Miscellaneous Species and Hybrids
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Lovely Chysis species. (seed-grown)
Description : Clusters of waxy, ivory-cream flowers with lemon-yellow and cream lips with a touch of coffee-brown. Prefers moderate conditions. Mature plant size is compact+, blooming 1+ times/year.
Seldom-seen exceptional Chysis species.
Description : Up to twelve large, fragrant, waxy, golden flowers, lightly overlaid orange on segments. Prefers moderate to bright conditions. Mature plant size is compact, blooming 1+ times/year.
New rare Chysis species ! Selfing of the type specimen.
Description : Clusters of large waxy, ivory flowers, blotched violet on each segment, and darker on lip. Wow ! Prefers moderate conditions. Mature plant size is mid-sized, blooming 1+ times/year.
Lovely species Coelogyne from south-east Asia. (seed-cross)
Description : Compact plants produce pendulous sprays of fragrant, straw-colored flowers with intricate lips. Prefers moderate conditions. Mature plant size is compact, blooming 2+ times/year.
|Diaphananthe bidens 'Cloud's Apricot Tresses' CHM/AOS
Unusual vining species from Madagascar.
Description : Easy to grow, chains of buff and copper flowers appear freely from leaf base along stem. Prefers moderate conditions. Mature plant is standard, blooming extended 2+ times/year.
(syn. Haemaria discolor) A lovely Jewel Orchid.
Description : Grown mainly for the beautiful dark foliage, veined coral-salmon. Spikes of white flowers. Prefers good humidity, moderate to low light and intermediate temps. Mid-sized plant when mature.
|Ludisia discolor v. alba 'Cloud's Green Lantern'
Exquisite variation of this lovely Jewel Orchid species.
Description : Dark hunter-green, sparkling leaves are finely and intricately veined with silvery-green threads. Prefers low light. Mature plant is miniature, blooming 2+ times/year. Excellent for terrariums.
|Ludisia discolor v. nigrescens
syn. nigrescens or negra (divisions)
Description : Satiny blackish-green leaves with a central silver-white stripe. Leaves become darker when mature. Prefers low to moderate light. Mature plant size is mini, blooms 2+ times/year.
|Lyc. Oro Columbiano x Superstar
Very high potential for outstanding and awardable flowers.
Description : Expecting rich, bright-yellow flowers, sepals with a heavy spotting and overlay of ruby-red. Prefers moderate to bright light on mid-sized deciduous plants, blooming 1+ times/year.
|Malaxis ophrydis 'Cloud's Chameleon'
(syn. Dienia ophrydis) Seldom-seen jewel-type species.
Description : Spikes of many yellow flowers that mature to rich burgundy. Makes a eye-catching display. Prefers low to moderate light. Mature plant size is compact, prolonged blooming 1+ times/year.
The very fragrant 'coconut-scented' orchid ! (seed-cross)
Description : Very easy to grow, reddish-brown flowers, shown off nicely against the graceful, grass-like leaves. Prefers moderate conditions. Mature plant is compact, extended blooming 2+ times/year.
Select breeding for this charming species (seed-cross)
Description : A hybrid of solid-gold and solid-maroon forms, resulting in bicolors and russet sunset shades. Prefers moderate conditions. Mature plant is miniature, blooming off-and-on throughout year.
'Cloud's Whalias' x self (F2) (seed-cross selfing)
Description : Majestic spikes of large, starry, dark-bronze flowers with reddish-purple lips for contrast. Prefers moderate to bright conditions. Mature plant is standard, blooming 1+ times/year.
Unusual and seldom-seen species. (Mario Ferrusi collection)
Description : Adorable, sparkling, greenish-white flowers, pale lilac lips, and rich wine columns for contrast. Prefers moderate to bright conditions. Mature plant size is miniature, blooming 2+ times/year.
Cute mini, excellent choice for terrariums. (seed-cross)
Description : Sprays of elegant greenish-ivory flowers, with dramatic white lips. Grassy foliage. Prefers moderate conditions. Mature plant size is mini, blooming 2+ times/year.
|Stelis micrantha 'Cloud's Mini-Me'
Outstanding miniature species from Ecuador.
Description : Sprays of many, small, fuzzy, chartreuse flowers with a hint of a rose flush. Makes a great display! Prefers moderate conditions. Mature plant is miniature, blooming in profusion 1+ times/year.
[syn. Spiranthes speciosa] Semi-terrestrial in nature.
Description : Spectacular combination of hot coral-red flower spikes against dark-green leaves marked silver. Easy to grow, prefers moderate conditions. Mid-sized when mature, blooming 1+ times/year.
Exotic and unusual, leafless Vanilla species.
Description : Clusters of full, topaz to creamy-white flowers with fuzzy lilac lips. Can produce vanilla beans. Prefers moderate to bright light. Mature plant is standard, blooming for and extended period.
|Vanilla imperialis 'Niagara Parks'
Very rare and showy Vanilla species. Can make vanilla beans.
Description : Very large, ivory/light-green flowers contrasting with the rich, rose-purple lips and gold throats. Prefers moderate conditions. Mature plant is standard, blooming over an extended period.
This is the real vanilla orchid !
Description : Vining growth habit. Flowers are ivory to lemon and only last a day or two. Likes moderate/bright light and ample moisture. Good for windowsill or solarium culture.
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