Another update on the Coelogyne seedlings sown on 27th April. Today Jess has re-plated the first jar of germinated seed into twenty fresh jars of agar to give them the space and nutrients they need for the next stage of their development. Actually, replating at under a month old is a record for us as […]
This is another remarkable Bulbophyllum species with large flowers that have intriguing fillaments of bright purple pink attached to the petals and sepals. The species is native to lowland forests in Malaysia, Borneo, Sumatra and the Philippines and so is a warm growing species and at home in our Warm Asia section. We find that […]
This magnificent Cattleya species is native to Colombia where it grows at around 1000m as a lithophyte on exposed rocks. We find it to be a straight forward species to grow in our Warm Asia section. The species flowers reliably in May for us and in cultivation the species can be recognised by the characteristic […]
This is a small growing species from the Cattleya family rather sweetly names the three nosed Meiracyllium. It is a plant that is found in Mexico and Central America where it grows on three and rock at around 1000m. Its habit is to cling tight to its mount and so we would definitely grow it […]
25 days ago I sowed the seed of Coelogyne cristata and here are the latest photos. The first is of a seedling at 14 magnification under a microscope and the second is of the seed in its jar. We will be replating some of them within the next week.