tiny Masdevallia-like flowers that have a light green background with red spots. Rarely seen for sale and is a great addition to any Pleurothallid or cool climate collection. Care: Best kept on the cool side (but doesn't mind intermediate temps) and moist.
$15.99 - $27.99
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
Well-established blooming-size plant on an approximately 4" log. Mounted on madrone, the shape and size of the wood will vary from log to log.A really nice little mini orchid, E. longirepens, is a stout plant that will cover this mount in no time! The petals are translucent crystalline green with a slight mahogany blush. The lip is chartreuse green with a light mahogany line around the margin.Care: bright indirect light. Regular year-round watering and light feeding with a short dry period between waterings.
Epidendrum neoporpax. Well-established blooming size plant in a 3" net pot. We love this plant! It mats into a specimen in a short time. Flowers several times a year and we call it the "baboon butt" flower for obvious (to me :) reasons. This is a great orchid for vivariums and small growing spaces! Care: Easy to grow in moderately bright to partial shade conditions. Like to be mounted either vertically or horizontally. Moderate water all year.
Well-established, near-blooming size seedlings in 3" net 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.
Well-established blooming size plant in a 3.25" pot. A cute, easy-to-grow Eria species.The buds develop a wooly exterior before opening to reveal a beautiful 1/2", creamy-white flower with distinctive red venation. Nonresupinate flowers. Flowers winter-spring.The medium-small plant has pseudobulbs that are almost Hershey Kiss shaped (globose) and are initially covered by a mahogany-colored sheath. Each bulb has 1 or 2 dark green shiny leaves. Great for pots, hanging baskets, or mounting.Care: cool-warm temps, bright indirect light, year-round regular watering.
Small, well-established blooming size plants mounted on Madrone.Beautiful white, crystalline white petals and sepals with a purple lip. The upper sepal twists and juts forward and resembles a mohawk. Very light fragrance. Spikes produce up to 20 flowers when fully mature (the plants in this listing are seedlings flowering for the first time last year). Terete leaves are 6-8" long. Branches when mature and develops into an open, shrubby plant. Care: Intermediate-warm temps, bright indirect light, regular (every 1-2 days) watering spring-fall with a slightly drier winter rest. Regular light feeding spring-fall. Best mounted or grown in a basket.
Well-established blooming size plant in a 2.25" pot.This Masdevallia produces compact, fleshy flowers that are crystalline white in the center, 4 purple stripes in the top sepal, and yellow tepals. One of the easier-to-grow Masdevallias for people who live in warmer climates. Flowers in the early summer and then again in the winter in our greenhouse.Care: Regular year-round watering and light feeding, shade-indirect light, and cool-warm temps.
Well-established blooming size plant in a 3.25" pot. This is one of my favorite "weird" orchids! The growth habit is unusual in that it climbs, producing new pseudobulbs above the last mature pseudobulb on stiff, short rhizomes. They appear to be monopodial (they're not, they also produce new growth at the base of the plant, but most of the new growth emerges at the top of the plant). In addition to the weird growth habit, the flowers are bizarre! Many (30-50+) small, fragrant white flowers emerge from around the base of new pseudobulbs. It looks like they are exploding out of the plant, alien-style! Care: Cool-warm temps, shade-indirect light, and regular year-round watering and light feeding.