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Bletilla striata, Hyacinth Orchid, Chinese Ground Orchid

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 Bletilla striata
Family: Orchidaceae
Hyacinth Orchid, Chinese Ground Orchid
Origin: Southeastern Asia
Small shrub 2-5 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate waterPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Bletilla striata is a perennial, deciduous orchid of open environments.

It is hardy in gardens from USDA Zones 5 (with protection) to 9.


 Bletilla striata, Hyacinth Orchid, Chinese Ground Orchid

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Bletilla striata, Hyacinth Orchid, Chinese Ground Orchid

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Bletilla striata, Hyacinth Orchid, Chinese Ground Orchid

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Brassavola sp., Lady of the Night

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Brassavola flagellaris
 Brassavola sp.
Family: Orchidaceae
Lady of the Night
Origin: Central America, Southern America
Small shrub 2-5 ftSemi-shadeEpiphyteRegular waterModerate waterPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersFragrantAttracts butterflies, hummingbirds

Most Brassavola orchids are very fragrant, attracting pollinators with their citrusy smell. But they are only fragrant at night, in order to attract the right moth. Longevity of flowers depends on the species and is between five and thirty days.

In 1698 Brassavola nodosa was the first tropical orchid to be brought from the Caribbean island Curaçao to Holland. Thus began the propagation of this orchid and the fascination for orchids in general. Brassavola nodosa are found in low lying coastal regions, generally below 1640 ft. (500 m), growing on either trees in lowland tropical forests and mangrove swamps, or on exposed rocks and cliffs near the shore. During the growing period they require plenty of water. After the pseudobulbs have finished growing, water should be restricted for a few weeks during the rather indefinite rest period.


 Brassavola sp., Lady of the Night

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Brassavola nodosa

Brassavola sp., Lady of the Night

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Brassavola nodosa
Brassavola sp., Lady of the Night

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Brassavola nodosa
Brassavola sp., Lady of the Night

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Brassanthe Maikai 'Mayumi'

Brassavola nodosa x Guarianthe bowringiana
Brassavola sp., Lady of the Night

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Brassavola nodosa
Brassavola sp., Lady of the Night

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Brassavola nodosa
Brassavola sp., Lady of the Night

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Brassavola nodosa
Brassavola sp., Lady of the Night

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Brassanthe Maikai 'Mayumi'

Brassavola nodosa x Guarianthe bowringiana
Brassavola sp., Lady of the Night

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Brassavola nodosa
Brassavola sp., Lady of the Night

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Brassavola nodosa x Rhyncholaelia digbyana
Brassavola sp., Lady of the Night

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Brassanthe Maikai 'Mayumi'

Brassavola nodosa x Guarianthe bowringiana
Brassavola sp., Lady of the Night

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Brassavola nodosa x Rhyncholaelia digbyana
Brassavola sp., Lady of the Night

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Brassolaelia Fladosa x Brassavola nodosa
Brassavola sp., Lady of the Night

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Brassavola nodosa
Brassavola sp., Lady of the Night

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Brassavola nodosa
Brassavola sp., Lady of the Night

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Brassavola nodosa
Brassavola sp., Lady of the Night

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Cahuzacara Topaz Neat

Rhyncattleanthe Love Sound x Brassocattleya Yellow Bird
Brassavola sp., Lady of the Night

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Brassavola flagellaris
Brassavola sp., Lady of the Night

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Bc. Little Mermaid 'Janet'

Cattleya walkeriana X Brassanthe Maikai


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Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Bakerara
 Brassia sp.
Family: Orchidaceae
Spider Orchid
Origin: Central America
Small shrub 2-5 ftSemi-shadeEpiphyteUnusual colorAttracts butterflies, hummingbirds

Brassia species and its popular hybrids are common in cultivation, and are notable for the characteristic long and spreading tepals.

Brassia orchids need a lot of water while producing flowers, but donít like to get too wet. Good air circulation is important, too, otherwise you will see brown spots on the leaves.

x Bakerara abbreviated Bak. is the nothogenus for intergeneric hybrids between the orchid genera Brassia, Miltonia and Odontoglossum


 Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassia rex
Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassia rex
Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassia jipijapensis
Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassada (?)
Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassia arcuigera
Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassia rex
Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassada (?)
Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassia 'Rising Star'
Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassia rex
Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassia arcuigera
Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassia rex
Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassia rex
Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassia antherotes - Spider Orchid, Lovely Brassia
Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Bulbophyllum blumei, Bulbophyllum

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Family: Orchidaceae
Bulbophyllum
Origin: Papua New Guinea
Small shrub 2-5 ftShadeSemi-shadeEpiphyteModerate waterUnusual color

Plants have a long rhizome that separates the growths, and bloom stems originate all along that rhizome each time it flowers. Delicate, upright stems bear one flower each. Vigorous.


 Bulbophyllum blumei, Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum medusae
 Bulbophyllum sp.
Family: Orchidaceae
Bulbophyllum
Small shrub 2-5 ftShadeSemi-shadeEpiphyteModerate waterPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersUnusual colorRed/crimson/vinous flowersYellow/orange flowers

Bulbophyllum is the largest genus in the Orchidaceae.

