Miscellaneous Species and Hybrids

SIZE CODES and APPROXIMATE Times to Blooming
CodeMeaningShould bloom within :
bsblooming size6 months
or previously bloomed
nbsnear blooming size12 months
lslarge seedling18 months
msmedium seedling24 months
sssmall seedling30 months or more
MT- prefixMounted
OG- prefixOvergrown
Mature plant size terminology
(excluding bloom spikes)
micro-miniunder 2 inches
( miniature )
2 to 6 inches
compact6 to 10 inches
( intermediate )
10 to 18 inches
standard18 to 30 or more inches
NOTE : Prices are in Canadian dollars. We are located in Jordan Station, Ontario
(10 minutes from Niagara Falls).
Our shipping season has ended for 2018. Our last nursery sales weekend for this year will be November 24 & 25 2018 from 11am to 4pm each day. We will have a workshop on Cattleyas at noon on Saturday the 24th.
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Coel. flaccida

Lovely species Coelogyne from south-east Asia. (seed-cross)

Description : Compact plants produce pendulous sprays of fragrant, straw-colored flowers with intricate lips. Prefers moderate conditions. Mature plant size is compact, blooming 2+ times/year.

ls 30
nbs 35
bs 40
Coel. Orchideengarten Joachim

Hybrid of species usitana and salmonicolor (seed-cross)

Description : Sprays of white to buff flowers, offset by striking gold columns and russet to chocolate lips. Prefers moderate to bright conditions. Mature plant is compact, blooming extended over 1+ times/yr.
*** Limited ***

bs 30
Lyc. Oro Columbiano x Superstar

Very high potential for outstanding and awardable flowers.

Description : Expecting rich, bright-yellow flowers, sepals with a heavy spotting and overlay of ruby-red. Prefers moderate to bright light on mid-sized deciduous plants, blooming 1+ times/year.

ms 20
Max. tenuifolia

The very fragrant 'coconut-scented' orchid ! (seed-cross)

Description : Very easy to grow, reddish-brown flowers, shown off nicely against the graceful, grass-like leaves. Prefers moderate conditions. Mature plant is compact, extended blooming 2+ times/year.
Easy to grow, recommended for beginners.

ss 15
Maxillaria variabilis

Select breeding for this charming species (seed-cross)

Description : A hybrid of solid-gold and solid-maroon forms, resulting in bicolors and russet sunset shades. Prefers moderate conditions. Mature plant is miniature, blooming off-and-on throughout year.

ss 15
Stelis micrantha 'Cloud's Mini-Me'

Outstanding miniature species from Ecuador.

Description : Sprays of many, small, fuzzy, chartreuse flowers with a hint of a rose flush. Makes a great display! Prefers moderate conditions. Mature plant is miniature, blooming in profusion 1+ times/year.

bs 25
Vanilla imperialis 'Niagara Parks'

Very rare and showy Vanilla species. Can make vanilla beans.

Description : Very large, ivory/light-green flowers contrasting with the rich, rose-purple lips and gold throats. Prefers moderate conditions. Mature plant is standard, blooming over an extended period.
*** Limited ***

ss 55
Vanilla planifolia

This is the real vanilla orchid !

Description : Vining growth habit. Flowers are ivory to lemon and only last a day or two. Likes moderate/bright light and ample moisture. Good for windowsill or solarium culture.

ss 50
Vanilla planifolia (yellow-variegated)

Pretty variegated mutation of this attractive species.

Description : Just as robust a grower as the usual form, with generous chartreuse/light-green stripes in the leaf. Prefers intermediate to warm conditions. Can bloom frequently once vines are over 6 feet long.
*** Limited ***

ss 55

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