Updated April 22, 2014

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We have more of most items as well as other sizes available in the greenhouse. For multiple quantities of any single hybrid, please contact us for availability.

B nodosa grandiflora x C Cella Bella ‘Marcella’
Brassavola nodosa is a species from the tropical Americas. This plant is the grandiflora form from Belize and produces large 5” flowers. Cattleya Cella Bella produces four to six 4” flowers per stem that are heavily spotted. Expectations are for heads of spotted chestnut colored, star-shaped flowers, with a magenta lip.
4" Basket, BS, $16
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Bepi Phoenix
(Brassavola nodosa x Encyclia phoencia)
This plant is a remake of a charming Encyclia hybrid originally registered in 1960. We have used the large flowered grandiflora variety of Brassavola nodosa and crossed it with a pure Cayman Island form of Encyclia phoencia.
4" Basket, $16

BLC Always Dream 'Volcano Queen'
(Lucky Man x Hawaiian Ovation)
Is a hybrid that produces 6" lavender flowers with dark ruby red lips and yellow eyes. Lovely fragrant flowers!
4", $16

BLC Chinese Beauty ‘Orchid Queen’ AM/OSROC
(C Monscombe x BLC Sunset Bay)
is a standard-sized Cattleya. The large flowers are yellow with lavender splashes. These flowers are vividly colored and VERY showy
4", $16

BLC Guess What 'Amda' x BLC Husky Boy 'Romeo'
Guess What has 4” bright orange flowers on a aurantica type plant which is bred to a smaller compact plant with 4” bright yellow flowers. Hopefully there will be some nice oranges with full shape and the heavy substance of both parents. Nice potential for awards!
2 1/2", $12

BLC Guess What x Schomburgkia lueddemannii
The Guess What has 4” yellow/orange flowers with a small amount of red veining on the petals and side lobes of the lip. Schomburgkia lueddemannii is the largest flowered Schomburgkia with flowers so large they drupe. If spread out flat they would be in excess of 10 inches. We hope for large star-shaped orange flowers with heavy blushing of red.
2 1/2", $12
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C Atalanta alba 'Hawaii'
(leopoldii x warscewiczii
C Atalanta is an old primary hybrid between C leopoldii and C warscewiczii. The normal color form is a medium lavender but this advanced remake uses both alba forms of the species thereby producing waxy light lime green flowers with a white lip. The flower stems have high flower counts and the plants will be robust growers. You will have quite a dazzling show when in bloom.

3", $16
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C Calummata
(C aclandiae x C intermedia)
is a primary hybrid. This cross, although recently remade with superior parents, is listed as an heirloom cross as it was originally registered in 1883! The plants are compact with upright bifoliate maroon-speckled foliage. The fragrant flowers are pink with red-violet spots and an ivory lip accented in lavender. The four inch flowers are well displayed above the foliage in heads of up to 5 flowers.
2", $8
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C Elbowri
(C bowringiana ‘Joya de Belize’ X C elongata ‘Chocolate Dream’)
This remade hybrid brings an unusual form of bowringiana found above the tree line in Belize. The plants are stunted but have very dark, heavy textured flowers. The elongata is a large plant with a tall spike of 4” flowers. We are expecting moderate sized plants with clusters of iridescent flowers held well above the leaves. Should be very nice!
2", $8
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C Fort Motte x C harrisoniae 'Royal Robe'
This cross is a new spotted bifoliate cattleya. We anticipate easy summer blooming plants with heads of flowers. The flowers should have a fluorescent lavender base color with dark burgundy to black spotting. Should be very showy! Blooming and plant growth should be much improved over the Fort Motte parent.
2", $8
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C Hardyana
(C warscewiczii ‘FMB’ FCC/AOS x C dowiana v. rosita)
This is a remake of a natural hybrid utilizing Cattleya warscewiczii ‘Frau Melanie Beyrodt’ and Cattleya dowiana var. rosita. The warscewiczii clone is a highly awarded semi-alba which breeding leads to mostly semi-alba flowers. Instead of the normal form of Cattleya dowiana, the rosita form has been used. Hopefully we will see semi-albas with red veining and/or pink blushes on the petals. The flower picture is of a Cattleya Hardyana semi-alba made with a Cattleya dowiana normal form.

