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  ASPASIA LUNATA X SELF
  This species is related to Miltonia and needs cool and shade. Star-shaped flowers have green sepals and petals overlaid by brown bars
  F.S. US$  7.00

  6440-BIFRENARIA INODORA X SIBLING
  Will produce 8cm size flowers, with green sepals and petals offset with a dark red lip. Late Spring
  Flowering size US$10.00

  BULBOPHYLLUM RUPICULUM X SELF
  Compact plants (only 3 cm tall pseudobulbs) produce arching 12 cm sprays of up to 20 flowers . The 3cm flowers are white with some purple striping centrally.
  F.S. US$ 10.00

CAMARIDIUM COCCINEUM X SELF
Strong, husky plants produce spikes of single waxy, lemon-yellow flowers with an orange lip. Spring blooming.
  F.S US$  8.00

  6774 - CATTLEYA ELDORADO ROSA X SELF
   Unfloliate plants produce two to three 15cm flower, which have pale pink sepal and petals, offset by lip with a bright orange-yellow throat with darker pink at the mid-lobe. Plants are warm growing.
  3" pots US $ 10.00

  CATTLEYA FORBESII X SELF
  Strong growing and free flowering plants produce thin pseudobulbs, which have two leaves. The stems produce 2-5 6 cm lflowers, which vary in color from yellow green to tan.
   F.S. US $10.00

   6910 - CATTLEYA GRANULOSA X SIBLING
  The plants will be up to 50 cm at maturity, producing 5-8 flowers of about 10 cm across. Flower color is somewhat variable, ranging from green to olive to green-brown, many with scattered red spots. The lip is spade shaped, white overlaid heavily in crimson.
  3" pots US$ 8.00

  6880 - CATTLEYA INTERMEDIA COERULEA (MARGINATA X '23902')
  A sibling cross of two C. intermedia coerulea one that has dark blue sidelobe and the other with a very dark blue lip. Expect flowers with very dark blue lips, many with dark blue sidelobes.
  3" pots US$ 8.00

  6883 - CATTLEYA INTERMEDIA COERULEA ('ALL BLUE' X GOOD FORM)
  A sibling cross of one our best formed C. intermedia coerulea with one that has darker blue sepals and petals than is common in this color form. Expect excellently formed flower, with light to medium sepals and petals offset by a very dark blue lip
  3" pots US$ 8.00

  6302 - CATTLEYA INTERMEDIA FLAMEA X SELF
  This has already produced many intense 'Flamea' types of excellent flat form. We expect more of the same. Some will bloom type(pink). 
  F.S. US$ 10.00


  6397 – CATTLEYA INTERMEDIA FLAMEA X SIBLING
  We hope for up to 50% of the plants to flower to be the flamea type, i.e. white sepals and petals overlaid with a darker maroon “Splash”. The rest will be tipos, pink sepals and petals offset by a darker lip.
  Near flowering size US$ 10.00

  6504 – CATTLEYA INTERMEDIA FLAMEA X SELF
  Should produce many fine C. intermedias flameas of good form.
  Near flowering size US$ 10.00

  6452 – CATTLEYA INTERMEDIA ORLATA ‘IWASITA’ X SELF
  Selfing of one of the of our best C. intermedia orlatas. These should produce large flowers for the type with a bold, round red lip.
  F.S. US$ 12.00

  6889 - CATTLEYA LAWRENCEANA TIPO X SIBLING
  Uncommon cattleya species which requires warmth and moisture, especially during the summer months. Mature plants produce stems of up to 35 cm of 5-7 10 cm lavender flowers, off set with a darker lavender trumpet shaped lip which flower in mid-spring.
  3" pots US$ 8.00

  6637 - CATTLEYA LEOPOLDII X SELF
  Will produce large plants upon maturity(up to 1.2m) and can produce 10-20 flowers per stem. The flowers are 10 cm across, and have a sweet fragrance. The sepals and petals are bronze-green to deep brown in color, with the lip white overlaid with dark red-purple.
  3" pots US$ 8.00

  CATTLEYA LODDIGESII ALBA 'BOA FORMA' X SELF
  A selfing of one of our best formed pure white C. lodigesii. Strong growing plants produce spikes of 3-5 flowers at maturity, with pure white sepals petals and lip with a small spot of yellow on the throat.
  3" pots US$ 8.00

