Species 

CODES:  ss = seedling size; ls = large seedling; nfs = near flowering size; fs = flowering size

 

Species page last updated September 18, 2017

 

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 PLANT

 PARENTAGE

 DESCRIPTION

 PRICE

  Aerangis articulata Species

Miniature from Madagascar. Produces long sprays of pristine white flowers

$28 fs

Currently Unavailable

Aerangis biloba Species

A lovely and easily grown species, this plant will do well either in a pot or on a mount. The pendent spikes have up to twelve, very starry, 1" wide, glistening white flowers, with pink tips on the segments, with a long spur.

$28 fs

Currently Unavailable

Aerangis clavigera Species Small white star shaped flowers with very long spurs. Compact plants that do best mounted. $28 nfs

Limited

 

Aerangis fastuosa Species Miniature species. The flowers are large, long lasting and fragrant at night and occur in the late winter and spring on a short, 2" [5 cm] long, 1 to 6 flowered inflorescence. $28 fs

Limited

  Aerangis mystacidii species Although the plant is tiny, the spikes can get to 12 in. long and bear up to 24 small white flowers with a pink tinge in the spur. Fragrant. $26-28 fs
Aeranthes grandiflora Species Species from Madagascar. Flowers cream merging to yellow, Long spurred and fragrant. Best grown in a basket or small pot, warm and shady. $28-30 fs

Limited

  Aeranthes (Staurochilus) ramosa Species Miniature species from South East Asia. Flowers are large for the size of the plants, and are a somewhat translucent white to pale green. Fragrant. $28-30 fs
Aerides flabellata Species Compact species. Yellow to tan flowers, with red overlay on sepals and petals; lip overlaid with pink, with darker pink to lavender markings. $26-28 nfs

Limited

Aerides houlletiana Species Yellow and cream flowers with purple lip - many flowers on long spike - Scented. $24 ss
Angraecum bosseri Species This species is still considered by some to be a small-growing and smaller-flowered form of Angcm. sesquipedale. As an adult it will not reach more than 12" in height. The flowers are quite similar to Angcm. sesquipedale, but are only 6" across.

$36 fs

  Angraecum comorense Species Petals and sepals will range from pale green to white. The lip will be pure white. Flowers will have heavy substance and a waxy texture. $28 ls
Angraecum elephantinum Species Compact plant with dark green leathery leaves - one or two enormous waxy blossoms dwarf the plant - white sepals and petals are tinged with peach - lip is snow white. $28-30 fs
  Angraecum germinyanum Species Variable sized species. Generally will have multiple flowers that are large (up to 5 inches) with the lip being white and the petals and sepals more of an light amber colour. Fragrant. $28-32 nfs
Angraecum magdalenae species Ivory-white flowers with extremely heavy substance, with a spur that will be in shades of apple green and having an attractive spicy fragrance. $26 ls
  Angraecum praestans species Species from Madagascar that can grow up to 12 inches in height. Generally there are 3-5 white to off white flowers on an inflorescence, each flower carrying a long spur. $26-28  ls

Limited

Angraecum sesquepedale Species These can become quite large plants. They produce single upright stems with large fragrant ivory blooms up to 7" across. The blooms have a spur almost one foot long hanging from each bloom. They are also called the "Star of Bethlehem Orchid." Winter flowering. Madagascarian species. $32  ls

Currently Unavailable

Angraecum vigueri species Spectacular small to medium sized species  - produces growths from near the base of the plant with age. The large and very waxy blooms are unusually coloured  - flowers are off white to tan in colour. Fragrant. $28 nfs

Currently Unavailable

  Ascocentrum (Vanda)ampullaceum Species Miniature vandaceous plant having bright, rich rose or rose magenta flowers.  $28-30 fs
Ascocentrum miniatum Species This species produces a multitude of orange flowers on upright spikes $28 fs
  Ascocentrum pusillum Species Miniature species from Thailand and Vietnam. Flowers are pale pink to lavender $26 nfs

Currently unavailable

Aspasia lunata "Drayton" Species This aspasia is distinctive for the violet on it's white lip. Petals and sepals yellow green with chocolate barring. Summer blooming. Brazilian Species.  

$25- 28  fs

Limited

 Baptistonia echinata  Species This species is native to Brazil. The plant is quite compact and easy to grow . Intermediate to warm conditions with dappled light is required.  The flowers are a bit like bees in flight. $28 fs
Bifrenaria tyrianthina Species The slightly cupped flowers large, showy and long-lasting and have sepals and petals that are coloured rose to purple-violet with a much deeper coloured lip. $32-35 fs
Brasiliorchis (Maxillaria) picta Species Intermediate grower that can be grown mounted or in pot. Flowers are long lasting and fragrant, various shades of yellow with some purple spotting and striping. $35 fs

 

Brasiliorchis (Maxillaria) ubatubana Species Flowers can be quite variable on this species, ranging from bright lemon yellow to burnt red. Lip generally has red to burgundy spotting and should be in cream to pale yellow tones. $30-32 fs

 

Brassavola flagellaris species Brazilian species. Petals and sepals are white, the spathe lip is white shading to green in the centre of the lip. The branched infloresence grows to 6 inches (15 cm) long and produces up to 15 flowers. Flowers are fragrant. $30-32 fs

Limited

Brassavola glauca species Species with night time fragrance; waxy flowers are white to a pale green with a white to creamy lip and a very dark purple spot in the throat; a hardy plant and easy to grow; likes to dry out and in bright light. $28 nfs

$34 fs

 
Brassavola nodosa species Petals & sepals are light green, lip is white and quite large. Extremely fragrant at night. $35 fs

Limited

Brassavola perrinii species South American species that remains quite compact. The long lasting, star like flowers are fragrant. Petals and sepals are pale green with the lip white $30-32 fs

Limited

Brassia arcuigera species Very large, pleasantly fragrant, spidery blossoms with long, narrow, sharply pointed, and widely spread, stiffly extended segments. Sepals and petals are yellow to greenish yellow or greenish white when young, becoming orange-yellow with age. They are spotted or blotched with reddish brown near the base.

$32-36  fs 

  Brassia chloroleuca species  Sepals and petals vary from green to tan that become darker toward the base. The lip is white, shading to pale green. All segments have reddish spots/ blotches near the base, but spotting intensifies on the petals and the lip. $30-34 nfs

 

Brassia verrucosa species Sepals & petals are pale green spotted with dark green or red brown. Lip is greenish white with black green warts on the lower half.  Large flowers. Spicy fragrance. $32-35 fs

Very Limited

Bulbophyllum affine Species Soft, leathery foliage bears many 2" yellow blooms with many red/purple veining.  As do most Bulbos, this appreciates a lot of moisture when actively growing $28-32 fs
Bulbophyllum ambrosia Species Miniature plant. Flowers are white, pink striped and the spikes are held above the foliage. The plant has a pleasant, sweet fragrance and is particularly easy to grow. $28-30 fs
Bulbophyllum annandalei Species A compact species with flowers that range from crimson or yellow with pale red-brown stripes or dots. The lip is yellow/orange and may be heavily blotched with red spots. $26-28 fs

 

Bulbophyllum bicolor Species This miniature is a spectacular species with good-sized yellow umbellate flowers with lots of magenta stripes and spots. $28 fs
  Bulbophyllum biflorum Species Compact species carrying 2 large flowers that are quite large compared to the size of the plant. They are pale yellow with heavy red spotting and lines, especially on the dorsal sepal and petals.. $28 fs
  Bulbophyllum blumei (maxillare) Species A small, 5" to 7" tall species, which has single blossum on each infloresence. Flowers are large for the size of the plant and are red/purple in colour with some veination and yellow gold around the edges of the sepals $28-30 fs
Bulbophyllum carunculatum Species Large (3 1/2") green flowers with a deep purple (near black) lip. Can be grown potted or mounted. Prefers light shade. $28-32 fs
Bulbophyllum concinnum species Flowers are held in a semi circle. Flowers are somewhat star shaped, yellow to orange fading to cream at the centers. $28-30 fs
Bulbophyllum (Cirrhopetalum) cumingii species Species from the Philippines. Flowers are presented grouped in a 'daisy chain' and each is long, narrow, and straw-yellow. Very compact plant. $28 fs

Limited

Bulbophyllum dearii Species This form has reddish flowers which are about 3”, long lasting and waxy with a slight fragrance. Plants are compact and easy to grow. $28 fs
Bulbophyllum dixonii Species  Thai Species. Unusual white to yellow  flowers edged in deep plum with similar plum striping on the petals and on the lip. It blooms in the late fall on a spike with many flowers. $26-28 fs
Bulbophyllum echinolabium species The spike on this plant can reach up to 28” long and the flower is up to 16”! The flowers are quite stunning with a rather pungent fragrance. $30- 32 fs
Bulbophyllum falcatum species These deep pink and cream flowers, though small, are present very well on an elongated spike and are quite attractive. Miniature African species. $28-30 fs
Bulbophyllum grandiflorum (Syn Hylosema grandiflora) species Flowers which are green and bronze, are reticulated and can reach a size up to 7 inches! $26 nfs

$30 fs

Bulbophyllum graveolens species Bulbophyllum graveolens has large and attractive yellow/green flowers with bright red lip that can be almost 3 inches (7.5cm) top to bottom. This species is from New Guinea and does best under warm to intermediate conditions with bright filtered ligh $22 ss

$26 fs

  Bulbophyllum hirundinis species Miniature species from Vietnam and Taiwan. The long, slender flower spike holds 4-10 flowers in a 'daisy like' arrangement. Flowers are large for the size of the plant with lots of burnt orange and a yellow/gold lip. $26-28 fs
Bulbophyllum levanae (nymphopolitanum) species Species from the Philippines. Plant is relatively compact with yellow to tan flowers and are quite large for the size of the plant. $30 fs

 Bulbophyllum leysianum

 Species Miniature; low light; flowers are deep burnt  mahogany.

$28 fs

  Bulbophyllum lilacinum Species Compact species from Malaysia and Thailand. Flowers are white with purple spots to pale mauve and spotted with each spike carrying clusters of flowers. $28-32 fs
Bulbophyllum lobbii species This species is from Borneo, Indonesia and Malaysia. Its inflorescence is erect,  arising from a node on the rhizome and has a large fragrant yellow flower on each new pseudobulb held above the leaves. 

