In bloom

In bloom
A real hodgepodge of blooms today.

Oh, The weather 4

Oh, The weather
Oh, the weather outside is frightful But the seedpods are so delightful. And since we’ve no place to go Let ’em grow, let ’em grow, let ’em grow

Next Gen 3

Next Gen
We have been busy creating the next generation of phals. Numerous select species have been crossed to create numerous new primaries and straight species. Many of our friends and customers have taken advantage of our free flasking services. Please do not hesitate to inquire about flasking or to ask advice about breeding.  

We are speaking at the London Orchid Society on the 18th of Nov 7

The subject of our talk is Why Phalaenopsis don’t come from Walmart. An exploration of the Phal. Species.  Of Course Phals are close to our heart and we are really excited about sharing that passion with others. Details can be found on LOS  hope to see you all there. We have updated our plant list for this ...

Tuberolabium kotoense 1

Tuberolabium kotoense
These flowers are tiny but very cute and scented. This is an easy to grow species than can be grown along side Phals. We are trying to cross them with Phal pulcherrima var coerulea and a deliciosa var. alba.