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NEW MYSTERY SPECIALS This offer expired on Thursday 2 March 2017 at 22:00


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This the list you've been waiting for!! Our second MYSTERY SPECIAL.

This offer expires on

Thursday 2 March 2017 at 22:00

 
Below is a list of plants that are all on Sale – less 30%

 
This offer is on a first-come - first served basis (we have limited stock available of some of the items) and strictly available for limited hours as stipulated only - Unfortunately any orders received after the expiry time will not qualify for any discount.

 
Please mail ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ) or fax (0866499417) your order form (order form attached - see orderform.pdf) with the CODE and NAME of the Plants as well as their normal price, your name, delivery address and contact number.

 
DO NOT PAY FOR THE ORDER YET – we have to check the plants first and get back to you re availability and the amount due (we will do the calculations for you.)

Courier fees & Packing will be calculated on the Rand value of the order before the plants are discounted.

For Courier fees & Packing we will add (based on the normal price):
R160 for orders up to R500
R200 for orders R500 - R1 000
R250 for orders R1 000 - R2 000
R300 for orders R2 000 - R3 500
R400 for orders R3 500 - R5 000
For orders over R5 000 - please enquire

 
All flowering size plants     
Maximum two of each plant per customer.
Plants sent bare root and out of flower by Globeflight Courier Service.


We will try to dispatch all orders within two weeks after the offer had expired – we usually ship on Mondays, sometimes Tuesdays.

 

We regret that these specials are for South African customers only.

 


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We regret that these specials are for South African customers only.


MYSTERY SPECIAL NO:2 

 

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Coelogyne flaccida Flowering Size S28 R 120,00     An abundance of buff coloured pendant flowers with pretty yellow and brown markings on the lip
Coelogyne Intermedia Coelogyne cristata x Coelogyne tomentosa Flowering Size MH30 R 125,00 Makes a showy display of cascading white flowers with a bright yellow accent in the lip. Make beautiful specimen plants. Grows very well in baskets in medium/ dappled light in Intermediate temperatures - the Coelogyne tomentosa makes it easier to grow and flower in our conditions.
Coelogyne lawrenciana Flowering Size S31 R 120,00 Vietnam.
Produces one to three large, showy cream-brown flowers on each inflorescence. They open in succession with only a single flowers open at a time. The long-lasting wa xy brownish-white flowers are about 10cm across.
Coelogyne mooreana Flowering Size S33 R 150,00 The 'Queen' of the Coelogynes - it flowers with an erect inflorescence unlike most other Coelogyne which are pendulous.
Pure crystalline white flowerw with a deep yellow throat.
'Brockhurst' is a superior clone of this very attractive specie.
Coelogyne ovalis Flowering Size S370 R 120,00 ORIGIN/HABITAT: India to China and Indochina. In India, this epiphytic orchid is distributed throughout the Himalayan Ranges from Dehra Dun to the Khasia Hills at elevations of 600-2000 m. In China, it grows on trees and rocks in forests at 700-2000 m in western and eastern Yunnan Province as well as in Tibet. Source: Charles Baker
Coelogyne speciosa Flowering Size S355 R 145,00 ORIGIN/HABITAT: Java, Sumatra, Borneo.
Plants may be mounted on cork or a tree-fern slab if humidity is high and plants can be watered several times a day during hot, bright weather. Plants are generally grown in shallow pots or baskets.often. Coelogyne should be repotted as infrequently as possible because transplant shock may delay blooming for as long as 3 years, so a medium that breaks down slowly is very desirable. When repotting is required, however, it should be done just as new roots start to grow. This allows the plant to become reestablished in the shortest possible time. -- Source: Charles Baker
Coelogyne Unchained Melody Coelogyne cristata x Coelogyne flaccida Flowering Size MH31 R 135,00 Grows well in dapples light conditions under cool to warm conditions and does very well in baskets.Makes a fabulous specimen basket.
This attractive clone has a lighter pale green-yellow lip.
Dendrobium anosmum (syn. superbum) Flowering Size S40 R 145,00 Large pale lavender flowers. Pendulous canes, very fragrant.
Dendrobium anosmum var album Flowering Size S320 R 200,00 Widespread. Plants are found from the Philippines to New Guinea, including Borneo and many islands in Indonesia. They are also found in Malaya, peninsular Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, and Sri Lanka. -- Source: Charles Baker
This is a pure white alba variety.
Dendrobium aphyllum Flowering Size S41 R 120,00 Produces a spectacular waterfall of dainty, fragrant lilac flowers with a papery-white lip
Dendrobium capituliflorum Flowering Size S313 R 180,00 In Australia known as the "white bottle-brush orchid".
Dendrobium chrysanthum Near Flowering Size S321 R 170,00 ORIGIN/HABITAT: Widespread in valleys of the Himalayan foothills from India through Southeast Asia. Plants grow in northeastern India, Burma, northern Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, and Yunan Province of southwest China. In most areas, they are usually found at 3300-6550 ft. (1000-2000 m). In Vietnam, however, this orchid has been found in the Ha Lang District in Cao Bang Province. These plants were growing lithophytically in exposed situations on mossy rocks in primary and secondary semideciduous, mixed and coniferous forests that were growing on weathered limestone at 1950-2300 ft. (600-700 m). -- Source: Charles Baker
Waxy, deep golden yellow flowers with two mahogany 'eyes' on the softly fringed lip.
Fragrant.
Dendrobium chrysotoxum Flowering Size S251 R 200,00 Southeast Asia. The"fried egg" Dendrobium. Very attractive waxy gold, to orange-yellow flowers with rounded petals and a ruffled lip. Several varieties have been named - var. suavissimum has a dark centre. Flowers are very fragrant and last well for the Callista group.
Dendrobium chrysotoxum var suavissimum Flowering Size S367 R 250,00 Variety suavissimum has a dark mahogany 'eye' in the lip - the normal form is clean yellow. Flowers long-lasting with wonderful substance.
Dendrobium dearei Flowering Size S323 R 215,00 ORIGIN/HABITAT: Widespread in the Philippines. Plants are found on Luzon, Mindoro, Leyte, Samar, Mindanao, and the small islands off the coast of Mindanao. The habitat is usually about 200 ft. (60 m). -- Source: Charles Bake
Showy, very long lasting flowers with a spot of lemon to lime green on the ruffled lip.
Dendrobium Fairy Flake Dendrobium Snowflake x Red Fairy Flowering Size DT09 R 145,00 Dendrobium nobile type. Produces well shaped purple flowers with an attractive white lip with a dark, velvety centre and a splash of purple on the lip. Very well established plants.
Dendrobium farmeri Flowering Size S274 R 200,00 Occurs from the foothills of the Himalayas (India) to the Malay Peninsula. Flowers on the old canes - Produce a mass of white to slightly blush-pink flowers with a yellow lip during spring. Reduce watering during the colder months. Robust and easy to flower.
Dendrobium frimbriatum var oculataum Flowering Size S372 R 150,00 Absolutely stunning when a large plant is in flower - deep yellow flowers with a dark mahogany eye 
Widespread in southeast Asia
Dendrobium kingianum Flowering Size S44 R 95,00 Compact plants with dainty fragrant lavender flowers. Hardy and grow well in all conditions. Needs a cool spell to flower well.
Dendrobium kingianum album Flowering Size S45 R 95,00 This pretty white form is just as easy to grow and flowers abundantly.
Dendrobium lichenastrum (syn. Dockrillia/Dendrobium prenticei) Flowering Size (Miniature) S174 R 110,00 This miniature mat-forming species occur in north-east Australia in the area known as the wet tropics. It grows on rocks and tree branches in humid rainforest conditions with warm to intermediate temperatures, usually shade or filtered sunlight at altitudes of 200 to 1000m. Leaves elongate, terete. Flowers vary in colour from cream to pink and sometimes have purple striations.
Dendrobium lindleyi var. aggregatum Flowering Size S47 R 130,00 Free flowering; attractive yellow flowers; make good specimen plants.
Dendrobium linguiforme Flowering Size S48 R 135,00 Australia and New Calwdonia
Very interesting plant that resembles a mat-like cactus with its fleshy leaves
A miniature sympodial epiphyte or litophyte
Extremely floriferous producing arching inflorescences with feathery white flowers

