This species is always in flower and so we have been waiting until a quiet time to post it. The species is native to Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia, Venezuela and Guyana at altitudes of 1300 to 3500 meters and I have seen it described as a miniature and although the flowers are small grows into a very large plant […]
We have made it to day 250 with our daily posts and today we have one of our smaller miniatures. This is our second macroclinium species to feature in 365 days of orchids. Macroclinium lineare is found in warm mossy forests in Costa Rica and Panama at around 700-1400m. This species has shorter flower spikes […]
This Coelogyne species used to be known as Coelogyne dayana and is native to lowland forests in South East Asia and Malaysia where it grows as an epiphyte on trunks and lower branches in shade. Her it produces spectacularly long flower spikes with up to fifty large and attractive flowers.
This is a small growing Cymbidium found across a wide range from the Himalayas t0 Japan and south through South East Asia and Malaysia. It is a terrestrial species in cool evergreen forests from 2000-2300m where it grows in leaf litter and moss. To reflect its natural habitat we grow the species cool and shaded […]
This is a medium sized masdevallia species with very long lasting large flowers that are produced successively over a very long period from a flower spike. It is not unusual for this orchid to be in flower for eight months of the year. The flowers are invariably pendulous and so we usually move this plant […]