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					             H&R NURSERIES - SPRING - 2010 March 1 thru Jun 15, 2010
              INTERNET WEB SITE -- www: hrnurseries.com. email: orders@hrnurseries.com
              PLEASE DO NOT USE OUTDATED LISTS ... 3 lists a year : March 1 thru June 15;
              June 16 thru Sept 15; and Sept 16 thru February 28.
              Listed plant sizes are well established & frequently ready to pot up.
             Please download on Letter Size Paper. Download Photos also.
              HR codes are mericlones. Numbers only are hybrids or seedlings.
              Pot Sizes are : CP; 2”; 3.5”; 4”; etc. “FS” = Flowering Size; “Near FS” = Near
              Flowering Size; “PB” = Previously Bloomed. “CP” = Community Pot (normally 15
              -20 plants). “4N” = tetraploid. “Photo # __” means refer to website photos.
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             CATTLEYA ALLIANCE MERICLONES
              Unless otherwise noted, most of our Cattleya mericlones and hybrids can be grown
              (W) warm to (I) intermediate & can tolerate occasional (C) cool temperatures.
HR3425       Bc. Chesty Puller ʻTucanʼ. (Deesse x C. Empress Bells).                                     Near FS   4” 15.00
              Large well-shaped whites, yellow highlights in lip. Fall-winter.

HR3398       Bc. Maikai ʻSpotted Starʼ. (B. nodosa x C. bowringiana). Multiple clusters                      FS    5” 20.00
  Photo 2     of attractive pinks, red spots, on very compact plant. Fall.


HR3394       Bc. Sunny Delight ʻMAJʼ. (B. perrinii x C. aurantiaca).                                         FS    4” 15.00
              Tall upright clusters of clear bright yellows. Spring.

HR3406       Blc. George King ʻSouthern Crossʼ. (C. Bob Betts x Buttercup).                                Nr FS   4” 20.00
               Very well-shaped 6” yellows. Fragrant.

HR3396       Blc. Lovely Toshie ʻH&Rʼ. (Love Sound x Toshie Aoki).                                        FS 3.5 - 4” 15.00
  Photo 7     Well-shaped 3-1/2” bright yellows, brilliant red lip. Excellent tall stems. Easy grower,
              easy bloomer. Excellent flowers. Very nice plants.
HR3458       Blc. Mariʼs Glory ʻH&Rʼ (Lc. Mariʼs Song x Bl. Morning Glory).                                    -   2” 6.00
  Photo 8     Excellent tall clusters of 5” whites, bright purple flares & lip. 2x a year.                  Nr FS   4” 15.00

HR3397       Blc. Momilani Rainbow ʻButtercupʼ. (Lc. Mariʼs Song x Orange                                      -   4” 15.00
 Photo 10      Nuggett). Attractive 6” yellows. Winter.

HR3382       Blc. Toshie Aoki ʻPizzazʼ AM/AOS. (Faye Miyamoto x Waianae Flare).                              FS    4” 15.00
 Photo 13     Bright 6” yellows, brilliant red lip & flares. Twice a year.

HR3386       C. Angel Bells ʻSuzieʼ AM/AOS. (Empress Bells x Little Angel).                                  FS    5” 20.00
 Photo 14     Excellent 6” whites, yellow in lip.

HR3411       C. Irene Holguin ʻBrown Eyesʼ AM/AOS. (Astral Beauty x J.A. Carbone).                         Nr FS   4” 15.00
              Beautiful 6-1/2” Motherʼs Day lavenders.

HR3446       Epc. Middleburg ʻMAJʼ AM/AOS (C. Bactia x Epi. phoenicium). Very showy                            - 2” 5.00
 Photo 16     sprays of bright pinks, darker pink lip, compact plants. Fall                                  FS 3.5” 15.00

HR3380       Iwanagara Appleblossom ʻGolden Beautyʼ. (Dial. Snowflake x                                       FS    4” 15.00
 Like Ph17    Blc. Orange Nuggett). Tall elegant sprays, long-lasting sweet scented yellows.                 FS    5” 20.00
              Spring.
HR3413       Iwanagara Appleblossom ʻHR Yellow Starʼ. (Dial. Snowflake x                                        -   4” 15.00
 Photo 17     Blc. Orange Nuggett). Tall elegant sprays, long-lasting sweet scented yellows.
              Spring.
HR3360       Lc. Angel Heart ʻHihimanuʼ HCC/AOS. (Puppy Love x C. Penny Kuroda).                             FS    4” 15.00
 Photo 18     Graceful clusters of 4-1/2” pinks, bright purple flares & lip. Strong upright stems.            FS    5” 20.00
              Compact. Spring & fall. Fragrant. HR3360, in 4”
HR3326       Lc. Ann Akagi ʻHihimanuʼ AM/AOS. (Puppy Love x C. walkeriana)                                   FS    4” 15.00
 Photo 19     Excellent 4-1/2” pinks, full lip, yellow center. Strong tall stem, sweet scent. 6 week         FS    5” 20.00
              blooms.
HR3391       Lc. Aussie Sunset ʻCosmic Fireʼ (Fires of Spring x C. Gene May). 4” oranges,                      -   2” 6.00
 Photo 20     with red lip & flares. Many in sheath..                                                         FS    4” 15.00
HR3383       Lc. Bonanza Queen ʻPanamintʼ AM/AOS. (Prophesy x Bonanza).                                      -   4” 15.00
 Photo 21     Beautiful clusters of 6” lavenders. Winter.

HR3461       Lc. Fire Dance ʻPatriciaʼ. (C. aurantiaca x Fire Island). Bright orange                         - 2” 6.00
 Photo 22     clusters, red-orange lip. Compact. Reliable spring bloomer. HR3270 in 4”.                  Nr FS -4” 15.00

HR3370       Lc. Gold Digger ʻOrchid Jungleʼ HCC/AOS. (Red Gold x C. Warpaint). Clusters                   FS    5” 18.00
              of light oranges, red lip, upright spikes. Spring.

HR3393       Lc. Irene Finney ʻSpring Bountyʼ AM/AOS. (Bruno Alberts x C. J.A. Carbone)                      -   4” 15.00
              Well-shaped very attractive 6” lavenders. Spring.

HR3441       Lc. Mariʼs Fantasy ʻH&Rʼ. (Love Fantasy x Mariʼs Song)ʼ.                                      FS    4” 15.00
 Photo 26     Very showy 4” whites, excellent magenta flares & lip, yellow highlights. Compact. 2x
              a year.
HR3456       Lc. Mariʼs Magic ʻDream Girlʼ. (Mariʼs Song x Tokyo Magic). Compact.                            -   2” 6.00
              Beautiful full 4” whites, purple flares, yellow highlights. Fragrant. Twice a year.             -   4” 15.00

HR3444       Lc. Mariʼs Magic ʻHihimanuʼ. (Mariʼs Song x Tokyo Magic). Beautiful                           FS    4” 15.00
              4” whites, purple flares, yellow highlights. Fragrant. 2x a year. Compact.

HR3451       Lc. Mariʼs Magic ʻPurple Flaresʼ. (Mariʼs Song x Tokyo Magic). Beautiful                        -   4” 15.00
 Like Ph28    4” whites, purple flares, yellow highlights. Fragrant. 2x a year. Compact.

HR3449       Lc. Mariʼs Magic ʻRoyal Flushʼ. (Mariʼs Song x Tokyo Magic). Beautiful                          -   2” 6.00
 Photo 28     4” whites, purple flares, yellow highlights. Fragrant. 2x a year. Compact.                      -   4” 15.00

HR3459       Lc. Mariʼs Magic ʻYellow Eyesʼ. (Mariʼs Song x Tokyo Magic). Beautiful                        3.5 - 4” 15.00
              4” whites, purple flares, yellow highlights. Fragrant. 2x a year. Compact.