Dendrobium lituiflorum Flowering Size S254 R 185,00 Southeast Asia. Charming bright to pale amethyst-purple fragrant flowers. Lip flared trumpet shape- white with a dark purple disk edged with a yellow or white velvety band. 
Easy to cultivate as it can tolerate summer highs and winter lows. Grows in high humidity - lower in winter. Water frequently from spring into autumn while actively growing. Reduce watering after new growth matures.

The habitat includes northeastern India, Burma, northern Thailand, Laos, and southwestern China. Plants often densely cover tree tops. In Thailand, plants grow at 1300-2600 ft. (400-800 m). 
-- Source: Charles Baker
Dendrobium loddigesii Flowering Size S46 R 100,00 Dwarf (miniature) growth habit; pretty pink flowers with a frilly yellow lip. Inflorescences arise from the leave node when the leaves have dropped. They produce many inflorescences with a single flower,large for the plant size,per inflorescence. The flowers are delicately frarant and long lasting if kept cool. Make wonderful specimen plants.
Dendrobium moschatum Flowering Size S373 R 150,00 Northwestern Himalayas and northern India.
A Dendrobium with a fascinating,slipper-shaped puffy lip that resembles the Parvi Paphs.
Interesting fact: The juice of the leaf is used in some states in India as drops for earache.
Dendrobium nathanielis Flowering Size S185 R 130,00 Another interesting Dendrobium of the Aporum section with long leafy stems and flattened, usually sharp-pointed, fleshy leaves in two ranks. It grows in seasonal forests where rainfall is low between winter and early spring at low to moderate altitudes. T
Dendrobium nobile Flowering Size S49 R 110,00 An absolute must for any garden in moderate climates. Makes a massive display of colour and establishes quickly in a tree.
Dendrobium nobile var. Cooksoniae Flowering Size S50 R 130,00 A splash-petal variety of the popular mauve Den. nobile.
Dendrobium nobile var. virginalis Flowering Size S360 R 135,00 A snow white form of the ever popular Dendrobium nobile. 
It grows and flowers well under many different circumstances. Excellent to mount on a tree in a garden.

