2a favorite mini-miniature twig epiphyte, Phalaenopsis-like growth habit with pendant 2` leaves, short spikes produce consecutive charming chartreuse 1` blooms with a ruby red spotted lip, nearly ever-blooming, easy grower, heavily fragrant, likes to grow moist
2another cooler-growing Vanda species of the Himalayas that is more compact than many of its relatives, this accommodating plant has thinner leaves than V. corulea and V. tricolor and produces numerous short spikes with gorgeous, 2` fragrant green flowers with a shockingly large and colorful red/white lip with a forked tip.
2ideal foliage plant, wonderful creeping, mat forming miniature Bulbo with 1/4` bulbs spaced evenly 1/4` apart along their rhizomes topped with a single 1/2` ovate leaf, flush blooming with many single-flowered 1/2` spikes carrying creamy yellow translucent spidery 1/4` blooms
2Some thing new and exciting; tiny minute small pea-size bulbs that are deciduous, half inch dark green leaves, flowers are very large for thew size of the plants measuring close to 1` dwarfing the plant.
2this is a truly great hardy drought-tolerant species with fantastic flowers, L. anceps is a Christmas bloomer, angular 4` bulbs with a solitary thick dark green 8` leaf, long 2 ft. spikes each with clusters of 2 to 5 flowers, the very showy 4` to 5` blooms are pale lavender with an intense crimson lip that has a yellow/red striped center, very easy to grow and fragrant, does very well outdoors down to 32 F. (Additional shipping may apply due to size of plant)
2a marvelous mini-Encyclia with conical 3/4` bulbs each topped with 2 or 3 very narrow 6` leathery leaves, wiry arching 12` spikes emerge from the top of the bulb in spring, up to 12 long-lasting 2-1/2` starry-shaped flowers per spike, red-brown sepals and petals are narrow and pointed, the broad lip is white with fine lines of purple radiating from the center
2this fantastic and showy species is closely related to (and may only be a variety of) Bulbophyllum blumei, 2` round bulbs appear on a creeping rhizome, each bulb has a 6` smooth thick ovate dark-green leaf, this floriferous shady grower produces 4` long maroon, fuzzy-edged flowers that have a white margin and a Masdevallia-like shape; multiple thin, wiry spikes appear several times per year underneath the bulbs and arch upwards to 10`, each bears a single flower
22` egg-shaped translucent bulbs each with a pair of 6` leaves, arching flower spikes up to 8` long rise from the new growths, 2` crystalline white flowers with yellow and orange blotching on the lip, forms specimen plants quickly, massive spring bloomer
2a beautiful compact representative of a large but relatively unknown genus allied to Dendrobium, clumping 2` bulbs topped with a trio of 3` leaves, thin roots are fuzzy, 3` spikes emerge from the sides of mature bulbs carrying up to 7 blooms each, the 3/4` flowers have deep yellow sepals and petals with red striations, bright yellow lip has red side-lobes, easy growing winter/spring bloomer, fragrant.
2a delightful miniature with 2` sheathed stems topped with an ovate 1 1/2` leaf, wiry 1 1/2` spikes arise from the base of the leaves, carrying a single very attractive 1 1/4` bloom, the fused lateral sepals are basely red turning to yellow with a cream tip, and are longitudinally striped in red, with long thin antenna like red dorsal sepal and petals, free flowering.
2a lovely compact evergreen or deciduous in cold climates Calanthe, lustrous green 8` leaves form a rosette, 20` spikes emerge from the center bearing upwards of a dozen beautiful pure white blooms, the 1 3/4` flowers have widely spreading pointed sepals and petals, large tri-lobed undulated lip with faint yellow basal markings, easy growing spring bloomer. Will take hard frost when planted in the ground and well mulched.