Orchids plants catalogue - list 1 - list 2

Species
Description
Price US $
Eleanthus linifolius W-I F
14.00
Encyclia chloroleuca light green flower W - SH
12.00
Encyclia cyperifolia green flower. W – SH
12.00
Encyclia fragrans (Anachelium fragrans) white flower with dark spots. Scented.
W - I – SH
12.00
Encyclia mycrotos light orange flower with white lip. W - I - SH
18.00
Encyclia vespa  
18.00
Epidendrum calanthum white sepals and heavy pink color petals, 1/4" long
hooding and split lip; small plant. W - I – H
10.00
Epidendrum ciliare epiphytic; white flower, splited lip needs medium light. W- I – H
18.00
Epidendrum funckii light pink flower, ¼” long, lip with split yellow center. W – I – H.
8.00
Epidendrum paniculatum small floweres, white with small purple spot I –H.
12.00
Epidendrum purum several racimes of light yellow flowers. Flowering at the same time. I – H.
12.00
Epidendrum radicans easy grower, orange flower, lip with dark spots. W - I – F
8.00

Epidendrum raniferum
5´heigh. Round inflorescence a 6” high with yellow and brown flowers. I – H.
12.00
Epidendrum schomburgkii

orange flower, very split lip, flowerss in autumn and
winter. W- I - F - H

12.00
Epidendrum secundum easy grower, flowers from white to purple. Plant 4' high. W - I – F
8.00
Gongora quinquinervis W - I - H – R purple to brown flowers
18.00
Gongora rufescens yellow flowers with wine colored spots, flowers in
wintertime. W - I – SH
15.00
Gongora sanderiana W - I - SH Endemic, copper to yellow colored flower, round-shaped, 1 1/2" long. Scented. Flower in spring and summer.
23.00
Gongora scaphephorus white flower with wine colored spots, flowers in spring and summer. W - I - SH
15.00
Helcia sanguinolenta Medium size plant, purple lip, green yellow with red spots sepals. W – I – SH
17.00
Keferstenia pusilla I - H.
12.00
Keferstenia graminea I - H.
12.00
Keferstenia mysticina I - H. Flowers with sepals and petals pale green with
white and deeply fimbriate to long ciliate lip,
10.00
Keferstenia pellita I - H
10.00
Lockhartia benettii I-C SH
17.00
Lockhartia schunkei I-W SH

16.00
Lycaste ciliata creamy yellow flower with splited lip. I - C - SH - R
16.00
Lycaste grande Big seudobulbs. Arching green petals and sepals with large red lip. I - C - SH - R
17.00
Lycaste locusta green flower. Scented, white hairy lip. I - C - SH - R
17.00
Lycaste longiscapa scented flower, tall stem, carrying medium size flower,
green . C – SH – R.
15.00
Lycaste macrophylla cream colored flower with red lip. I - C - SH - R
12.00
Lycaste mezae green flower. C – SH – R.
17.00
Lycaste reichenbachii Endemic, hairy lip light orange, greenish flower. I - C- SH - R
20.00
Lycaste trifoliata small plant, light-green colored flower, hairy lip. I - C - SH - R
17.00
Macroclineum aurorae Miniature, light blue inflorescense
½ inch plant, W - SH
20.00
Masdevallia amabilis :The color flower varies from white to purple. I – C – SH.
12.00
Masdevallia ayabacana :easy to grow. Red big flowers. W – I – SH.
15.00
Masdevallia bicolor dark red flower, with yellow sepals. Carries two or threeflowers at the same time. W – I – SH.
12.00
Masdevallia decumana : I-C-SH
15.00
Masdevallia echo red to brown, web grow plant I SH   
10.00
Masdevallia khuniorum red to brown, web grow plant I SH   
22.00
Masdevallia minuta :miniature ,dwarf. I – C – SH.
10.00
Masdevallia reginae Close to ayabacana, with spots.
W – I- SHI
15.00
Masdevallia strobell iI - C - SH.
12.00
Masdevallia veitchiana I-C-SH Endemic orange to red
25.00
Masdevallia weberbaueri red and yellow flower. W – I – SH. Well grower plant.
8.00
Masdevallia wurdackii I-C SH pink to yellow
30.00
Maxilaria rufescens
14.00
Maxillaria butchtienii
14.00
Maxillaria chartacifolia
12.00
Maxillaria nasuta