$28 nfs

$30 fs 

  Bulbophyllum longiflorum (cirr umbellatum) species Four to Six flowers are held in a semi circle. Flowers are long, yellow to green and covered with purple dots. Miniature. $26-28 fs
  Bulbophyllum longisepalum species Species from Papua New Guinea with large flowers that are quite exotic looking. Expect flowers that are up to 7" long and have a cream base heavily overlaid in mahogany to maroon tesselations. $26-28 nfs
Bulbophyllum longissimum species This compact plant has spectacular long petaled flowers reaching upwards of 11 inches in length! Fragrance add to the attraction of this plants.   $30 fs
Bulbophyllum makoyanum species This miniature produces stunning 'daisy like' yellow speckled with purple flowers that are pleasantly fragrant. $28 fs

Limited

 

  Bulbophyllum mastersianum species Species from Mollucas and Borneo. Expect intense yellow gold flowers with a hint of burgundy red dusting along the sepals whereas the petals will be more heavily overlaid burgundy red. $30-32  nfs
Bulbophyllum odoratissimum species South East Asian species. Flowers are pleasantly fragrant and are creamy white to pale yellow and sometimes have an orange lip.  $28-30 fs
Bulbophyllum patens species India, Thailand, Malaysia, Sumatra and Borneo Has a short arching inflorescence with overlapping yellow bracts with red spots. Blooms in late winter and spring with a solitary, somewhat scented flower. $28 fs

Limited

  Bulbophyllum pingtungense species Miniature species from Taiwan. Flowers are yellow to green heavily overlaid with red-mahogany spots and bars. $26-28 fs
  Bulbophyllum retusiusculum species Miniature species from Southeast Asia. The 1 inch flowers have bright yellow gold lateral sepals and small, deep purple petals and dorsal sepal arranged at the base of the lateral sepals. Striking. $26-28 fs
Bulbophyllum rothschildianum species Spectacular Species from India with an umbell of dark red flowers consisting of about 5 or 6 flowers, each about 10 to 12 cm long, dark red with much darker spots. $30-32 fs
  Bulbophyllum setaceum species Miniature Taiwan species. Flowers are green with striking orange highlights. $26-28 fs
Bulbophyllum sulawesii species Indonesian species newly described, sequential large spidery flowers that reflex back.  Flowers are in the green, tans and creams and quite unusual. $28-30 fs
Bulbophyllum sumatranum species Sumatran species. This large-flowered species has yellow or ivory sepals with dark red-brown spots. The petals are yellow to cream with red-brown stripes, and the lip is red-purple edged in yellow. $28-30 fs

Limited

Bulbophyllum taiwanense species Miniature species from Taiwan. Clusters of orangey brown flowers are help high above the leaves. 26 fs

Currrently unavailable

Bulbophyllum (Cirrhopetalum) vaginatum species Miniature species that has lots of fine, creamy white, lacy flowers. $28 fs

Very Limited

  Catasetum pileatum species This is the national flower of Venezuela. Sepals and petals are a light cream with suffusion and spotting of light pink. The lip is solid burgundy with cream center and burgundy spots. $28-32
Cattleya aclandiae species Cattleya aclandiae is a compact growing bifoliate whose large flat blooms, cream base with mahogany bars and a pink lip. Very waxy texture on relatively on short spikes. $26 ls
  Cattleya amethystoglossa species Brazilian species with tall canes carrying clusters of fragrant flowers that are creamy pink with darker red to lavender spotting and a very deep red/lavender lip. $28 32 nfs
  Cattleya amethystoglossa coerulea 'Caliman' x self species This Brazilian species has tall canes which carry clusters of long lasting, slightly fragrant blossom which are about 3 in. across. The Caliman parent has sepals and petals that are creamy white overlaid with blue lavender spots. $28-32  nfs

Very Limited

Cattleya aurantiaca species Clusters of rich orange flowers with some maroon spotting in the throat. Mexican Species. $30-34 fs
Cattleya bicolor species Cluster of tan to mohagany flowers with contrasting rich pink lip are held aloft tall pseudobulbs. Fragrant flowers. $26 ss

Very Limited

Cattleya bicolor var Brasiliensis species Cluster of deep mohagany flowers with contrasting rich pink lip are held aloft tall (up to 2 feet) pseudobulbs $26-28 ls

Very Limited

Cattleya chocoensis (quadricolor ) var semi-alba species Species from South America. Flowers are large (about 7`), bell shaped, and quite fragrant. These will flower white with either yellow or pink lips. $34 fs   

Currently unavailable

Cattleya dolosa var alba species Flowers will resemble Cattleya walkeriana in shape, with flat white flowers, pale yellow in the spathe shaped lip, on a mid sized plant. $36 fs

Limited

Cattleya forbesii Species Species from Brazil. Blooms are long lasting, fragrant and range from 2 1/2" to 4 1/2 " in size. Petals and sepals range in colour from apple-green through to a coppery tan colour. The lip is tubular, often with pink blushes and a golden yellow interior with mahogany markings. $32-35 fs
Cattleya forbesii var alba species Petals are cream to yellow and the white lip is tubular. Flowers are about 3 inches in size, flowering is mainly in the spring and early summer giving clusters of 3-5 on each spike.       $32-35  fs       

 

Cattleya gaskelliana var Alba

Note: picture is regular colour form, not alba

species Clear white flowers of very heavy substance with a deep yellow in the lip.     $28-30 nfs   

Very Limited

Cattleya granulosa species This Brazilian species has fragrant, long lasting glossy flowers that range in colour from green to a rich tan colour speckled with amethyst spots. Spathe lip is pink. $36  fs  

Limited

  Cattleya guttata species Fairly tall Brazilian species with closters of 3 inch fragrant flowers that have tan to olive coloured sepals and petals overlaid with irregularly shaped, deep maroon spots. The spathe lip is a rich pink to magenta. $28-32 nfs
Cattleya guttata var Granulosa (Lauro x Elidio) species Brazilian species. Flowers are fragrant and about 3 in. across. Sepals and petals are generally a tan colour with irregularly shaped, maroon spots. The backs of the sepals are usually free of spots, but the backs of the petals are sometimes spotted. $32-35 fs

Currently Unavailable

 

  Cattleya guttata var coerulea species Brazilian cattleya species. Lots of 3`flowers on each spike. Petals and sepals are generally a tan colour with dark maroon spotting. The lower half of the spathe shaped lip should be in varying shades of blue. $34 nfs

Very limited

Cattleya (Laelia) harpophylla species Many flowers are held high on tall slender pseudobulbs. Flowers are star shaped, with petals and sepals ranging from pale to dark orange. The lip is generally a paler shade of orange. $30-32 fs

Very Limited

  Cattleya harrisoniana species Mid-size plant, flowers are approximately 4 ½” in size, full shape and range in pale pink to deep lavender in colour. FRAGRANT, summer blooming. $28-30 nfs
Cattleya harrisoniana ('Volcano Queen' x 'Binot') species These should flower with sepals and petals that are a deep rose-pink. The lip cream-coloured with a hint of rose-pink. Flowers are large, about 4-5 inches across. $30-34 fs

Limited

Cattleya intermedia species The first to flower have had an intense an intense red purple lip on a nicely formed flower. Hoping that the others will have similar colour intensity and flower shape. $30-32 fs

Very Limited

Cattleya intermedia (Orlata' x 'Aquinii') species Cattleya intermedia 'Orlata' has an incredible, deep red lip and full shape and the 'Aquinii' clone has deep splashes on the petals. $28-32 fs

Limited

  Cattleya intermedia vinicolor species Relatively compact Brazilian species. Petals and sepals will be white to pale pink. Lower third and outer edges of the lip are a deep, dark, red. $32-34  fs

Limited

Cattleya intermedia ('Alba flamea' x 'Alba Haetinger') species This crossing should have given white flowers with yellow flares but all have been in the pink to blue tones with deeper coloured flares. $28 nfs

$35 fs

Very Limited

Cattleya intermedia 'Coerulea' species These should have white sepals and petals, some lightly suffused with light lavender-pink and a white lip suffused light lavender-pink and the lower portion blue/violet.

$34 fs

Limited

Cattleya intermedia var Orlata 'Rio' species Mericlone. Petals and sepals are a blush white with the lip being a darker magenta, rose. $30-32 fs
  Cattleya intermedia var Concolor 'Floralia' BM/DOG x self species This colour form has soft pink petals and sepals. Compact species that is easy to grow and flower. $26 ls
Cattleya jenmanii 'Coloured' ex Motes species This is a free flowering, dwarf species with a wonderful fragrance. Flowers of this species can range from pale to deep lavenders as well as coerulea clones. $26 ss

Very limited

  Cattleya jenmanii var coerulea species The blue form of this sought after South American species. Plants are relatively compact, with large, fragrant flowers. This colour form should have sepals and petalsthat are blue-lavender, the lip will be lavender accentuated by a golden throat. $28-34 fs
Cattleya kerrii species Very compact Brazilian species with flowers that can reach up to 3-4 inches in size. Sepals, petals, and lip sidelobes are rose-purple. $30-32 fs
Cattleya labiata var Rubra 'Aranda' species These should have sepals and petals that are a uniform rich deep lavender; with a dark purple ruffled lip. A much darker colour form than the regular labiata. $35 fs

Limited

  Cattleya labiata coerulea [(Do Ceara x Daimo) x Boa Form]) species Expecting petals and sepals that are in shades of pale lavender blue. However, the first to flower have had deep lavender flowers. $38 fs
  Cattleya labiata var Rubra (Roberto x self) species Brazilian species. Large 7" to 9" flowers that are quite fragrant. These should be a much deeper pink magenta than the norm given the Rubra parent. $34-36 fs

 

Cattleya labiata var Rubra species Imported from Floralia Orchids in Brazil. Ecpect large, fragrant flowers that are rich, dark red/lavender in colour. $34-36 fs
Cattleya labiata ('do Roberto' x Ipanema') species Large 7" to 9" flowers that are quite fragrant. Flower colour is variable but generally ranges from a light- to brilliant- dark lilac-rose. . The lip should be a darker magenta-purple and a yellow throat, $35 fs

Very limited

Cattleya labiata species This plant produces large flowers (5-7 inches) that are somewhat variable in colour. Sepals and petals usually are in differing shades of lilac rose and are quite fragrant. The lip is a magenta purple with a yellow throat. $32-36 fs
Cattleya labiata var Amesiana species This rarely offered labiata variety should have sepals and petals that are a light lavender-pink. The lip is also light lavender-pink but is striated with darker lavender-pink. Flowers are fragrant. $36 fs
Cattleya leopoldii (syn. C. tigrina,var Escura) species Cluster of flowers light to tan-brown held above the foliage. Petals and sepals spotted with maroon-purple. A highly variable species with many variations in colour and spots. Spathe lip is a rich, hot pink. $36 fs
  Cattleya tigrina (leopoldii) var Escura 'Pintada' species Sepals & petals light to tan-brown sometimes suffused pink, more or less heavily spotted with maroon-purple. A highly variable species with many variations in colour and spots. $34-36 fs
Cattleya loddigesii species Flowers should be pinkish mauve, slightly speckled with amethyst; with heavy substance and with a satiny glistening texture. $32-34 fs
  Cattleya loddigesii 'Aranda' AM/AOS x Aranda B species Flowers should be an even pastel pink with darker pink peppering; inside of lip white blending to cream-color with darker pink. $26-28 nfs
  Cattleya loddigesii var Punctata species Flowers will be rose-pink with some spotting marginally; lip pale pink and ruffled. This is a fairly compact South American species. $26-28  nfs
Cattleya lueddemanniana (Bianca x Aquinada) species Large lavender/pink flowers with dark lavender and gold throat. Fragrant. $32 nfs

$35 fs

  Cattleya maxima var Rubra species These should have deep purple lavender flowers with a tubular deeper purple veined lip. $35  nfs

Very Limited

Cattleya maxima species Sepals and petals will be a medium to deep lavender with a ruffled lip in dark lavender tones, overlaid with deep magenta veins. $30-32 nfs

$35 fs

  Cattleya maxima semi alba species South American species. Flowers are fragrant and long lasting and are about 5 inches in size. Sepals and petals should be white (though a few may be pale pink) with the long, tubular lip white heavily striated in dark violet to purple. $32 nfs  

 

  Cattleya maxima var coerulea 'Hector x self' species This selfing should give flowers with pale lavender blue petals and sepals and a lip more deeply veined in dark blue/magenta. $28 ls
  Cattleya maxima ('Darth Vader' x 'Tipo Escura') species The crossing of these two clones should give much darker pink flowers than is the norm for this species. $28-30 nfs
  Cattleya [Laelia] mirandae species This species has clusters of vivid bright orange flowers and is relatively compact. Originates from Brazil. $26 ls
  Cattleya mossiae species The National flower of Venezuela. The flowers are large (up to 8") and a stem can carry up to 7 blooms! Flowers are in shades of pink to lavender with a deeper lavender lip. . $26-28 ls
  Cattelya nobilor var Coerulea species Brazilian species that is quite compact but with very large, fragrant flowers. Colour should range from a soft lavender blue to a deeper lavender/blue. $32-35 fs
Cattleya percivaliana 'Thiago'

Note: Clone in picture is 'Summit'

Species This mericlone received a Silver Medal at the 19th World Orchid Conference. The flowers are large 12.5cm (5"), and each inflorescence can carry 2-4 large flowers. Fragrant. $28 ls

Very Limited

Cattleya porphyroglossa Species Sepals & petals may be yellow-brown to orange-brown with a faint reddish suffusion.  Fragrant. Large seedlings $26-28  ls

