AUSTIN CREEK ORCHIDS
Cattleya Alliance Species
 
 
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Order Num
Name
Description
Pot Size
Price
C7101
B. gardneri ('Pauwela' x 'Maui') Beautiful Cattleya relative from Brazil. Produces clusters of light green, star-shaped flowers in the spring. Great mounted or in small basket. Near blooming size.
2"
15
C7107
C. guttata var. coerulea ('Exotic Blue' x 'Exotic Orchids') A beautiful, showy species from Brazil. When mature will have large clusters of coerulea flowers. Prefers bright indirect light and doesn't like to dry out for long periods. Summer to fall flowering. Near blooming size
3.5"
30
C4155
C. leopoldii ('SVO' AM/AOS x 'Paul' AM/AOS) Blooming size
3.5"
30
C4164
C. mossiae (tetraploid) (H&R Pink' 4N x self) Blooming size.
3.5"
45
 
C4167
C. mossiae v. semi-alba ('Valley Isle' x 'Exotic Orchids') Blooming size.
3.5"
25
C7113
C. pabstii ('Valley Isle' x self) This miniature species from Brazil produces pink flowers with a darker pink lip. The tall (12-14") inflorescences typically carry 5 or more flowers.Seedling.
2"
15
C489
C. skinneri Tall clusters of graceful pinks.
3.5"
15
 
C4173
C. walkeriana fma. albescens ('Fair Lady' 4N x self) Near blooming size
3.5"
50
 
C4174
C. walkeriana v. coerulea (tetraploid) (4N x self) Near blooming size.
3.5"
45
C7128
L. bradei ('Valley Isle' x self) One of the smallest rupiculous Brazilian Laelias. Produces bright yellow flowers during late summer or early fall. Near blooming size.
2"
15
C7131
L. briegeri ('Valley Isle' x self) A cool to warm growing compact grower from Brazil. Produces tall sprays of bright yellow flowers in the spring. Likes bright, indirect light. Seedling
2"
15
C7134
L. endsfeldzii ('Valley Isle' x 'Pauwela') A moderately sized lithophyte from Brazil. Clusters of bright yellow flowers in spring on a tall inflorescence. Likes bright, indirect light. Let them dry out between watering. Seedling.
2"
15
C7137
L. gloedeniana ('Pale Face' x self) This miniature species from Brazil produces bright yellow flowers on a tall inflorescence. Fall/winter bloomer. In nature, they grow on rocky slopes, so be sure to plant in a quick draining medium and don't over water. Near blooming size.
2"
15
C7140
L. harpophylla ('Pauwela' x 'Valley Isle') Produces star-shaped deep orange flowers in spring. Bright indirect light and let dry between watering. Seedling.
2"
15
C7143
L. kautskyana ('Pauwela' x self) Syn. Cattleya neokautskyi. Easier to grow than harpophylla and has larger, deep orange flowers. eedling.
2"
25
C626
L. purpurata White with lavender lip.

3.5"

4"

12

18

C1638
L. purpurata v. carnea ('Pauwela' x sib) Clusters of 5" whites with bright pink lip. Nice clone.
4"
18
 
C4186
L. purpurata fma. mandaiana ('Schmidt' x 'Sergio') Blooming size.

5"

60

C4201
L. purpurata v. roxo-violeta Blooming size.

4"

25

 
C4204
L. purpurata v. schusteriana Blooming size.

4"

25

C4225
L. purpurata fma. striata (colchocine treated) (sib cross) Blooming size.

5"

50

C643
L. purpurata v. werkauserii Blue and white. Blooming size.
5"
30

 

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