For all of those looking for information on our show and tickets for the Bristish Orchid Show and Congress we have a summary here: Public Day Tickets – £5 on Saturday 3rd November and Sunday 4th November – Please pay on the door (no advance tickets) Preview Evening and Buffet £20 – Friday 2nd November […]
This is one of our smaller Dendrochilum species that in common with most of the genus produces a pendant spike of delicate little fragrant flowers. The species is native to the Philippines where it grows from 660-2250m altitude. We find that our plant does best cool and damp in our Cool Americas section (yes […]
This attractive epidendrum species is found right through Central America and down through Colombia, Ecuador and Peru. Out of flower it looks very like a uni-foliate cattleya but soon shows it’s unique character when the flower spikes appear. Spikes produce up to six large flowers evolved to attract a moth pollinator although it offers no reward […]
This is a small growing Dendrobium species native to Java where it grows in cool wet forests from 1600-2100m altitude. The name refers to the star like flowers – if you look from underneath – and these are produced from old leafless pseudobulbs making a plant that will become better and better with time as […]
This species is a mini-miniature from the cool moist cloud forests of Panama and Colombia. The plant produces a mass of 3cm long leaves and then single flowers on 4cm stems – very cute. We find that the species does well mounted or in baskets.