Very Limited

  Cattleya schilleriana Species Showy Brazilian species, warm to intermediate growing. This species does best on a slab of treefern, or if not available, a shallow basket with an open well drained media. Petals and sepals are a bronze colour whereas the lip is pink. $28-34 nfs
Cattleya schroderae Species Species from Columbia. Flowers are large (4"-5"), showy and very fragrant. Sepals and petals are a light rose to light lilac. Lip is a deeper colour with a contrasting orange/yellow blush in the throat. $32-35 nfs
  Cattleya silvana (albanensis) Species Some controversy as to whether this is a naturally occuring hybrid or a species in its own right. Petals and sepals are a pale lavender/pink and the tubular lip is a much deeper pink. $30 ls
Cattleya skinneri 'Hetti Jacobs' FCC/AOS Species Large clusters of purple-lavender flowers of sparkling texture. A medium sized species from Central America (national flower of Costa Rica). $36-38   fs
Cattleya skinneri v alba Species Clusters of white flowers with a pale yellow blush in the throat fading to a deep lavender within the throat. Mericlone. $36 fs
  Cattleya violacea var semi-alba 'Estriata' x self Species Compact species from South America. Flowers are long lasting, fragrant and quite large. This particular variety has white sepals and petals heavily brushed with magenta. The spathe lip is a solid dark magenta. $26-28 ls

Limited

Cattleya walkeriana (Dayanae Wenzel x Tipo Aranda) Species Two select clones of this fragrant species. Flowers are rosy purple to pink lilac in colour and about 4 inches across, the lip a richer colour with a white or pale yellow base and a border of amethyst purple. $36-38 fs
  Cattleya walkeriana (Jandir x Donna Nega) Species Strong growing plants which will produce medium sized star-shaped flowers fragrant flowers. The flower color will be rose to deep lavender and should be about 3 inches across. $34 fs

Limited

  Cattleya walkeriana "Best Grower' Species A new clone from Europe. Flowers are rosy purple to pink lilac in colour and about 4 inches across, the lip a richer colour with a white or pale yellow base and a border of amethyst purple. $34  fs
  Cattleya walkeriana var Coerulea Species One of the more fragrant Brazilian cattleyas. Plants are relatively compact, flowers are large and present well. Expect petals and sepals to be pale to dark blue lavender and the spathe lip will be a deeper blue. $30-35 nfs
Cattleya walkeriana (Donna Leda x Concolor) Species Another cross of the popular fragrant Cattleya species. Flowers are rosy purple to pink lilac in colour and about 4 inches across, the lip a richer colour with a white or pale yellow base and a border of amethyst purple. $36 fs 

Very Limited

  Cattleya walkeriana Tipo (Pink Smiles x Clara do Caliman) Species A crossing of 2 select clones of this popular Cattleya species. Flowers will be large in shades of pink, spathe lip is darker than the petals and sepals. Very fragrant. $28 ls
  Cattleya walkeriana var semi-alba Species  Expecting flowers with white sepals and petals and a contrasting bright red/ fuchsia lip. $32-35 nfs
Cattleya warneri (flamea x Orlata flamea) Species Flowers will have large, soft pink petals and sepals some likely with deeper magenta flares at the tips of the petals. The ruffled lip will be a much deeper pink. Fragrant. $36-38 fs

Very Limited

Cattleya warneri Species Brazilian species. Flowers are large, lavender in colour with the lower half of the tubular lip a much deeper lavender. Petals are relatively narrow. Fragrant. $34-38 fs
  Cattleya warneri var Concolor Species Brazilian species. This colour form will have large, deep pink flowers that are 6 inches across. Fragrant. $36 fs

Very Limited

Cattleya warneri 'Donna Lourdes' x self Species The best of these should have white petals and sepals with soft pink blush throughout the length of the petals and sepals. Quite attractive and unusual $35 fs

Very Limited

  Cattleya warscewiczii (gigas) 'semi alba' x self Species This species has some of the largest flowers of all the Cattleyas. Expect 4-7 fragrant flowers that are 4" to 7" inches across. Petals and sepals should be white with the lip carmine blending to gold in the throat. $26-28 ls
Ceratostylis rubra Species Expect lots of flowers on this miniature plant. Flowers are salmon to coral. Originates from the Philippines $26 nfs

Limited

Chysis bractescens Species Deciduous species from Mexico and Central America. Creamy white flowers are the norm (though there is a pink variety) complemented with a rich yellow lip.  $28-30  nfs

$34 fs

Cirrhaea dependens Species Flowers range from  apple green to red-brown, spotted and barred with dark brown or orange-red. The lip is lilac the column is white spotted with lilac. $28-32 fs
Cirrhaea loddigesii Species Brazilian species. Spikes are long, carrying up to 20 fragrant flowers which are similar  to those of Cirrhaea dependens (some believe that loddigesii is a variety of dependens) $28-32 fs
Cirrhopetalum fascinator species The blooms on this plant move, wave, and wiggle. Native to Laos, Burma, Thailand and Vietnam. The large flowers are deep red, petals and sepals are somewhat 'hairy'. $26 fs

Limited

Cirrhopetalum lasiochilum species A South East Asian species that has solitary flowers on a slender inflorescence that arises from each pseudobulb. Flower is white to cream, spotted with red. $28 fs
Cirrhopetalum lepidum species An daisy type flower, prefers warm conditions and blooms on a basal, slender, spike in the fall and is from SE Asia. Flowers are red spotted on a yellow/green base. $28 fs

Limited

Cirrhopetalum medusae species Bizarre looking flowers, white with masses of wiry tentacles. Quite fragrant and most unusual. On mounts. $25-28 nfs
Cirrhopetalum pulchellum species Daisy like  flowers pink to red tones . Native to Malaysia and Thailand. $28 fs
Cischweinfia dasyandra species  Miniature with flowers that have a striking pink/violet infused lip that contrasts with light green sepals.  $28 fs

Currently Unavailable

Coelogyne cristata species Cascading, fragrant, crystalline-white flowers with yellow lip. Limited. $32 nfs

$36 fs

Coelogyne huettneriana species White, fragrant flowers with a yellow lip that is accentuated with chocolate striping. $32 fs
Coelogyne lawrenceana species Species from Vietnam. Medium sized plant with flowers that are showy and fragrant. Flowers are waxy, long lasting with tan petals and sepals, white lip with red and gold at its base. $32 fs

Very Limited

Coelogyne massangeana (tomentosa) species Long chains of golden flowers each with a contrasting chocolate brown lip. Best grown in baskets so the flower spikes cascade down the sides of the pot. Intermediate to warm grower that needs bright but indirect sun. $35 fs
Coelogyne speciosa species Petals and sepals are yellow to tan with the lower part of the lip white and the upper lip tessellated and chocolate brown. $30 fs
Coelogyne viscosa (graminifolia) species Generally each inflorescence gives 2-4 flowers that are about 1 1/2" in size, These are white with yellow and red-brown markings on the lip $28-32 fs
Comparettia falcata species Miniature species with dark rose-to red flowers which can reach 1 in. in diameter. Best grown mounted. $25 fs

Currently unavailable

  Cycnoches barthiorum Species Species from Columbia. Lots of pale green to pink flowers that are boldly spotted in dark maroon. These plants can be grown mounted or in a well draining pot. Reduce watering in the fall/winter. Fragrant. $30 nfs

Very Limited

Cycnoches chlorochilon Species Cycnoches is allied to Catasetum and like them produces flowers that are male or female.  This plant has magnificent flowers that can be 5-7" across when mature. The bright green flowers also have a wonderful fragrance. $38 nfs

Sold Out

Cycnoches peruviana Species Relatively small plant with flowers that are pale green with maroon spots and an unusual white lip. Very fragrant $36 fs

Sold Out

  Cymbidium atropurpureum Species A fairly large cymbidium species that has upwards of 30 deep maroon flowers with a white lip held on long, arching spikes. Flowers have a coconut fragrance. $32 nfs

Very limited

  Cymbidium ensifolium "Cui-Yu" Species Fragrant Chinese species. Flowers have pale green sepals and petals accented with a red striping. Lip is cream with red spots. $35 fs

Limited

Cymbidium ensifolium Yu Hua Species Yellow - yellow green flowers with Pinkish-red to red stripes, red spots on lip. Highly fragrant flowers. Can bloom multiple times during the summer season. Leaves are light green with gold claw variegation deep into the leaves. $42 fs

Limited

  Cymbidium madidum "Larson's Green" species Cymbidium with pendulous spikes of yellow/green flowers that are slightly scented.

$25-28 ls

Limited

  Cymbidium sinense 'Rue Hua' species Variegated form of this scented Chinese cymbidium species. Flowers are a chocolate-red with a creamy red lip with dark red to mahogany spots. $40 fs

Limited

Dendrobium aberrans species Flowers are white though sepals may have a pink to purple markings. These will often flower twice a year. Quite a compact plant. $30 fs

Limited

Dendrobium aggregatum species Warm growing with 5 to 15 fragrant flowers, often on a pendant spike  that arises from nodes at the middle of the  cane. Flowers are a deep butter colour with the lip a much deeper gold. $32-35  fs
Dendrobium amabile species Sepals and petals are white suffused with pink, lip is creamy white overlaid golden yellow. Cascading flower habit is somewhat reminiscent of grape clusters. $32-35 fs
Dendrobium amethystoglossum species Clusters of flowers having ivory sepals and petals ivory and an amethyst lip. Best grown mounted. Species from the Philippines. $28-32  fs
Dendrobium antennatum species Called the antelope orchid. Flowers are white with lavender to purple striping on the lip, has twisting petals that reach up like antelope antlers. Up to 15 flowers, that are fragrant and long lasting, are held on a 10" long spike. $26-28 nfs
  Dendrobium aphanochilum species Deciduous species. Flowers come from nodes of leafless canes and are in clusters of 6-9 crystalline white blossoms. Fragrant Indonesian species. $26 nfs

Very Limited

Dendrobium aphyllum (pierardii) species Large, pale pink flowers with deeper pink veins in the throat. Fragrance of strawberries or raspberries. Plants need a drier period in the fall and winter as this plant is deciduous a species. $26 ls

Very Limited

Dendrobium bracteosum species Very long lasting flowers are produced low on leafless canes which can flower in successive years. Colors range from pale pink to fuchsia with an alba variety also being fairly common. $28-30 fs

Limited

  Dendrobium chrysocrepis species The flowers on this species are 2.5-3.8 cm across. Sepals and petals are golden yellow. This dendrobium has a lip resembles that of a paphiopedilum. It is deep yellow or orange in colour  with a dense covering of reddish hairs on the inner surface. $28 nfs

Very limited

Dendrobium chrysotoxum species Flowers are a rich yellow/gold and the lip is quite frilly. Spike is about 12" long and carries many flowers $32 fs
Dendrobium convolutum species A New Guinea species, Flowers are green with a vivid rich violet purple to chocolate purple labellum. Compact plant. $28 fs
Dendrobium cucumerina Species Australian miniature species. It has short, cane like pseudobulbs and cucumber like leaves on a slender creeping rhizome. Flowers are white with pink stripes. $28-30  fs

Limited

  Dendrobium dearei Species Fairly tall species from the Philippines. The flowers are quite large, showy and white except for the base of the lip which is yellow or chartreuse. Flowers can be very long lived and the plant often will flower more than once in a year. $28-30 fs
Dendrobium dickasonii Species A miniature plant with dwarf growth habit. The flowers are 5-6 cm across and are large for the plant. They are deep orange, showy, and brilliantly coloured. Sepals and petals may be cinnabar-red to flame coloured. The large lip has wavy margins with darker veins. $28 fs

Very Limited

Dendrobium farmeri species A wide-spread species from Vietnam, that produces dense, pendulous racemes of white (rarely pink) flowers with a golden lip. 

