Member Plants

2 plants cultivated by members of ORCHIDS.ORG.
See All Member Plants


Upcoming Events Worldwide

(log in to see events near you)
  1. Friday, October 29 (lasts 3 days) - Fall in Love With Orchdis, Homestead, Florida (0 members going)

Upcoming Global Events

Orchids: Attraction and Deception, United States

Starting
Today:
Thursday, February 4, 2021 (lasts 6 months)
Event by The Arthur & Phyllis Kaplan Orchid Conservatory Read More
There are currently no photos of plants of Callista tattoniana for sale by members of ORCHIDS.ORG. Below are other recent plants for sale:

V. Pakchong Blue $40.00 listed by Olivier Turina FORT LAUDERDALE, USA Local Only

Vanda 'Rasri Gold' x 'Boris' $12.00 listed by John Small West Palm Beach, USA

Vanda 'Korb Fah'x 'Bigness' $12.00 listed by John Small West Palm Beach, USA
Do you have a plant for sale or trade which you cannot ship or do not want to bother shippping? No problem. Click here to make a local-only offer. It's a free service to our members.

Orchid Species: Callista tattoniana

Kew currently accepted name is Dendrobium canaliculatum

Callista tattoniana is an orchid species identified by (Bateman ex Rchb.f.) Kuntze in 1891. Culture information and photos for this orchid are commonly detailed under the currently accepted name of Dendrobium canaliculatum.
Genus
Callista (Callista.)
Grex
tattoniana
Parents
Species
Author
(Bateman ex Rchb.f.) Kuntze
Year
1891
ORIGIN: Found in Australia and New Guinea as a miniature sized, hot growing epiphyte where it grows on the bark of the melaleuca tree [a major pest tree in South Florida so cut one down and mount a Dendrobium] at sea-level to 500 meters in altitude.

DESCRIPTION: A miniature sized, hot growing epiphyte that grows on the bark of the melaleuca tree [a major pest tree in South Florida so cut one down and mount a Dendrobium] at sea-level to 500 meters in altitude with fusiform, enveloped in sheaths, sulcate with age canes carrying 2 to 6, towards the apex, linear, subcylindrical, very fleshy, grooved on the upper side, acute leaves. They bloom from midwinter till mid spring on an erect to arcuate, 4 to 16 [10 to 40 cm] long, axillary, densely many flowered, racemose inflorescence arising from the nodes near the apex of each old and new growth, each carrying fragrant flowers that love high light, humidity and regular waterings till winter when it should be slowed down.

FLOWER SIZE: 1 inch [2 to 2.5 cm] -- information provided by Jay Pfahl, author of the Internet Orchid Species Encyclopedia (IOSPE).
Other Names
Genus Name Genus Grex Name Year Author
Add+ Dendrobium Den canaliculatum 1810 R.Br.
Add+ Callista Callista canaliculata 1891 (R.Br.) Kuntze
Add+ Callista Callista foelschei 1891 (F.Muell.) Kuntze
Add+ Cepobaculum Ce foelschei 2002 (F.Muell.) M.A.Clem. & D.L.Jones
Add+ Cepobaculum Ce tattonianum 2002 (Bateman ex Rchb.f.) M.A.Clem. & D.L.Jones
Add+ Dendrobium Den foelschei 1882 F.Muell.
Add+ Dendrobium Den tattonianum 1865 Bateman ex Rchb.f.
Add+ Cepobaculum Ce canaliculatum 2002 (R.Br.) M.A.Clem. & D.L.Jones
Log in to Add a Comment

Featured Site Articles

Read Latest Articles

Growing with Orchids: 71 Articles by Ken Slump Added to ORCHIDS.ORG

Author is Sys Admin, posted 3 months ago The International Orchid Foundation is happy to announce the publishing of 71 articles written by Ken Slump, long time orchid grower and judge.  The content contains a weath of information, especia... Read More

Easy Orchids

Author is Ken Slump, posted 3 months ago Suggestions for Choosing Plants Requiring Minimal Care THIS SEEMS LIKE AN IDEAL TOPIC for an article. Many of us want to enjoy orchid flowers with a minimum of fuss and I have found that most ... Read More

Beginners Start Here

Author is Ken Slump, posted 6 months ago A 12-Step Plan for Becoming a Successful Orchid Grower IF YOU ARE NEW TO THE ORCHID hobby and perhaps feel you are not enjoying the success with your plants that you had hoped for, read throug... Read More

Flower Boosters

Author is Roy Tokunaga, posted 7 months ago Flower Boosters  Florida 2018 by Roy Tokunaga   Email:  [email protected]   Definition:  Anything that will empower my Orchid to spike more reliably with maximum flowers.   It can be cultu... Read More

  Announcements

  1. Growing with Orchids: 71 Articles by Ken Slump Added to ORCHIDS.ORG

New Topics

  1. Pam Alexander asked question How to repot a Mattie Shave in category General Discussion
  2. Rae Walker asked question Name help in category General Discussion
  3. John Small asked question Schomburgkia, species or hybrid in category General Discussion
  4. Robert H. Findlay asked question Help with ID of this Eria sp. in category General Discussion
  5. Osura Mindula Gunasena asked question Help to Identify the Id of this Vanda in category General Discussion

New Comments

  1. Robert H. Findlay commented on topic "Lady Bug or dangerous bug" by John Small
  2. Robert H. Findlay commented on topic "Help with ID of this Eria sp." by Robert H. Findlay
  3. Carol Holdren commented on topic "Name help" by Rae Walker
  4. Carol Holdren commented on member plant Dtps. Younghome Little Spirit by Heather A
  5. Sara D commented on member plant Den. Green Mist by Sara D
  6. Sara D commented on member plant Phal. bellina var. Coerulea by Sara D
  7. Sara D commented on member plant Pot. Marie Yellow Bird var. Love Love by Sara D
  8. Carol Holdren commented on topic "Help to Identify the Id of this Vanda" by Osura Mindula Gunasena
  9. Carol Holdren commented on topic "Care for Myl Quest Fanguito " by Maricarmen Ferreira
  10. Roberto Lizama commented on topic "Help to idenficate this orchid" by Roberto Lizama
  11. Mark Ashworth commented on topic "Orchid species search" by Mark Ashworth
  12. Debbie Chase commented on topic "Head on Shot to be Identified" by Debbie Chase
  13. Carol Holdren commented on member plant Phal. Liu's Cute Angel by Mo Chen
  14. Mo Chen commented on member plant Holc. flavescens by Mo Chen
  15. Carol Holdren commented on topic "Identify Orchid" by Debbie Chase
  16. Nilda Vega commented on member plant Bct. Roman Holiday 'Hamlyn' by Terence Kew
  17. Clint Dalrymple commented on member plant Pnr. graminifolia by Clint Dalrymple
  18. Carol Holdren commented on member plant Rth. Beau's Golden Touch 'Touch of Class' by Robert Rand
  19. Robert H. Findlay commented on member plant B. nodosa 'Remar x Mas Mejor' by John Small
  20. Carol Holdren commented on member plant Phal. buyssoniana by Robert Oceans