Botanicals & Unusual

Botanicals & Unusual Species/Hybrids

FOLLOWING IS A LISTING OF SOME OF THE BOTANICALS & UNUSUAL SPECIES/HYBRIDS THAT WE CURRENTLY HAVE IN SPIKE, IN BUD OR IN BLOOM. PLEASE ALSO VIEW THE EXCITING NEW RELEASES/ARRIVALS PAGE:

           UPDATED 12/5/17

:Botanical or Unusual Species and Hybrids

posted Dec 7, 2015, 7:07 PM by T NP   [ updated Dec 9, 2016, 7:21 AM ]

In the interest of saving time, please find below a partial summary list of some other Botanical or Unusual Species and Hybrids:

  • Coelia bella - Very unusual and hard to find species from Costa Rica and Mexico. Flowers have fragrance reminiscent of marzipan or almond oil.
  • Laelia anceps - Beautiful flowers on tall stems. Very reliable bloomer.
  • Lycaste Gilberto Merino - Very nice reddish maroon color.
  • Nageliella purpurea - Very unusual miniature species from Central America with attractive speckled foliage. Small pink flowers are borned in a cluster at end of long stems. Flower stems can still produce flowers for several years, so don't cut them off.

Lycaste macrophylla 'Herman'

posted Sep 11, 2010, 11:44 AM by T NP   [ updated Dec 9, 2016, 7:06 AM ]

 
                               








Lycaste macrophylla 'Herman'

A warmth tolerant species from Central and South America.  The quite attractive waxy flowers, with variable color forms (from green to reddish brown) are lightly fragrant.  Normally blooms in the summer and fall.

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