 

PictureNameParentageSizeCodePriceDescription
Dendrobium parishii Flowering Size S52 R 165,00 ORIGIN/HABITAT: Southeast Asia. Highly fragrant - rhubarb to raspberries!
Plants are widespread in the eastern Himalayas from the Manipur region of northeastern India through the Tenasserim, Maymyo, and Chin Hills regions of Burma, across northern and eastern Thailand, through Laos and Vietnam, and into Yunnan and Gweizhou Provinces of southwest China. In Thailand, plants grow in dry deciduous forests at 800-5600 ft. (250-1700 m). -- Source: Charles Baker
Flower colour highly variable. Finely toothed petals - dark rose fading to the centre and dark purple blotches in the lip.
Dendrobium primulinum Flowering Size S364 R 165,00 India and Southeast Asia. Distribution extends from near Mussorie in the Garhwal region of northern India, through Nepal, Sikkim, and the Lushai Hills region of northeastern India, the Chin Hills of Burma, the mountains of northern and western Thailand, the Vientiane region of Laos, the Dalat, Blao, and Langbian regions in Vietnam, and Yunnan Province in southwestern China. Plants usually grow on deciduous trees at 1640-5250 ft. (500-1600 m). -- Source: Charles Baker
Grows well mounted, pendant.
Dendrobium rhodopterygium Flowering Size S143 R 175,00 Southeast Asia
Wonderfully fragrant flowers with white petals and sepals and a maroon- red lip. Bright filtered light and warm to intermediate humid conditions are recommended with a drier resting period in winter.
Dendrobium sanderae Flowering Size S324 R 215,00 ORIGIN/HABITAT: The Philippine Islands. Plants grow in the mountains of Luzon Island at 3300-5400 ft. (1000-1650 m). They are found in Mountain, Benguet, and Rizal Provinces. -- Source: Charles Baker
Large showy, csrystalline white flowers with some maroon striping in the lip
Dendrobium senile Flowering Size S268 R 220,00 Well established plant.
Myanmar, Laos, Thailand at 500 - 1 200 meters.
A miniature epiphyte with hairy pseudobulbs. Produces one to many yellow, waxy, fragrant (lemon) flowers on a short inflorescence.
Dendrobium Silver Wings Dendrobium johnsoniae x eximium Flowering Size D06 R 200,00 Very long lasting - beautiful!
Dendrobium stuposum Flowering Size S240 R 100,00 Meaning The Flax-Like Dendrobium -refers to the hairs on the lip.
Found at elevations of 400 to 2800 meters in Assam India, Eastern Himalayas, Bhutan, Sikkim, Myanamar, Thailand, Malaysia, Yunnan China, Java, Borneo and Sumatra.
A small sized, hot to cold growing epiphyte or lithophyte found growing on volcanic rocks with slender, erect, grooved stems carrying linear-oblong, shiny yellow-green leaves that blooms in the late spring and fall.
Dendrobium tortile Flowering Size 371 R 140,00 Long-lasting, extremely fragrant flowers varying from faint rose or lilac, sometimes even pale yellow.
Plants are found in Northeastern India, the Andaman Islands, Malaya, the Tenasserim district in Burma, Thailand, and the mountains between Laos and Vietnam.
Dendrobium x delicatum syn. Dendrobium Specio-kingianum Dendrobium speciosum x kingianum Flowering Size D05 R 100,00 syn. Dendrobium Specio-kingianum A natural hybrid between D. kingianum and D. speciosum. Found in Queensland and New South Wales occuring on rocks and boulders, cliff faces and escarpments. Produces a display of cream-white flowers.
Dendrobium Yellow Goddess Dendrobium primulinum x loddigesii Flowering Size D07 R 145,00 Produces long pendant sprays of papery white and purple-pink flowers. Very similar to Den aphyllum, but with a large frilly, white lip
Dendrochilum cobbianum Flowering Size S56 R 120,00 Fragrant cream to yellow flowers resembling a string of pearls therefore, necklace orchid
Dendrochilum convallariaeforme Flowering Size S156 R 100,00 syn. Dendrochilum bicallosum 
Borneo, Malaya, Phillipines Coral coloured chains of flowers on a small plant. Grows in warm to intermediate conditions in semi shade with good air movement.
Fragrant
Dendrochilum cootesii Flowering Size S232 R 130,00 Phillipines
A very interesting Dendrochilum with larger flowers on a twisted inflorescence
Grows in intermediate conditions in semi shade with good air movement.