Species and varieties:

Bulbophyllum annandalei

Bulbophyllum asperulum

Bulbophyllum blumei

Bulbophyllum carunculatum

Bulbophyllum digoelense

Bulbophyllum eberhardtii

Bulbophyllum fascinator

Bulbophyllum flavescens

Bulbophyllum gibbosum

Bulbophyllum graveolens

Bulbophyllum immobile

Bulbophyllum laxiflorum

Bulbophyllum makoyanum

Bulbophyllum medusae

Bulbophyllum orectopetalum

Bulbophyllum ornatissimum

Bulbophyllum phalaenopsis

Bulbophyllum rothschildianum

Bulbophyllum rufinum

Bulbophyllum treschii

Bulbophyllum vaginatum


 Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum gibbosum

Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum carunculatum
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum treschii
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum rufinum
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum rufinum
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum rufinum
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum 'Wilmar Fantasy'
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum flavescens
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum Fascination 'Socks'

Bulbophyllum fascinator x longissimum
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum medusae
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum vaginatum
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum phalaenopsis
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum purpureorhachis
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum carunculatum
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum eberhardtii
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum rothschildianum
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum immobile
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum annandalei x frostii
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum eberhardtii
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum orectopetalum
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum graveolens
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum vaginatum
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum graveolens
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum phalaenopsis
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum graveolens
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum vaginatum
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum annandalei x Trias disciflora
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum ornatissimum
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum rothschildianum
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum makoyanum
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum laxiflorum
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum digoelense
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum graveolens
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum graveolens
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum immobile
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum makoyanum
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum immobile
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum annandalei x frostii
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum 'Wilmar Fantasy'
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum asperulum
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum laxiflorum
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum vaginatum


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Calanthe sp., Calanthe

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Calanthe argenteostriata
 Calanthe sp.
Family: Orchidaceae
Calanthe
Origin: Tropical Asia
Small shrub 2-5 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate waterPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersOrnamental foliageDeciduous

Calanthe is a widespread genus of terrestrial orchids with some 200 species. There are two main types of Calanthe in cultivation, deciduous and evergreen. The evergreen types have no rest period and should be kept somewhat damp all year. The deciduous types comprise one of the most satisfactory groups of all orchids, with inflorescences that bloom over a long period of time in the late autumn and winter. The plants require to be carefully watered, and should never be saturated at their roots. Give a moderate supply only. When dormant keep the plants rather dry. When growing give more water, and if possible a higher temperature.


 Calanthe sp., Calanthe

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Calanthe argenteostriata

Calanthe sp., Calanthe

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Calanthe argenteostriata
Calanthe sp., Calanthe

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Calanthe vestita
Calanthe sp., Calanthe

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Calanthe vestita
Calanthe sp., Calanthe

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Calanthe vestita
Calanthe sp., Calanthe

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Calanthe vestita
Calanthe sp., Calanthe

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Calanthe sp., Calanthe

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Catasetum sp., Catasetum

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Family: Orchidaceae
Catasetum
Origin: Tropical America
Small shrub 2-5 ftSemi-shadeRegular waterUnusual colorRed/crimson/vinous flowersYellow/orange flowersFragrantAttracts butterflies, hummingbirds

Catasetum have thick, cigar-shaped pseudobulbs which are clustered.

The inflorescence is borne on the basis. It consists of very fleshy flowers that are unisexual, which is exceptional for orchids. The colorful male and yellowish-green female flowers are typically situated on different plants. Which type of flower a plant produces is determined by the conditions under which it grows. There are rare cases in which a single plant in intermediate conditions will produce both male and female flowers. These flowers are markedly different in size and color. At first, taxonomists even thought they were dealing with different species.

Catasetum Orchidglade 'David Ranches' is a hybrid of Catasetum pileatum and Catasetum expansum.


 Catasetum sp., Catasetum

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Catasetum sp., Catasetum

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Catasetum sp., Catasetum

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Catasetum Orchidglade 'Davie Ranches'
Catasetum sp., Catasetum

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Catasetum sp., Catasetum

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Catasetum sp., Catasetum

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Catasetum pileatum var. imperiale 'Pierre Couret' - female flowers
Catasetum sp., Catasetum

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Catasetum sp., Catasetum

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Ctsm. Portagee Star x Ctsm. Susan Fuchs
Catasetum sp., Catasetum

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Catasetum sp., Catasetum

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Catasetum sp., Catasetum

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Catasetum viridiflavum
Catasetum sp., Catasetum

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Catasetum Orchidglade 'Davie Ranches'
Catasetum sp., Catasetum

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Catasetum Orchidglade 'Davie Ranches'
Catasetum sp., Catasetum

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Catasetum Orchidglade 'Davie Ranches'
Catasetum sp., Catasetum

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Catasetum pileatum var. imperiale 'Pierre Couret' - female flowers
Catasetum sp., Catasetum

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Ctsm. Portagee Star x Ctsm. Susan Fuchs
Catasetum sp., Catasetum

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Family: Orchidaceae
Cattleya Orchid
Origin: Tropical Americas
Groundcover and low-growing 2ftVine or creeperShadeSemi-shadeEpiphyteModerate waterPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersYellow/orange flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirds

Named after William Cattleya. These orchids are the most sumptuous and exotic of all and are chosen for corsages. In nature there are about 50 species each of Cattleya and of Laelia from Central America, growing through the Amazon region to the south of Brazil. Many cattleya hybrids in the broad sense have other related genera in their parentage as x Brassocattleya, x Brassolaeliocattleya, x Laeliocattleya, x Sophrolaeliocattleya. Hawkinsara is an intergeneric hybrid with parent genera Broughtonia, Cattleya, Laelia and Sophronitis.