HR3369       Lc. Mariʼs Song ʻCTM 217ʼ HCC/AOS. (Irene Finney x C. Cherry                                  FS    4” 15.00
 Photo 29     Chip). Beautiful 4-1/2” whites, bright magenta flares & lip, pink sepals, yellow
              throat.Sweet scented and frequent bloomer. also HR3371.
HR3364       Lctna. Happy Face ʻH&Rʼ (Peggy San x Lc. Mariʼs Song).                                          -   2” 6.00
 Photo 31     Well-shaped light lavenders, bright purple flares & lip, yellow highlights. 2x a year.        FS    5” 20.00
              Lots of flowers, very showy.
HR3357       Otaara Hwa Yuan Bay ʻShe Shuʼ. (Lctna. Peggy San x Blc. Sunset Bay).                          FS    5” 20.00
 Photo 32     Excellent 3-1/2” light pinks, bright purple flares. Very compact. Frequent blooms.

HR3427       Otaara Jane Fumiye ʻHawaiiʼ AM/AOS. (Ctna. Keith Roth x Blc. Lucky                              -   2” 5.00
 Photo 33     Strike). Free blooming clusters, 4-1/2” lavenders, purple lip. HR3344, 4”.                   FS    4” 15.00

HR3372       Pot. Burana Beauty ʻBuranaʼ HCC/AOS. (Pot. Netrasiri Starbright x C.                            -   2”   6.00
 Photo 34     Netrasiri Beauty). Very neat & compact. 3-1/2” bright yellows, magenta flares, lip.

HR3437       Pot. Edith North ʻDanny Adamsʼ. (Slc. Helen Veliz x Blc. George King) Fragrant                  - 2” 6.00
 Photo 35     4” peachy pinks on compact plants. Spring.                                               NrFS3.5 - 4” 15.00

HR3402       Pot. Goldernell ʻBurdekinʼ. (Lemon Tree x C. Horace).                                       Nr FS   4” 15.00
 Photo 36     6” well-shaped apricot-oranges.

HR3351       Pot. Hoku Gem ʻFrecklesʼ. (Bl. Richard Mueller x Slc.                                         FS 3.5” 12.00
 Photo 37     Tangerine Jewel). Excellent clone, 6-7” near mini. Many clusters bright 2” yellows,
              dark red spots ... even in 2” pots & on each new growth. Very showy.
HR3448       Pot. Lisa Taylor Gallis ʻH&Rʼ. (Blc. California Girl x Sc. Beaufort).                           -   2”   6.00
              Very attractive, well shaped 3-1/2” wites, which turn light pink in very bright light.
              Dark magenta lip w/ yellow throat. Esay growing twice a year bloomer.Mini.
HR3421       Pot. Lisa Taylor Gallis ʻNoraʼ. (Blc. California Girl x Sc. Beaufort).                      Nr FS 2” 6.00
 Photo 38     Excellent, well shaped 3-1/2” wihites, light pink blush, dark magenta lip w/ yellow           FS 3.5” 15.00
              throat. Mini. Esay growing twice a year bloomer.
HR3462       Pot. Little Toshie ʻH&Rʼ AM/AOS. (Blc. Toshie Aoki x Sc.                                      CP     - 25.00
 Photo 39     Beaufort). Well-shaped 4” yellows,red overlay, brilliant red lip & red flares. Easy
              growing, easy blooming. Very compact.
HR3385       Pot. Love Call ʻNoraʼ. (Blc. Waikiki Sunset x Sc. Beaufort).                            FS    4” 15.00
              Excellent round oranges w/ bright red & yellow lip. Near mini.

HR3452       Slc. Fire Magic ʻH&Rʼ. (Slc. Fire Fantasy x Lc. Tokyo Magic).                             - 2” 6.00
 Photo 42     Excellent 4” yellows, brilliant red flares & lip. 2x a year.                              - 3.5” 15.00

HR3450       Slc. Fire Magic ʻNoraʼ. (Slc. Fire Fantasy x Lc. Tokyo Magic).                            -   2” 6.00
 Photo 43     Very attractive 4” creams, pink overlay & pink lip. 2x a year.                         FS    4” 15.00

HR3445       Slc. Fire Magic ʻSolar Eclipseʼ. (Slc. Fire Fantasy x Lc. Tokyo Magic).                   -   2”   6.00
              Excellent 4” yellows, intense red overlay & flares, brilliant red lip. 2x a year.

HR3447       Slc. Fire Magic ʻSolar Flareʼ. (Slc. Fire Fantasy x Lc. Tokyo Magic).                     - 2” 6.00
 Photo 44     Excellent 4” yellows, intense red overlay & flares, brilliant red lip. 2x a year.   NrFS3.5 - 4” 15.00

HR3419       Slc. Jewel Box ʻScheherazadeʼ AM/AOS. (C. aurantiaca x Anzac).                        NrFS -4” 15.00
 Photo 45     Clusters of brilliant reds on very compact plants, Spring.

             CATTLEYA ALLIANCE HYBRIDS. Excellent minis (up to 6”),
              compacts (up to 10-12”) & standards. Select tetraploid (4N) parents for superior
              flower shapes, colors, substance & blooming habits) Hybrids bloom easily &
              frequently, even under lights or on windowsills. Offspring of hybrids may vary.
20158        B. Grand Stars. (nodosa x Little Stars). Numerous sprays of graceful & fragrant           -   2”   5.00
Like Ph 46    whites. Spring & fall.

20169        B. Little Stars. (nodosa x cordata). Wonderful evening fragrance.                         -   2” 5.00
 Photo 46     Frequent blooming white clusters, dozens of flowers. 20968 in cp.                       FS    4” 15.00
                                                                                                     CP     - 20.00
20226        Bc. Punakea. (Maikai x C. Lulu). Clusters of 3” pinks, darker                             -   2”   5.00
              pink lip. Very compact.

19335        Bl. Mem. Bernice Foster. (Richard Mueller x B. cordata). Upright clusters               FS    4” 15.00
 Photo 49     of yellows, light purple spots. Very compact. Twice a year.

20283        Blc. Dalʼs Horizon x Bl Richard Mueller. Upright clusters of 4” yellows                   -   2”   5.00
              & art-shades, red lip. Very compact. Twice a year. Warm & bright.

20388        Blc. Golden Canefields x Pot. Burana Beauty. 4-1/2” to 5” bright yellows,                  -   2”   6.00
              brilliant red lip & flares.

20425        Blc. Myrtle Beach x Lc. Liptonii. Fragrant 5” lavenders on tall                           -   2”   6.00
              upright spike. Twice a year.

19988        Blc. Richardʼs Bonanza. (Lc. Bonanza Queen x Bl. Richard Mueller). Clusters             FS    4” 15.00
 Photo 52     of pinks & lavenders on tall upright stems. Compact. Twice a year.

20629        Blc. Toshie Aoki ʻPizzazʼ x Pot. Burana Beauty. Flashy 4” yellows, brilliant red        CP     - 20.00
              flares & red lip. 2x a year, spring & fall.

19243        Blc. Toshieʼs Magic. (Lc. Tokyo Magic x Blc. Toshie Aoki).                              FS    4” 15.00
Ph53,54,55    4” yellows, oranges, red flares & lip. Strong upright stems. 2X a year.

19669        C. Hawaiian Variable. (Penny Kuroda x guttata). Attractive                                -   4” 15.00
              clusters of firm pinks, whites, greens, purple flares. Summer. Some in sheath.

19952        C. intermedia v. coerulea x Lc. Mem. Robert Strait. Very attractive, well-shaped    NrFS3.5 - 4” 15.00
 Ph 57,58     lavenders, darker lip, many with flares.

19951        C. intermedia v. coerulea x Sea Breeze. Attractive clusters of 4” light               Nr FS   4” 15.00
See Ph 58     blues on strong upright stems. Late spring to summer. Compact.

19697        Catyclia Leaf Hopper. (Epc. El Hatillo x Ency. tampensis).                            Nr FS 3.5” 12.00
 Photo 59     Clusters of attractive light greens, pink lip. Tall spikes.
19837        Cookara Bill.          (Ctna. Maui Maid 4N x Dial. Snowflake 4N) Compact.                      FS    4” 12.00
 Photo 61     Frequent tall spikes of bright pinks, white center. W-I.