Dendrochilum glumaceum Flowering Size S198 R 120,00 Borneo, Phillipines Arching sprays of fragrant, 'feathery,' white flowers with contrasting yellow lip. This species is easily recognised by partially closed flowers and large floral bracts nearly half the length of the flower. Flowers in spring. Grows in filtered light conditions at intermediate temepratures with adequate air movement.
Dendrochilum gramineum Flowering Size S187 R 110,00 Malaya.
The grass-like Dendrochilum grow as an epiphyte in mossy forests of about 300 - 2500m. The plants are tufted with terete clustered pseudobulbs and terete leaves resembling fine grass. (Very similar to Dendrochilum tenellum).The flowers are minute and can flower from autumn through summer. Grows in dappled sunlight in warm to intermediate conditions with ample air movement.
We grow them in pots.
Miniature
Dendrochilum javieri Flowering Size S277 R 120,00 Phillipines - Found growing as an pepiphyte at 1200m in bright light in mossy cloud forest. Warm growing,small size, leathery leaves.Flowers from the new growth on a racemose, arching inflorescence. Many minute,bright yellow, fragrant flowers.
Dendrochilum latifolium Flowering Size S227 R 120,00 Phillipines
The 'large flowered' Dendrochilum
Another beauty in this genus - arching inflorescences bear many transluscent-yellow/green flowers with a spunky orange lip
Dendrochilum longifolium Flowering Size S341 R 120,00 ORIGIN/HABITAT: Distribution for his epiphytic orchid extends from peninsular Malaya to Borneo, Sumatra, and Java eastward through Indonesia to New Guinea. In Malaya, it is a common epiphyte on old mangroves and on trees by rivers in the low-lying south and in Pahang Province. Plants in Borneo have been found in Sarawak in the Kuching and Marudi districts where they were growing in hill forest and lower montane forest at 2300-3300 ft. (700-1000 m). In Sumatra, plants have been collected from various locations in West and North Sumatra at 2950-7200 ft. (900-2200 m), while in Java it has been reported only in the west, but details of habitat elevation were not given. In New Guinea, plants have been found at several locations in Central Province at 2600-5250 ft. (800-1600 m) and in Enga Province near Laiagam at 5900 ft. (18i00 m) and on Mt. Gurusual at 7200 ft. (2200 m). -- Source: Charles Baker
Dendrochilum magnum Flowering Size S182 R 150,00 Phillipines
The 'Large' Dendrochilum - referring to the flower
Dark cream chains of flowers with a large cream bract - one of the larger-flowering, very rewarding 
Dendrochilum species that is a prolific bloomer and grows into beautiful specimen plants . Sweet, spicy fragrance
Dendrochilum stenophyllum Flowering Size S259 R 100,00 Phillippines Found in montane forest on the island Luzon in the Philippines. Grows in semishade in warm to intermediate conditions with adequate air movement. The 'narrow leafed' Dendrochilum
Fragrant
Dendrochilum uncatum Flowering Size S57 R 100,00 A species from the Philippines and Taiwan
AKA Dendrochilum uncatum var formosanum
Chains of translucent yellowish to greenish white flowers.
Grows in dappled to bright light in warm to intermediate conditions
Dendrochilum wenzelii Flowering Size S199 R 120,00 Philippines Named after Wentzel who collected orchid in the Phillipines in the 19th century A wonderful burgundy-red chain of dainty flowers
Fragrant
Dinema polybulbon (Encyclia polybulbon) Flowering Size S62 R 95,00 A delightful miniature species of neat habit. Sepals and petal yellow with a heart-shaped white lip.
Dockrillia wassellii (syn. Dendrobium wassellii) Flowering Size S235 R 165,00 syn: Den wassellii
This species is endemic to Cape York Peninsula in northeast Australia. It occurs in lowland monsoonal rain forests. Flowering mostly during late spring and early summer when they produce many small, cristalline white flowers. Wiil grow well in tropical to intermediate conditions, mounted on a slab or in a wide, shallow pot.
Domingoa (Dga) angustifolia Flowering Size S289 R 135,00 syn. Hartwegia purpurea var. angustifolia
Guatemala - A miniaturel, clump-forming epiphyte bearing several small cerise bell-shaped flowers.
Dracula inaequalis Flowering Size S288 R 145,00 Columbia/Equador
Grow in wet and humid conditions

