AUSTIN CREEK ORCHIDS
Dendrobium Species
 
 
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Order Num
Name
Description
Pot Size
Price
D7134
Den. auriculatum An attractive intermediate to warm growing species from the Philippines. Blooms on the older, leafless canes. Blooming size.
3"
25
D7143
Den. chrysotoxum Compact cool to warm growing plant from Thailand. When mature, it will have numerous golden flowers on a 12" inflorescence. Extremely fragrant. Seedling.
2"
12
D6110
Den. speciosum (speciosum var. curvicaule ('Dave's Gold' x 'Daylight Moon' FCC/AOC) x speciosum 'Windermere' HCC/AOC) Two excellent parents. The pod parent has chunky yellow flowers and superior arrangement. Should produce yellow flowers of good size, arrangement and count. Husky seedling.
3"
25
D6113
Den. speciosum (speciosum var. curvicaule 'Palmerston' x speciosum 'Windermere' HCC/AOC) Another speciosum grex using two excellent parents. Expecting cream to yellow flowers. Seedling

2"

3"

12

25

D6143
Den. speciosum var. grandiflorum Mature plants may have up to 100 white to yellow flowers (usually yellow) per inflorescence. Seedling
2"
15
D6150
Den. speciosum var. pedunculatum A nice compact form of speciosum. Seedling

2"

3.5"

12

25

D6159
Den. tannii "Mr. Tan's" bracteosum (var. tanii) comes from the Moluccas and has more compact growing and has larger flowers than the regular bracteosum form. Flowers can last up to 3 months. Most likely, this plant will have pink flowers, but white flowers with a colored lip is also possible. Near blooming size

2"

15

 

 

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