20225        Dialaelia Snowflake x Lc. Ann Akagi. Fragrant 4” light pinks, yellow in lip.                     -   2”   6.00
Like Ph 63    Tall graceful stems. Very long lasting. Spring.

19702        Eplc. Pixie Charm. (Lc.Pixie x Epi. alatum) Tall uprignt spikes of light oranges,             FS 3.5” 12.00
              darker tips, good upright spikes. WONDERFUL FRAGRANCE.

19198        L. Ipanema Beach (tenebrosa x briegeri). Clusters of yellows, purple lip.                   Nr FS   4 12.00
              Tall upright spikes on compat plant.

20863        Lc. Aussie Sunset ʻCosmic Fireʼ x Tokyo Magic.                                                CP     - 20.00
 Ph 20, 64    Clusters of excellent 4" light oranges & yellows, bright red flares. Remake of a very
              successful cross. also 20866
20093        Lc. Blazing Treat. (Rojo x Trick or Treat). Many tall clusters of bright                        -   2”   5.00
              spring red-oranges.

20350        Lc. Bonanza Queen x B. Little Stars.                                                            -   2”   6.00
 Ph 21, 46    Clusters of fragrant 3-1/2” lavenders. Compact plant.

20049        Lc. Cariadʼs Mini-Quinee. (C. intermedia v. coerulea x Lc. Mini Purple                          -   2” 6.00
              ʻBlue Hawaiiʼ). Very well-shaped 4” violets, full dark violet lip. Fragrant.                 FS    4” 15.00

20038        Lc. Fire Dance x Trick or Treat. Upright clusters of 3” oranges on compact                      - 2” 6.00
See Ph 22     plants. Long lasting. Spring. also 20039.                                                    3.5 - 4” 15.00

19873        Lc. Hwa Yuan Beauty x Melody Fair. Very showy 5” whites, dark pink lip, flares                   -   4” 15.00
              & blushes. Compact plants

20018        Lc. Irene Finney x Slc. Circle of Life. Very well-shaped 5-1/2” pinks,                          -   2”   6.00
See Ph 65      excellent purple lip. Compact. Spring.

19748        Lc. Jungle Elf x C. Lulu. 3-1/2” pinks & whites, wild red spots, dark magenta               Nr FS 3.5” 15.00
              lip. Very compact round leaved plants. Summer

19740        Lc. Jungle Eyes. (Jungle Elf 4N x C. aclandiae). Excellent 3”                               Nr FS 3.5” 15.00
 Ph 25, 67    flowers, wild patterns. Yellows & red-oranges, red spots, red lip. Incredible mini.           CP     - 25.00
              20757 in CP.
20026        Lc. Love Knot 4N x C. Maui Plum. Brilliant 4-1/2” bright magentas. 6 week                       -   2”   6.00
 Photo 68     blooms. Very compact plants.

20222        Lc. Lucky Charms. (C. Gene May x Lc. Jungle Elf). Excellent. Very                               -   2”   6.00
 Photo 69     unusual & attractive 3-1/2” creamy whites, covered by red freckles, brilliant red lip.

20489        Lc. Mari (Mariʼs Song x Bonanza Queen). Clusters of excellent round                             -   2”   6.00
 Photo 71     5” pinks, beautiful blushes & flares, vibrant red lip. Early summer & fall. Fragrant

19843        Lc. Mariʼs Magic. (Mariʼs Song x Tokyo Magic). Compact. Beautiful                         Near FS   4” 15.00
 Ph 73-75     4” pinks & whites, vivid purple flares. Fragrant. Frequent blooms. also 19642 in 4”.

20405        Lc. Melody Fair x Bl. Richard Mueller. Upright clusters of 4-1/2” light pinks                   -   2”   5.00
              & creams, dark purple lip. Compact plants. 2X a year.

20359        Lc. Mem. Robert Strait x Mini Purple ʻBlue Hawaiiʼ. Very attractive pinks, full                 -   2”   6.00
 See Ph57     dark magenta lip, 4-1/2” flowers on 8” plants.

19244        Lc. Tokyo Magic x C. Penny Kuroda. Very attractive 4” whites &                                3.5 - 4” 15.00
See Ph 64     pinks, brilliant magenta flares & lip on strong upright stems.

19677        Lc. Trick or Treat x C. skinneri. Clusters of 2” oranges / sunset hues.                       FS    4” 15.00
              Tall upright spikes. Spring blooms.

20091        Lc. Trick or Treat. (L. Icarus x Chit Chat). Long lasting                                       -   2”   5.00
              upright clusters bright oranges. Spring.
20775        Pot. Goldernell x Burana Beauty. Very showy 4-1/2” yellows & peaches,                         CP     - 20.00
 Ph 34,36     brilliant red flares & lip. Compact plants.

20777        Pot. Goldernell x Lc. Tokyo Magic. Attractive clusters of 4-1/2” peaches &                    CP     - 20.00
 Ph 36,64     pinks, dark magenta lip, well presented on tall spikes. Compact plants.

19926        Pot. Lovely Fantasy. (Blc.Love Sound x Slc. Fire Fantasy).                                Near FS   4” 15.00
 Ph 79,80     Bright upright spikes of 3” yellows, red lip, many excellent red flares. Easy growing,
              easy blooming, very compact.
20331        Pot. Royʼs Magic. (Burana Beauty x Lc. Tokyo Magic). Bright 3” yellows,                         -   2”   6.00
 Photo 81     brilliant red lip & flares. Upright stems. Spring & fall. also 20465.

20291        Schomburgkia albo-purpurea ʻRemarʼ x B. nodosa Strong upright clusters of                       -   2”   6.00
              unusual curvy whites, dark purple lip. Compact plants, short pseudo-bulbs. Warm,
              bright & well-drained.
20702        Slc. Dream Catcher. (Slc. Bright Angel x Sc. Beaufort ʻYellow Lipʼ).                            -   2”   6.00
              Excellent mini, red- oranges, red lip, yellow throat. Every one good.

20408        Slc. Fire Fantasy ʻHihimanuʼ x Tangerine Imp. Showy 4” yellows, brilliant                       -   2”   6.00
              red flares & lip. Mini or near mini plants.

19912        Slc. Fire Magic. (Slc. Fire Fantasy x Lc. Tokyo Magic). Variable                                - 2” 6.00
 Ph 82-85     but excellent hybrid. Yellows, whites, excell. red flares, red lip. 18595, 18678 in 4”.       FS 3.5” 15.00

             DENDROBIUMS. W = Warm; I = Intermediate; W-I = Warm to Intermediate.
              I or W-I will tolerate cool periods if watered less. Dendrobium types : (S) =
              Spatulata (antelope); (P) = Phalaenanthe; (F) = Formosae (Nigrohirsute); (L) =
              Latouria (New Guinea type); and (N) = Nobile.
              Latourias (New Guinea types) do well under wide range of conditions, wet, shady,
              cool, warm, bright. Evergreen & disease resistant. Compact plants bloom for
              months.
             DENDROBIUM MERICLONES
              Mericlones of selected dendrobium parents.

HR3408       Den. Frosty Dawn ʻWings of Goldʼ. (F). (Dawn Maree x Lime Frost). CLONE                    FS, 3”- 3.5” 20.00
 Photo 86     of an excellent & very rare variety. Numerous clusters of crisp whites, brilliant
              orange lip ... brilliant gold-orange flares. Truly remarkable blooms. Grow mounted,
              in baskets or well-drained in large chunky bark. Warm, bright. Spring/summer.
HR3410       Den. Hawaiian King ʻGiantʼ (Hawaiian Spectacular x Formidible) (F).                             -   4” 25.00
              Clusters of beautiful 5” full whites on strong evergreen canes. Long lasting early
              summer blooms.
HR3095       Den. Judith Nakayama ʻH&R Supremeʼ. (F). (Dawn Maree x Formidible).                             -   2” 6.00
              Exceptional. 4-1/2 to 5” clean whites, bright yellow lip. Full well-shaped flowers            FS    4” 18.00
              look like firm-textured cattleyas. Blooms 2 months or more. Late spring & fall.
HR3438       Den. Lemon Ice ʻH&Rʼ. (F). (cruentum x trigonopus). Clusters of 1-1/2”                        FS 3.5” 15.00
 Photo 87     yellows, olive green lip, on very compact evergreen. Fragrant.