A Colombian and Ecuadorian species in rainforests and foothills from altitudes of 400 to 2200 meters. -- Source: Jay Pfahl's IOSPE at www.orchidspecies.com
Encyclia (Epidendrum) Beacon Fire Encyclia vitelllina x Encyclia baculus (pentotes) Flowering Size MC675 R 120,00 Baculus-shaped deep yellow to orange flowers; very long-lasting
Encyclia alata spp parviflora Flowering Size S328 R 145,00 Central America
The spicily fragrant flowers are very variable in size and color.
spp parviflora slightly smaller flowers with yellow and striping in the lip
Encyclia alboxanthina Flowering Size S316 R 220,00 A very attractive Encyclia -Very fragrant green to yellow-brown flowers with a white lip. Can have up to 30 flowers on a tall inflorescence.
Encyclia Cindy Encyclia tampensis x Encyclia alata Flowering Size MCH17 R 145,00 Easy to grow and flower.
Yellow, brown flowers with some red striping on the lip that has a lighter,frilly margin

 

PictureNameParentageSizeCodePriceDescription
Encyclia hanburyi Flowering Size S285 R 185,00 Mexico where they grow as terrestrials, lithophytes, or occasional epiphytes in rather dry forest at 1200-1800 m. 
Yellow-brown flowers with a magenta lip is born on tall inflorescences that emerge from the top of the pseudobulb.
Encyclia ionosma (syn. flabellifera) Flowering Size S330 R 220,00 The Guianas and Brazil
Attractive green flowers overlaid with purple-brown and a large white and pink lip
Very fragrant - pleasant, sweet wintergreen and spice
Encyclia radiata Flowering Size S145 R 175,00 syn. Prosthechea radiata Similar to Enc. fragrans - attractive cream flowers with red veins on the lip; flowers in Summer; delicious honey fragrance.
Epidendrum Amethystball Flowering Size ES03 R 50,00 Purple
Epidendrum avicula Flowering Size S278 R 85,00 Brazil/Peru
Bears small, long-lasting transclucent yellow-brown to yellow-green flower. Grow in filtered light with strong air movement, intermediate to high temperatures,and medium to high humidity.
Epidendrum burtonii Flowering Size S208 R 55,00 A lovely yellow specie that produce a large head of dainty flowers
Epidendrum centropetalum Flowering Size S103 R 65,00 syn. Oerstedella centradenia Central/Tropical America Miniature type plant with attractive, flat, lilac-pink flowers. It soon becomes a specimen plant abundant in purple splashes of colour. Grows best mounted but can grow potted in epiphyte mix. Grows in shady, humid conditions. Water throughout the year but less when not growing actively.
Epidendrum Champagne Flowering Size ES08 R 45,00 Champagne-coloured yellow-cream flowers
Epidendrum equitantifolia (syn. Jacquiniella equitanitfolia) Flowering Size S200 R 75,00 syn Jacquiniella equitantifolia - Chiapas, Mexico From the low, very humid dense forests. Graceful Lockhartia-type flat bright green leaves, small white flowers. Rare. Easy to grow in Intermediate to warm conditions.
Epidendrum Golden Treasure Flowering Size ES04 R 45,00 Bright yellow-orange. Can grow in full sun. Protect against cold and frost in winter.
Epidendrum Joseph Lii Epi Joseph Lii x self Flowering Size ES1587 R 65,00 The first seedlings that flowered were absolutely fabulous - A selfing of a selected parent with beautiful dark red flowers with very good form and substance.
Epidendrum peperomia (synonym: Neolehmannia porpax; Epidendrum porpax) Flowering Size S64 R 110,00 syn: Epidendrum peperomia; Neohlemannia porpax

Miniature orchid from Central and Southern America
One of the common names is the 'Bumble Bee' Orchid because of its close resemblance to these insects. Columbia and Venezuela. Found in oak and pine forests. Grow warm to cool with bright light. Glossy burgundy lip on green flower. A dwarf epiphyte with clustered leafy stems.
Epidendrum peperomia cv J&L Flowering Size S142 R 140,00 syn: Epidendrum porpax; Neolehmania porpax
A dwarf epiphyte from Columbia and Venezuela. 
'J & L' is a selected clone with very large, brightly coloured, well shaped shiny flowers.
Epidendrum quitensium FS S237 R 85,00 A rare species from Ecuador. Very deep pink flowers. Easy to grow and flower.
Epidendrum radicans 'Picachio' Flowering Size S154 R 55,00 Selected clone of this rewarding bright orange and yellow Epidendrum.
Epidendrum radicans x Epi porpax Epi radicans x porpax Flowering Size MCH13 R 95,00 A jolly little primary hybrid bringing some lovely red/orange colouring to Epi porpax. The plants stay compact. Easy to grow and flower.
Epidendrum Snowball Flowering Size ES01 R 40,00 White
Epidendrum viviparum Flowering Size S171 R 120,00 syn. Coilostylis vivipara [Lindl] Withner & Harding 2004 *Epidendrum viviparum Lindley 1841 Name refers to keiki growth habit - produces kiekies on old flower stalks Found in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil and the Guianas at elevations of 190 to 450 meters. A medium sized, hot to warm growing epiphyte that has the strange habit of putting out keikis on top of keikis. The major difference between this species and E. Purpurascens is that E viviparum has cylindric psuedobulbs.It blooms in the spring with a few flowers opening sequentially. Soft, sweet fragrance.
Epidendrum Yoko Yokohama ES09 R 75,00 Very attractive bright pink red stem Epidendrum; white in centre
Eria biflora Eria biflora Flowering Size S160 R 85,00 From the Himalayan region
common name: The two-flowered Eria.
Synonym: Eria glossaera

Interesting flower habit where the two creamish flowers are grouped close together in the bright yellow floral bracts on short inflorescences.
The cane-like pseudobulbs are swollen at the apex. 
Grow in cool to hot conditions with bright indirect light .
Eria densa Flowering Size S67 R 120,00 Java. Provide humid, shady conditions with ample watering during the growing season and less when the pseudobulbs are fully matured. Very fragrant.Different colour forms.
Eria hyacinthoides Flowering Size S226 R 120,00 syn: Bryobium hyacinthoides
Abundant in the Malay Peninsula and the islands of Sumatra, Java and Borneo. The plants flower in spring with an upright inflorescence bearing attractive pure white 'Hyacinth-type' flowers.
Eria javanica (syn. Eria fragrans) Flowering Size S66 R 100,00 Indopacific /Fragrant
Bears many white to pale yellow very fragrant flowers
Eria rosea Flowering Size S219 R 95,00 Find in China and Hong Kong. A small-sized epihphyte withovoid or conic pseudobul. Blooms in spring with 3 - 4 flowers.

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Coelogyne flaccida

Flowering Size

S28

R 120,00

An abundance of buff coloured pendant flowers with pretty yellow and brown markings on the lip

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Coelogyne Intermedia

Flowering Size

MH30

R 125,00

 

Makes a showy display of cascading white flowers with a bright yellow accent in the lip. Make beautiful specimen plants. Grows very well in baskets in medium/ dappled light in Intermediate temperatures - the Coelogyne tomentosa makes it easier to grow and flower in our conditions.

