Category: Species

Aerangis citrata

Author is Tom Kuligowski, posted over 4 years ago      Formerly known in some circles as Angraecum citratum, Aerangis citrata is found throughout Madagascar.  From the southeast coast through the central part of the country into the northwest sect... Read More

Aerangis biloba

Author is Tom Kuligowski, posted over 4 years ago      Aerangis biloba will grow very well in South Florida's sub-tropical climate as a mounted plant just as it grows in the wild.  It is no different than any other Angraecoid.  Give it the specifi... Read More

Aerangis articulata

Author is Tom Kuligowski, posted over 4 years ago      Aerangis articulata, the Latin word meaning "jointed".  This plant was formerly known as Angraecum articulatum and Angraecum descendens in the early 1900s.  My thought on the bottom line howev... Read More

Angraecum magdalenae Shows Herself !

Author is Tom Kuligowski, posted over 4 years ago        Often referred to as the "Queen of the Angraecums"; Angraecum magdalenae can be a phenomenal plant to show off when in full bloom.  Whether a first time bloomer with a single flower or a gro... Read More

Maxillaria picta

Posted by Sys Admin over 8 years ago Maxillaria picta belongs to a large genus of orchids which are native to Central and South America. Many of these are well suited for growing in the South Florida area. Of these, M. picta is one... Read More

Laelia esalqueana

Author is Susan Taylor, posted over 8 years ago Laelia esalqueana is one of the star-shaped Laelias known as “Rupicolus Laelias” due to their unique habitat growing in almost full sun in rocky mountainous terrain, sometimes on the rocks themselv... Read More

Laelia anceps

Author is Lou Lodyga, posted over 8 years ago Laelia anceps is an undemanding and easy plant to grow for most people. This species is naturally occurring in Mexico and is extremely drought resistant as well as temperature tolerant. It will ... Read More

Laelia (Cattleya) tenebrosa

Posted by Sys Admin over 8 years ago Laelia (Cattleya) tenebrosa is one of the most spectacular of the big Laelias, now moved into the genus Cattleya. It is closely related to Laelia purpurata and Laelia grandis but needs less sun tha... Read More

Ionopsis

Author is Susan Taylor, posted over 8 years ago These cute little miniatures are found from Florida through Bolivia and most of the Caribbean Islands. There are currently about ten species listed and most of them are twig epiphytes or tree growi... Read More

Goodyera daibuzanensis

Author is Susan Taylor, posted over 8 years ago Goodyera daibuzanensis is one of the popularly called Jewel Orchids known for their lovely foliage rather than for their flowers which are generally not very interesting, picture of flower. Terrari... Read More

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