             DENDROBIUM HYBRIDS
              Flowers of different plants of the same hybrid may vary in appearance.

19920        Den. Adora Nishii. (alexandrae x spectabile). (L) Showy upright heads of curly                FS    4” 20.00
Ph196,213     light greens, purple spots. 2-3 month blooms. Evergreen plants.

19790        Den. alexandrae x phalaenopsis. (L, P). Numerous long-lasting spikes                          FS    4” 18.00
Like Ph 91    of lavenders w/ dark stripes. Evergreen plants. W-I

20980        Den. Andree Millar x convolutum. (L). Free blooming compact plant.                            CP     - 20.00
Like Ph 88    Many spikes 1” chartreuses, purple striped lip. 2 month blooms, twice a year.
              Very compact, plants 8-10” when mature. W-I.
20265        Den. Andree Millar. (L). (atroviolaceum ʻPygmyʼ x convolutum)                                 FS    4” 15.00
 Photo 88     Wonderful little version of a very popular hybrid. Many spikes 1” chartreuses,
              purple striped lip. 2 month blooms, twice a year. Very compact, plants only 8”
              when mature. 19393, 19487 in 4”. W-I.
18477         Den. Anne Warne. (schuetzei x dearei). (L). Beautiful clusters of 2-1/2”                     FS    4” 15.00
Similar 122    whites, lime green lip, on slender evergreen canes. Long lasting. Spring.

20540         Den. Big Alex x bigibbum. (L,P). Short 12”canes, evergreen.                                    -   2”   5.00
 Photo 91      Very attractive sprays of 3 month dark violets. Frequent blooms.

20668         Den. Big Alex x Hisako Haraguchi. (L,P). Short 12”canes, evergreen.                            -   2” 5.00
 Ph 91,92      Very attractive sprays of 3 month light violets, dark lip.                                    -   4” 15.00

20224         Den. Big Alex x Silver Wings. (L,P). Very attractive sprays of                                 -   4” 18.00
 Ph 91,117     3 month light violets. Easy growing & attractive evergreen plants.

20597         Den. Big Alex. (alexandrae x bigibbum). (L,P). Short 12”canes, evergreen.                     -    2” 5.00
 Photo 91      Very attractive sprays of 3 month dark violets. Frequent blooms.                         Nr FS    4” 15.00

20595         Den. Bruce Gordon. (alexandrae x eximium). (L). Clusters of curly chartreuses,                 -   2”   5.00
               purple spots & striped lip. 2-3 month blooms. Spring.

20402         Den. Frank Thrall. (Roy Tokunaga x bigibbum). Sprays of long lasting purples                   -   2”   5.00
 Photo 93      on compact.

20066         Den. Frosty Dawn. (F). (Dawn Maree(4N) x Lime Frost 4N). 2” whites,                      FS 3.5” - 4” 15.00
 Photo 94      orange lip. Sweet fragrance. 3 month flowers. W-I. Bright. also 18787 in 4”.                 FS 5” 22.00
               18787 in 5”. Expect blooms March-April 2010.
20217         Den. Golden Aya.                 (aphrodite x capillipes) Numerous                             -   2” 6.00
 Photo 95      graceful sprays of long lasting yellows. Spring W-I. Bright.                                FS    4” 15.00

20215         Den. Golden Fantasy. (Golden Aya 4N x capillipes)                                              -   2” 6.00
 Photo 95      Numerous graceful sprays of long lasting yellows. Spring. W-I. Bright.                      FS    4” 15.00

20415         Den. Green Lantern. (F). (Dawn Maree 4N x cruentum). Firm whites,                              - 2” 5.00
 Photo 97      red-orange lip. 2 months, 2X year. W-I. Well-drained roots. 19054, 4”.                  FS, 3.5 - 4” 18.00
                                                                                                           FS `5” 22.00
20590         Den. Green Mist. (johnsoniae x convolutum). (L) Easy growing, easy blooming               Nr FS    2” 5.00
 Photo 98      plants. Very attractive light lime green clusters last 2 months.                            FS    4” 15.00

20461         Den. Hiroshi Tokunaga. (F). (Dawn Maree x infundibulum).                                       -   2”   5.00
Like Ph101     Clusters of firm large 4-1/2” whites, brilliant red-orange lip. 2-1/2 month blooms.
               Evergreen plants.
20842         Den. Jaquelyn Thomas ʻBlue Hawaiiʼ 4N x self. Many strong sprays of bright                     -   2”   5.00
               blue-violest. Vigorous plants are highly productive bloomers. Warm, bright light,
               well-drained.
20160         Den. Jodi-Ann. (Mary Lee x Hisako Haraguchi). Sprays of attractive 2-1/2”                    FS    4” 15.00
 Ph 99,100     round pinks, many with dark pink stripes.

20600         Den. johnsoniae x spectabilev. aureum. (L). Strong upright sprays of                           -   2”   7.00
               light yellows, purple-striped lip. 2 month spring blooms. Vigorous evergreen plants.

19087         Den. Judith Nakayama (F). (Dawn Maree x Formidible). Well shaped                             FS    4” 18.00
 Photo 101     4-1/2” whites, bright yellow/ orange lip. 2 months. Late spring. also 19218.                FS    5” 22.00

20599         Den. Little Green Apples. (Green Elf x convolutum). (L). Sprays of                             -   2” 6.00
 Photo 103     very long lasting lime-greens, small purple spots, easy growing. Good color. 20153          FS    4” 18.00
               in 4”.
19028         Den. Loriʼs Star. (Dawn Maree x Lori Tokunaga). (F).                                     FS 3.5 - 4” 18.00
 Photo 104     Evergreen canes , 3-1/2” whites, red lip. 2-3 month spring blooms. also 20064,             FS 5” 22.00
               19028.
19818         Den. Maiden Charlotte. (L).      (aberrans x rhodostictum). Clusters of                      FS 3.5” 12.00
 Photo 105     whites, purple striped lip, on small plants. Very cute. Close to blooming. also
               18508.
20616         Den. Mem. Roy Yahiro. (Roy Yahiro x Hisako Haraguchi. (S, P)                                 FS    4” 12.00
 Photo118      Very attractive sprays of round light lavenders, darker blush and dark purple center,
               on very compact plants.
19829        Den. Mini Snowflake. (L). (aberrans x johnsoniae). Very straight &                          FS 2” 6.00
 Photo 106    cute plant, only about 5” tall. Upright clusters of 1” whites. Perfect for tabletop,      FS 3.5” 12.00
              windowsill, or anywhere. Long lasting, twice a year.
20666        Den. Misty Rose (Roy Tokunaga x Hisako Haraguchi). (L, P)                                    -   2” 5.00
 Photo 107    Attractive clusters of whites, pinkspurple centers, purple lip. Compact plants.             -   4” 12.00

19381        Den. Nora Tokunaga. (L). (atroviolaceum ʻPygmyʼ x rhodostictum )                           FS    4” 15.00
 Ph108,109    Good hybrid of New Guinea species, using near mini variety of atroviolaceum.
              Long lasting whites, purple speckling, striped lip, short plant. W-I. also 19830.
20606        Den. Pam Tajima. (eximium x atroviolaceum ʻPygmyʼ). (L).                                     -   2”   5.00
 Ph110,111    Creamy whites, small purple spots, purple striped lip. 4 months. Spring. W-I.

19608        Den. Peng Seng (cruentum x tobaense) (F) 1-1/2” light greens, very                         FS    3” 12.00
 Photo 112    unusual bright red lip. Seedlings from our own orchid lab.

