Miscellaneous Orchids by Seagrove Orchids
This page features our Miscellaneous Species and Hybrids which include the following genera, Angraecum, Aerangis, Cadetia, Ceratostylis, Cleisocentron, Coryanthes, Cymbidium, Dendrobium, Dendrochilum, Bulbophylum, Epidendrum, Maxillaria, Oeceoclades, Oerstedella, Phaiocalanthe, Stelis, and many more orchids! Orchid varieties change constantly. Orchids from Around the World.
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Last Page Update 5/14/2022
Aerangis biloba is an epiphytic species that grows great on mounts or in pots with good draining medium. We use spaghnum moss mostly but bark mix works just fine. One of the lower light requiring orchids we grow. Bright shade is preferred. Many blooms are produced primarily in fall on multiple flowered pendant stems. Night time wonderfully fragrant blooms are large, white and tinted with pink. Species native to Africa. Bloom Size offerings are currently potted in 2 inch open mesh baskets. Limited. $26.00
Rewarding dwarf orchid species native to Madagascar. (The Magnificent Aerangis) Large fragrant white blooms remind me of gardenia blooms. The nectary is large and prominent emerging from flower rear. Fragrance is delicious. Bloom season late winter to spring (September- November) . Provide warm to hot temperatures. Olive-gray colored leaves are described as succulent or leathery. When introduced to brighter light levels, leaves can have a beautiful orange cast at leaf edges. Another orchid perfect for us southern growers. Provide mostly shade. Like other Angraecoids, beautiful. EASY! Bloom size $ 26.00
Fleshy sickle-shaped leaves are displayed alternately to form a distinctive fan-shaped orchid plant. Interesting even when not in bloom. Spurred night time fragrant blooms are white. Madagascar native. Take care to not wrinkle the beautiful leaves by providing ample moisture during the summer months. Provide partial shade. Provide intermediate to warm temps.. Spring bloomers. This orchid deserves a place in every orchid collection. NBS --$25.00
Spring bloomers native to Brazil. Blooms vary from golden yellow to chartreuse green. Grow intermediate to hot. Pseudobulbs are 4 angled and carry a single leaf. Easy to grow even for beginners. Grow partial shade. Keep evenly damp. Bloom Size in 3 inch pot. $28.00
Wonderful looking plants that produce tons of gorgeous blooms. Blooms are wonderfully sweet smelling unlike most of the Bulbophyllum group. Native to China Hong Kong and Vietnam in evergreen and semi deciduous forest on limestone cliffs and mossy rocks. Found at elevation from 300 to 1300 meters as a small sized hot to cool growing orchid. Easy to grow. Blooms are best described as pale banana yellow with soft pink with raspberry red stripes and suffusions. Psuedobulbs can vary in color from dark orange to dark maroon. Really beautiful! Bloom Size Potted $30.00 Nice size plants with many growths.
Medium sized plants produce pendant to lateral flower stems that hang cylindrical shaped heads of many flowers. Individual blooms are yellow and bronze and the overall head of blooms produces the effect of orange-gold. Easy to grow orchid. Bulbophyllum careyanum is a species from the Himalayas to Vietnam. In the wild this species is a lithophyte that inhabits mossy rocks and cliff faces in evergreen forest at elevations of 200-2,000 metres. The inflorescence measures 20cm and bears many flowers that each measure 1cm long. We grow these in trays of water, but allow a dry period between waterings. Grow bright for winter bloomings. Can flower several times throughout the year. Makes a show stopping specimen quickly. Sources note that this orchid has a foul smell. We do not detect any foul odor, but a fragrance likened to Elmer's Glue . Bloom Size $30.00
Bulbophyllum falcatum (green type)
Warm growing orchid of interest. One of the Bulbophyllums that present Spear type bloom (rachis). The rachis on this variety is green. Flowers are borne down both sides of the flattened rachis in perfect arrangement. Provide even moisture year round. Easy with medium light and even moisture. Beautiful miniature from Africa. This is a candidate for orchidarium or terrarium culture. Second photos shows rachis formation. Large Generous size-Bloom Size $30.00
Bulbophyllum falcatum (red type)
Warm growing orchid of interest. One of the Bulbophyllums that present Spear type bloom (rachis). The rachis on this variety is red. Flowers are borne down both sides of the flattened rachis in perfect arrangement. Provide even moisture year round. Easy with medium light and even moisture. Beautiful miniature from Africa. This is a candidate for orchidarium or terrarium culture. Bloom size divisions of 'Brower Mill' $25.00
Prolific Fall bloomer. Easy to grow potted or as a mount. Yellow to orange blooms spiral on lilac like inflorescences. Blooms typically last 30 days or more. Provide bright light and even moisture for best results. I have searched various resources and this plant was acquired with Bulb. lilacinum label. It has flower stems exactly like Bulb lilacinum, flower arrangement, and size. (Ken Karb collection) Since Bulb lilacinum occurs with an albescens color form, I am hoping that a botanist will chime in with the fact that Bulb lilacinum has an aurea color variant. Potted large plants $35.00 and smaller $28.00
Easy to grow mini-miniature orchid species found only in the Philippines. Grow warm to hot with amble warm year round. Grow in shade to bright. Pseudobulbs approximately 1/2 tall, leaves paddle shaped, rigid, and approximately 1 1/2 inch in height. Blooms are held on upright thread like stems in the spring. Blooms yellow with varying degrees of red spotting. Lip coloration dark purple. Appropriate for terrarium/vivarium culture. Delightful and fun orchid. Bloom Size $25.00
