Primary Orchid Genera
We have four different prices
1. Price Point: typically Maudiae, mottled leaf, varieties
2. Select: interestingly bred novelties
3. Premium: yellow/green complex (bulldogs), some multifloral
4. Premium Plus: red/spot complex (bulldogs) and multifloral
We have four different grades
1. Price Point: includes a lot of fast growing, free flowering, smaller plants
2. Select: larger, free flowering plants
3. Premium: typically tall, upright stems with flowers held well above the leaves
4. Premium Plus: usually something very special or unusual
The selection at this time is limited but we do have more hybrids on the way with the objective of being able to supply various different hybrids year round.
Our supply of Lycaste for sale at this time is very, and we mean VERY, limited. The ones we bought in to hold us over until our own crosses reached blooming size are just not growing very quickly.
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There is a handling charge of $1.25 per plant ($18.75 per order of 15 plants). This increases our Price Point Paphs to $10 per plant, delivered and Select to $13 per plant, delivered. Still these remain very attractive prices for small quantities. And remember, the prices we quote are always delivered prices. (more…)
This is the title of an article we were asked to write for Orchids magazine, the AOS publication. When or whether it will ever be published we have no idea. But we get the “I can’t grow Masds” comment all the time. Here’s our answer to that “No you can’t grow every Masdevallia, but in all probability you can grow some of them. It is just a question of figuring out which ones”. Our article is designed to help you do just that, and to tell you how we grow them in our conditions. Hopefully this will help you enjoy these wonderful, free blooming, colorful orchids. Click here to be linked to the full article. (more…)
We have recorded a 45 minute DVD. It is called “The Story of little bellatulum” and focuses on the difficulty of breeding and growing red complex paphs, also known as the bulldog paph. If you are seeking a program, even on short notice, we are happy to send you a copy of the DVD and can be available to answer questions by telephone after you have viewed the DVD. (more…)
You are welcome to use any of the photographs on the website. Credit is not necessary; we do not want your customers coming to us! We only use photographs we have taken of our flowers. We do not “borrow” photographs. There will be times when we do not have a photograph on the website, but we are working on it. If you need one that is not on the website, check with us. It may simply be an oversight. Please understand all our plants are seed crosses and seed crosses do show variations in the flowers, sometimes a lot. When we are using a photo of a flower that received an award, we will add that notation.