  6957 - CATTLEYA LODDIGESII (COERULEA X COERULENSIS 'ZEZINHO')
  The term coerulensis refers to a shade of blue that can appear pinkish in certain light. Cross with a true C. loddigesii coerulea we hope to produce true light blue C. loddigesii.
  3" pots US$ 8.00

  6940 - CATTLEYA LODDIGESII TIPO ('4802' X '10802')
  A sibling cross of two of better shaped pink C. loddigesii. Expect well form flowers, with flower color to be light to medium pink, offset by a bright yellow color in the throat.
  3" pots US$ 10.00

  6745- CATTLEYA WALKERIANA (ALBA 'SUWADA X COERULEA)
  Strong growing plants produce medium sized star-shaped flowers. The flower color will be of a medium lavender and should be about 10 cm across.
  3" pots US$ 8.00

  6509 – CATTLEYA WARNERI TIPO X IDEM
  A selfing of a very good lavender type C. warneri, we expect medium to dark lavender flowers of good form.
  3" pots US$ 10.00

  CIRRHAEA SACCATA X SELF
  This species is distinguished by the broad, shell-shaped midlobe and the spreading lateral lobes of the lip. The colors vary from green to red-brown.
  F.S. US $12.00

  CRYPTOPHORANTHUS SCHENKII X SELF
  Robust plants produce many small (2cm) flowers which are marron in color. Flower segments are fused, therefore, the flowers never open completely.  
  F.S. US$  8.00

  6485 - DIACRUM BICORNTUM X SELF
  A selfing of a very well formed Diacrum bicorntum. We expect flowers of about 6cm with cream colored sepals and petals, with a white lip offset by a bright yellow callus. Expect up to 10 flowers per spike on a mature plant.
  3" pots, near flowering size US$ 8.00

  ENCYCLIA FRAGRANS X SELF
  These plants which are easy to grow, produce flower spikes of two to six fragrant flowers. The flowers are inversed with the lip on the top. Flower color is light green sepals and petals with lip light green overlaid with purple stripes. Flower season is late summer.
  F.S. US$  12.00

  EPIDENDRUM CALAMARIUM X SELF
  Compact growing plants produce many light green flowers which are extremely fragrant.
  F.S. US$ 8.00

  GOMESA RECURVA X SELF
  Medium sized plants produce many arched stems of cream green to yellow green flowers, which are lightly perfumed. Makes a good display plant in a small space.
  F.S. US$ 8.00

  GROBYA GALEATA X SELF
  Plants produce unusually shaped flowers which are honey-brown in color, with darker maroon spots.
  F.S. US $8.00

  ISABELLA VIRGINALLIS X SELF
  Produces 1cm long pseudoblubs, obscured by a regual network of yellow to brown fibers. They produce 1 cm single flowers, which are light pink, offset by a white lip.
  F.S. US$ 12.00

  ISOCHILLUS BRASILIENSIS X SELF
  Unusual looking plant with long leaves which look like a serrated grass. Flowers are tiny(5mm) and are pink in color. Limited.
  F.S. US$ 7.00

  LAELIA BRIEGERI X SELF
  Perhaps the best of the rupicolus laelias. Produces medium size, very round, bright yellow flowers on an upright stem. Limited.
  F.S US$ 12.00

  4869 - LAELIA CINNABABRINA X SELF
  Plants will produce up to 10-12 large brilliant red-orange starry flowers on a long spike.
  3" POTS, NEAR FLOWERING SIZE US$12.00

  LAELIA FOURNIERI X SELF
  Dwarf growing plants produce 5-6 cm flowers with spikes of 3-4 creamy white flowers and a yellow lip.
  F.S. US$ 8.00

  LAELIA FLAVA X SELF
  15 cm plants will produce tall sprays of5-10 bright yellow flowers.
  F.S. US$ 12.00

  6823 - LAELIA MANTIQUEIRAE
  Produces 5-7 rosy lavender or purple starry shaped flowers on a long spike.
  3" POTS US$ 8.00

  LAELIA MIXTA X SELF
  Plants produce tall stems of up to 15 flowers upon maturity. The sepals and petals are orange yellow with a yellow throat ending in orange at the apex.
  3" POTS US$ 8.00

  6886 - LAELIA PRAESTANS (SPECTABILIS) X SIBLING
  A sibling cross of two of best formed L. praestans. Expect 6-8cm round flowers with medium lavender sepals and petals with a darker tubular purple lip that flower on strong compact plants.
  3" POTS US$ 8.00

  7210 - LAELIA PURPURATA (GRACICATA X (TIPO 'EXTRA' X 'CAMPEIRA')
   These should produce white sepals and petals, overlaid with light purple markings, with a dark purple lip.
  5" POTS US$ 12.00

  681 – LAELIA PURPURATA ‘CINDAROSA’ X (ATRO X ‘RIO DO SUL’)
  We expect very well formed flowers which should have white sepals and petal overlaid by dark purple veination and have a very dark purple lip.
 