5", $28

C harrisoniae x LC Molly Tyler ‘Black River’
This unique hybrid produces robust plants with 5 ½” glistening lavender flowers. The flowers stand well above the plant and with five to six flowers per lead. It makes a magnificent show!
5", $28

C Lulu Land
(Lulu x aclandiae)
is one of those spotted crosses you must have in your collection. The flowers will be cream to pink with dark spots. The flowers will be long lasting and have amazing substance!
5", $24

C Penang ‘Black Caesar’ AM/AOS
(C Nigrella x bowringiana)
This hybrid produces clusters of ‘picture perfect’ dark purple 4” flowers. The lip is deep velvet magenta with a golden throat. Quite a beauty!
3", $10

C Undine ‘Buena Suerte’ HCC/AOS
(mossiae x intermedia Aquinii)
Produces outstanding splash petal 5” flowers. Easy to grow primary hybrid between Cattleya mossiae and Cattleya intermedia Aquinii. We haven’t counted the chromosones but suspect is a tetraploid plant. The large flowers have a heavy substance and are long-lasting.
2 1/2", $14
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CTNA Beverly's Blush
(C Hawaiian Whitey x CTNA Maui Maid ‘Ivory Dolls’)
is a vigorous growing hybrid. These seedlings should produce brilliant clusters of white to pink flowers with ruffled lips displayed well above a compact plant. The flower picture is one of the first-bloom seedlings -- some have been lighter than this but all are compact
4" Basket, BS, $16

ENC Grand Bahama
(plicata alba x tampensis alba)
This hybrid is between two alba forms, however, Encyclia plicata alba does not breed true albas. The flower picture is from one of our first-bloomed seedlings - cute and charming flowers!
4" Basket, $16

ENC odoratissima x ENC aromatica
We made this primary encyclia hybrid for two reasons. One – hopefully the plant should produce extremely fragrant flowers and two – for its floriferousness. Both species are some of the first encyclias to bloom late winter/spring. Hopefully we will have tons of flowers on heavily branched spikes while maintaining the tendency to bloom just above the foliage on the fairly compact plants. The flowers will be in the green to a brick color – not necessarily the most flashy but certainly should be a very nice hybrid particularly for under light or windowsill growers.
2", $8

ENC Standard Setter
The plant is an easy grower with long spikes of 1½” very dark flowers. The spikes resemble Christmas trees – heavily flowered on many branches, longer branches are at the bottom of the spike.
2", $8

Iwanagaara Haleahi
(BC Maikai x Gerberra Snow Ballet)
has well-shaped light pink flowers with dark spotting around the column and the lip. This plant should bloom at least twice a year with heads of ten plus 3” flowers. The plant has been a very vigorous grower has beautiful upright semi-terete foliage.
2 1/2", $12

LC Canhamiana
(L purpurata v manderiana ‘Schmitt’ x C mossiae v coerulea ‘Alayon’)
is our hybrid between two unique light-colored forms of the parents. The plants have been vigorous growers in and out of flask and should produce large flowers of satin pinks--Very different from the common form of this hybrid.
4", $18

LC Dorothy Fiene ‘Spring Fever’ x LC Okarchee ‘Addison’
Many fall blooming lavenders exist so we thought there should be more spring blooming lavenders so we made this cross. ‘Spring Fever’ blooms very early and the Okarchee in late spring so we should have a range of large blooming lavenders across the spring show season. We expect 3-4 seven inch flowers, hopefully with the yellow throat and all with great cattleya fragrance.
2 1/2", $10
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LC Kathryn Leahy ‘York’ AM/AOS x LC Mini Purple ‘Lea’ AM/AOS
is a hybrid between a large standard cattleya and miniature cattleya with large flowers for the size of the plant. This cross produces 4 ½” flowers on compact, short plants. The flower photo is one of our first bloomed seedlings.
3", $12

LC Lorraine Souto x C Horace ‘Maxima’ AM/AOS
We expect this hybrid to be mostly lavender plants with great shape and substance…the best of large corsage type cattleyas. A few plants may bloom semi-alba.
4", $16


