(Phal. modesta x Phal. pallens ‘Mellow Yellow’) two first bloomers. The difference in colour intensity of the patterns is striking.
Rare miniature Phal species from China.
The Pinkhouse got its shadecloth put on this weekend, that is a good sign! Summer is here.
One of the smallest Phal flowers around but it makes up for it with a high flower count. The large lip is very prominent in it’s hybrids. Tying Shin Glider
This dark form (made with a Norton Violacea) absolutely rocks! It’s scented and blooms reliably.
I don’t post a lot of photos of our nodosa hybrid collection but it is fairly large. Jacquie, my wife, loves them and collects every nodosa cross she can get her hands on. I do understand her obsession they are highly scented and come in striking colours. Below are a couple examples. (E. tampensis x ...
I really cannot get enough of cornu-cervi’s, I mean what is not to like. They are red (at least this form is), glossy and bloom faithfully twice a year. They even keiki often!
These miniature Phals are quite a gem. They bloom readily but they are not always the easiest to keep alive. With my mounted plants I cannot see the plant labels without some effort, apparently I really like parishii, a lot, as we have 14 in bloom right now.
Two nice dark example of Phal venosa. Still by far my favorite scented Phal. Bacon! Yes it smells like Bacon!. Actually it’s more of a smokey hickory smell.
Our newly registered hybrid Phalaenopsis Lirpa(inscriptiosinensis x modesta). Again modesta’s form is extremely dominant and has a similar scent.
We will not be there(couldn’t get the time of work) but our friends at TAOA are having their Orchid show April 14th and 15th. It’s one of the last show of the show season so make sure you have a visit.
This is Tranya. I hope you relish it as much as I. Phal Tranya(Lowland Juwel x kunstleri)
Got a few Anna’s(Phal. parishii x Phal. thailandica) that have bloomed, they are very cute. I like the second one because the parishii colour is coming through.
The yellow flower is about a week into forming a seedpod. I love how yellow it gets. Remember if you want to try creating your own orchid we will flask it for you FLASKING for FREE
Today we are about to create a bunch of seedpods from our best flowers. Once we do the flower will wilt, so why not take some pis before they do. Phal Stone Dance Phal amboinensis Phal bastianii Phal schilleriana Phal Tying Shin Glider Phalaenopsis stuartiana var. nobilis
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What happens when this orchid nut goes to an orchid show with a few coins in his pockets? The same thing that happens to all orchid nuts, we buy way too many plants. Because of this we are adding a bunch of new plants to our preorder list for the OSRBG(this is on top of ...
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We are extremely happy to announce that we will be going to SOOS orchid show in Toronto. We only have a week to prepare for the show, we will do our best to our preorder list up on Saturday. Toronto Botanical Garden, 777 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario, M3C 1P2, Canada February 10 & 11, ...
It’s been a rough winter so far. Re-learning how to grow in a greenhouse has been a challenge but the days are getting longer now and things are starting to pick. Here are a few plants that have not missed a beat up.