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On this page we will include all the intergeneric
hybrids, using Brassia, Miltonia, Odontocidium,
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page was updated on August 13, 2013 Plants listed on this page should not be presumed to be in bloom.
Alcra. Memorial Jay Yamada 'Kauai' Large star shaped lavender flower with bold dark purple blotches.
Large light lavender lip with darker lavender splotch. Plant in 4.5 inch
Brassia caudata Easy to grow and bloom Brassia species often producing multiple spikes. Blooming size plant in 5 inch pot $30.
Miltonia spectabilis Warm growing species from Brazil, Blooms in the spring and summer.
Blooming size plant in 6 inch basket, $35.
Miltonia spectabilis var. alba Variant of the above but all white. Blooming size plant in 6 inch
Miltonia spectabilis var. virginalis
These came in listed as var. virginalis but I can't find a difference
(in the pictures) between this and var. alba. Blooming size plant in 5
inch pot, $30.
Oncidium ampliatum This hot growing epiphyte found in the hot lowland from Guatemala to Peru and Trinidad. The plant is characterized by the large, oval,
ridged, compressed, dark green mottled purple-brown psuedobulbs, that
look like "turtles". Blooms in the fall through the spring with a large,
erect or arching, to 4' long, many flowered inflorescence. Near
blooming size plant in 4 inch pot, $25.
Oncidium cheirophorum A dwarf species found from Nicaragua to Colombia. This temperature
tolerant epiphyte is often found growing in full sun. Fragrant,
waxy flowers are produced in the fall. This is the perfect orchid for
people who love the "dancing ladies" but do not have room for the large
Oncidiums. Blooming size plant in 3 inch
Oncidium edwallii This miniature, temperature tolerant epiphytic
species occurs in the Serra do Mar of Sao Paulo State Brazil in hot humid
environs. Few to many yellow flowered inflorescence arising on a newly
matured pseudobulb that occurs in the spring. Ours are in 3 inch
pots for $22.
(aka Miltonia phymatochila) A short, medium sized, temperature tolerant, erect epiphyte found in
Mexico and Guatemala. Many white,
yellow and brown, spicy fragrant flowers on a pendant, panicle.
Blooming size plant in 5 inch pot, $25.
Oncidium Sweet Ears ('Pacific Gold' x
'Million Dollar" This is a bold flower with bright colors on a large flower. In 4 inch
The following Tolumnia Hybrids are $18 each or 2 or
more for $15 each.
We will make the adjustment.
OUT OF STOCK
Sunset x Tolumnia Elfin Gem
This hybrid has an impressive, large colorful lip.
In 2 inch pots, $18.