5" pots

US$12.00

  606 – LAELIA PURPURATA MANDAYANA (‘69’ X ‘TUCA’)
  Should produce light pink sepals and petals with a slightly darker pink lip. Very rare variety of L. purpurata.
 

4" pots

US$12.00

  677 – LAELIA PURPURATA (SEMI-ALBA ‘DONA HILDA’ X ‘AUREA DO BERNADO’)
  Should produce large flowers with White sepals and petals offset by a dark purple-violet lip.
 

5" pots

US$12.00

  6819 - LAELIA PURPURATA WERKHAUSERI (GOOD X '1419')
  Here we have made sibling cross of two of our best L. purpurata wekhauseri's.Strong growing plants will produce flower with white sepals and petals, offset by a grey blue lip.
 

3" pots

US$ 8.00

  6841 - LAELIA PURPURATA CARNEA (DARK LIP X '1012')
  We have made this sibling cross with one of our darkest pink lipped L. purpurata carnea and one with very good form. Expect free flowering plants, of good formwith white sepals and petals with a medium to dark pink lip.
 

3" pots

US$ 8.00

  6961 - LAELIA PURPURATA CARNEA (VERY DARK LIP X 'ST. NICOLAU')
  Our clone of 'St Nicolau' has very wide broad petal, with a dark lip. Crossed with our very darkest pink lip variety of L. purpurata, we expect well formed flowers with dark pink lips.
 

3" pots

US$ 8.00

  LANIUM (EPIDENDRUM) AVICOLA X SELF
  Robust plants with a creeping habit produce branching spikes of dainty (1.2 cm) flowers of yellow-brown.
  F.S. US$ 6.00

  LOCKHARTIA LUNIFERA X SELF
  Plants have upright leaves which are serrated giving them an unusual appearance. Flowers are yellow and produced on short stems from the axial of the leaves.
  F.S. US$ 10.00

  MASDEVALLIA INFRACTA X SELF
  Colors vary from purple to red-purple to yellow, brown or even white. Needs shade and intermediate conditions
  F.S. US$ 8.00

  MAXILLARIA BRADEI X SELF
  Very strong growing, husky plants produce many single 4 cm flowers. Flowers are light, creamy yellow, with the sepals crossing in front the lip and the longer lateral sepals extending out like a triangle to the sides. The lip is slightly darker yellow with a red brown callus.
  F.S. US$ 12.00

  MAXILLARIA CERIFERA X SELF
  Robust plants produce small lots of flowers which have light yellow green sepals and petals, offset by a brown lip with a white "V" . Fragrant.
  F.S. US$ 8.00

  MAXILLARIA OCHROLEUCA X SELF
  Produces many single flowers which are spidery in shape. The color is generally cream to pale yellow with a dark orange lip. Gives off a delightful tutti-frutti scent.
  F.S. US$ 8.00

  MAXILLARIA PORPHYOSTELE X SELF
  Plants have thick grass-like leaves and produce lots of 3 cm light yellow-orange flowers with marron picotee. The lip is yellow-orange with dark marron spotting. Fragrant.
  F.S. US$ 8.00

  MAXILLARIA PHOENICANTHAERA x SELF
  Related to Maxillaria picta , it has bright yellow sepals and petals overlaid by orange spots. Nicely fragrant.
 

F.S.

US$10.00

  MILTONIA CLOWESII X SELF
  This is a very showy plant which produces long spikes of up to six flowers which are very long lasting. The petals and sepals are yellow, cross banded with chestnut brown and the lip is purple with white at the tip. Needs intermediate light and temperature.
  F.S. US$ 10.00

  MILTONIA CUNEATA X SELF
  Always popular when in flower, this Mitonia produces tall spikes of 3-7 flowers. The sepals and petals are cream, heavily overlaid by dark chocolate brown patterns and offset by a nearly pure white lip. Spring flowering.
  F.S. US$ 12.00

  MILTONIA FLAVESCENS X SELF
  Has long spikes of 7-15 flowers which can be long lasting. The sepals and petals are pale yellow and the lip is generally white with purple-red veins. Intermediate to warm growing.
  F.S. US$ 8.00

