Orchids plants catalogue - list 1 - list 2

Species
Description
Price US $
Acineta superba  
C-SH- R. Flowers in pendent , pale tan with reddish purple spots.
16.0
Ada ocanensis
I-SH. Flowers yellowish green with chocolate brown spots and lines.
16.0
Anguloa ruckeri C - SH – R. 3 ½”, very fragrant
16.0
Anguloa uniflora C – SH - R. Inflorescence with one thick flower, white with dark rose purple spots inside the lip, light scent.
16.0
Anguloa virginalis C – SH – R. Flower white, densely covered with small purplish rose spots and the base labellum and callus dark golden yellow with reddish spots.
16.0
Bletia catenulata  I to W, F-R. Flowers pink rose to rose lavender color, 3-5 ribbed lip callus.
13.0
Brassavola ovaliformis W-SH. White scented flower. Blossoms during autumn and winter.
13.0
Brassia arcuigera I – SH. Yellow and brown flowers, sepals and petals can reach up to 10”.
13.0
Brassia juninensis shorter petals and sepals than arcuigera with bigger red brown marks.  I – SH.
13.0
Brassia lanceana I – SH. Sepals and petals yellow to orange with reddish brown markings close to the base.
13.00
Brassia pascoensis I-SH. Bifoliate, large flowers, strongly fragrant of tangerines, color dull yellow, barred and spotted cinnamon brown.
13.00
Brassia wageneri I- SH. Flowers showy, pale green with the purple blotch at the base of the petals, labellum pale yellow with purple markings
13.00
Catasetum incurvum W - H .Green  and yellow flower, 2" long.  The inflorescence reachs 20". Resting period during autumn and winter.
16.00
Catasetum macroglossum W-F- H- R. Green flowers, deeply saccate lip 2” in size, easy to grow.
13.00
Catasetum moorei W -I -SH-R light brown, helmet like flower,  1" long.
15.00
Catasetum saccatum W -I-SH–R. 1.5" to 2" flower, brown to maroon sepals with brown blotches inside, fimbriate labellum and high callus surrounding the throat of the deep sac.
15.00
Catasetum shunke iI – H – R. Endemic. Flowers 1.5” yellowish green with rose purple spots and short tubercles on the margin of the lip . 
20.00
Catasetum hillsii I-H- R. Flowers greenish yellow barred clear reddish brown with large erect basal callus and complex lateral labellum appendages which branch forming cauliflower-like heads. Fragrant
15.00
Catasetum tenebrosum W -I-SH –R. Dark brown sepals flower, creamy yellow lip; 10"  inflorescence.
15.00
Catasetum trulla I–H–R. Flowers green to yellow with brown blotches.  Produce several flowers at a time.
15.00
Catteleya mooreana
I -C–SH Intermediate to cool, greenish flower color, small.
22.0
Cattleya iricolor
I  -  C  - SH small flower, narrow petal and sepals two inches long, cream color petals, red spotted.
16.00
Cattleya loddigessi
I-W- H. Pink flower, bifoliate, warm grower.
16.0
Cattleya luteola
W  -  I -  SH Small yellow flower. Flowers in summer and autumn.  Watering all year long.
13.0
Cattleya maxima
 W - I - H. Pink to fuchsia flower(up to 3 1/2" size) could develop over 10 blooms in one spike, watering should be decreased during winter and autumn; easy to grow.
15.00 and up
Cattleya maxima var alba W – I – H. White flowers with yellow central vein in the labellum.
For request
Cattleya máxima var semim alba W - I – H. Sepals and petals white with purple veins, labellum with
For request
Cattleya máxima var. dark W – I – H
For request
Cattleya rex I – C – SH. Cream colored, 4” flower with red streaked lip, full watering during the cultivation period in spring and summer, rest period in winter and autumn.
35.00 and up
Cattleya trianae pink petals with purple lip, flowers in autumn, easy grower, also semi alba and alba types.  W  - I  - H
22.00
Cattleya violacea waxy purple flower, 2"  to 3" long.  W - H
22.00
Chaubardia heteroclita I – SH. Sepal and petals red brown with green strikes, lip is pink to light blue. 
10.00
Chaubardia tigrina
I – SH. Flowers open U-shaped, bilobed with sepals and petals pale lavender with transverse brownish purple mottling.
12.00
Cochleanthes amazonica C-I-H. Large white flowers with purple veins on the lip.
20.00
Coryanthes alborosea W - H.  Large pink buckets Grow in baskets.
27.00
Coryanthes leucocorys W - H. large hypochile, white color with red epichile.
27.00
Coryanthes seegeri W - H. light green hypochile, with burgundy spots.
27.00
Cyclopogon peruvianus W-SH-R. Jewell orchid, small plant, white flowers in spike, variegated leaves red with cream.      
20.00
Cycnoches benettii W-I-H-SH-R. Small light brown flowers.
22.00
Cycnoches carrill W-I-H-SH-R small flowers, pure white disc.
33.00
Cycnoches cooperi W-I-H-SH–R waxy dark to light brown colored flower, 2" long, rare.
35.00 to 100.00
Cycnoches pentadactylon W-I-H-SH-R cream colored flower with wine colored spots,  2" long, inflorescence up to 20" long.
17.00
Cycnoches peruviana W-I-H-SH–R yellowish-green flower, 10" inflorescence.
12.00
Cyrtopochilum macranthum C –H. Large spike, yellow with brown Flowers.     
 17.00
Cyrtopodium butchtienii W -I –F-H –R.
17.00
Cyrtopodium punctatum W-H–SH–R yellow flower with brown spots.
17.00
Dicheae muricata C-I –SH. Pendent plant. Flowers pale cream yellow with scattered small purple spots  and white lip heavily colored and spotted intense purple.
17.00
Dracula janetiae C to I – SH. Short plant      
17.00
     
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