$28-30 nfs

Dendrobium (Dockrillia) fuliginosa 'Black Glow' x self species Flowers are a deep dusty wine red to dark purple in colour. Terete (pencil shaped) leaves. Grown both on mounts and in pot. $28 fs
Dendrobium gracilicaule species Australian species. Lots of fragrant (coconut scented) yellow flowers held on long graceful canes. $28 fs
Dendrobium harveyanum species A small sized species, best grown mounted. Blooming occurs in the winter and spring and the flowers are a rich gold colour, fimbriated lip and petals and are scented of honey. Deciduous. $28 fs

 

  Dendrobium johnsoniae species N Guinea, This small to medium-sized clump-forming species bears beautiful flowers which some consider the best in the genus. The 2.5" - 5" long-lasting, FRAGRANT blossoms are glistening white. The lip is white with purple lines. $28 nfs

Currently Unavailable

  Dendrobium jonesii (var Magnificum 'WOC' x Wrigley's Giant) species Australian winter flowering species. Flowers are about an inch in size but there are lots of them, white in colour and with a wonderful spicy fragrance. $28-30 nfs
Dendrobium kingianum var alba species Compact Australian species – profusion of white flowers  Compact plant. Prefers intermediate conditions and bright light. $26-28 fs
Dendrobium kingianum species Compact Australian species - profusion of pinkish-mauve flowers. Fragrant. $25-28 fs
Dendrobium lawesii species Flowers spikes are short, arising from the old and new leafless canes with several pendant, showy, highly variable flowers that occur most any time of the year. $24 ls

$28 fs

Dendrobium lindleyi (aggregatum) species Warm growing epiphyte with 5 to 15 fragrant flowers, often on a pendant spike  that arises from nodes at the middle of the  cane. Flowers are a deep butter colour with the lip a much deeper gold $26 nfs

$30 fs

  Dendrobium linguiforme (nugentii) species Species found in Australia and New Caledonia. Plant grows in near full sun. Spikes produce up to 30 spidery white fragrant flowers. Mounted. $26 ls
  Dendrobium moniliforme species Very compact Japanese species. The white, long lasting and fragrant flowers are marked with tiny red spots inside the greenish tube of the lip. $26-28  fs
Dendrobium moniliforme ‘Samurai’ species

 

Mericlone.  Flowers are generally white and marked with tiny red spots inside the greenish tube of the lip. Blossoms are fragrant and relatively long-lasting. $26-28 fs

Limited

Dendrobium nobile species White flowers with deep red in lip. Petals and sepals brushed with pink. $26 - 32 fs
Dendrobium nobile var virginalis species Pure white flowers with a hint of yellow in lip. $28  - 32 fs
Dendrobium parishii species Purple flowers, throat blotched with two maroon spots, VERY fragrant (smells like strawberries of raspberries). Deciduous. $28 nfs

Very Limited

Dendrobium (Dockrillia) pugioniformis "Dorrigo" species A pendant Australian species.  Flowers are greenish-white with pink highlights in the lip and are produced periodically throughout the year. $26-28 fs
Dendrobium ruppianum (syn jonesii) species Compact Australian species with spikes carrying upwards 30 white, spicily fragrant flowers. $28 -30 nfs
  Dendrobium sanderae var Luzonica species This species from the Philippines has tall canes carrying showy, crystalline white flowers with a throat that is marked with sharply contrasting red or plum-purple parallel stripes. $28-32 fs

 

Dendrobium scabrilingue species This species has sepals and petals that are green to greenish white when first opening then fading to a creamy white after a few days. Lip is green and orange. The waxy flowers are pleasantly fragrant and long lived. $28 fs
Dendrobium secundum species Clusters of light pink to deep red tubular flowers. Colours are brilliant and somewhat irridescent. $25 ls

Currently unavailable

  Dendrobium senile species Small plants with pseudobulbs covered by soft white hairs given the plant an unusual appearance. Flowers are bright yellow, waxy and are lemon scented. $26 nfs

Limited

Dendrobium signatum species White to cream coloured flowers with twisted petals and sepals. Purplish blotches near base of the lip. $26-30 ns
  Dend speciosum (Herberton x Daylight Moon) x (Desert Head x Windermere) species Flowers will range from creams to yellows with great texture. $28 - 32 nfs
  Dendrobium speciosum (Tony's #1 x "Daylight Moon" FCC/ANC) species Australian species.  Multitude of creamy yellow flowers. $28 - 32 nfs
  Dendrobium speciosum var curvicaule (Bottler x Daylight Moon) species The Daylight Moon clone is one of the best yet. Rich yellow flowers, good presentation. $32 nfs
  Dendrobium speciosum ‘Golden Flute’ species Golden yellow flowers some with burgundy spotting on the lip. $30 ls
  Dendrobium speciosum v curvicaule ('Palmerstone x Daylight Moon') species The Daylight Moon clone is one of the best yet. Rich yellow flowers, good presentation. Flowers are fragrant. $28 ls
Dendrobium sulawesiense species  Large hot pink flowers open flat. Bright orange anther cap provides a nice contrast. $32 fs

Currently Unavailable

  Dendrobium tangerinum species Species from Papua New Guinea. The tall canes carry long spikes of up to 15 flowers. The flowers have an 'antelope look' and range from orange, orange-yellow, or reddish with maroon veins on the sepals. Very long lasting flowers (up to 6 months). $28-34 fs
  Dendrobium tetragonum ('Red Lip' x 'Fiery') species This miniature Australian species has large flowers relative to the size of the plant, yellow with white lip, heavily blotched with red. Grow in bright but indirect light. Very fragrant flowers $25 fs

Very Limited

  Dendrobium tetragonum var Tetragonum 'Dark Star' x 'Flat Black' species Large flowers on a compact plant. This crossing should give darker than usual flowers that are yellow with white lip, heavily blotched with red. Grow in bright but indirect light. Very fragrant flowers. $25 fs

 

Dendrobium tetragonum var gigantea (syn Dend cacatua) species Medium sized species comes from Queensland Australia. It may be grown mounted or in pot. The large, green and brown flowers are quite fragrant. $26 fs
Dendrobium tetragonum var hayesianum species Flowers are usually a uniform greenish yellow in colour. Normally grows on trees in shady conditions though can tolerate brighter light. Fragrant miniature species from Australia. $26-28 fs
Dendrobium thyrsiflorum species Petals and sepals are white to cream coloured , sometimes with violet or rose highlights near the base. The funnel shaped lip is bight yellow orange and sharply contrasts with the petals and sepals. Very showy. $28 ls

 Very Limited

Dendrobium tortile species Pale violet petals and sepals, lip cream coloured and striated in purple. $28-30 fs

Limited

Dendrobium trigonopus species A relatively compact dendrobium species from South East Asia. The 5cm flowers are waxy, fragrant and long lasting. Sepals and petals are yellow and the lip is a darker yellow with green in the centera nd with red lines on each side. $28 fs
Dendrobium victoria reginae species Species from the Philippines. Flowers are "blue" and bloom from pendulous, deciduous canes. Will often re-flower on past years canes. $28 fs

Currently Unavailable

  Dendrobium williamsonii species The flowers of Dendrobium williamsonii are very fragrant,waxy, and long lasting. The flowers are ivory-white to cream yellow. The lip is blood-red central spot. $26-28 nfs
Dendrochilum glumaceum species A Philippine medium sized species that blooms in the spring and fall on an 12" long spike carrying many fragrant white flowers arranged in 2 rows, smelling of sweet hay. $30-32 fs
Dendrochilum gracile species Very compact species. Feathery flowers are held above the plant's foliage. Flowers are yellow to tan in colour with some mahogany striping on the lip. $28-30 fs
  Dendrochilum luzonense species Species from the Philippines. Gives a profusion of reddish flowers held above the foliage on tall, arching spikes. $28-32 fs
Dendrochilum magnum species Found in The Philippines as an epiphyte that blooms on an erect  20" [50 cm] long, many flowered inflorescence with the fragrant flowers arising in rank and file occurring in the spring and fall. $28 nfs

$34 fs

Dendrochilum tenellum species Originates in the Philippines. Plant gives a profusion of small creamy white to yellow and green flowers. $30-32 fs
  Dendrochilum wenzelii species Species from the Philippines. Lots of yellow to red flowers are held on each flower spike. Prefers somewhat shaded conditions with intermediate to warm conditions. $30-32 fs
  Dracula anthracina species Species from Columbia which is often referred to as the Monkey Orchid. Prefers cool to intermediate conditions with relatively shady light conditions. $30-34 nfs
  Dracula benedictii var hubeinii species Columbian species. Prefers intermediate temperatures and north or east exposure. Flower spikes produce several flowers in succession and can be white heavily marked with maroon to purple. $35 fs
  Dracula citrina species Columbian species. Flowers are cream to yellow with dark pink tails. $35 fs
  Dracula dalessandroi species Cool to intermediate Ecuadorian species that prefers a shady environment. Flowers are quite large compared to the size of the plant.and have a cream base overlaid by mahogany spots and bars. $35 fs
Dracula erythrochaete species Common name is the Red-Tufted Dracula & grown in shaded conditions at a temperature range of 14C at night and up to 20C during the day. Found in cloud forests in Panama and Costa Rica. $36  fs
  Dracula houtteana species Phillipine species. White petals and sepals that often are suffused with mahogany or purple toward the base on the inside. The sepals are overlaid with purple on the outside. Petals are white marked with mahogany or purple. The lip is white suffused with rose. $35 fs
  Dracula pholeodytes species Small, intermediate growing dracula which exemplifies the name 'Monkey Orchid'. Flowers can range from a mahogany colour to nearly black red. $34 fs
  Dracula psittacina species Columbian species. Flowers have sepals that are white suffused with orange, brown or purple toward the base on the inside surface, and are often dotted with purple. Another 'Monkey Orchid'. $34 fs
Embreea rodigasiana species Blooms with a pendant, 3 to 10" long, slender inflorescence bearing several sheaths, and large, solitary, fleshy, flowers. This species is best grown in a hanging basket. FRAGRANT!

 

$36- 42 fs

Currently Unavailable

Encyclia brassavolae species Beautiful species with long-lasting large cream-green blooms with pointed white lip, the tip of the lip being fuchsia-coloured. Grow intermediate, moderately bright to bright light. $28-32 fs
Encyclia cochleatum species Popular species often called the ‘cockleshell’ orchid. Long lasting greenish-yellow inverted flowers with lip striated in purple. Fragrant. $26-32 fs
Encyclia (Prosthechea )cochleata var alba species Shaped like the regular Encyclia Cochleatum but flowers are cream-colored accented by orangey pollen cap. The flowers are smaller than in the typical variety and the plant size is much more compact. Fragrant. $28-30 fs
Encyclia cordigera Species Compact species having flowers with mahogany petals and sepals with a deep red lip. $28 ls

Limited

  Encyclia cordigera ('Labelo escuro' x self) Species A selfing of a select plant of this desirable, compact, Mexican species. Flowers are 2-3 inches across, fragrant and long lasting, Mahogany petals and sepals with a darker than usual red lip $26 ls
Encyclia ionocentra Species Common name for this plant is the ‘Violet Blue Spur encyclia’. Petals and sepals are in the green tones with the lip white with violet/lavender blush. $30 fs

Very Limited

  Encyclia randii Species Brazilian species that produces an abundance of flowers with deep red/brown petals and sepals and a white lip accented by a red to rosy purple central veining. $28-43 fs
Encyclia tampensis var alba Species Species from the Bahamas and Florida. Flowers are fragrant, long lasting, with pale green petals and sepals and a contrasting white lip. Compact. $28 fs
Encyclia vitellina species Mexican species carrying long spikes of bright orange to red, long lasting, flowers. Intermediate conditions are preferable to grow these well. $28-30 fs

 

  Epidendrum bracteolatum species Ecuadorian species. Medium sized Epidendrum with white to ivory flowers and a yellow gold lip. Fragrant. $26 nfs
Epidendrum (Prosthechea) garcianum Species Compact species. Flowers are a cream colour heavily overlaid in rose spotting with the typical 'upside down' flower presentation. Spicy fragrance. $28-30 fs

 