20858        Den. Rising Star. (Jaquelyn Thoms x Roy Tokunaga). (S,L). Very prolific                       -   2”   5.00
              bloomer. Numerous 2 month lavender sprays. 2X a year. Warm, bright, well-
              drained. Vigorous evergreen plants.
20393        Den. Roy Tokunaga (short). (L)           (johnsoniae x atroviolaceum ʻPygmyʼ)              FS    4” 18.00
 Photo 116    Excellent clusters of 3”whites, green in lip, fine purple stripes. W-I. Very short
              version of this hybrid. Blooms fall thru spring.
20276        Den. Roy Tokunaga x Roy Tokunaga                   (johnsoniae x atroviolaceum)          Nr FS   4” 18.00
 Photo 114    Spectacular clusters of 3”whites, purple spots, green in lip, fine purple stripes.
              W-I. OUTSTANDING SHOW PLANT !
20348        Den. Roy Tokunaga x Roy Tokunaga. (L) (johnsoniae x atroviolaceum)                           -   2” 5.00
 Photo 114    Outstanding clusters of 3”whites, green in lip, fine purple stripes. W-I.                  FS    4” 18.00
              OUTSTANDING SHOW PLANT ! 19840, 19877 in 4”.
19821        Den. Royal Wings (Roy Tokunaga x Silver Wings). (L).                                       FS    4” 18.00
Like Ph117    Long-lasting spikes of 3-1/2”whites, purple speckling, striped lip, on compact plant.     CP     - 20.00
              W-I. 21085 in CP.
20008        Den. scheutzei x Sandersʼ Festival. (F) Clusters of 3-1/2” whites,                           -   2”   5.00
Like Ph119    purplish throat, purple striped lip, cover evergreen canes for 3 months in spring.
              Spectacular blooms.
19467        Den. Silver Wings x Stephen Batchelor (L).                                                 FS    5” 22.00
 Photo 117    Long-lasting spikes of 4” whites, purple striped lip. vigorous plant. W-I.

20357        Den. Snow Festival. (F). (Alice Iwanaga x sanderae). Magnificent                              -   2”   7.00
Like Ph119    3 month blooms of 4-1/2” whites, rich purple centers.

20604        Den. Wonder Nishii (L).         (alexandrae x atroviolaceum ʻPygmyʼ).                        -   2”   5.00
 Photo 123    2-1/2” light greens, violet lip, purple spots on back. Long lasting, spring. W-I.
              Excellent near mini version of popular hybrid.
             MISCELLANEOUS MERICLONES


             MISCELLANEOUS HYBRIDS
              Flowers of different plants of the same hybrid may vary in appearance.

21021        Bulb. Wilbur Chang.    (echinolabium x carunculatum).                                       - 2” 7.00
              Large 4” yellows, maroon overlay, on tall upright spikes.                               FS 3 -3.5 30.00
                                                                                                              ”
20351        Colm. Ruthʼs Rainbow. (Sphacetante x Onc. ornithorhynchum).                                  -   2” 5.00
  Ph 126      Very showy. Tall branching spikes of light violets. 19889 in 4”                           FS    4” 15.00

20092        Ency. alata x bractescens. Upright branching sprays of light browns.                         - 2” 6.00
  Ph 130      Pink lip. Very nice sweet fragrance. Late spring. Very compact plants. 20840, CP.         FS 3.5” 12.00
                                                                                                        CP    - 20.00
20072        Ency. alata x dickensoniana. Branching sprays of light tans, dark brown tips.                -   2”   6.00
Ph 131,132    Late spring. Warm, bright.

20088        Epi. Cindy x Ency. alata. Very fragrant sprays, copper                                       -   2” 6.00
Like Ph132    tones, white lip, purple stripes. Very compact. Summer. W, Bright.                        FS    4” 12.00
18889        Epi. Cindy. (tampense x alatum). Very fragrant sprays, copper                                 FS 3.5” 12.00
              tones, white lip, purple stripes. Very compact. Summer. W, Bright.

20613        Onc. Tsiku Marguerite. (Twinkle x ornithorhynchum).                                             -    2” 5.00
              Mini. Multiple branching sprays, tiny whites, pink lip. Fragrant. Spring.                    CP      - 15.00

19460        Psychopsis Butterfly. (papilio x sanderae). Very unusual and graceful 3-1/2”                     - 2” 8.00
Like Ph135    yellows, mahogany bars, mimic butterflies in flight. Blooms in continuous sequence             FS 3.5” 15.00
              for years, on same spike.
20714        Psychopsis Kalihi x Mendenhall. Very unusual & graceful 3-1/2” yellows                           -   2”   8.00
Like Ph135    mahogany bars, mimic butterflies in flight. Blooms in continuous sequence for
              years, on same spike.
19124        Psychopsis kramerianum x versteegianum. 3-1/2” 0range flowers with                                -   3” 15.00
Like Ph135    brown spots & stripes mimic butterflies in flight.

20577        Psychopsis papilio x versteegiana. 3-1/2” 0range flowers with                                  CP      - 25.00
Like Ph135    brown spots & stripes mimic butterflies in flight.

             SPECIES (MERICLONES OR DIVISIONS). Healthy & vigorous
              nursery plants. “HR” code are mericlones or divisions. Number only codes are
              seed propagated. “x self” or “x sib” indicates selfing or sibling cross.
HR3424       Cattleya mossiae v. semi-alba “H&Rʼ. Gorgeous displays of excellent                              -   2” 10.00
 Photo 137    6” whites, brilliant purple lip. Unusual form of this beautiful late spring bloomer.

HRPerfec Cattleya walkeriana ʻPerfect Blushʼ. This incredible C. walkeriana                        3 bulb $ 2, 500.00
t         is featured in the January 2010 issue of ORCHID DIGEST MAGAZINE. Flowers are front div
          3” to 3-1/2” and almost perfectly round. Petals and sepals are white, sometimes with FS, NO
          a very slight blush. A bright pink picote & beautiful bright pink lip frame each flower discount
          beautifully. ʻPerfect Blushʼ has produced many outstanding C. walkeriana offspring.
          (ʼPuananiʼ 4N x ʻH&Rʼ 4N). NO DISCOUNT.
HRBluPri Cattleya walkeriana v. coer. ʻBlue Princeʼ. Excellent coerulea                                 FS Div    5” 300.00
n         blooming sized divisions. Very well-shaped . Excellent wide lip. Excellent coerulea
          color. Vigorous growth & consistent bloomer. NO DISCOUNT.
HRMidnit Cattleya walkeriana v. coer. ʻMidnight Blueʼ. Extraordinary coerulea                           FS Div    5” 300.00
e         blooming sized divisions. Full, flat wide petals. Excellent wide lip. Excellent
          coerulea color. Vigorous, very short, rounded pseudo-bulbs. NO DISCOUNT.
15944        Cattleya walkeriana v. semi alba ʻAnnʼ HCC /AOS x ʻPuananiʼ 4N.                             select   5” 85.00
              Excellent 3-1/2” to 4-1/2” pinks, bright pink lip, semi-albas. Also some exceptional       select   5” 150.00
              blushes, albas & light pink lipped varieties. Vigorous. Divisions may be out of pot.       select   5” 250.00
              NO DISCOUNT.                                                                                 ask     -
HROOO        Divisions of Select Cattleya walkeriana plants
              Divisions of Select Cattleya walkeriana plants will be posted, later this spring. We
              realize that there might be special interest created by a recent Orchid Digest article
              on C walkeriana. Major Orchid Show commitments necessitate the delay in posting
              these items. Thank you for your patience.
             SEED PROPAGATED SPECIES.
              Flowers of different plants of the same species may vary in appearance. Name of
              native country may appear. However, plants are seed propagated at H&R.
19472        Aerangis luteo-alba v. rhodosticta. Extra-ordinarily beautiful mini.                          FS     2” 15.00
 Photo 139    Graceful sprays, whites, red center. I, C. Africa

19451        Amesiella monticola. Lasting sprays of sweet-scented 1-1/2”                                      -   2” 12.00
  Ph 140      spring whites. Grow mounted. Spring. Mini. I. Philippines.

