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Plant ID
Name and Description
Plant Size
Pot Size
Price
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Ascofinetia
(Ascofinetia Twinkle X Neofinetia falcata 'White Flamingo' AM/AOS)
&nbsp &nbsp Ascofinetia Twinkle is (Neofinetia falcata X Ascocentrum miniatum) and the clone used to make this cross was orange. Back-crossed to Neofinetia flacata will whiten up the flowers a little. Both species used in this grex are temperature tolerant, and we'll be experimenting with them in our subtropical, zone 9b back yard. The plants are also compact, making them good candidates for light gardens and windowsills. Expect flowers in the summer or fall, and maybe twice a year on mature plants. Likely fragrant.
BS
2"
$8.00
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Cycnoches cooperi 'Jumbo #2'
&nbsp &nbsp Another super fun species! Cyc. cooperi can bear either male or female flowers (sometimes both on different inflorescences). Male flowers are more common and are borne many to a spike. This clone gives bronze-chocolate flowers.
BS
3.25"
$15.00
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Cycnodes
(Cycnoches herrenhusanum X Mormodes Exotic Treat)

&nbsp &nbsp Mormodes Exotic Treat is a fabulously weird and spectacular thing with tons of twisted, burnt orange flowers heavily marked burgundy. Crossing it to the yellow-green Cycnoches herrenhusanum will give larger flowers and make the plants a little easier to grow. Allow a dry winter rest once leaves drop in fall, and don't water until new roots are a couple inches long in spring. Give Cattleya light and warm conditions plus lots of fertilizer while the plant is in strong growth if you want to be rewarded with lots of neat flower in fall. Easy if you understand its growth cycle. Some degree of temperature tolerance if kept dry in winter. Decent choice for bright light gardens too.
BS
3.25"
$15.00
Epidendrum Pacific Sunset
('Salmon Ice' X self)
&nbsp &nbsp A reedstem Epidendrum with some influence from the very temperature tolerant Epidendrum jamiesonis. Likes bright light, cool winters, and warm summers. Expect flowers in shades of pink and salmon. Poor choice for fluorescent light gardens due to the tall plant habit, but an excellent one for a long outdoor season or for saving some money on heating and cooling in a greenhouse.
BS
3.25"
BACK SOON
Epidendrum Pacific Sunset
&nbsp &nbsp A reedstem Epidendrum with some influence from the very temperature tolerant Epidendrum jamiesonis. Likes bright light, cool winters, and warm summers. Expect flowers in shades of orange, pink, and salmon. Poor choice for fluorescent light gardens due to the tall plant habit, but an excellent one for a long outdoor season or for saving some money on heating and cooling in a greenhouse.
BS
3.25"
BACK SOON
Epidendrum
(E. Pacific Sunset X E. Pacific Joy)
&nbsp &nbsp A reedstem Epidendrum with strong influence from the very temperature tolerant Epidendrum jamiesonis and Epidendrum secundum . Likes bright light, cool winters, and warm summers. Expect flowers in shades of pink. Poor choice for fluorescent light gardens due to the tall plant habit, but an excellent one for a long outdoor season or for saving some money on heating and cooling in a greenhouse.
BS
3.25"
BACK SOON
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Fredclarkeara After Dark
(Mormodia Painted Desert 'Sunset Valley Orchids' HCC/AOS X Catasetum Donna Wise 'Susan' AM/AOS)
&nbsp &nbsp Yep, you read that right, we have them! This is a remake of the original cross with superior clones of the parents made by Fred Clarke himself. These are seedlings, so expect variability from brown with awesome dark chocolate spotting to solid burgundy to pure black. From the first batch, about 20% were said to be black, and black ones have already bloomed out from this remake. Shoot, the spotted and burgundy ones are gorgeous too (some folks like them better than the black ones)! They are fragrant too! If grown well this spring/summer many of these will bloom this fall/winter, but we're calling them BS to NBS just to be safe.

BS - NBS
2.25"
$30.00
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Neostylis Fuchs Ocean Spray
(Neostylis Lou Sneary X Rhynchostylis coelestis)
&nbsp &nbsp Neostylis Lou Sneary is (Neofinetia falcata X Rhynchostylis coelestis), so cross that back onto Rhynchostylis coelestis to get blue-lavender flowers with darker blue lips that look like pumped up Lou Snearys on miniature vandaceous plants. Excellent for bright light gardens. Very good temperature tolerance too!
BS
2.25"
$12.00
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Neostylis Lou Sneary 'Bluebird' (Neofinetia falcata X Rhynchostylis coelestis)
&nbsp &nbsp An excellent clone of a primary hybrid. Mini vandaceous plants with ten to twenty lavender-blue flowers resembling Neofinetia falcata in form. Excellent for bright light gardens. Very good temperature tolerance too!
BS
2.25"
$10.00
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Pabanisia Eva’s Blue Amazon ‘Kalapana’ AM/AOS
(Aganisia cyanea X Pabstia jugosa)
&nbsp &nbsp A nice primary hybrid between two Cochleanthes relatives (South American Zygopetalinae). Appreciates low light and almost constant moisture in an open mix, especially in the warmer months. Brief drying is okay in cooler months. Flowers are white with lavender-blue accents and come two to four per inflorescnce. A great candidate for semi-hydroponic culture due to its moisture needs and sometimes slow recovery after repotting, and fluorescent light gardens thanks to its low light requirements. Multi-growth, blooming size plants.
BS
3"
$18.00
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Peristeria elata
&nbsp &nbsp The "dove orchid" and national flower of Panama. These are just too cool not to grow! The dove is very visible in the lip. Flowers are white with some burgundy spotting on the dove's wings (lip sidelobes). These are a couple years from blooming, but mature specimens can be expensive. Likes shady conditions and a mix with good moisture retention- it's a terrestrial with fuzzy roots. Grow like a Phalaenopsis or Maudiae-type Paph hybrid and they'll do great.
10"-12" tall
2"
$9.00
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Prosthechea ionophlebia
&nbsp &nbsp These are multiple-growth plants spilling out of 3.25" pots. The white cockleshell orchid. Very similar to Prosthechea radiata. Sepals and petals are light green-white. Lip is off-white with red-brown stripes. Costa Rica, Panama.
BS
3.25"
$15.00
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Spathoglottis plicata
&nbsp &nbsp A great garden orchid in USDA zones 9 and 10. Otherwise, grow it outside but take inside before threat of frost. Tall, extending inflorescences of successive, bright purple-red flowers. Multi-growth plants in spike when available. Heavy due to plant size and moist media, will ship bare root on request.
BS
1 gal
$20.00
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Zygonisia Cynosure 'Blue Bird' AM/AOS
(Aganisia cyanea X Zygopetalum Skippy Ku)

&nbsp &nbsp A cool mix of the South American species Aganisia cyanea and a Zygopetalum hybrid. This mericlone has a fairly typical shape for a Zygopetalinae intergeneric hybrid and is white with lots of lavender-blue highlights especially on the lip and column and at the tips of the sepals and petals. Three or four flowers per inflorescence. Zygopetalinae intergenerics are good candidates for culture under lights because of their low light requirements. They also do great in semi-hydroponics. Keep them fairly moist year-round. Multi-growth, blooming size plants.
BS
3.25"
$18.00

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