Epidendrum fragrans Species This is a compact plant that produces 6-8 creamy white fragrant flowers with purple stripes $28-30 fs
Epidendrum porpax Species Miniature species. Flower are tan to green petals and sepals contrast with a very glossy purple to maroon lip and are disproportionately large compared to the size of the plant. $28 fs

Mounted

Limited

Epidendrum prismatocarpum species Central American species. Flowers are white with strong mahogany blotches, fragrant. $32 fs

Currently Unavailable

Epidendrum pseudoepidendrum species Showy green flowers, red orange lip. Flowers to 5 cm. Tall canes, pendulous spike. $26-30 fs
Epidendrum radicans species This is a reed stem species that is free flowering and carries a cluster of red/orange flowers at the end of an upright spike. Epid radicans has roots growing along the upright stem whereas epid ibaguense does not. $28-32 fs
Epidendrum stamfordianum var album species Southern Mexico to Panama; Colombia and Venezuela. An attractive species which normally produces showy spikes of 3/4 in. fragrant yellow flowers with red spots. Expecting most of the alba form plants to be pure yellow. Compact $28-32 nfs

Limited

Galeandra bauerii species Flowers have a tubular lip, pale blue/mauve in color, with contrasting mahogany petals and sepals. Deciduous. $28 fs
  Galeandra dives species Species form Columbia and Venuzuela. Fairly compact plant with bell shaped tubular flowers. Petals and sepals light to deep brown whereas the tubular lip can range from pale pink to red in colour. $28-30 fs
Galeandra leptoceras species Species from Columbia. Large tubular lip is pale yellow for most of its length but has a whitish band along the margins with some magenta to dark purple spotting in the center. Sepals and petals are oblong to strap-shaped and have sharply pointed tips, and are pale yellow/green to light tan in colour. Deciduous. $28 fs

Limited

Gomesa crispa Species This plant gives off a profusion of apple to lime green flowers with a lighter lip and column. Fragrant. $30 fs

currently unavailable

Gomesa (Baptistonia) kautskyi Species Very compact Brazilian species which flowers in profusion. Flowers are cream to yellow with mahogany spots and barring and are about 1.5 cm wide. Warm grower. $28 fs
Gomesa recurva Species Medium sized Brazilian species that produces arching spikes carrying up to 20 chartreuse flowers. Intermediate conditions with bright light but not direct sun is required. $28-32 fs
Gomesa (Baptistonia) silvana Species Compact Brazilian species. Spikes have between 6 and 20 flowers that are very showy. Dorsal sepal is a yellow gold merging into a deeper mahogany at the base. Sepals and petals are yellow gold marked with scarlet stripes. $28 fs
Gomesa (Baptistonia) widgrenii Species Brazilian species .Lots of 1 inch blooms that have have sepals that are yellow with narrow, transverse, red-brown bars, petals that are completely red-brown, and a lip with yellow lateral lobe and a red-brown midlobe. $28 fs
Gongora armeniaca Species Mericlone of a species with waxy, pendulous apricot flowers generally grown in baskets to accommodate the flower spike which hangs over the side of the pot. Very pleasant fragrance. $32-35  fs
Gongora cassidea Species Waxy chartreuse to yellow flowers with a deeper apricot coloured lip. Fragrant. $36 fs

Limited

Gongora chocoensis Species A fabulous new Colombian species which has some of the largest flowers in the genus. A spring flowering species that features a distinctive, spicy fragrance. $38  fs

Currently unavailable

Gongora dresslerii Species Large flowers that are cream coloured, spotted and are quite fragrant.  Very Limited $30 nfs

$36 fs

Gongora galeata Species A medium sized plant with spikes carrying 10-12 fragrant bronze to burnt red flowers and a yellow/orange contrasting lip. $36  fs

Currently Unavailable

  Gongora quinquenervis species Unusual shaped mahogany to brown flowers that are quite fragrant. Best grown in baskets allowing the multi-flowered inflorescence to hang down the sides of the basket. $36 fs

Very Limited

Gongora rufescens species Bizarre, fragrant flowers are spotted and blotched orange or red over yellow. Great for a hanging basket. Warm growing. $36-38 fs

Very Limited

Haraella odorata (retrocalla) species Miniature Taiwan Species, flowers are cream to yellow with purple blotch on lip. Quite fragrant. $26-28 fs

 

Helcia sanguinolenta species The many fragrant, long lasting, successive opening 3” flowers occur on a single flowered, arching to pendant, inflorescence Flowers are yellow/green base overlaid with mahogany bars. Lip is white with some lavender striping. 

$28 fs

Very Limited

Jumellea arachnantha species This is a medium sized plant with fan shaped leaves which send up many white, fragrant flowers from the base.

$30-35 fs

Jumellea comorensis species Flowers are quite large, with sepals in varying shades of light green; a long apple green spur and a waxy, satin white lip. Fragrant. $30 fs

Very limited

Kefersteinia tolimensis species Miniature plants that are easy to flower. Flowers are white to pale green, marked with mahogany. Frilly petals and sepals. Grow warm, with moderate light, evenly moist. $28 fs

Currently Unavailable

Kingidium (Phalaenopsis) chibae species Miniature. Flowers are cream to yellow with brown/mahogany spotting and barring. $26 fs

Currently unavailable

Kingidium minus species Found in Thailand and Burma as a miniature sized, warm to hot growing - blooms in the late summer and early fall. Flowers have a yellow cream base with lavender to purple striations. $26 fs

Currently unavailable

Laelia anceps var alba species Mexican species. Flowers are showy and held on long spikes. $28-35 fs

 

  Laelia aurea species A compact Laelia species from Mexico. Up to 16 blossoms held high on an upright spike. Flowers are showy , lightly fragrant, smelling of roses. Sepals & petals are an intense yellow whereas the lip is marked with a deep maroon spot in the center. $24 ss

 

  Laelia (Cattleya) bradei species Miniature Brazilian rupiculous laelia species. The full shaped flowers are lemon-yellow and are held above the leaves. $28 nfs 

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  Laelia dayana (Cattleya bicalhoi) var Coerulea species  Brazilian species. Petals and sepals are white to pale blue and the tubular lip is heavily veined in deep purple with the end of the lip a solid purple. $28-34 nfs

Very Limited

Laelia dayana (Cattleya bicalhoi) Species Very compact species from Brazil. Petals and sepals are pale pink to rosy mauve, and the tubular lip is heavily veined deep red with the end of the lip a solid red. $28-34 fs

Very Limited

  Laelia flava var sulina Species Brazilian miniature. Orange yellow to canary yellow flowers with up to 9 flowers on a spike $28 nfs
  Laelia lobata var alba species Large flowers (up t0 5". white with hint of yellow in the throat. $28-32 nfs
Laelia lobata  x L lobata var semi-alba species These are flowering rich pinks with a tubular lip the lower half of which is a much deeper pink. $34 fs

Limited

  Laelia lobata ('Jeni' x self) species Brazilian species, flowers are large (5"), fragrant, pale pink to  lavender petals and sepals with darker striated lip. $28-30 nfs

Limited

Laelia lundii

species Showy white flowers with red/purple throats - flowers are large relative the size of the plants, easy to grow, multiple growths from each old growth. $26 fs
  Laelia mantiqueirae(syn crispata) species A medium sized Brazilian species carrying clusters of deep pink to lavender flowers. $28 nfs

Limited

Laelia perrinii species Brazilian species with 4-6 inch flowers that can range from pale rose to dark purple in colour. This is not a high light laelia, preferring diffused sunlight. $30-34 fs
  Laelia praestans species Miniature species from Brazil. Flowers are large compared to the size of the plant (about 3 1/2") and are a deep pink with a much darker, trumpet shaped, lip. Fragrant. $28 ls
Laelia pumila Tipo species Rose coloured flowers, yellow throat and magenta edging on the lip. Brazilian species. $32-34 fs
  Laelia (Cattleya ) purpurata var anelata 'Adam' x self species The very large, fragrant flowers on this variety are white accentuated by a deep pink flush in the lip. $30-32 nfs
  Laelia (Cattleya ) purpurata (var 'Russelliana x Mandaiana') species This is a crossing of the Russelliana colour form which has white to pale lavender petals and sepals and a light violet to deep purple throat with the white flowered Mandaina variety which has a delicate pink coloration along the edges of the lip. $32 nfs
Laelia purpurata var carnea species White petals and sepals with a lip suffused in salmon/coral. $36 fs

Limited

  Laelia purpurata coerulea species Laelia purpurata has very large, open flowers. Petals and sepals are white to cream coloured whereas the tubular lip will range from slate to deep blue. $28-32  ls

Currently Unavailable

Laelia (Cattleya) purpurata var sanguinea x self species Flowers on the sanguinea form of this Brazilian species are nearly solid purple/magenta with an even darker lip. Large Plants $35-38 fs
Laelia (Cattleya) purpurata var striata x sib species The striata colour form of this Brazilian species should have sepals and petals white to pale fuchsia, and possibly striated pale magenta. Petals veined and blushed dark magenta and the lip should be a deep magenta. $38 fs

Currently Unavailable

  Laelia (Cattleya)purpurata Schusteriana species Brazilain species. Flowers are pristine white with the lip midlobe a dark amethyst. Large flowers. $28 ls
Laelia purpurata var werkhauseri species Brazilian species with large flowers, petals and sepals are white and the tubular lip is striated with blue/purple veins. $32 ls

Very Limited

Laelia tenebrosa species Brazilian species with large, showy flowers up to 7 inches across. Petals and sepals are generally copper to bronze in colour whereas the tubular lip is deep purple at the center flowing into a lighter purple towards the outside of the lip. $32 nfs
  Laelia tenebrosa var Rubra 'Caliman' species This clone will have much darker mahogany petals and sepals than the norm contrasted by a deep purple, and heavily veined, trumpet shaped lip. $34 nfs

Very Limited

Leptotes bicolor species  This lovely species is found in eastern Brazil. The sepals and petals are white and the lip is light to deep purple in the middle and white towards the outer margins. The flowers are amazingly large compared to the size of the plant. $26-28  fs
Leptotes unicolor species Leptotes unicolor is a Brazilian miniature which produces disproportionately large pendant flowers. The nearly terete leaves are only 1-1/2-inch (4cm) long and the pale pink flowers can be an inch (2.5cm) across. A mount is a necessity to allow the plant to grow naturally. $26 fs
Lockhartia lunifera species This plant has most unusual serrated leaves. Flowers are yellow with the lip often having red highlights. $26-28 fs
  Ludisia discolor species An easy to grow terrestrial orchid known for its striking foliage. Bright salmon coloured veins contrast with dark green, almost black leaves. $25-28 fs

Very Limited

Lycaste skinneri ('L'Amazone super x Rosea Denis') species A crossing of two select clones of this desirable Central American species. Flowers are large, waxy and fragrant. Blossoms are variable in color, from creamy white to pink. First to flower have been white to ivory. $28-32 fs
Lycaste skinnerii species This orchid is the national flower of Guatemala . The flower is long-lasting, fragrant, and highly variable in size and color. These should have white to pale rose pink petals and sepals with a pink lip. Flowers can be up to six inches in size. $26-30  fs

Currently Unavailable

Lycaste skinneri ("Pink Eye" x Isabella Pink") species White to pale pink sepals with with darker raspberry lip and a great fragrance. $28 - 30 fs

Currently Unavailable

Macradenia multiflora species South American species. Compact plant which has several star-shaped flowers having mahogany petals and sepals with greenish margins. Lip is white with reddish markings. $28 fs

