Orchid Sale Cancelled for 2017
Examples of Orchids from previous sales.
Cattleya Nigritian x Blc. (Brassolaeliocattleya) Bryce Canyon This orchid with beautiful deep raspberry-lavender 5-inch flowers, with a couple of “yellow patches in the throat, is an unregistered cross. That means that the plant was never given a name and registered with the Royal Horticultural Society in England (the organization that keeps track of all orchid hybrids that are officially named). The Cattleya Nigritian parent is an old, old hybrid created by Sanders Nursery in England … Continue reading →
Blc. (Brassolaeliocattleya) Booth Lee Blc. Booth Lee is a cross between Bc. Maikai and Lc. Jalapa. It is a “new kid on the block,” created by T. W. Moore of Endangered Jewels Nursery of Bakersfield, CA and registered in 2001. The flowers are about three inches across and several are produced on each stalk. The sepals and petals are very deep burgundy-purple, the outside and the front edge of the lip are pink; the inside … Continue reading →
Lc. (Laeliocattleya) Nancie Thomas Nancie Thomas is a beautiful, large, “corsage-type” orchid. The flowers are white with a purple lip, with 3-4 produced on each spike and are about five inches across. The plant blooms once a year in the late Fall to Winter. The plants are fairly large with the pseudobulbs and their single leaves reaching at least a foot or more in height. Lc. Nancie Thomas was created by Lines Orchids of Signal … Continue reading →
Bl. (Brassolaelia) Yellow Bird Yellow Bird is a “brighten your day” orchid. The flower petals start out kind of darkish orange or maroon but after a few days they turn yellow. The flowers are about 3 inches across and usually clustered 3-4 on a spike. This plant is a cross between Bl. Richard Mueller and Brassavola nodosa (the Lady of the Night Orchid). The pseudobulbs and leaves are narrow and the plants are less than … Continue reading →