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Coelogyne lawrenciana

Flowering Size

S31

R 120,00

 

Vietnam.
Produces one to three large, showy cream-brown flowers on each inflorescence. They open in succession with only a single flowers open at a time. The long-lasting waxy brownish-white flowers are about 10cm across.

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Coelogyne ovalis

Flowering Size

S370

R 120,00

ORIGIN/HABITAT: India to China and Indochina. In India, this epiphytic orchid is distributed throughout the Himalayan Ranges from Dehra Dun to the Khasia Hills at elevations of 600-2000 m. In China, it grows on trees and rocks in forests at 700-2000 m in western and eastern Yunnan Province as well as in Tibet. Source: Charles Baker

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Coelogyne speciosa

Flowering Size

S355

R 145,00

ORIGIN/HABITAT: Java, Sumatra, Borneo.
Plants may be mounted on cork or a tree-fern slab if humidity is high and plants can be watered several times a day during hot, bright weather. Plants are generally grown in shallow pots or baskets.often. Coelogyne should be repotted as infrequently as possible because transplant shock may delay blooming for as long as 3 years, so a medium that breaks down slowly is very desirable. When repotting is required, however, it should be done just as new roots start to grow. This allows the plant to become reestablished in the shortest possible time. – Charles Baker

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Coelogyne Unchained Melody

Flowering Size

MH31

R 135,00

 

Grows well in dapples light conditions under cool to warm conditions and does very well in baskets. Makes a fabulous specimen basket.
This attractive clone has a lighter pale green-yellow lip.

 

 

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Dendrobium anosmum (syn. superbum)

Flowering Size

S40

R 145,00

Large pale lavender flowers. Pendulous canes, very fragrant.

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Dendrobium anosmum var album

Flowering Size

S320

R 200,00

Widespread. Plants are found from the Philippines to New Guinea, including Borneo and many islands in Indonesia. They are also found in Malaya, peninsular Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, and Sri Lanka. -- Source: Charles Baker
This is a pure white alba variety.

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Dendrobium aphyllum

Flowering Size

S41

R 120,00

Produces a spectacular waterfall of dainty, fragrant lilac flowers with a papery-white lip

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Dendrobium capituliflorum

Flowering Size

S313

R 180,00

 

 

In Australia known as the "white bottle-brush orchid".
Widely distributed in coastal areas of New Guinea and on ridge-tops in the Solomon Islands. Plants grow on trees and rocky outcroppings below 1950 ft. (600 m).

 

 

 

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Code

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Description

 

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Dendrobium chrysanthum

Near Flowering Size

S321

R 170,00

 

ORIGIN/HABITAT: Widespread in valleys of the Himalayan foothills from India through Southeast Asia. Waxy, deep golden yellow flowers with two mahogany 'eyes' on the softly fringed lip.
Fragrant.

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Dendrobium chrysotoxum

Flowering Size

S251

R 200,00

Southeast Asia. The"fried egg" Dendrobium. Very attractive waxy gold, to orange-yellow flowers with rounded petals and a ruffled lip. Several varieties have been named - var. suavissimum has a dark centre. Flowers are very fragrant and last well for the Callista group.

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Dendrobium chrysotoxum var suavissimum

Flowering Size

S367

R 250,00

 

Variety suavissimum has a dark mahogany 'eye' in the lip - the normal form is clean yellow. Flowers long-lasting with wonderful substance.

 

 

 

 

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Description

 

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Dendrobium dearei

Flowering Size

S323

R 215,00

ORIGIN/HABITAT: Widespread in the Philippines. Plants are found on Luzon, Mindoro, Leyte, Samar, Mindanao, and the small islands off the coast of Mindanao. The habitat is usually about 200 ft. (60 m). -- Source: Charles Bake
Showy, very long lasting flowers with a spot of lemon to lime green on the ruffled lip.

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Dendrobium Fairy Flake

Flowering Size

DT09

R 145,00

Dendrobium nobile type. Produces well shaped purple flowers with an attractive white lip with a dark, velvety centre and a splash of purple on the lip. Very well established plants.

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Dendrobium farmeri

Flowering Size

S274

R 200,00

Occurs from the foothills of the Himalayas (India) to the Malay Peninsula. Flowers on the old canes - Produce a mass of white to slightly blush-pink flowers with a yellow lip during spring. Reduce watering during the colder months. Robust and easy to flower.

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Dendrobium frimbriatum var oculataum

Flowering Size

S372

R 150,00

Absolutely stunning when a large plant is in flower - deep yellow flowers with a dark mahogany eye 
Widespread in southeast Asia

 

 

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Dendrobium kingianum

Flowering Size

S44

R 95,00

Compact plants with dainty fragrant lavender flowers. Hardy and grow well in all conditions. Needs a cool spell to flower well.

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Dendrobium kingianum album

Flowering Size

S45

R 95,00

This pretty white form is just as easy to grow and flowers abundantly.