Very Limited

Masdevallia angulata (burfordensis) species Yellow/green flowers suffused with maroon stripes and spots $28-30 fs     
Masdevallia barlaeana species Miniature Species. Flowers are a brilliant rosy crimson. $28-30  fs
  Masdevallia bonplandii species Yellow base heavily overlaid with red to purple spots/stripes. Compact species. $26 fs
Masdevallia civilis species Petals and sepals have yellow gold tips shading into deep magenta spotting, and a really dark lip! Native to the Peruvian Andes, this species is intermediate growing. Miniature. $28 fs 
Masdevallia coccinea 'Columbia' species  Columbian/Peruvian species that prefers intermediate temperatures and dappled light. Deep hot pink flowers that be as large as 3 inches in size. $28-32 fs
Masdevallia coriacea species Flowers are about 3 inches in size, held high above the leaves, and are pale green with purple spots/stripes. Lip is hinged. $28-30 fs
Masdevallia floribunda species Miniature species. Flowers are about 1 inch in size and can range from a rich burnt yellow to maroon in colour. Intermediate to warm conditions are fine for this plant. $26 fs
Masdevallia glandulosa species  Species from Ecuador and Peru. Flowers are large for the size of the plant and are a bright rose colour overlaid with a deeper rose speckling. $26 fs

Very Limited

Masdevallia guttulata species Ecuadorian species. The flower open one at a time and range from cream coloured to light pink, spotted in dark pink or red. $26 fs

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  Masdevalia infracta species An intermediate grower. Floriferous and compact, this delightful plant flowers repeatedly off of the same stem. Native to Brazil. Flowers are in yellow to red tones.  $26 fs

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Masdevallia infracta Amarella ***** x self species Floriferous and compact, this delightful plant flowers repeatedly off of the same stem. Native to Brazil. The parents of this cross are a rich, deep yellow and the best will be clear yellows with some burnt yellow and red flowers. $26 fs
Masdevallia paivaeana species Charming miniature species. Petals and sepals are pink and the 'tails' are orange. The lip is yellow suffused in orange. $25 fs

Limited

  Masdevallia pumila species Miniature species with white to cream flowers marked with rose and purple. Intermediate to warm conditions with shaded or diffuse light. 26 fs

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Masdevallia tovarensis species This miniature plant throws a multitude of pure white flowers. $26-28 fs

Very Limited

Masdevallia veitchiana species Peruvian species. The flowers are a deep orange/red held high above the foliage. Cool to intermediate grower. $28-30 fs
Masdevallia wendlandiana species Very compact, warmth tolerant, species from South America. Creamy white flowers with pink blush at center. $26 fs

Very Limited

  Maxillaria (Christensonella) cogniauxiana species Brazilian species. Quite compact with flowers that are a brick red colour. Best grown mounted. $25 nfs

Currently Unavailable

Maxillaria  cucullata Species Found in Mexico, Guatemala and Nicaragua.  Flowers are quite variable, ranging from tan to nearly black, but most often in deep mahogany tones, with stripes or spotting. Fragrant. $28-34 fs
  Maxillaria rufescens Species Flower colour is extremely variable, ranging from white to red/brown. Petals are often yellow, regardless of the color of the sepals. The lip is also usually yellow with red or red-brown or red-purple spotting. Fragrant. $32 nfs

$36 fs

Maxillaria schunkeana Species Miniature species. Near black flowers with a purple sheen. From Brazil. $28-30 fs
Maxillaria sophronitis Species A compact grower, almost like a creeper, with beautiful dark green foliage. Bears many single bright red flowers. Mounted. $32 fs

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Maxillaria tenuifolia Species This Maxillaria has flowers that smell like coconut. The colour can be variable but sepals and petals are generally are a deep, dark red and speckled with yellow. The lip is white heavily overlaid in red. $32 fs  3 1/2" to 4" pots

$36 fs  5" and 6" pots

Maxillariella variabilis Species  Small, compact plant with flowers are up to (2 cm) across. The flowers, which are highly variable, may be white, yellow, deep orange, greenish yellow, and occasionally dark red or red-brown. They may also have dark red markings or a red lip. $28-30 fs
Miltonia candida var Grandiflora Species Brazilian species. Flowers are nicely fragrant, about 3" in size, yellow in colour but nearly entirely overlaid in mahogany. Lip is white with touch of violet in the throat. $28-32 fs
Miltonia regnellii var alba Species Warm growing Brazilian species. Flowers are white with basal pink tint, streaked with pink, and purple-pink and white margins. Crest of lip has yellow veins with lip itself pink with and veined purple. $28-30 fs
Miltonia russeliana Species Brazil. Up to 10 flowers can be produced on a medium size stem. The 5 cm flowers are brown and somewhat cupped and the lip is pink. $28 fs

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Miltonia spectabilis  species Brazilian species - intermediate to warm conditions with good light needed - petals & sepals are white with pink lip overlaid by darker striping.  Can easily grow into a specimen plants. $26-30 fs
Miltonia spectabilis var alba species Brazilian Species - intermediate conditions with good light needed - flowers are white with pale yellow mask at lip center.  $32 fs

Very Limited

Miltonia spectabilis var Moreliana species From Brazil - intermediate to warm conditions with good light needed - flowers are plum coloured with paler lip heavily veined in deep plum. $30-35 fs

Multi-growth plants

Miltonia  warscewiczii Species Sepals and petals pale brown, with contrasting yellow tips; lip plum-coloured on lower half, white flushed on top. Very fragrant $28 fs
Odontoglossum bictoniense var alba species Petals and sepals are a pale green and the lip is white. Warm grower. These are quite large plants. Flowering size. $28-32  fs

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Odontoglossum bictoniense species Petals and sepals are rust-brown, lip is medium rose and darker at base. Flower spikes grow upright with the flowers spiralling along the spike. Fragrant. This odontoglossum is warmth tolerant and quite easy to grow. $26-30 fs

Limited

Odontoglossum crispum (var 'Xanthotes' x crispum) species Columbian species that grows best in intermediate conditions and dappled light. Flowers will range from white to pale yellow and should have some yellow spots. $30  fs  

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  Odontoglossum rossii var Major x sib species This species has sepals white heavily overlaid with green to brown spots; petals white, with similar spotting but only towards the center of the petals and the lip is spade-shaped and white. $22 ss

Very Limited

Oerstedella centradina CCM/AOS species Clusters of rich pink flowers held on reed type stems. Fairly low light. $24 nfs

Limited

Oncidium cheirophorum species Miniature oncidium. Bright yellow, waxy fragrant flowers. South American species. $26-28 fs
Oncidium eurycline syn Gomesa longipes species Miniature.Spikes with many flowers having a yellow lip with the petals and sepals being mainly chocolate coloured. $28-32 fs
Oncidium forbesii species Chocolate coloured flowers with edged with yellow. Sprays a quite long, many flowered and the flowers are about 2 ½” in size. $28 fs

Currently Unavailable

  Oncidium lanceanum species Mule ear Oncidium. Flower spike that can be 18 inches tall. In some clones, the spots on the sepals and petals can overlap to appear almost solid chestnut brown providing a beautiful contrast to the lavender lip. $32 fs

 

Oncidium ornithorynchum species The species with the unpronounceable name and the unforgettable fragrance! Extremely scented compact orchid carrying a multitude of pink flowers on very dainty flower sprays. Very easy to grow. $28 fs
Oncidium sphacelatum species Masses of nickel sized yellow and brown flowers on long branching spikes. $28-32 fs

4 - 5" pot size

Oncidium varicosum var Rogersii 'King Park' x Lemforde' species Compact oncidium species from Brazil. Clouds of yellow flowers with mohagany spots in the centre of an extra large lip. $28 fs

Mounted

Oncidium zappii species Brazilian species. It is a medium size plant with green foliage that goes dark red with age. Flowers are 3 to 4 cm across, with varying yellow barring. An intermediate grower, needs good drainage and air movement. $26 fs

Limited

  Ornithocephalus bonplandii (syn gladiatus) species Miniature, fan shaped, epiphyte which blooms in the summer and fall on an erect, inflorescence with many white flowers. This species is best mounted on cork, tree fern or wood, given shady, humid conditions. $26 fs

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  Paphinia neudeckeri species Generally have 2 - 15 flowers which are 3-5 inches across. Flowers have a base color of yellow, but the sepals and petals are so heavily covered with red spots that the overall colour of the flowers appears to be red though with some cream to yellow feathering. $26-28  nfs
Paphiopedilum appletonianum species Dorsal sepal will be green, likely some striping; rose-lavender pouch with venation; rose spoon-shaped petals with some green. $35 fs

Very Limited

Paphiopedilum barbatum x sib ('Wide Cap' x 'Plum Red') Species Sib cross of two exceptional parents. Pouch is red, petals are red with some green veining and the dorsal is white with red halo and green veins. $32 fs
Paphiopedilum bellatulum Species White, cupped shaped flowers that are heavily overlaid in bold red spots. Foliage is dark green and mottled. $28 nfs

Very Limited

Paphiopedilum callosum (“Fat Head’ x Neat”)  Species This Species has  mottled leaves. Flowers are red and green with white on the upper part of the dorsal sepal which is striped.  $28 nfs
Paphiopedilum charlesworthii Species Deep, rose/lavender flaring dorsals with deeper veining; chartreuse to bronze petals - with green brown tessellation and a solid mahogany to bronze pouch. $26 ls
Paphiopedilum ciliolare Species Dorsal sepal purple at its base, the remainder white with alternating long and short green and purplish veins. The base two thirds of the petals are green, densely spotted with black warts. $28 nfs

Limited

Paphiopedilum coccineum (barbigerum) Species Originates from China and Vietnam and is a fairly small growing species. The glossy flowers are about 2 1/2 inches long and about 3 inches across. Dorsal is white with some green and tan accents. Petals and pouch are tan to chestnut in colour. $32 fs

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Paphiopedilum concolor ‘Full Summer Moon’ x sib ‘Cutie Pie’ PUN 931 Species This warm growing, mottled leafed Asian species has flowers that are cream coloured and heavily speckled with red spots. $30 fs
  Paphiopedilum concolor Species Warm growing, mottled leafed species. Flowers are a cream coloured heavily speckled with red spots. $30 fs

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  Paphiopedilum dayanum ‘Macho The Second’ x sib ‘Halla’s Dark’ Species This is a very select dark clone of this species. Large flowers, the dorsal being white with contrasting green stripes and the petals and pouch a rich maroon to mahogany. $26 ss
Paphiopedilum delenatii Species Vietnam species. Light pink petals and sepals with a deeper pink pouch. Fragrant. $35 fs
  Paphiopedilum dianthum Species Multifloral species. Petals are long and twisting, green in colour with the dorsal white with some green striping and the pouch is tan. Can get up to 5 flowers on a spike! $32-35 nfs
  Paphiopedilum druryii x sib ("The King" AM/AOS x "New Wave") Species Petals and sepals are yellow with a mahogany stripe going down the middle, pouch is clear yellow. This species is quite hard to find and these are from flasks imported from Orchid Inn. $30 -34 nfs
  Paphiopedilum druyii ("Orchid Loft" x "Doc") Species Petals and sepals are yellow with a mahogany stripe going down the middle, pouch is clear yellow. This species is quite hard to find and these are from flasks imported from Paphanatics  

$32 ls

Limited

Paphiopedilum fairreanum Species

 

Sweeping striped dorsal and petals that sweep back gives this plant quite an exotic look $30  ls

Currently unavailable

 

  Paphiopedilum glanduliferum v praestans (A x Sam's Choice') OIE0066 Species Multifloral. Petals are yellow to tan and the dorsal sepal is white with bold mahogany stripes. Lip is tan in colour. $28 ls

Very Limited

Paphiopedilum gratrixianum Species Found in Laos and Vietnam. Expect white dorsal sepals with light purple flush on outer margins with yellow petals overlaid with brown and maroon veining . Yellowish pouch overlaid with brown. Great waxy texture $34-36 fs
Paphiopedilum haynaldianum 'Cynosure' HCC x Lloyd's Am AOS Species Very dark and large form of species Expect dorsal sepals that are cream and green with purple blushes. Petals are held in a Fu Manchu style, lower half pink tones with upper part green with some spotting. Pouch should be tan. $32-34 nfs
Paphiopedilum hirsutissimum ‘Wakefield’ AM/AOS x self Species The large flowers are in varying shades of green overlaid with dark mahogany to lavender spots. The bottom half of the petals will be suffused in mahogany to lavender. $32  nfs

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Paphiopedilum insigne Species The dorsal sepal is green, marked with large brown spots, the margin white. The petals are yellowish green, veined pale brown. The lip is golden brown, veined darker brown, the side lobes a deep yellow-brown with paler margins. $28-30 nfs

$36 fs

  Paphiopedilum lawrenceanum Species One of the parents to Paph Maudiae. Has wide, sweeping creamy white dorsal with red blush and overlaid with red and green stripes. Petals mahogany and green and pouch in the mahogany tones. $32-34 fs
Paphiopedilum lawrencianaum var coloratum x Anne Species Looking for white dorsals with vivid maroon veins with green flush at center. Light green blending to rose/mahogany petals some with ‘warts’. Pouch tan to mahogany. $34 fs
Paphiopedilum lowii Species With chartreuse petals accented by mahogany spots, the tips of the petals fading into pink, this multifloral will give three to four flowers on a long, elegant spike. $35-38 nfs

Very Limited

  Paphiopedilum lowii 'Jamboree Violet' HCC x sib 'Y Tao'
PUN 857
Species This multifloral has burgundy petals and sepals with spotting at base of petals. The dorsal sepal has maroon stripes merging at base. Flowers are large and showy. $28 ls
  Paphiopedilum malipoense Species Chinese species with large apple green flowers that are striped and spotted with lavender/purple veins. The lip is pale green and is also spotted with lavender/purple on the inside of the pouch. Often fragrant. $36 nfs

Very Limited

Paphiopedilum moquettianum ("Emerald" x "Jamboree") Species Flowers have a bright pink pouch and a broad colourful dorsal sepal. Petals are horizontal and twisted.

