We are growing more and more species, including any Phalaenopsis species we can find. Although many of the hybrids are large and spectacular, even the species from which they originated can be beautiful flowers. This is a small plant in a 4 inch pot but had nice big pretty white flowers. Flowered here February 2004.
@[ Angraecum family | Cattleya family | Cypripedium family | Dendrobium family | Miscellaneous | Oncidium family | | Phalaenopsis family | | Stanhopea family | Vanda family ]
[ | Phal. aphrodite | | Dtps. Autumn Sun x Phal. Goldberry | Dtps. Brother Beethoven x Tinny Redlip | Dtps. Brother Beethoven x Tinny Redlip | Phal. (Brother Grape x Peacock) x Joey | Phal. (amboinensis) x amabilis | Phal. '#1' x Snow Leopard 'Colorama' | Phal. equestris 'Riverbend' AM/AOS | Phal. Golden Bells | Phal. Golden Buddha x Collin's Joy | Phal. Golden Buddha x Dtps. Gold Happy | Phal. Herberella x Mary Stripes | Phal. Herberella x Pinlong Alice | Phal. Hualien Spotlight | Phal. Leopard Prince | Phal. Little Emporer | Phal. Little Steve x Zuma Pixie | Phal. (Mount Kaala) x (Yukimai) | Phal. Mt. View Violet | Phal. Orchid World | Phal. Taida x (Brother Carol x Fireberry) ]