  MILTONIA REGNELLI ALBA X SELF
  Strong growing plants produce spikes of up to six flowers on an upright stem. Flowers are about 5 cm and have pure white sepals and petals and a white lip.
  F.S. US$ 10.00

  MILTONIA RUSSELIANA X SELF
  We now have a good group of seedlings from this somewhat rare Miltonia. Up to 10 flowers can be produced on a medium size stem. The 5 cm flowers are brown and somewhat cupped and the lip is pink.
  F.S. US$ 10.00

  MILTONIA SPECTABILIS X SELF
  Well formed flowers with a large lip. Flower color is cream with a purple striped lip.
  F.S. US$ 7.00

  MILTONIA SPECTABILIS ROSEUM X SELF
  An unusual color form of Milt. spectabilis, it has concolor pink sepals and petals with a darker pink lip.
  F.S. US$ 12.00

  OCTOMERIA GRACILIS X SELF
  Plants have stiff upright leaves. The flowers are tiny and yellow in color.
  F.S. US$ 8.00

  ONCIDIUM CONCOLOR X SELF
  Plants produce arching spikes which carry up to twelve well-spaced concolor yellow flower, dominated by the broad, ruffled lip.
  F.S. US$ 12.00

  ONCIDIUM LIMMINGHEI X SELF
  A curious little plant with flat, heart-shaped leaves which lie flat against the host. They produce one flower per spike. The flowers are large for the plant (3-4cm). The sepals and petals are yellow overlaid by dark red-brown markings, while the lip is yellow spotted in brown.
  F.S. US$ 15.00

  ONCIDIUM LONGIPES X SELF
  A dwarf, free-flowering plant, which has short spikes of 3.5 cm flowers which are yellow with brown at the base of the sepals and petals.
  F.S. US$ 8.00

  ONCIDIUM VARICOSUM ROGERSII X SELF
  Plants produce oval pseudobulbs that are furrowed and spotted with purple. They produce many flower on a long arching spike. The small sepals and petals are yellow, offset by red-brown bars and the lip is very large (3-4cm) and buttercup yellow.
  F.S. US$ 12.00

  PLEUROTHALLIS SUBPICTA X SELF
  Small plants produce up to seven flowers on a fine stem. The flowers resemble a open beak with the color dark burgandy overlaying a cream orange.
  F.S. US$ 10.00

  RODRIGUEZIA VENUSTA X SELF
  An especially free-flowering plant which produces many pendulous spikes of pure white 2cm flowers with a yellow stripe down the lip. Flowers are extremely fragrant. Warm growing.
  F.S. US$ 10.00

  SCHOMBURGKIA CRISPA X SELF
  Strong plants produce tall spike of unusally shaped orange-brown flowers. The sepals and petals are wavy.
  4"pots US$ 10.00

  SIGMATOSTALIX RADICANS X SELF
  An easy to grow miniature. The flowers are small (1cm) and are chartreuse with purple markings in the lip. Need shade and cool to intermediate conditions.
  F.S. US$ 7.00

  STELLIS ITATIAYAE X SELF
  Plants produce upright spikes of up to twenty 6 mm flowers which are round. The sepals and petals are green-yellow with rose centrally. Make nice specimen plants for small spaces. Summer flowering
  F.S. US$ 7.00

  STELLIS MODESTA X SELF
  Produces perhaps the smallest flowers of the stellis species in Brazil, the spikes rise above the folliage about 5 cm. Spike carry up to twenty 3 cm green-yellow flowers which form a equilateral triangle.
Spring into Summer flowering
  F.S. US $7.00

  TETRAGAMESTUS MODESTA X SELF
  An unusal plant with a ranging habit, which produce up to three flowers per stem. The flowers are about 1 cm with light emerald green overlaid with some burgandy spotting. The lip is triangular with a pink throat.
  F.S. US $10.00

  XILOBIUM SQUALENS X SELF
  Robust plants produce short inflorescences with clusters of creamy-white flowers with a dark purple callus.
  F.S. US$ 7.00

  ZYGOPETALUM BRACHEPETALUM X SELF
  Plants have long leaves with pointed tips that produce 30 cm flower spikes with 4-8 flowers per spike. Sepals and petals are light green overlaid by darker brown markings and offset by white lip overlaid by light blue-violet striping.
  F.S. US$ 10.00