I got surprised by this guy today, like javanica it hides flower under its leaves.
Alba Samera and deliciosa, these bad boys just got crossed.
A pretty rare species up here in Canada. I grow it potted and it does okay. It is most definitely not an easy species to grow. Cream white flower with red markings.
Phalaenopsis mariae (got crossed with a hieroglyphica) Phalaenopsis gigantea ‘Polly’ (got crossed with bellina ‘Nikki’) Phalaenopsis bellina ‘Nikki’ (got crossed with gigantea ‘Polly’)
Our first full summer and the plants are loving it. Blooms a plenty and over 40 seed pods on the way, overall a grand success but beware of the guard dogs.
The wonder and variety of the Phal species. I find it very interesting how different the side lobs are on the standard form, whereas the hookeriana(yellow) form seems far more consistent. Quarter for size reference
Made using a Norton strain violacea, I simply love this plant and she is scented too.
Seems a few of these have sprung up in our garden. I believe them to be Epipactis helleborine but I am no hardy orchid expert can anyone confirm?
Blooming season for these beauts. Looking forward to breeding them.
These flowers only opened a few days apart on the same plant. The one with the strong red pigment is the slightly older one. Plant is Phalaenopsis Lokelani (sanderiana “Seashell” x cornu-cervi var. sanguinea “Carmine”)
This plant was a gift and not something I would normally buy. However now that it has bloomed I kinda like it.
I made this cross a few years ago and it has finally bloomed. Oscar Kirsch registered this cross in 1949 but I have never been able to find a photo. The cross is made with very differently shaped parents. I do like the results. Parents
Anyone that has every been in my Pinkhouse knows that I have way too many pulcherrimas. I am fascinated by this species and its variable colour forms. I do have a several of a form that I find very unusual from its growth pattern to its flowers size. I believe it to be pulcherrima var. laotica They were imported ...
It is going to be a long day in the lab today but it will all be worth it once them bloom.
This is our remake of this pirmary hybrid (floresensis x inscriptiosinensis). Must be blooming season as we have numerous in bloom. I am a big fan of the creamy white background of both parents. I also love this form too bad the judges tend not to.
Miniature phal primary, very brightly coloured. I’ll have a few for sale tomorrow(June 24) at the OSRBG monthly meet.
Very similar species but are nicely scented and how great colouring. Phal violacea (sumatra x standard) Phal violacea f. coerulea Phal bellina f. coerulea (colour is a stronger purple in person) Phal bellina Phal. Samera(alba violacea x alba bellina)
Pink flowers from the Pinkhouse Phalaenopsis mentawaiensis. One of our newly acquired species in its first bloom. Phalaenopsis pulchra. This species has a nice saturated pink colour that is enhanced by the glossiness of the petals. It keikis(make small baby plants) often, so if you own one you will probably own several soon ...
Beautiful miniature Phal. this species is often confused with stobartiana(fig 3) as their colour, size and shape can be very similar. One major difference is a pronounced spur at the rear of lip structure(fig2) vs that of a stobartiana(fig 4).