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$35.00USD

Every once in a blue moon, a Phrag. besseae clone comes along that should not be bred with lessor quality stock. Phrag. besseae 'Carlisle' is one of those, and the seedlings offered here are the result of a self-pollination of the 'Carlisle' clone. Originating in the now-defunct Orchid Zone, it is arguably one of the finest breeding quality Phrag. besseae clones in the world today. Seedlings have leaf spans ranging from 4-5 inches and are potted in 2 1/4" rose pots. Shipped in pot. Note: We are temporarily sold out of saleable sized seedlings at this time. More should be available in limited quantities in early April, 2020.


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$45.00USD

This is the album form of the beautiful multifloral species from Yunnan, China. Flowers will be well spaced on a gentley arching inflorescence, and have green and white dorsal sepals and downswept green petals with a white edge. (See photo) Seedlings are growing well in 3 1/4" pots and have 5-6 inch leaf spans. They should reach blooming size in 12-18 months as they remain very compact for a multifloral species. Shipped in pot. Two available.


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$25.00USD

Discovered in 1903 by Robert Schomburgk this is one of our favorite Phrag. species from Section Platypetalum. It's habitat extends from Venezuela to the Kaieteur Falls area in Guyana. Flowers have a burnt orange pouch and yellow petals edged in red. Seedlings have 5-6 inch leaf spans and are growing well in 2 1/4 " pots. (See photo).


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$55.00USD

One of the finest of the primary armeniacum hybrids; Paph. 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. Limited! Two available.


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$55.00USD

Once again available in near blooming size (NBS) plants. This is 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. Areas near the junction of the petals and sepals will be solid dark red-purple. (See photo of the first to bloom). These plants have eight to nine inch leaf spans and should bloom in season, with one plant currently showing a bloom sheath emerging from the leaf axil. Shipped in their 3 1/4 inch pots. Very Limited!


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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). The leaf tessellations are amazing in this species. Seedlings are growing vigorously in 2 1/4 inch rose pots and have 5-6 inch leaf spans. They are NBS and should bloom in 12-18 months. Shipped in pot. 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 2 1/4" pots. They are NBS unbloomed seedlings and should bloom in Summer-Fall 2020. Shipped in pot. Four available - One in low bud!


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$50.00USD

A sib cross of two outdstanding examples of this rarely offered species. The single flower is born on a medium length stem, and has heavy substance. The pouch is a rich mahogany-pink in color (see photo) and the dorsal sepal is green centrally with a white border. The horizontally held petals are rose-mahogany with fine black warts along the superior edge. These plants have nominal 8 to 9 inch leaf spans and should bloom in 12 months. Shipped in their 3 1/4 inch pots. Three available.


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$55.00USD

Discovered in south-east Yunnan Province of China in 1951 by Tang and Wang , this species is a member of Section Parvisepalum and perfect for the grower with limited space. From the distinctly tessellated compact leaves to the large pink flower with it's inflated ivory-colored pouch, it is arguably the smallest species in this Section. With a leaf span of 4-5 inches, these seedlings are considered NBS and should bloom in Autumn and Winter, 2020. Shipped in their 2 1/4 inch tall pots. Three available (3/16/20).


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$40.00USD

This beautiful species (see photo) originates in the North and Central parts of Sumatra, and is found growing in deep humus with excellent drainage and high humidity according to Cribb. It's one of the few Sumatran Paph. species that does not grow on a limestone substrate. Flowers have a coppery wash to the petals that is hard to capture on photos and a light colored mahogany pouch (see photo).Plants are NBS to bloom in 6-12 months and have nominal 7 inch leaf spans. shipped in their 3 1/4 inch pots. Three available.


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$25.00USD

Named for the son of an orchid-growing friend in Colombia, 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. Six available.


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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.!). Compot contains 20-25 nice seedlings that will be ready for individual pots in 4-5 weeks. Compot will be packed securely to minimize seedling damage in transit. Two available.

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