13.00
Maxillaria picta :2 ½” flowers. Light yellow flower with purple. I – SH.
13.00
Maxillaria valenzuelana pendolous plant, yellow flower. I – SH.
13.00
Miltoniopsis bismarckii :round pink flower with yellow in the middle. I – SH.
13.00
Miltoniopsis santanei :round white flower with yellow in the middle. I – SH.
13.00
Mormodes revolutum flower regularly red colored with darker veins, also found
in yellow with reddish spots, 1" long. I - W - SH – R
16.00
Mormodes rolfeanum ndemic, yellow or red waxy flower, 1 1/2" long, also found
in the red color. W - I - SH - R
20.00
Mormodes warscewiczii Endemic, W-I -F -R
20.00
Mormolica gracipiles :small plant, orange flower. 1” big. I – SH.
8.00
Odontoglossum aureum :yellow inflorescence. Easy to gow. I – C – H.
16.00
Odontoglossum digitatum I – C – H.
16.00
Odontoglossum harryanum :fragrant. Nice, dark chesnut brown striped sepals . I– C – H.
16.00
Odontoglossum multistellare :I- C- H
16.00
Odontoglossum pardinum :yellow flower, lip spotted with orange. I – C – H.
16.00
Odontoglossum praestans :yellow with brown spotted flower. I – C – H.
16.00
Odontoglossum wyattianum :Endemic, closed to harryanum. I – C – H.
20.00
Oncidium excavatum yellow with light brown colored flower. Erect 20" long
inflorescence, flowers in autumn and wintertime. W - I - C - SH
12.00
Oncidium fuscatum
17.00
Oncidium hyphaematicum easy to grow, long spike with yellow and brown flowers.
W – H.
17.00
Oncidium lanceanum lilac lip, with brown sepals, Erect inflorescence. Mounted
grows best. Ear Mule Orchid W - SH
17.00
Oncidium morenoi small flower white with yellow. W - H
10.00
Oncidium nanum small yellow flower with burgundy spots., improved growth if mounted. Blossom during springtime. W – SH
10.00
Oncidium onustum yellow flower, 12" long inflorescence, grows under warm andintermediate environment that includes bright light. W - I - C - H - R
12.00
Oncidium pardothyrsus 36" long inflorescence, 1/2" long yellow-brownish
colored flowers, flowers in the autumn. W - I - C - H
12.00
Oncidium sprucei :yellow flower, with inflorescence reaching 2 feet, flowers inwintertime. Rat tail orchid. W - H - SH
12.00
Peristeria lindenii :waxy, copper/reddish colored flower. I - H - SH
17.00
Pleurothallis picta
8.00
Pleurothallis tricarinata
12.00
Psychopsis sanderae :Endemic. moth orchid. 2" seedlings. I - C - SH
15.00
Psychopsis versteegiana :yellow flower with large brown spots. W - I - SH
20.00
Psygmorchis glosomistax
9.00
Psygmorchis pusilla :yellow flower, small plant. Needs high humidity. W - I - SH
12.00
Restrepia elegans
13.00
Rodriguezia batemanii Endemic, white flower with pink dots . Likes high
humidity, scented. W - I - SH
17.00
Rodriguezia estradae white to cream rounded flower, likes high humidity. W - I - SH
10.00
Rodriguezia secunda : red flower. Likes with high humidity. W - I - SH
10.00
Schomburgkia moyobambae lilac lip medium size plant, requires bright light. W
- I - F - H
15.00
Schomburgkia weberbaueriana brown flower white lip; rolled edged, large plant.
W - I - F - H
16.00
Scuticaria salesiana : round flower, white with red stripes. Rare.I - C – SH
22.00
Sobralia candida white colored flower, terrestrial type. Flowers in autumn. W- I – H
16.00
Sobralia dichotoma Large `plant, W- I- H
16.00
Sobralia frimbriata lWhite flower, hairy lip. W – I – H.
16.00
Sobralia sessilis Lilac flower W- I- H
16.00
Solenidiopsis tigroides Small plant, yellow with orange spots flowers. I- H
16.00
Spiranthes speciosa variegated leaves, red flowers on spike.
16.00
Stanhopea anfracta lemon scented flower with brown spots on the lip. Flowers in autumn. W - I - SH
16.00
Stanhopea candida waxy, white flower. Flowers in autumn. scented W - I - SH
16.00
Stanhopea haselowiana Endemic, large flower, white with red lines with random
distribution.scented W - I - SH
25.00
Stanhopea jenischiana light orange flower. A well growth plant is able to
carry more than 20 flowers at the same time. Very fragrant. W – I – SH.
19.00
Stanhopea nigripes Endemic, cream flower. Scented W - I - SH
19.00
Trichocentrum albococcineum green to brown sepals flower, with lilac lip.
Flowers in autumn. I - SH
18.00
Trichocentrum panduratum small type, yellow flower. Flowers inautumn. I -
SH
18.00
Trichocentrum tigrinum Purple spotted lip. Sepals and petals light green with purple spots. W - I - SH    
14.00
Trichopilla fragrans White flowers, scented easy to grow
W – SH
18.00
Xylobium colleyi
12.00
Xylobium foveatum
12.00
Xylobium subintegrum

12.00
Xylobium variegatum
12.00
   
   
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