2a gorgeous miniature with a 6` leaf span, dark green to orange-green leaves, multiple 10` straight spikes with up to 12 creamy white starry 2` flowers each with a trailing 4` nectary, resemble birds in flight, free-flowering and fragrant.
2compact deciduous terrestrial with unique angular bulbs, 6` fuzzy spikes produce 4 to 5 showy long-lasting 2-1/2` rose-pink-lavender flowers, creamy green lip dotted with brown, fragrant, needs dry rest period in winter.
2Growing throughout Asia in evergreen broad leaved forests, coniferous forests, and grassy places. Grow cool to cold in a terrestrial mix. They can be planted out in the garden in many locations as well. Winter rests are required.
2a typical Brassavola which can grow upright, pendulous or both, 10` bulbs topped with terete deeply grooved 12` leaves, short spikes with clusters of up to 10 very showy 3` blooms, linear sepals and petals are yellowish with an elyptic pure white lip, center is apple green, very fragrant easy growing spring bloomer
2This beautiful Brassavola from Brazil, is an easy grower with fragrant flowers mostly at night. They do require a drier winter, but this does not mean an extended drier period. Just allow your plants to slightly dry between waterings. Slightly cooler nights during this time also helps with spring flowering.
2robust plant, flower spike is 2`+, spidery 5` to 8` flowers arranged in two vertical rows, green-spotted brown blooms with yellowish lip spotted purple, can bloom autumn and spring, very beautiful and fragrant
2another very attractive compact `Spider Orchid` with grooved tapered 4` bulbs and short green 5` foliage, spikes up to 1 ft. with numerous spidery cream-colored 4` flowers with red/brown barring, crystalline white oval lip, fragrant, beautiful floral display, awesome plant
2easy growing plant from `down under` with 6` paddle-like leaves borne along a wandering rhizome, charming single 1-1/2` blooms appear at any time of year ; the pale yellow sepals and petals are covered in showy red spots; column and anther cap are bright yellow; small mobile lip is spotted on the edges curling back behind the edges of the lateral sepals, pleasant fragrance is both sweet and musky
2an insanely gorgeous Bulbo, 1` bulbs widely spaced along a meandering rhizome, each topped with a single leathery 6` matte green leaf, 7` spikes carry an umbel of up to 6 stunning 2` slightly cupped creamy yellow blooms; bow-legged lateral sepals are boldly striped red, the dorsal sepal and petals have radiating lines of red polka dots and a pronounced peachy tongue-like rocking lip
2this bulbophyllum has bizarre 1-1/2` flowers that look more like little animals than plants, and smell like cherry cough syrup ; greenish-bronze sepals and petals are covered with red spots; lateral sepals are swept back while the dorsal sepal and petals curl towards the black lip which rocks both side-to-side as well as back and forth; freely branching rambling rhizome produces 1` bulbs which are topped by a single 5` long narrow leaf
2an awesome miniature Bulbo with 3/4` fat squatty wrinkled purple bulbs spaced 1/2` apart on a creeping rhizome, each topped with a 1` dark green oval shiny leaf, blooms appear in clusters from the base of the bulbs, the beautiful 1` flowers are a glossy dark red with a rocking red lip and resemble a Dutch wooden shoe.