19815        Angraecum leonis. Attractive sprays of clean whites. Very distinctive                           -    2” 7.00
  Ph 142      flat fan shaped foliage. Compact plants. Late spring - summer. Madagascar.                    CP      - 30.00

20110        Brassavola cordata. Clumps of pencil-leaves. Clusters of attractive                             - 2” 6.00
 Photo 143    fragrant light greens, broad white lip. Jamaica. 19356, in 3.5”.                             FS 3.5” 15.00

20112        Brassavola cucullata. Pendant pencil-leaves.                                              Near FS    2” 10.00
 Photo144     Pendant ribbony whites, frilly lip. W. Bright. Mexico.
20134        Brassavola nodosa. Graceful clusters of greens, wide white lip.                                 FS 3.5” 15.00
Like Ph 46    Fragrant at night. Short-leaved. W, Bright. Grow mounted or potted.

19097        Brassavola perrinii. Pendant pencil-leaved plants.                                                -   2”   7.00
 Photo 145    Starry whites. Grow mounted. W, Bright. Brazil

19914        Broughtonia sanguinea ʻPink Starʼ x ʻPink Moonʼ. Excellent forms of well-                         -   2” 7.00
 Photo147      shaped mini reds on tall spikes & mini plants. Warm, bright.                                  FS    4” 15.00

19985        Broughtonia sanguinea ʻStar Splashʼ x sanguinea v. aurea.                                    Nr FS    2” 15.00
              Excellent & very rare combination of yellows with red flared petals. Mini plants with
              tall spikes. Warm, bright. Mount, basket or pot. Yellow versionb of Photo 148.
19916        Broughtonia sanguinea ʻStar Splashʼ x sibling. (flared). Extraordinary                        Nr FS    2” 12.00
 Photo 148    variant of mini Cattleya species. Clusters of small well-shaped whites Many bloom
              with outstanding red flares in lip & petals. Tall spikes. XL, 18999.
19627        Bulbophyllum sumatranum x sib. Exotic 3” chartreuses,                                             -   2”   7.00
 Photo 150    maroon stripes. Very compact plants.

20009        Catasetum tenebrosum. Sprays of unusual dark                                                     - 2” 6.00
              mahogany flowers, bright green lip. Compact. W. Bright.                                         FS 3.5” 15.00

19698        Cattleya aclandiae x aclandiae ʻBlack Rookʼ. Attractive round-leaved                              -   2” 20.00
 Photo 152    near-mini bifoliate branching plant. Chartreuses, intense dark brown barring,
              brilliant magenta lip. Intense color, often blooms 2X year. Warm. Brazil.
18979        Cattleya amethystoglossa ʻH&Rʼ AM/AOS (4N) x ʻH&R Supremeʼ (4N)                               med 3.5” 40.00
Ph 154,155    Clusters of exceptional 3-1/2” to 4” full, crisp pinks, dark purple spots. Sibling cross
              between two 4N parents, with incredible shapes, size & substance.
19879        Cattleya amethystoglossa ʻH&R Supremeʼ (4N) x ʻH&Rʼ AM/AOS (4N).                              med 3.5” 40.00
Ph 154,155    Clusters of exceptional 3-1/2” to 4” full, crisp pinks, dark purple spots. Sibling cross
              between two 4N parents, with incredible shapes, size & substance.
18527        Cattleya amethystoglossa ʻH&R Supremeʼ AM/AOS (4N) x ʻOrchidgladeʼ                            med 3.5” 40.00
See Ph155     AM/AOS (4N). Clusters of OUTSTANDING 3-1/2” to 4” pinks, purple spots.
              Excellent substance. Superior parents. W, Bright. Spring.
18530        Cattleya amethystoglossa ʻHihimanuʼ AM/HOS (4N) x ʻH&Rʼ AM/AOS (4N).                              -   4” 40.00
See Ph154     Clusters of exceptional 3-1/2” to 4” full, crisp pinks, dark purple spots. Sibling cross         -   5” 85.00
              between two 4N parents, with incredible shapes, size and substance.
20135        Cattleya dowiana v. aurea. 6” yellows, bright red lip. Summer.                                    -   2” 12.00
 Photo 157    Very desirable species.

19147        Cattleya guttata v. albina. Rare form. Light greens with light spotting                           - 3.5” 15.00
 Photo 160    & white lip. Brazil.

19595        Cattleya intermedia (Maroon Lip) x sib. Clusters of very attractive                          Nr FS    4” 15.00
Like Ph166    whites, bright maroon lip. Brazil.

19986        Cattleya intermedia v. aquinii x ʻBoa Vistaʼ. Very compact species.                               -   2”   7.00
Ph 163,164    3-1/2” pinks, dark pink flared petals & lip.

19950        Cattleya intermedia v. coerulea x intermedia ʻBlue Frecklesʼ                                      -   2”   7.00
Like Ph162    Unusual form. Very attractive 3” bluish flowers, dark violet lip. Brazil.

20010        Cattleya intermedia v. coerulea x v amethystina ʻAranbeemʼ.                                       -   2” 6.00
Like Ph165    Very attractive clusters of pinks, dark purple lip. Compact, easy blooming. Brazil.            FS    3” 15.00

20349        Cattleya intermedia v. orlata x orlata ʻCoronadoʼ. Clusters of very attractive &                  -   2” 6.00
 Photo 166    unusual pale pinks, rich magenta lip. Brazil. also 19989. 18040 in 5”.                     FS, PB    5” 20.00

20016        Cattleya lawrenceana. Showy spring lavenders. Compact.                                           -    2” 7.00
 Photo167     Venezuela. also 20456. 20515 in CP.                                                           CP      - 30.00

18713        Cattleya leopoldii v. alba x sib. Tall clusters of 3-1/2” greens,                                 - 3.5” 15.00
 Photo 168    white lip. Bright, well drained. Summer. Fragrant. Brazil. 18172 in 4”.
20536        Cattleya leopoldii x leopoldii. Tall clusters of 3-1/2” glossy chocolates,                      -   2”   7.00
              white lip. Bright, well drained. Summer. Fragrant. Brazil. also 20536.

20050        Cattleya luddemanniana x sib.                                                                 -     2” 10.00
 Photo 169    Fragrant 6” spring lavenders. Venezuela. also 20535.                                     Nr FS     4” 20.00

20506        Cattleya luteola.                                                                               -   2”   7.00
P”hoto 170    Mini species. Clusters of yellows, maroon in lip. W. Peru

19044        Cattleya nobilior ʻDom Rafael Wenzelʼ x ʻH&R IIʼ 4N. Excellent form of                          -   2” 35.00
 Photo 171    this very desirable species. 3-1/2” pinks, dark pink lip. Short round pseudobulbs,
              thick rounded leaves ... very short & attractive plant. Warm & bright mounted, or in
              pots or baskets with loose airy roots.
20534        Cattleya percivaliana v. alba. Graceful 5” whites. Full petals, beautiful                       -   2” 15.00
              frilled trumpet lip.

17416        Cattleya schilleriana. Glossy 3-1/2” - 4” flowers, dark brown spots,                             - 2” 8.00
 Photo 173    bright purple lip. Compact and highly desirable species. Brazil. also 20097.                   - 3.5” 15.00

18864        Cattleya schroderae. Well-shaped 5” pinks, orange in lip. Spring/summer.                 FS, PB     5” 45.00
 Photo 174    Colombia. Blooming Size.

c18864       Cattleya schroderae. Well-shaped 5” pinks, orange in lip. Spring/summer.                 FS, PB     6” 75.00
 Photo 174    Colombia. Blooming Size. Colchicine treated, bloomed, probable 4N.

19927        Cattleya violacea ʻH&Rʼ x ʻH&R Giantʼ (4N). Sibling cross between two                           -   2” 12.00
 Photo 177    superior parents. ʻH&R Giantʼ is extremely vigorous with excellent 5” flowers, on               -   4” 35.00
              spikes of 7 or more flowers. Mother plant blooms for us up to 3-4 times a year. also
              20437.
20555        Cattleya violacea tipo ʻEmpireʼ x tipo ʻEnyoʼ. Attractive tipo form, Excellent                 -    2” 15.00
 Photo 178    wide dark lip. Japan customers, please contact Wakayama Orchids.                              -    4” 35.00
                                                                                                          FS     5” 50.00
19032        Cattleya walkeriana ʻEstrela da Colinaʼ x walkeriana 4N.                                 FS , PB    4” 25.00
 Photo 187    3-1/2” to 4” well-shaped pinks, dark pink lip. Very compact species.