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Dendrobium lichenastrum (syn. Dockrillia/Dendrobium prenticei)

Flowering Size (Miniature)

S174

R 110,00

This miniature mat-forming species occur in north-east Australia in the area known as the wet tropics. It grows on rocks and tree branches in humid rainforest conditions with warm to intermediate temperatures, usually shade or filtered sunlight at altitudes of 200 to 1000m. Leaves elongate, terete. Flowers vary in colour from cream to pink and sometimes have purple striations.

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Dendrobium lindleyi var. aggregatum

Flowering Size

S47

R 130,00

Free flowering; attractive yellow flowers; make good specimen plants.

 

 

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Dendrobium linguiforme

Flowering Size

S48

R 135,00

Australia and New Caledonia
Very interesting plant that resembles a mat-like cactus with its fleshy leaves
A miniature sympodial epiphyte or litophyte
Extremely floriferous producing arching inflorescences with feathery white flowers

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Dendrobium lituiflorum

Flowering Size

S254

R 185,00

 

Southeast Asia. Charming bright to pale amethyst-purple fragrant flowers. Lip flared trumpet shape- white with a dark purple disk edged with a yellow or white velvety band. 
Easy to cultivate as it can tolerate summer highs and winter lows. Grows in high humidity - lower in winter. Water frequently from spring into autumn while actively growing. Reduce watering after new growth matures.

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Dendrobium loddigesii

Flowering Size

S46

R 100,00

Dwarf (miniature) growth habit; pretty pink flowers with a frilly yellow lip. Inflorescences arise from the leave node when the leaves have dropped. They produce many inflorescences with a single flower (large for the plant size)per inflorescence. The flowers are delicately fragrant and long lasting if kept cool. Make wonderful specimen plants.

 

 

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Dendrobium moschatum

Flowering Size

S373

R 150,00

Northwestern Himalayas and northern India.
A Dendrobium with a fascinating,slipper-shaped puffy lip that resembles the Parvi Paphs.
Interesting fact: The juice of the leaf is used in some states in India as drops for earache.

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Dendrobium nathanielis

Flowering Size

S185

R 130,00

Another interesting Dendrobium of the Aporum section with long leafy stems and flattened, usually sharp-pointed, fleshy leaves in two ranks. It grows in seasonal forests where rainfall is low between winter and early spring at low to moderate altitudes. T

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Dendrobium nobile

Flowering Size

S49

R 110,00

An absolute must for any garden in moderate climates. Makes a massive display of colour and establishes quickly in a tree.

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Dendrobium nobile var. Cooksoniae

Flowering Size

S50

R 130,00

A splash-petal variety of the popular mauve Den. nobile.

 

 

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Dendrobium nobile var. virginalis

Flowering Size

S360

R 135,00

A snow white form of the ever popular Dendrobium nobile. 
It grows and flowers well under many different circumstances. Excellent to mount on a tree in a garden.

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Dendrobium parishii

Flowering Size

S52

R 165,00

ORIGIN/HABITAT: Southeast Asia. Highly fragrant - rhubarb to raspberries!
Flower colour highly variable. Finely toothed petals - dark rose fading to the centre and dark purple blotches in the lip.

 

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Dendrobium primulinum

Flowering Size

S364

R 165,00

India and Southeast Asia
Grows well mounted, pendant.

 

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Dendrobium rhodopterygium

Flowering Size

S143

R 175,00

Southeast Asia
Wonderfully fragrant flowers with white petals and sepals and a maroon- red lip. Bright filtered light and warm to intermediate humid conditions are recommended with a drier resting period in winter.

 

 

 

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Dendrobium sanderae

Flowering Size

S324

R 215,00

ORIGIN/HABITAT: The Philippine Islands. Plants grow in the mountains of Luzon Island at 3300-5400 ft. (1000-1650 m). They are found in Mountain, Benguet, and Rizal Provinces. -- Source: Charles Baker
Large showy, csrystalline white flowers with some maroon striping in the lip

 

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Dendrobium senile

Flowering Size

S268

R 220,00

Well established plant.
Myanmar, Laos, Thailand at 500 - 1 200 meters.
A miniature epiphyte with hairy pseudobulbs. Produces one to many yellow, waxy, fragrant (lemon) flowers on a short inflorescence.

 

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Dendrobium Silver Wings

Flowering Size

D06

R 200,00

Very long lasting - beautiful!

 

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Dendrobium stuposum

Flowering Size

S240

R 100,00

 

Meaning The Flax-Like Dendrobium -refers to the hairs on the lip.
Found at elevations of 400 to 2800 meters in Assam India, Eastern Himalayas, Bhutan, Sikkim, Myanamar, Thailand, Malaysia, Yunnan China, Java, Borneo and Sumatra.

 

 

 

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Dendrobium tortile

Flowering Size

371

R 140,00

Long-lasting, extremely fragrant flowers varying from faint rose or lilac, sometimes even pale yellow.
Plants are found in Northeastern India, the Andaman Islands, Malaya, the Tenasserim district in Burma, Thailand, and the mountains between Laos and Vietnam.

 

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Dendrobium x delicatum syn. Dendrobium Specio-kingianum

Flowering Size

D05

R 100,00

syn. Dendrobium Specio-kingianum A natural hybrid between D. kingianum and D. speciosum. Found in Queensland and New South Wales occuring on rocks and boulders, cliff faces and escarpments. Produces a display of cream-white flowers.