LC Mini Purple x L dayana
are seedlings that produce 3 1/2" lavender flowers with a dark purple lip with veining in the throat. It is a miniature cattleya and is very easy growing ... can bloom twice a year. Great for windowsill groers or growing under lights!
4", BS, $16

LC Molly Tyler ‘Black River’ AM/AOS x self
‘Black River’ is the extraordinary clone of Molly Tyler and a robust grower. It has large bouquets of well-shaped dark lavender-purple 4” flowers that appear well above the foliage. It doesn't get much better than this!
2", $8
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LC Pink Lady ‘Hihimanu’
(LC Irene Finney x L sincorana)
has attractive 5” medium lavender flowers with a dark purple lip. The plants are compact and easy growers with the best from both parents. These plants are primarily spring bloomers but can also bloom in the fall.
4", $14

LC Schilleriana
(C intermedia var alba x L purpurata var alba)
This primary hybrid was originally registered in 1891. We remade this cross using the alba forms of the parents. It produces compact growing plants with beautiful glistening purpurata-shaped flowers.
4", $18

LC Trick or Treat x C lawrenceana
"We re-made this still unnamed cross after having seen Ed Merkle’s photograph of this hybrid. We used the flamea variety of lawrenceana so we expect some red flaring in the petals also. According to Ed’s description the plant will mature at less than 10” with well-displayed clusters of 4” flowers.

Thanks to Ed Merkle from Merkle’s Orchids for the use of his photo.
2", $8

LC Tropical Pointer x ENC gracilis
We are hoping for one to two foot spikes with some spotted flowers. All will have big beautiful striped lips. New and unusual Epicat hybrid.
4", $18

Miltonia Candid Ruby
(Woodlawn Ruby x candida)
is a warm growing miltonia hybrid utilizing three species from Brazil. It mostly favors the Miltonia spectabilis in color and shape but relies on Miltonia candida and clowesii for easy blooming and multiple flowers per stem.
3", $14

POT Jimmy Cook x SLC Kauai Starbright
is a delightful marriage for unusual art-shade cattleyas. The best will have red/lavender highlights on a golden yellow background. All will be clusters of waxy long lasting flowers with a prominent yellow lip held on tall stems well above the foliage. The flower picture is one of our first bloomed seedlings.
4", $16

POT Little Toshie ‘H&R’ AM/AOS x BLC Mellowglow 'Greenbriar'
This is one of our newest hybrids which features a near minature orange Little Toshie crossed with a superb heirloom plant from Rivermont’s breeding program. We are expecting most to have the darker petals of Mellowglow with its 6-7 flower count on more compact plants.!
2", $8

POT Sweet Linda
(Sweet Amy x SLC Linda Ann)
A very nice mini-cattleya that is a product of Jack Woltman’s breeding program from Hawaii, Flowers are a dark lavender highlighted by a yellow throat on the lip. An easy grower for the window sills.
3", BS, $16

POT William Farrell x LC Gold Digger
is an exciting cattleya cross. William Farrell is a beautiful frosty golden apricot with a pink lip which blends to a pale pink and the throat is gold. LC Gold Digger is a clear yellow/orange with red in the throat. This cross should produce many pastel orange “DREAMSICLE” flowers.
4", $14

Tolumnia Midas ‘Willow Pond’ AM/AOS
(Onc onustum x Tolumnia Red Belt)
This is an unusual cross between Onc onustum and Tolumnia Red Belt. This clone was awarded an 85 point AM in 1975. It has large 1 ½” golden yellow flowers lightly dusted with red spots on shorter spikes that stand just above the foliage.
4" Basket, $22

Tolumnia (Sundown Reef x Red Bird Reef) x Tol guianense
This new equitant Oncidium hybrid uses one of Anita Aldrich’s complex hybrids crossed with a species from Jamaica, Oncidium guianense. This hybrid has stout, short foliage resembling guianense and will also have shorter spikes. The 3 centimeter flower is very full and features a full scalloped lip which is very attractive. Expect the spike to have up to ten flowers at maturity
2", BS, $14