19104        Cattleya walkeriana ʻLavenderʼ x ʻLight Fantasiaʼ 4N. Excellent shapes, 4-1/2”               FS 3.5 25.00
              pinks & light pinks with darker pink blushes. Excellent wide darker pink lip. Cross
              between parents with exceptional shapes, substance & color.
19133        Cattleya walkeriana ʻLight Blushʼ 4N x self. Excellent shapes, 4-1/2”                        FS 3.5ʼ 35.00
Like Ph179    whites, light pinks, excellent wide pink lip.

19706        Cattleya walkeriana v. coerulea ʻWenzel Sonʼ x v. coerulea.                               Nr FS     4” 35.00
Ph 181-183    Excellent light blue form of species, darker blue lip. Very round pseudobulbs.
              Proven cross.
18932        Cattleya walkeriana v. semi-alba ʻHawaiian Snowʼ 4N x v. flamea ʻDivinaʼ.                     FS 3.5” 25.00
 Photo 185    Two outstanding parents: ʻHawaiian Snow”is a semi-alba 4N, with excellent shape &
              substance; ʻDivinaʼ is a small but vigorous & free-blooming pink , dark pink lip &
              exceptional dark pink flares.
20163        Cattleyopsis cubensis. Very cute little species native to Cuba. Small                           -   2”   8.00
              clustering succulent growth. Upright clusters small whites, bright purple side lobes,
              yellow & white lip, with red-orange throat. Grow mounted in bright light. Spring.
16257        Chamaeangis hariotiana. Pendant inflorescences of very tiny                                bare rt    - 12.00
              orange flowers. Grow mounted or in basket. Shady, W-I. West Africa.                           mt     - 12.00

20396        Cymbidium madidum v. leroyi. Smrays of small attractice light greens.                           -   4” 22.00
 Photo 193    Compact with slender grassy leaves Warm, bright. Spring. Limited.

20894        Cyrtopodium polyphylum. Attractive spikes of 1-1/2” bright yellows,                             -   2” 15.00
              Chartreuse sepals. Grow warm & bright. Well-drained, but well watered. Somewhat
              deciduous. Drops some leaves & growth slows during cooler periods. Blooms on
              short 8-10” plants.
19902        Dendrobium aberrans. (L). 3” mini plant with spikes of                                       FS     2” 12.00
 Photo 194    long lasting whites. Very tiny. Very cute. W-I. New Guinea.
20478        Dendrobium aggregatum ʻMajusʼ x sibling. Pendant sprays of bright                             - 2” 5.00
 Photo 195    yellows. 19025 in 4”. Thailand. Full, mature plants in 4”. Expose plants to 55         FS, 3.5 -4” 15.00
              degrees for a week and watch the many sprays develop. Spring.
19904        Dendrobium amethystoglossum. Clusters of small light amethyst flowers,                   FS 3.5 - 4” 35.00
              darker lips. Flowers emerge from slender canes. Spring. Philippines.

21022        Dendrobium antennatum. (S). Many sprays of fragrant curly 2” whites,                         -   2”   5.00
              yellow tip, light pink lip. Very long lasting. Spring. New Guinea. also 21022.

19336        Dendrobium atroviolaceum ʻPygmyʼ x ʻH&Rʼ. (L). Cute near-miniature variety                 FS    4” 15.00
 Photo 197    of a long blooming species. Clusters of creamy whites, brown spots. Blooms from
              2” pots & grow to 8” specimens in 4” pots. Winter-spring.
19007        Dendrobium atroviolaceum ʻPygmyʼ x sibling. (L). Cute new frequent                         FS,   4” 15.00
 Photo 197    blooming mini variety. Clusters of creamy whites, brown spots. Blooms in 2” pots,
              becomes bushy 6” tall specimens. New Guinea.
20825        Dendrobium auriculatum. Very graceful 1” whites Attractive plant shape.                  Nr FS   2” 10.00
              Clusters of short slender canes, short grassy leaves. Warm, medium light. Mount or
              very good drainage.
20257        Dendrobium bifalce x self. Sprays of chartreuses, dark burgundy bars & stripes.              -   2”   8.00
              This is the dendrobium species which is the source of striping in Candy Stripe &
              later striped Den hybrids. Spring. New Guinea.
20126        Dendrobium bracteosum. Brilliant pink or white bristles                                      - 2” 7.00
Ph 199,200    on mature canes for 4 months, summer. W-I. Bright. New Guinea. 19864 in 3.5”.          FS 3 - 3.5” 15.00

20322        Dendrobium canaliculatum. Multiple sprays of 3/4” curly whites, yellow tips &                -   2”   7.00
              lip. Miniature 4-5” plants. Short rounded pseudo-bulbs, stiff pointed leaves. Warm &
              bright. Grow mounted or very well-drained.
20311        Dendrobium carronii x sibling. Tiny mini plants ... 2” tall. Short sprays of curly         FS    2”   7.00
 Photo 201    white flowers, brown tips & yellow lip.

20027        Dendrobium chrysotoxum v. suavissimum.                                                       -   2” 6.00
 Photo 202    Clusters of bright round yellows, with rich maroon center. Thailand.                        -   4” 15.00

20133        Dendrobium convolutum. (L). Frequent blooming, clusters of small                             -   2”   7.00
              chartreuses with purple striped lip. Very long lasting. New Guinea.

18295        Dendrobium cucumerinum. Very unusual plant form.                                             -   2” 12.00
 Photo 203    Clusters of 1” growths which resemble tiny shrivelled cucumbers. Grow mounted
              and interesting clusters develop. W. Tiny cream flowers. Australia.
20379        Dendrobium formosum. (F). Very attractive 4-1/2” whites, yellow-orange                       -   2”   7.00
              centers, on slender evergreen canes. Long lasting. Spring.

20115        Dendrobium hodgkinsonii x sibling. Clusters of 2” chartreuses, green lip,                  FS    2” 12.00
              maroon spots & veins. Compact evergreen plants. W-I. Bright. Well-drained, well                 4” 20.00
              watered. New Guinea species.
19967        Dendrobium jenkinsii. Tiny plants, sprays of bright yellow-oranges.                          - 2” 7.00
Like Ph195    Thailand, Burma. Warm, bright.                                                              - 3.5” 12.00

19566        Dendrobium johnsoniae. (L). Graceful upright sprays of 3” whites, fine                      FS    4” 15.00
 Photo 204    purple striped lip. 2 months. Spring. W-I, Bright. New Guinea.

15805        Dendrobium lichenastrum v. prenticei. Clusters of 2” succulent                          FS, mt    - 20.00
 Photo 206    leaves. Tiny creamy white flowers. Grow W, Bright on mounts. Australia.

20614        Dendrobium lichenastrum.      One of the smallest dendrobiums.                          FS, mt    - 20.00
              Tiny mini cream flowers. W, Bright.

19869        Dendrobium polysema. Clusters of very unusual curved chartreuses, purple                   FS    4” 20.00
 Photo 205    spots and unusual fuzzy textured backs. New Guinea.

19515        Dendrobium prasinum. Cute mini species. Small clusters 1/2” whites.                          -   2” 10.00
              Oxyglossom section. New Guinea species.
19831        Dendrobium rigidum. Full fleshy leaves attach at base to form                                  FS    2” 10.00
 Photo 208    4” tall bushy succulent plant. Clusters of creamy whites, brown lip. Australia.

20234        Dendrobium shiraishii. Light greens, darker green stripes, full                                 -   2” 12.00
 Photo 209    orange lip with red stripes. Rare New Guinea species.                                   Near FS    4” 22.00

20258        Dendrobium smilliae. Clusters of very unusual small pink & whites flowers,                      -    2” 7.00
Ph 210,211    bright green lip. Blooms directly from mature canes. Spring-Summer. Australia,              FS     4” 18.00
              New Guinea. 20212 in 4”. 21036 in CP.                                                       CP      - 25.00
19680        Dendrobium speciosum v. curvicaule. Numerous sprays of bright                                   -   2”   6.00
 Photo 212    yellow . Fragrant spring blooms. Australia.

