Preparing for show season is a long process and the next growing season. We repotted over 1000 plants, including: Phals primary hybrids, Phal species, Jewels, Catts… seedling clumpmarmoratatons of phalsjewelsDiminyl Judy14 inch long roots long NZ mossSea FoamSea Turtle
when all through the pinkhouse,Not a seedpod was stirring, not even a bud,The new lights were hung by the roof with care,In hopes that more flowers would soon be there.
This nodosa beats all AOS awarded nodosas in natural spread for width and length. Too bad it will not be in bloom for judging. She has a lot of spots too! We made a couple crosses with it.
What is not to like about a venosa. Easy to grow, easy to bloom and strongly scented. The orange one below smells like Bacon! Venosa is a major building block in modern novelty breeding. It also boast a few very popular primary hybrids such as, Joshua Irwin Ginsberg, Kuntrarti Rarashati and Penang Girl.
Blc. Hawaii Stars “Hsinying” Bc. Hippodamia Bc. Punakea Bc Maikai ‘Louise’ Bc Theresa Ricci Bct. Sun Mei Gold ‘ORCHIS’ Blc. Marg Putman ‘Doris’ Blc. Mari’s Glory ‘H&R’
First lueddemanniana of the year. These are large colourful flowers that keiki often and make fabulous species plants.