$30 nfs

$36 fs

Paphiopedilum niveum Species Pure white dusted with fine red spots, flowers to 6 cm. Attractive dark green mottled foliage. $32  fs

Very Limited

Paphiopedilum parishii Species Multifloral. Cream coloured dorsal with green stripes, petals are twisted in green and burgundy, pouch in green tones. Flowers are held sequentially and quite stunning. $28-32 ls

Currently Unavailable

  Paphiopedilum philippinense v roebelinii -Sam's Choice x Ed OID0231 Species Remake with excellent parents. 'Sam's Choice' has very red color flowers and bloomed with seven flowers with 25cm petals. 'Ed' has very good color with 6 flowers. We expect very red, long petals with 6-7 flowers. $28-32 ls

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  Paphiopedilum platyphyllum Species Species from Borneo. Large plants that can carry between 5 to 9 long lasting flowers per spike. Flowers are similar to paphs stonei and kolopakingii with long, twisting petals and a large, jutting pouch heavily veined in mahogany. $35 ls

 

Paphiopedilum primulinum v album ('Albino Beauty' x 'Full Moon') OIE0178 Species Looking for clear yellow to chartreuse flowers on this sequentially flowering species. $28 nfs

$35 fs

Paphiopedilum primulinum Species Clear yellow flowers accented by a yellow and green dorsal with flowers up to to 7cm - sequentially flowering. Showy. $36 fs
Paphiopedilum primulinum var purpurescens Species Clear yellow flowers with hint of pink on the petals and the pouch, progressive flowering. Showy, easy to grow, a green leafed species that will take more sunlight than many other paphiopedilums. $35 fs
Paphiopedilum purpuratum Species The best will have bright white dorsals with green and purple stripes, dark raspberry to purple petals shading to lighter tones and ultimately to white tips. $26 - 32 nfs

Very Limited

Paphiopedilum rothschildianum Species Should have cream to chartreuse sepals and petals, striped with mahogany; pouch overlaid with burgundy. Very large flowers. Multifloral. $38-42 ls

Very Limited

  Paphiopedilum schoseri Species Indonesian species. Expecting contrasting white and green flowers. The dorsal should be white with apple green stripes whereas the petals are green with maroon spots. The pouch is evenly green with darker venations. $34 nfs

Very Limited

 

Paphiopedilum spicerianum Species Dorsal sepal is white with a purple mid-stripe and sharply contrasting green basal area. Petals are green with purple mid-stripe and the pouch is a dark green to tan. $35 fs
  Paphiopedilum stonei Paphiopedilum stonei Exotic flowers! Ivory sepals with random sparse dark brown stripe marks; petals cream to light yellow curving downward with brown stripes and scattered dark brown warts and dots. $36-42 ls
Paphiopedilum sukhakulii Species Look for cream dorsal and sepals, striped in green; green petals with dark ‘warts’; green to tan pouch with deeper veins. $34 fs

Very Limited

Paphiopedilum superbiens Species Paph. superbiens produces large and impressive, if somewhat dark, flowers on long inflorescences from attractive, broadly patterned plants. $35 fs

Limited

Paphiopedilum superbiens var curtisii PUN 013 ("Pat-N-Ginny" x "Sky Rocket" AM/AOS) Species Large flowers in dark tones carried on long inflorescences from mottled leaved plants. $35 fs

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  Paphiopedilum tonsum x sib ('Shine and Glory' x 'Standing Tall') OID0349 Species Standing Tall has very strong and tall stem with flower in excellent form and it was crossed with Shine and Glory which was selected for it's size, color and flatness. Currently Unavailable
  Paphiopedilum tranlienianum Species A relatively newly discovered species from Vietnam. Petals and pouch are tan to mahogany in colour, the dorsal is flared, white with mahogany stripes. Compact. $28-30 ls
  Paphiopedilum urbanianum ‘Anaheim’ x sib ‘Flat Green Dorsal’ PUN 668 Species Dorsal sepal will be white with dark green stripes. Petals maroon on creamy white to green background with rose-pink accents. Beautiful mottled foliage. $26 nfs

Very Limited

Paphiopedilum venustum Species Paph. venustem is found in the northeast corner of India and Western Burma. It is quite well known for its veined lip which does carry through to its progeny when used for hybridizing.  Many color forms exist from orange through to green and I expect these to be primarily in the green to bronze shades. $32-35  nfs
  Paphiopedilum victoria-regina var chamberlainianum Species Indonesian species that flowers continuously for months. Flowers are showy with the dorsal being chartreuse to white, striped in deep mahogany with some purple spotting at the base. Petals are creamy-white with purple markings and the lip is pink. and heavily spotted with light purple. $32  nfs

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Paphiopedilum victoria-regina Species Originates from Sumatra. Flowers open successively over several months. Dorsal sepal has a background of green changing to white along the margins. The base of the dorsal is quite dark purple and from it radiates purple spokes. The pouch is pink overlaid with a patina of fine spots $34 nfs
Paphiopedilum villosum Species Flowers can be up to 6 inches The dorsal is tan to mohagany and the petals are in the same tones but with a broad darker mid vein. The flowers are glossy as though varnished. $35 fs

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Paphiopedilum wardii Species This species has light green leaves mottled dark green, with red/purple spotting on the underside of the leaf. The flower is about 10 cm across, the dorsal sepal white with prominent green stripes. The petals are broad, green yellow heavily spotted red brown, with a green flush at the very base. The pouch is yellow, flushed mahogany. $35 fs
  Paphiopedilum wardii var album Species The alba form of this Burmese species. The flowers are large, the dorsal being white with contrasting green stripes and the petals are similar though perhaps with more green. The pouch is deep green with a deeper green veination. 35 fs
  Paphiopedilum wilhelminae Species

 

Compact species from New Guinea. Multi-floral with large (up to 6")glossy flowers with sepals that are creamy yellow with maroon stripes and the twisting petals are yellow heavily overlaid in maroon. $36 nfs

Currently Unavailable

Pescatorea fimbriata Species Flowers are creamy white with a red to purple fimbriated lip. $30-32 fs
Phaius flavus Species Tall spikes hold clusters of 10-15 yellow fragrant flowers. $30 fs

Limited

Phalaenopsis amboinensis

('D' x 'Taiwan08')

Species Blooms in the summer on ever-green spikes, typically one or two flowers per spike will be open at the same time but these spikes will continue to produce flowers over long periods of time.  Flowers are cream coloured to yellow with strong chestnut markings. Very fragrant. $30 fs

 

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Phalaenopsis bastianii species Philippine species. Flowers are glossy, white to pale yellow and heavily suffused with red/purple bars. $28-30 fs

Limited

Phalaenopsis bellina species Two select clones of this sought after species. Waxy white to pale yellow flowers with the lateral sepals suffused violet purple. Incredible fragrance.

$35 fs

  Phalaenopsis bellina var coerulea species Expecting yellow to chartreuse sepals and petals with the bottom of the dorsal sepal and petals violet and the lateral sepals flared a deeper viole. Fragrant. $36 fs
Phalaenopsis violacea (bellina)alba species Cream coloured sepals and petals with hint of yellow/green shading on tips; The lip is cream, perhaps with some pink and with yellow side lobes. $35 fs

Very Limited

  Phalaenopsis corningiana species Flowers are white to cream background heavily overlaid with brown to red mohagany. $28- 30 fs
Phalaenopsis cornu cervi species Waxy chartreuse flowers heavily barred  with mahogany.

$30 fs

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  Phalaenopsis cornu cervi and (['Jungle' x #2) x Yellow)] species Waxy chartreuse flowers heavily barred  with mahogany. Quite a compact plant. $28 fs
  Phalaenopsis cornu-cervi 'Red' species This is the deeper red colour form of this phalaenopsis species. The blooms are waxy, star-shaped, and lacquered red. The spikes on this species will continue producing successive flowers for many months. $28-32 fs
Phalaenopsis (Kingidium) deliciosa species A miniature plant with flowers that are yellow or cream-coloured with bright purple lines The lip is similary coloured with pale purple blotches. Pic (d) $26-28 fs

Limited

Phalaenopsis equestris ('Klinge' x 'rosea') species Petals and sepals are a lavender pink with the lip being a deeper lavender pink. $28-30 fs

Very Limited

Phalaenopsis equestris var aurea species This fairly compact plant produces branching flowering spikes with a profusion of white flowers having both the lip and the callus a deep lemon yellow. $30 nfs
Phalaenopsis equestris var Albescens species Sepals and petals should be white with a light lavender blush whereas the lip should be very light lavender. $30 fs
Phalaenopsis fimbriata species White to pale yellow flowers with pink to rose at center.

$28-30 fs

Currently Unavailable

Phalaenopsis floresensis species Cream white to light yellow waxy flowers that have quite firm substance.

$26-28 nfs

Currently Unavailable

Phalaenopsis gigantea species Phal gigantea has creamy white flowers overlaid with magenta spots and bars.

$32 ls

Very Limited

Phalaenopsis hieroglyphica 'Dark' species The background colour of the flower varies from white to cream, sometimes tips of segments can be green or with green suffusions. Sepals and petals are richly decorated with marks grooves in pink to mahogany, consistent in many small points alternating with bars or circles. Compact species found in the Phillipines. $28-30 fs

Very Limited

Phalaenopsis lobbii species Miniature species from India. Flowers are white with the hinged lip being in yellow or rust tones. Can be grown mounted.or in pots. $26 - 28 fs

Very Limited

Phalaenopsis lueddemanniana species Phalaenopsis lueddemaniana is native to Luzon in the Philippine islands. The 1-1/2-inch flowers have beautiful colored purple bars all round the sepals and petals. The fragrant, waxy flowers are long lasting and bloom in the late summer months. $28 fs

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Phalaenopsis mannii 'Zarbitter' x self species India, Vietnam. This pendulous species produces numerous 1" - 2" FRAGRANT flowers. The waxy star-shaped blossoms have yellow to bronze sepals and petals and the petals are often marked with reddish blotches. The lip is white and purple. $30 fs

Currently Unavailable

  Phalaenopsis pallens species Dwarf  Phillipine species that resembles phalaenopsis lueddemanniana. Flowers are waxy, star shaped creamy yellow to chartreuse in color overlaid by cinnamon-brown markings. $28 nfs

Very Limited

Phalaenopsis philippinensis species Produces lots of white to pale pink flowers with yellow side-lobed lips. Variegated leaves. $32 fs

Currently Unavailable

Phalaenopsis pulchra species A Philippine miniature fall flowering species having fragrant, fleshy, star-shaped, magenta-purple flowers. $26-28 nfs

Currently Unavailable

Phalaenopsis stuartiana species Flowers are white with some red/brown spots, the lateral sepals are more heavily spotted red brown. Mottled leaves that are attractive even when the plant is not flowering! Showy $28 nfs

Currently Unavailable

Phalaenopsis sumatrana (syn inscriptiosinensis) species  Flowers are about 2 -3 inches in size and are fragrant. Colour should be cream to chartreuse overlaid in with mahogany to purplish bars. $30 nfs

Very Limited

Phalaenopsis tetraspis species This species has very variable flowers, white petals and sepals with entirely covered in red whereas others have red bars located somewhat haphazardly throughout. $28-32 fs

Currently Unavailable

Phalaenopsis venosa species Sulawesi (Celebes) Island. The heavy textured star-shaped sepals and petals are white on the backside and yellow to beige on the front. The base color is heavily overlaid with red blotches which sometimes merge to make the sepals and petals appear entirely red. The lip is white flushed with pink. Fragrant.  

