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$495.00USD

This is a rare, two growth (1-0-1) division of the first clone of this color variety discovered and subsequently awarded by the American Orchid Society. Never before offered in the U.S., this rare division is for the connoisseur slipper orchid collector. Leaf span of the mature growth is 14 inches (35 cm), with the new growth having a leaf span of 5 inches (13 cm). Shipped in pot. One available.


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$35.00USD

These are one growth divisions of a few of our breeding plants. This single flowered species is native to the Guizhou plateau of southern China and bears large, fragrant apple-green flowers. These plants have 8-9 inch (20-23 cm) leaf spans and should bloom in season. Shipped in their 3 1/4 inch pots.


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$35.00USD
Sale:  $30.00USD

A speculative cross for sure, but with plenty of potential. Looking for 2-3 flowers on the stem of a mature plant, similar in color and shape to Paph. Al Moreschi (philippinense x tigrinum) (See flower photo of Paph. Al Moreschi). Seedlings have 4-5 inch (10-13cm) leaf spans and are growing vigorously in 2 1/4" rose pots. Tigrinum hybrids are rare, and this one should be a beauty. Shipped in pot.


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$125.00USD
Sale:  $100.00USD

An outstanding multi-floral Paph. hybrid with long, gently twisting petals and a mahogany colored pouch (See photo). Compot contains twenty seedlings that should be grown on under lights until January, 2019, at which time the seedlings should be large enough for individual pots. Seedlings shipped in their 4 inch square net bottom pot. One available.


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$40.00USD

A beautiful Parvi hybrid made with two of the finest Chinese species. Flowers are large and have beautiful markings on the petals and sepals. Pouch color is ivory and petals and sepals are light green overlaid with dark mahogany red veins (See photo). Plants have 8 inch (20 cm) leaf spans and are NBS to bloom in season. One already showing a flower bract just starting in the leaf axil (7/14/18). Shipped in pot.


Reg: 
$95.00USD

(gigantifolium 'Hsinying' SM/TOGA x rothschildianum 'Kwan Hua Village' SM/TPS)
Arguably the best of the gigantifolium hybrids, well grown adults can have as many as 6-7 large, colorful flowers well arranged on an upright stem. Pouch color can best be described as rich, mahogany-red; the elegantly twisted petals are ivory in color and covered with dark mahogany spots and bars. The dorsal sepal is ivory as well, and striped boldly in dark mahogany. Plants have 24-30 inch (60-77 cm) leaf spans and should bloom in season. See photo for typical plant being offered. Shipped in pot. Limited !


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$35.00USD
Sale:  $28.00USD

This is the rare albino form of a beautiful multi-floral species from the Yunnan province of China. Flowers are well spaced on a gently arching inflorescence and have a green and white dorsal sepal and beautifully down-swept green petals with a white edge. Seedlings have 4-5 inch (10-13 cm) leaf spans ((see photo) and should bloom in 18 months. Shipped in pot.


Reg: 
$395.00USD

A native of the Southern Highlands of Papua, New Guinea, this species is the most compact growing and darkest flowered of the multi-floral Paph. species. (See flower photo). This is a four growth (0-2-2) division and the leaf span of the largest mature growth is 10 inches (25 cm). It is large enough to bloom in season. Shipped in pot. One available.


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$25.00USD

A selfing of our best Paph. villosum. A native of south-east Burma (Now Myanmar), this species was one of the first discovered during the Elizabethan orchid craze of the 18th century. Plants prefer intermediate temperatures and remain compact in growth habit. Seedlings are growing vigorously in 2 1/4 inch rose pots and have 8-11 inch (28-33 cm) leaf spans. They should reach blooming size in 6-12 months. Shipped in pot.


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$25.00USD

This hybrid has light rose-pink flowers with darker rose colored veins in the lighter colored sepals and petals. (See photo of a first bloom seedling grown and named in honor of his son by Dr. Eliseo Teson of Colombia).It is a compact grower and perfect for the under-lights enthusiast with limited space. Seedlings have 6-8" leaf spans and are growing vigorously in 2 1/4" rose pots (See photo) . They should bloom in 12-18 months. Shipped in pot.


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$35.00USD

When offered last year, the first group of seedlings sold out in two weeks! By combining the petal length and color of natural hybrid Phrag. x tetzlaffianum with fischeri's tendency to smooth color, the result has to be incredible. Expecting petal length and color to be similar to Phrag. Mem. Jack Stoddart (x tetzlaffianum x Barbara LeAnn). Very limited. Seedlings have 4-5 inch leaf spans and will be shipped in pot. Eight seedlings available (7/15/18)


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$25.00USD

Very contemporary breeding using the new pale-pink species from Ecuador, Phrag. andreettae. With this style of breeding we are attempting to create pale, porcelain-pink to white flowers similar to our Phrag. Becky Srejma (see photo). Seedlings have nominal 8 inch leaf spans and are growing vigorously in 2 1/4 inch rose pots. Shipped in pot.

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