Orchid Species A-C

£ 5.00(5.67 €)

Acianthera capillaris is a species found across South America In the wild this species inhabits wet rainforest as an epiphyte at elevations between 800 1,400 metres. The plant will produce 2-3 inflorescences from the base of each leaf which bear many tiny flowers. Plants will re-flower from the same place year after year. The plant mostly blooms during the spring.

Aerangis fastuosa
£ 14.50(16.43 €)

Aerangis fastuosa is a species endemic to Madagascar. In the wild this species is found as a twig epiphyte or on branches of small trees within humid, montane forest from 100 to 1500 metres. Inflorescences are short and bear 1-5 flowers. The plant blooms during the winter and has a strong and pleasing scent at dusk.

Amesiella monticola
£ 11.50(13.03 €)

Amesiella monticola is a species endemic to the Philippines. In the wild this species is found in montane cloud forest between 1800-2200 metres. The inflorescence is short, bears up to three flowers that each measure 6cm across. The flowers are large compared to the size of the plant. The flowers smell like vanilla and the plant usually blooms during the winter..

Anathallis obovata
£ 13.00(14.73 €)

Anathallis obovata is a species found throughout tropical South and South America. In the wild this species inhabits wet rainforest as an epiphyte and at elevations between 500 and 1,800 metres. The plant will produce inflorescences just below the leaf. The inflorescences bear 2-3 flowers that each measure 0.6cm across. Plants will re-flower from the same place year after year.

Angraecum didieri - size 1
£ 12.00(13.60 €)

Angraecum didieri is an easy to grow Angraecoid from Madagascar. In the wild this species is found growing in eastern rainforests where the rainfall is high. This plant grows well indoors and in an intermediate greenhouse. This species is popular due to the strong fragrance and large flowers which are almost the size of the plant.

Angraecum didieri - size 2 (large)
£ 18.00(20.40 €)

Angraecum didieri is an easy to grow Angraecoid from Madagascar. In the wild this species is found growing in eastern rainforest where rainfall is high. This plant grows well indoors and in an intermediate greenhouse. This species is popular due to the strong fragrance and large flowers which are almost the size of the plant.

£ 14.50(16.43 €)

Angraecum elephantinium is an easy to grow Angraecoid from Madagascar. In the wild this species is found growing in the eastern rainforests where the rainfall is high and at elevations of 1200-1500 metres. This species is popular due to the strong fragrance and large flowers which are almost the size of the plant, flowers measure 7cm across and a spur will measure 11cm.

£ 11.00(12.47 €)

Bifrenaria vitellina is a species endemic to Brazil. This is an epiphytic species found in coastal forests at elevations between 600 and 1,200 metres. The inflorescence measures 20cm and bear 3-8 fragrant flowers that each measure 3cm across. The plant blooms during the summer.

Bulbophyllum ambrosia (reduced price)
£ 6.00(6.80 €)
Bulbophyllum ambrosia is a species from China,Hong Kong and Vietnam. In the wild this species is a lithophyte that inhabits mossy rocks and cliff faces in evergreen forest at elevations of300-1,300 metres. The inflorescence bears solitary flowers that each measure 3cm long. The flowers usually bloom during the winter and the flowers are nicely scented.