 

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Dendrobium Yellow Goddess

Flowering Size

D07

R 145,00

Produces long pendant sprays of papery white and purple-pink flowers. Very similar to Den aphyllum, but with a large frilly, white lip.
A very rewarding plant to have in one’s collection.

 

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Dendrochilum cobbianum

Flowering Size

S56

R 120,00

Fragrant cream to yellow flowers resembling a string of pearls therefore, necklace orchid

 

 

 

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Dendrochilum convallariaeforme

Flowering Size

S156

R 100,00

syn. Dendrochilum bicallosum 
Borneo, Malaya, Phillipines Coral coloured chains of flowers on a small plant. Grows in warm to intermediate conditions in semi shade with good air movement.
Fragrant

 

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Dendrochilum cootesii

Flowering Size

S232

R 130,00

Phillipines
A very interesting Dendrochilum with larger flowers on a twisted inflorescence
Grows in intermediate conditions in semi shade with good air movement.

 

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Dendrochilum glumaceum

Flowering Size

S198

R 120,00

Borneo, Phillipines Arching sprays of fragrant, 'feathery,' white flowers with contrasting yellow lip. This species is easily recognised by partially closed flowers and large floral bracts nearly half the length of the flower. Flowers in spring. Grows in filtered light conditions at intermediate temperatures with adequate air movement.

 

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Dendrochilum gramineum

Flowering Size

S187

R 110,00

Malaya.
The grass-like Dendrochilum grow as an epiphyte in mossy forests of about 300 - 2500m. Miniature

 

 

 

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Dendrochilum javieri

Flowering Size

S277

R 120,00

Phillipines - Found growing as an pepiphyte at 1200m in bright light in mossy cloud forest. Warm growing,small size, leathery leaves.Flowers from the new growth on a racemose, arching inflorescence. Many minute,bright yellow, fragrant flowers.

 

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Dendrochilum latifolium

Flowering Size

S227

R 120,00

Phillipines
The 'large flowered' Dendrochilum
Another beauty in this genus - arching inflorescences bear many transluscent-yellow/green flowers with a spunky orange lip

 

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Dendrochilum longifolium

Flowering Size

S341

R 120,00

ORIGIN/HABITAT: Distribution for his epiphytic orchid extends from peninsular Malaya to Borneo, Sumatra, and Java eastward through Indonesia to New Guinea
 -- Source: Charles Baker

 

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Dendrochilum magnum

Flowering Size

S182

R 150,00

Phillipines
The 'Large' Dendrochilum - referring to the flower
Dark cream chains of flowers with a large cream bract - one of the larger-flowering, very rewarding 
Sweet, spicy fragrance

 

 

 

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Dendrochilum stenophyllum

Flowering Size

S259

R 100,00

Phillippines Found in montane forest on the island Luzon in the Philippines. Grows in semishade in warm to intermediate conditions with adequate air movement. The 'narrow leafed' Dendrochilum
Fragrant

 

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Dendrochilum uncatum

Flowering Size

S57

R 100,00

A species from the Philippines and Taiwan
AKA Dendrochilum uncatum var formosanum
Chains of translucent yellowish to greenish white flowers.
Grows in dappled to bright light in warm to intermediate conditions

 

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Dendrochilum wenzelii

Flowering Size

S199

R 120,00


Philippines Named after Wentzel who collected orchid in the Phillipines in the 19th century A wonderful burgundy-red chain of dainty flowers
Fragrant

 

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Dinema polybulbon (Encyclia polybulbon)

Flowering Size

S62

R 95,00

A delightful miniature species of neat habit. Sepals and petal yellow with a heart-shaped white lip.

 

 

 

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Dockrillia wassellii (syn. Dendrobium wassellii)

Flowering Size

S235

R 165,00

syn: Den wassellii
This species is endemic to Cape York Peninsula in northeast Australia. It occurs in lowland monsoonal rain forests. Flowering mostly during late spring and early summer when they produce many small, cristalline white flowers.

 

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Domingoa (Dga) angustifolia

Flowering Size

S289

R 135,00

syn. Hartwegia purpurea var. angustifolia
Guatemala - A miniaturel, clump-forming epiphyte bearing several small cerise bell-shaped flowers.

 

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Dracula inaequalis

Flowering Size

S288

R 145,00

Columbia/Equador
Grow in wet and humid conditions

A Colombian and Ecuadorian species in rainforests and foothills from altitudes of 400 to 2200 meters. -- Source: Jay Pfahl's IOSPE at www.orchidspecies.com

 

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Encyclia (Epidendrum) Beacon Fire

Flowering Size

MC675

R 120,00

Baculus-shaped deep yellow to orange flowers; very long-lasting

 

 

 

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Encyclia alata spp parviflora

Flowering Size

S328

R 145,00

Central America
The spicily fragrant flowers are very variable in size and color.
spp parviflora slightly smaller flowers with yellow and striping in the lip

 

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Encyclia alboxanthina

Flowering Size

S316

R 220,00

A very attractive Encyclia -Very fragrant green to yellow-brown flowers with a white lip. Can have up to 30 flowers on a tall inflorescence.

 

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Encyclia Cindy

Flowering Size

MCH17

R 145,00

Easy to grow and flower.
Yellow, brown flowers with some red striping on the lip that has a lighter, frilly margin

 

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