$32 fs

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Phalaenopsis violacea var coerulea species Expect petals and sepals in varying shades of blue and with a contrasting blue lip. Fragrant species. $36-38 fs
Pholidota imbricata species This species is often referred to as the 'necklace orchid' since it has pale cream chains of flowers. Flowering is in the fall, it prefers relatively damp conditions with bright light. $28 fs

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  Phragmipedium caudatum species White to cream coloured sepals overlaid in green veins and possibly some maroon barring. The long, twisting petals will vary from shades of green to tan or even mahogany. Pouch will be cream to light green or tan with some spotting. $42 fs

Currently unavailable

Phragmipedium longifolium species This grows to be a large plant with very tall spikes carrying sequentially blooming flowers. These are pale yellow/green with darker green veins and white margins. The petals are edged with purple and have brown-purple markings near the tips. $36-40 nfs

Currently unavailable

Phragmipedium pearcei species Green and cream flowers with longish petals that are twisted. Pouch is green to tan red spots inside and darker vertical lines on the outside of the pouch. $36-38 fs

Limited

  Phragmipedium sargentianum species Large species with flower spikes that can reach over 4 feet in length. The long lasting flowers are up to 3 1/2" in size, opening sequentially and are long lasting. The petals and sepals are in varying shades of green marked with purple veins. The lip is tan with some veination. $35-38 ls
Phragmipedium wallisii species Long petaled species. Green and tan to rose  petals, cream pouch overlaid with spotting. $38-42 ls

Currently unavailable

  Plectrelminthus caudatus species Sepals and petals are green with brown overlay; the lip is white fading to green and there is quite a long spur. African species. $30 nfs
Pleurothallis (Acianthera) luteola species Miniature, low light, warm growing, species. Flower spikes arise from the base of the leaves and are a rich yellow in colour. $25 fs
Pleurothallis Restrepioides "Dragonstone" CBR/AOS species Miniature requiring fairly low light and evenly moist conditions. Several cream coloured flowers heavily spotted in plum purple and  held on fairly short spikes. $28 fs

Limited

Pleurothallis secunda species South American species. Creamy yellow flowers with magenta striping. $26-28 fs
Podangis dactyloceras species Miniature African species. Flowers are white, near transluscent, with a rich yellow to chartreuse accent on the inside of the lip. $28 fs

Currently Unavailable

Polystachya paniculata species African species. Lots of bright orange flowers on this fairly easy to grow plant. $26 nfs

Currently Unavailable

  Pomatocalpa brachybotryum species Miniature orchid from Taiwan. Yellow flowers marked with purple bands and spots. $28 nfs
Promenaea guttata species Sepals and petals will range from yellow to green, sometime with maroon bars and the lip will be heavily barred and spotted with maroon. Miniature $25  fs
Promenaea rollisonii species Miniature species. Waxy flowers are cream to pale chartreuse in colour heavily spotted with varying degrees of purple spots. Fragrant and large compared to the size of the plants. Brazilian species not often offered for sale.  $25 fs
Promenaea stapelloides ("MM" x "Crees") species Brazilian miniature. Two good clones which should give clear green flowers heavily overlaid by purple spots and a stunning, dark purple lip. Fragrant. $26 fs

Limited

Prosthechea guttata (Encyclia maculosa) species Species from Mexico and Guatemala. Flowers are unusual, green to tan petals and sepals with the lip white lightly speckled in deep burgundy. Fragrant. $26-28 fs
Prosthechea (encyclia) radiata species Compact species from Central America. Flowers are showy, fragrant and about 1' across. Petals and sepals are cream coloure with the lip streaked in purple. $28 fs
Psycopsis papilio species Butterfly Orchid. Sepals and petals yellow, heavily overlaid mahogany, lateral sepals and lip canary yellow, heavily barred orange, Does well mounted and potted.   

  $30-34 fs   

Limited

  Renanthera citrina species Compact Vietnamese species. Spikes carry from 7-10 bright lemon-yellow flowers with 1-3 purple-violet spots or blotches on the sepals and petals and on the side lobes of the lip. $28-32 fs
Renanthera monachica species This species carries many star-shaped blossoms that are bright orange and fairly densely spotted with irregularly shaped blood-red spots $32 fs
Restrepia brachypus species Species that prefers dappled light and intermediate conditions. Dorsal sepal and petals are yellow/orange and are somewhat transparent with deep burgundy veins and a lip that is a deeper orange. $26 fs
Rhyncholaelia digbyana species Central American species. Each sheath generally only has one large, very showy flower. Petals and sepals are creamy white, sometimes with pale green highlights, and the creamy white lip is very large and fimbriated. Extremely fragrant. $35-38 fs
Rhyncostylis coelestis species This is a relatively small (up to 8") Asian species that is extremely floriferous. The waxy, fragrant flowers are white marked with violet or deep blue. The lip is white with the lower part a vivid deep blue. $30-32 fs
Rhyncostylis gigantea 'Red' species Sepals and petals white with pink to plum spots; lip darker. Some may be nearly solid pink/purple. Fragrant $28 nfs

$34 fs

Rossioglossum grande species Very large, showy yellow flowers with red-brown barring/flecking $30 nfs

$34 fs

 Sarcochilus fitzgeraldii species Although more demanding than Sarcochilus hartmannii, this orchid will reward the attentive grower with some of the most colourful flowers to be found in the genus. Generally three to 15 delicately scented flowers that often contain a high percentage of red markings on a white background. $28-30 fs

 

Sarcochilus hartmannii (Moffett Vale x self) Species Flowers crystalline white, spotted near center with red; lip white spotted red; column yellow. $28-34 fs
Sederia japonica Species The flower spike of this species is curved, and made up of many greenish white flowers, with purple bars on the lip. The 6 to 10 flowers open in succession and are prized for their sweet fragrance.  Japanese species.

$26-28 fs

Limited

  Sievekingia fimbriata Species Flowers are yellow-orange marked with wine-red spots on the lip. $28 fs
Sigmatostalix radicans Species This species has grassy thin upright grass like leaves which gives it quite an elegant look. Petals and sepals are a pale green and the lip is white. The fragrant blooms last a long time and plant is a vigorous grower. $26 fs
Sophronitis (Laelia) purpurata var Estriata 'Doracy' x self species Selfing of this famous striped L. purpurata. Should produce large flowers of white overlaid with varing degrees of dark purple striping for late spring. Very dark tubular lip. $36 nfs

Limited

Sophronitis cernua species  Miniature Brazilian species. Flowers will be full, relatively flat with sepals and petals orange/red and with bright purple on the column. $34 fs
Sophronitis (Cattleya) coccinea species Brazilian miniature with vivid scarlet red flowers that last for several weeks. Flowers are large compared to the size of the plant. $32 nfs

Limited

Stanhopea costaricensis species This Central American species carries 3-6 large, showy flowers. Petals and sepals are light creamy yellow marked with marron/ burgundy spots. $38 fs

Very Limited

Stanhopea florida "pink" Species Rare species, large creamy white to pale yellow, some possibly with pink hues, spotted red, fragrant flowers to 15 cm. $36-42 fs

Currently not availabe

  Stanhopea gibbosa Species This species has large, fragrant flowers on pendent inflorescences. The sepals and petals are cream to yellowish-white, while the lip is pink, greenish-white, and cream.  The flowers also have fine spots on sepals, petals, and lip, and always has dark "eyes" on the petals and hypochile.  $36 nfs

Very Limited

Stanhopea graveolens

('MM x Self)

Species These are large, showy, fragrant, waxy flowers, which are incredibly complex and which descend from the bottom of the plant on a short, pendulous inflorescence. Flowers in the spring and early summer. $38 fs
  Stanhopea guttulata Species Cream to yellow flowers sprinkled with red/maroon spots. Flowers are large and quite fragrant. Sometimes classified as a variety of Stanhopea oculata. $36 nfs

Currently unavailable

Stanhopea impressa Species Bears 6 to 9 elegant yellow to white blooms with a bit of red marking. Fragrant and easy but must be grown in basket for the flowers hang pendant. $36 nfs
Stanhopea panamensis "MW" Species Flowers creamy white with base of sepals and petals yellow; sparsely spotted with red-purple. $38 fs

Limited

Stanhopea pozoi Species This species has showy, yellow flowers with deep red/purple blotch at center of lip. Fragrant. $38 fs
Stanhopea saccata Species Large flowers ranging from white to a pale green in colour with small, well spaced, orange to rust coloured spots. Fragrant. $36 fs
Stanhopea tigrina #29 Species Flowers are large, Yellow with chocolate purple blotches. Showy. Fragrant $38-42 fs
Stanhopea tigrina #62 Species Flowers are large, Yellow with chocolate purple blotches. Showy. Fragrant. $38-42 fs
Stanhopea wardii "WOC" Species The large flowers, up to eight on a pendant inflorescence, are fragrant, very showy, yellow to orange, with tiny reddish flecks on the sepals and petals and a large reddish ’eye spot’ on each side of the hypochile. Culture is warm to intermediate, bright and moist, in hanging baskets because of its pendant flowers. $38  fs
Stanhopea wardii var aurea Species Showy deep yellow flowers with red/purple spots with very deep purple markings at the base of the lip. Flowers are large and nicely fragrant. $38 fs
  Trichopilia hennisiana species  White, pendulous, tubular flowers with yellow lip. $28 nfs

Currently Unavailable

Trichopilia marginata species Flowers are tubular in shape, lip is a deep magenta red whereas the petals and the sepals are green and red. Flowers are fragrant and about 4" in size. $28-30 fs

Very Limited

  Trichopilia tortilis species A compact species from Central America. The large, 15cm flowers, are showy, fragrant, and waxy. The sepals and petals are tan at the edges with a lavender to pale purple interior. The lip is tubular and white in colour and is spotted with brown or crimson in the yellow throat. $28-30 fs

Very Limited

Tuberolabium kotoense (aka saccolabium quisumbingii) species Miniature species from Taiwan. Lots of small, fragrant long lasting flowers that are creamy white with a lip lip that is marked with wine-red or purple spots. Warm grower. $28 fs

Limited

Vanda javierae species Philippine species. White flowers with a hint of yellow at the base of the lip. Grow it like a Phalaenopsis as it prefers a shaded area. $22 ls

$26 nfs

Very Limited

Vanda tricolor var Suavis species White to cream coloured flowers covered in spots ranging from burnt orange to purple. Very fragrant. $28 ls
  Vandopsis gigantea species Malaysian species. Many long lived, fragrant flowers are carried on upright spikes. Sepals and petals are pale yellow with red-brown blotches that appear as rings with lighter coloured centers. $28 ls

Mounted

Zygostates (Ornithocephalus ) grandiflora species Compact Brasilian species that has dozens of green and white flowers that are both unusual and quite striking. $28 fs  

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