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Epigeneium amplum

Epigeneium amplum

Orchid: Campylocentrum organensis

Orchid: Campylocentrum organensis

Phal. equestris 'Montclair Peloric. One of the happy surprises that the species Phal. equestris can produce ! This peloric form, selected from a population of seedlings, has produced petals that perfectly mimic the lip. Another benefit of this little species is its tendency to produce baby plants on the flower spike or around its base, eventually creating quite a specimen in its flowering display. A definite must for any species collection !

Phal. equestris 'Montclair Peloric. One of the happy surprises that the species Phal. equestris can produce ! This peloric form, selected from a population of seedlings, has produced petals that perfectly mimic the lip. Another benefit of this little species is its tendency to produce baby plants on the flower spike or around its base, eventually creating quite a specimen in its flowering display. A definite must for any species collection !

Paph. rungsuriyanum (new species)

Paph. rungsuriyanum (new species)

Paph Pink Sky

Paph Pink Sky

Phrag. Andean Tears (kovachii hybrid) presented by Orchids Limited

Phrag. Andean Tears (kovachii hybrid) presented by Orchids Limited

Bifrenaria tetragona

Bifrenaria tetragona

Ferraria crispa - If you’re into freaky flowers, this bulb is for you! It looks like something from under the sea, like the edges of the petals are covered with barnacles. Plus, the crinkly texture & the flower shape remind me of a starfish.

Ferraria crispa - If you’re into freaky flowers, this bulb is for you! It looks like something from under the sea, like the edges of the petals are covered with barnacles. Plus, the crinkly texture & the flower shape remind me of a starfish.

Bulbophyllum binnendijkii F.Muell.

Bulbophyllum binnendijkii F.Muell.

Picture/Photo: Trichosalpinx rotundata plant. A species orchid

Picture/Photo: Trichosalpinx rotundata plant. A species orchid