This coelogyne species is native to Malaysia, Sumatra, Borneo and Java where it grows in evergreen forest from 1150 to 2100m altitude. Although the habitat suggests the plant would grow cooler we find that the species does best for us in a shady spot in Warm Asia (minimum 18C) where we grow the species […]
This is a small sized epiphytic species native to the Philippines where is flowers on a short upright flower spike which produces many flowers over many years as the spike continues to reflower multiple times. The flowers carry heavy red barring on a yellow background with a light lilac lip.
This epiphytic Bulbophyllum is endemic to the island of Sulawesi, part of the Indonesian islands. It produces a number of sequential flowers throughout the summer on a long upright flower spike. The flowers are typically yellow with an almost black lip, this colour form seems to be relatively uncommon with its orange petals and […]
Restrepias provide flowers in our orchid collection throughout the year and several flower on and off all year. Restrepis cymbula is one of our smaller flowered species but plants regularly produce a good show of flowers as it is this week. The name means boat and refers to the unusual shape of the synsepal which […]
This is one of our most floriferous stelis species. The name ‘nexipous’ means duck’s foot and describes the shape of the flowers which is unlike any other stelis in our collection. The dense spikes are very upright and secund (all the flowers facing one way) giving a dramatic display that lasts for several months. […]