20308        Dendrobium spectabile ʻRedʼ x self Creamy yellow &                                            FS    4” 15.00
Like Ph213    reddish-brown exotic curled petals & purple striped lip. W-I. Bright. New Guinea.

20490        Dendrobium spectabile v. aureum. Numerous sprays of curved and twisted                          -   2” 10.00
Yellow 213    light yellows. Spring. New Guinea.

20325        Dendrobium spectabile. Creamy yellow & brown,                                                  -    2” 7.00
 Photo 213    exotic curled petals & purple striped lip. W-I. Bright. 4” pots should bloom in             FS     4” 15.00
              spring. 18974 in 4”. 18559, in 8”. New Guinea. 21165 in CP.                                 FS     8” 45.00
                                                                                                          CP      - 25.00
19804        Dendrobium tetragonum v. giganteum. Beautiful & exotic 4” ribbony                               -   2” 12.00
 Photo 215    greens, dark red markings. Large white lip, brilliant red flames. Four cornered, flat-
              sided slender canes. Australia.
18701        Dendrobium unicum. Very fragrant oranges on 4-6” canes. Spring. Thailand.                     FS    2”   8.00
 Photo 216

20500        Dendrochilum stenophyllum (divisions).                                                        FS    2” 10.00
Like Ph219    Dark green grassy-leaved clumps. Many arching sprays of small cream wheat-like
              bristles. W-I. Philippines.
20503        Dendrochilum wenzelii . red. (divisions).                                                     FS    2” 15.00
 Photo 220    Dark green grassy-leaved clumps. Many arching sprays of small red bristles. W-I.

20618        Encyclia adenocaule x self. Many tall sprays of bright lilacs, large hot pink                   -   2”   7.00
                                                            lips.
              Very eye-catching blooms. Early summer. Warm, bright, well-drained.

20108        Encyclia alata. (very select parents)                                                           - 2” 6.00
 Photo 221    Tall branching sprays of browns & yellows, white center. EXCELLENT                           FS 3.5” 15.00
              FRAGRANCE. Early summer. Mexico. 18892 in 3.5”.
20068        Encyclia bractescens. Mini plant, round pseudobulbs, grassy leaves.                           FS    2”   6.00
 Photo 222    Sprays of chocolates, rounded pink lip. Cute. Spring. Belize.

19295        Encyclia ceratistes. Tall sprays of chartreuses. Late spring / summer.                        FS 3.5” 12.00


20561        Encyclia cochleata v alba. Clusters of ribbony whites                                           -   2”   8.00
 Photo 223    with wide creamy lip. Shady, temperate to warm. Central America.

20620        Encyclia cochleata. Upright spikes of greens, with nearly black lip.                         CP      - 20.00
 Photo 224    W-I Bright. Central America. Photo 92 with very dark purple lip.

19688        Encyclia cordigera ʻChocolate Sundaeʼ x sib. Clusters of fragrant 2”                       Nr FS 3.5” 15.00
 Photo 227    browns, full white lip, bright pink spot. Shiny round pseudobulbs. Spring. W, Bright.
              Colombia.
19269        Encyclia cordigera v. rosea. Fragrant uprignt clusters of 2” mahogany,                   NrFS3.5 - 4” 15.00
 Photo 226    bright pink lip. Shiny round pseudobulbs. Spring. W, Bright. Mexico.

19461        Encyclia guatemalensis. Sprays of glossy browns, white center, pink lip.                      FS    3” 12.00
Like Ph228    Compact. Warm, bright. Summer.

20525        Encyclia profusa. Long showy branching sprays of small lime greens.                             - 2” 7.00
 Photo 230    Short rounded pseudobulbs with slender pointed leaves. Spring.                                 - 3.5” 15.00
19954        Epidendrum bracteolatum. Branching sprays of small whites, from tops of                  FS, 3.5 - 4” 15.00
 Photo 235    robust canes. Very attractive. Venezuela.

20424        Grammatophyllum scriptum. Long sprays of 3” chartreuses, with brown                       Nr FS    4” 30.00
 Photo 240    barring. Impressive specimen plants. New Guinea. Late spring.

19428        Laelia crispa. Brazilian species. 4-5” very light purples, twisted & wavy                      - 3.5” 15.00
              petals. darker purple lip, yellow throat. Grow bright and well-drained.

20024        Laelia purpurata ʻPinkieʼ x purpurata. Excellent summer clusters of attractive                 -   2”   7.00
Like Ph244    5” pinks, bright magenta lip.

19165        Laelia purpurata fma. albescens x self. Beautiful tall sprays of 5”                            - 3.5” 15.00
 Photo 242    whites, light pink lip.

18768        Laelia purpurata v. carnea ʻHihimanuʼ x v. carnea ʻH&Rʼ. EXCELLENT                        Nr FS    4” 18.00
 Photo 243    species. Beautiful clusters 5” whites, bright pink lip. Very select parents. Brazil.

19173        Laelia purpurata x ʻCarmencitaʼ. Excellent species. Beautiful                                  -   4” 18.00
 Photo 244    upright clusters 5” whites, bright maroon lip. Very select parents. Brazil.

19200        Laelia tenebrosa. 4-1/2” light chocolates, bright                                       NrFS3.5 - 4” 15.00
 Photo246     purple lip. Very select parents. also 19678.

21045        Leptotes bicolor. Mini slender succulent-leaved plant. Very cute small whites,                 -   2”   8.00
 Photo 247    bright pink lip. Plants form interesting 3” tall clumps.

19304        Macradenia multiflora. Miniature plants. Pendant sprays of tiny copper flowers.                FS    2”   7.00
 Photo 248    Shady. W-I.

20202        Oncidium ampliatum.         Glossy turtle shell bulbs. Glossy wide                             -   2”   6.00
 Photo 252    green leaves. Tall sprays of 1” bright yellows. Bright/ W. Spring.

20391        Oncidium croesus. Mini yellows, black bars. Brazil species.Intermed.                           -   2”   7.00


20395        Oncidium maculatum. Upright branching sprays of yellows, with brown                            -   2”   7.00
 Photo 253    markings. Spring

20063        Oncidium spacelatum. Showy upright spikes of bright yellows.                                FS     5” 20.00
 Photo 254

19134        Oncidium splendidum. Stiff mule-eared leaves. Tall                                        NrFS 3.5” 15.00
 Photo 255    strong sprays of 1-1/2” yellows, mahogany markings. Spring. Guatemala.

21182        Pleurothallis picta. Mini 1” plants                                                         FS     2” 15.00
               Mini species. Tiny spikes of light yellows. Summer.

20392        Psychopsis papilio ʻYellow Birdʼ x ʻYellow Butterflyʼ.                                          -   2” 15.00
 Photo 257    Rare yellow form of Onc. papilio. W.

20041        Rhyncholaelia glauca ʻH&Rʼ x ʻWoltmonʼ. Very graceful & attractive                             -   2”   7.00
 Photo 258    whites, wide lip. In 2004, plant we bred using same parents received FCC on east
              coast. Many were of equal quality. also 20083.
20198        Schomburgkia tibicinis. Clusters of small curvy whites, purple lip, tall spikes                -   2”   8.00
              on very short plants. Rounded pseudo-bulbs & round fleshy leaves. Warm, bright &
              well-drained.
19708        Sophronitis cernua. Tiny mini, excellent orange flowers. Full-                                  -   2”   7.00
 Photo 259    shaped variety. Grow mounted or potted, bright light.

20125        Spathoglottis kimbaliana. Outstanding 1-1/2” brilliant yellows on                           FS     4” 15.00
 Photo 260    tall spikes. Grassy leaved plant. Frequent blooming. Philippines.

20854        Tetramicra elegans. Tall upright spikes. Bright violets, yellow stripe in lip.                 -   2”   8.00
              Dark burgundy sepals. Interesting terete leaves & stoloniferous growth habit which
              produces many new rooted keikis. Grow mounted, bright, warm & well-watered.
20760   Theocopus maingayi. Sprays of 3/4” chartreuses with maroon midribs, dark                FS   2”   8.00
         maroon column, white lip with maroon flames. Mini thin-leaved plants.




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