Today we are at the Devon Orchid Show in Budliegh Salterton and Eleanor and Amalia left school at 5.30am to be here in time to put together a lovely display. We have been busy on sales and have lots of awards – more later.
Two of our clones of Myrmecophila tibicinis are on their way to the Devon Orchid Show this morning and I am sure that they will cause quite a stir. The species develops into a really big orchid and the flower spikes are very long . One of our clones is more compact with 1.5m spikes […]
We have some big orchids to feature on our display at the Devon Orchid Society show tomorrow but I am sure there will be a lot of interest in our miniatures like this tiny stelis species. This tiny stelis species is native to Ecuador and Venezuela where is grows as an epiphyte in moss and […]
This is the first time our plant of this remarkable species has flowered and so the first time we have been able to include it on 365 days. Bulbophyllum phalaenopsis is native to lowland forests in New Guinea where it grows as an epiphyte in deep shade. It has several remarkable characteristics including the enormous […]
These delicate looking but long lasting flowers belong to Dendrobium aduncum and are produced over several months. The species comes from the Himalayas and South East Asia where it is found in forests from 300m to 1300m which indicates a tolerance of a range of temperatures, but we grow in in our Warm Asia section. […]