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$55.00USD
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Bearing the clonal name of one of Dr. Jack Fowlie's fellow orchid hunters and thought to be a natural hybrid between Phrag. pearcei and Phrag. boissierianum, this plant is found growing in streamside habitats in Peru. The flowers are born successively along a gently arching inflorescence, and are primarily green in color, with nicely defined red-purple spots on the claw-face of the pouch. (See photo). This division has a (0-1-1) configuration and should bloom in season (Winter-Spring) Shipped bare root, with roots wrapped in damp NZ sphagnum moss. One available.

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A sib cross between two outstanding examples of this rare species from The Moluccas and New Guinea. The pouch color is rich mahogany-red and the dorsal sepal is green centrally with a white picotee. The horizontally held petals are dark rose-mahogany and waxy in substance. Shipped in a 3 1/4 inch pot, these plants have nominal 11-12 inch leaf spans and should bloom in 9-12 months.


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$80.00USD

The most perfect of the Parvisepalum hybrids! Compact growing plants with large beautifully colored flowers that tend toward roundness and flatness. (See photo). Three seedlings are growing nicely in a 2 1/4 inch rose pot, with leaf spans between 5 inches for the largest to 3 inches for the middle one and 1.5 inches for the smallest one. . The largest should bloom in 12-18 months. Shipped in pot. One available!


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One of the darkest Parvi/Brachy intersectional hybrids available and named to honor a Michigan Orchid Society AOS judge who passed away a couple of years ago. Flowers will be dark raspberry in color, with darker veins in the petals and dorsal sepal (See photo of our first bloom seedling). Seedlings are growing vigorously in 2 1/4 inch rose pots and have 5-6 inch leaf spans. They should reach blooming size in Spring-2020. Shipped in pot.


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$50.00USD

One of the finest of the primary armeniacum hybrids ,Franz Glanz remains hard to come by. Petals are light to medium butter-yellow and the pouch is golden yellow. Flowers will be large and round in form. Seedlings have 5-6 inch (13-15 cm) leaf spans and are approx. 18 months from blooming. Shipped in pot.


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$55.00USD

Once again available in near blooming size (NBS) plants. This a beautiful compact growing Brachy-Multifloral hybrid that should have two or three flowers per stem on an adult plant. Sepals and petals will have an ivory base color over-laid with rich red-purple veins. (See photo of the first to bloom). these plants have eight to nine inch leaf spans and should bloom in season.Shipped in their 3 1/4 inch pots,


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$55.00USD

The most perfect of the Parvisepalum hybrids! Compact growing plants with large beautifully colored flowers that tend toward roundness and flatness. (See photo). Seedlings are growing vigorously in 2 1/4 inch rose pots and have 5-6 inch leaf spans. They should bloom in 12-18 months. Shipped in pot. Very Limited!


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$55.00USD

One of the first Parvisepalum species discovered in China. Flowers are bright yellow with medium to dark red markings on the staminode and leaves that are heavily tessellated dark green with the diagnostic fine saw-tooth edges. Single growth plants have 5-6 inch (13-15 cm) leaf spans and are growing in 3 /14" pots. They are NBS and should bloom in Spring-Summer 2020. Shipped in pot.


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$35.00USD

These are bred for flower color. We have several sib crosses and selfings of this beautiful species from Bhutan with flowers that should exhibit brighter than average colors. All are growing well in 3 1/4" pots.The beautiful snakeskin patterned leaves are a bonus (See photo).They are all large single growth plants with some showing a new second growth and should be spiking in 4-6 weeks. Several are already showing a bud in the leaf axil (11/12/19). Great choice for those who are growing under lights or at a windowsill, as the plants remain compact. Shipped in pot.


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$40.00USD

A native of the Southern Highlands of Western New Guinea, this multi-floral species is the most compact growing of the Paph. species found in Section Coryopedilum. It's also the one with the darkest flowers (See Photo). Flasks contain 15-20 seedlings approx. 1.5 - 2 inches tall. Seedlings will need to be deflasked and potted into community pots upon arrival. Flasks will be opened and stuffed with cotton prior to shipping to minimize jumbling in transit. Two available.


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$25.00USD

This hybrid has very light shell-pink flowers with slightly darker pink veins in the sepals and petals. (See Dot Barnett's photo of her 'Wacousta' HCC/AOS clone). 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. They should bloom in 12-18 months. Shipped in pot.


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$125.00USD

A remake of one of the darkest, most colorful long-petalled Phrag. Hybrids ever. The pouch is a shiny, dark mahogany-red and the petals are lighter mahogany as well. The intense pouch color is carried through to the claw face with it's distinctive spotting. (See photo by J.P. Faust; thank you J.P.!). Flasks contain 20-25 nice seedlings that are ready for community pots. Flasks will be stuffed with cotton balls and re-sealed prior to shipping to minimize jumbling in transit. Seedlings should be removed from flask upon receipt and compotted into fresh potting mix. One full flask available.

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