Their distinctive flowers and the tendency of these plants to grow in large colonies has meant that they have been vigorously over-collected and the status of many is endangered. The plants produce strong pseudobulbs' topped with one or more leathery leaves. Each year a dormant bud at the base grows into a new shoot. This thickens to produce the current year's pseudobulb. The flowers arise from the tip of the current year's growth and come in a range of colors. Some flower twice a year.

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 Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya mossiae

Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya harrisoniana
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya Alliance Hybrid
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Brassolaeliocattleya
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya Alliance Hybrid
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Blc. Paradise Jewel 'Flame'
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya luteola
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya bicolor
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya maxima
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Laeliocattleya Aussie Sunset 'Cosmic Fire'
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Blc. Mari's Song x Toshie's Magic
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Myrmecatavola Frances Fox 'Sun Spot'

Brassocattleya Polka Dot x Myrmecophila tibicinis
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya Little Angel x Mary Turne
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Brassolaeliocattleya
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Brassocattleya
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Brassocattleya Maidosa
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Brassolaeliocattleya
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya Chongkolnee
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya walkeriana
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya bicolor
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya bicolor
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya maxima
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Gold Digger Fuchs Mandarin
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Gold Digger Fuchs Mandarin
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya trianae 'The premier'
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Claudehamiltonara Hidden Gold

The parents are Guaritonia Why Not (G. aurantiaca X Bro. sanguinea) and Brassocattleya Richard Mueller (B. nodosa X C. milleri)
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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C. intermedia x Bl. Morning glory
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya Pinata Surprise
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Potinara 'Burana Beauty'
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya maxima
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Laeliocattleya Netrasiri Dark Prince
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Brassolaeliocattleya

Blc. George King 'Serendipity' x C. Horace 'Maxima'
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Claudehamiltonara Hidden Gold

The parents are Guaritonia Why Not (G. aurantiaca X Bro. sanguinea) and Brassocattleya Richard Mueller (B. nodosa X C. milleri)
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Hawkinsara
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Laeliocattleya Molly Tyler
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cahuzacara Topaz Neat

Rhyncattleanthe Love Sound x Brassocattleya Yellow Bird
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Potinara Thiti
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya Hybrid
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Sophrolaeliocattleya
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Sophrolaeliocattleya
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Brassocattleya Maidosa
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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x Brassocattleya
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya Little Angel x Mary Turne
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya walkeriana Alba x Sophrolaeliocattleya Assuan
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Brassolaeliocattleya Alma Kee 'Tipmalee'
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Brassolaeliocattleya Ports of Paradise
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Brassocattleya Marg Putman
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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C. Lynn Spencer 'Char' x Rlc. Fortune 'Golden Throne'
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Potinara Netrasiri Starbright
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya intermedia
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya maxima
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya harrisoniana
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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x Brassocattleya
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Brassolaeliocattleya Rustic Spot
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Bc. Little Mermaid 'Janet'

Cattleya walkeriana X Brassanthe Maikai
Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Cattleya sp., Cattleya Orchid

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Chiloschista lunifera, Thailand orchid

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Family: Orchidaceae
Thailand orchid
Origin: Thailand
Small shrub 2-5 ftSemi-shadeEpiphyteRegular waterWhite/off-white flowersYellow/orange flowersFragrant

Unusual leafless orchids from Thailand, consisting of a cluster of silvery roots, emanating from a central growth point, with no leaves or visible stem. The roots have chlorophyll, and photosynthesize, feeding the plant. When in bloom, short spikes are produced, usually in profusion, bearing many small fragrant vanilla-scented flowers, white with a yellow splash on each petal and sepal. A rewarding species, easy to grow mounted in a bright location, allowing to dry between frequent watering.


 Chiloschista lunifera, Thailand orchid

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Chiloschista lunifera, Thailand orchid

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Chiloschista lunifera, Thailand orchid

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Chiloschista lunifera, Thailand orchid

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Chiloschista lunifera, Thailand orchid

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Cochleanthes aromatica, Zygopetalum aromaticum , Cochleanthes

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Family: Orchidaceae
Cochleanthes
Origin: Central America
Small shrub 2-5 ftSemi-shadeEpiphyteModerate waterUnusual colorFragrant
 Cochleanthes aromatica, Zygopetalum aromaticum , Cochleanthes

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