An easy growing floriferous miniature. Pseudobulbs are ribbed and petite. Blooms vary from deep carrot orange to a pale golden yellow and are displayed in a fantastic umbrel. All produced from same seed pod. Native to Laos Vietnam, Thailand, and Cambodia. Grow warm to hot. Light variable from bright to medium light levels. Primary bloom season is Fall and Winter although this miniature orchid has been blooming twice a year in our warm greenhouses. Appropriate for terrarium/vivarium culture.This orchid species does not have a foul odor like some Bulbophyllum / Cirrhopetalum. Synonyms Cirrhopetalum miniatum -Bloom Size Bulb tingabarium offered. $30.00
Found in eastern Austrailia and New Guinea from sealevel to 1400 meters where it grows on trees and rocks in tropical rainforest, open forests, and mangrove swamps. Prefers moderate shade. Variable temps acceptable. Grow above 50 degrees F and below 95 F. White blooms are fragrant of vanilla scent. http://www.orchidspecies.com/cadettaylori.htm Easy to grow miniature orchid. 2 inch basket is flowering size. Full magnificent plants. Bloom Size-Mature $28.00
A true blue orchid. Growing in a monopodial growth habit with alternating terete leaves, Cleisocentron can appreciate warm to cool temperatures favoring cooler. (40 F min to 95 F) Provide medium light levels, similar to Phalaenopsis light levels. Easy to grow in bark or spaghnum moss as long as allowed to almost dry before watering. Found growing in the montane forest of Sabah, Borneo at elevations of 1100 to 3000 meters. Blooms can occur at a very small plant size. Some have previously flowered in 2 inch baskets. This is not the grape juice color of some Vandas referred to as coerulea. This is a true blue orchid. Synonyms Robiquetia merrilliana and Sarcanthus merrillianus. One purchaser thinks this is Cleisocentron gokusingii. I am no expert but am excited to offer this rare orchid species. Second photo taken by JB Comber; retrieved from Pinterest. Bloom Size-Mature $35.00
Coryanthes (Crths) misasii
The bucket orchid from Antioquia Columbia grows in low elevations. Coryanthes is a relative of Stanhopea with even stranger looking blossoms. Pleasingly fragrant blooms are produced; although not long lasting, when mature can produce flowerings several times annually. Grow warm and keep moist. These are 2 inch pot seedlings and tend to grow very fast. They won't stay at this price for long for I will be potting them up soon. Approximately 2-3 years till bloom. Seedlings $16.00
Sturdy plants with upright foliage produce many sprays of pendant (waterfall) inflorescences with tons of flowers flowing down each. This orchid species in native to Guangdong, Guangxi, Guizhou and Yunnan provinces of China, Assam, Bangladesh, India, eastern Himalayas, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Andaman Islands , Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Java and Sumatra in evergreen and in semi-deciduous and deciduous dry lowland forests and savana-like woodlands at elevations of sea level to 1100 meters. Grow warm. Spring / Summer bloomers. These plants are large and bloom size. Blooms are straw colored heavily striped in Indian red becoming near black centrally. The anther cap and lip keels are bright lemon yellow. Very attractive attention grabbing orchid species. Pendant blooming warmth loving Cymbidium. Bloom Size $35.00 and up.
Cymbidium Hanalei (aloifolium x finlaysonianum)
Beefy plants with the same upright foliage of Cym. aloifolium but not as tall. This primary hybrid orchid presents blooms in pendent fashion cascading over the pot edge. Fragrant long lasting blooms. Pendant blooming warmth loving Cymbidium. 5 inch pot size is Bloom Size $35.00
Dendrobium Miva Abracadabra (atroviolaceum x polysema)
Extremely floriferous Dendrobium hybrid . Considered a primary hybrid since two species are crossed together. Easy to grow in the home on windowsill, under lights or in greenhouse/sun-porch. Filtered light is recommended. Mix is open and allows for frequent watering. Allow to only slightly dry between waterings. Best blooming occurs when Dendrobiums are pot bound. With that said, please allow 2 or more growths to form prior to repotting. Long lasting blooms are mildly fragrant. Blooms are highly decorated on reverse with hairs and purple spots. Interestingly, the colors show through the long lasting blooms like stained glass. Dark purple stripes decorate the white to cream colored lips. Temps recommended from 50F to 90F. This orchid is in the Latouria section of Dendrobium where they are primarily native to New Guinea. A good beginner Dendrobium orchid. Fun!! Blooms will be similar to featured photograph of QF Quintal. As of Feb 16-2022 plants offered are in bloom and or bud.Potted in 3.5 inch pots $30.00
Dendrobium clavitor 'Seagrove Friendships' Section Crumenata
This Dendrobium orchid is native to lowland peninsular Malaysia. Grow hot to warm. Wispy grasslike leaves. Broom stick growth habit with swollen bases of growths. Blooms are soft canary yellow. Bloom season is fall to spring. Prolific easy to grower . Basket, pot, or mounted culture. These are established keikes from the original CCM AOS awarded plant. Selections available on mounted orchid page also. Photo graciously provided by customer Carlos Pasiche. Bloom Size in 4 inch pot $25.00
Exciting miniature with large blooms. Indigenous to China. In natural habit they grow on underside of branches so the blooms do not get water on them during the flowering season. Blooms in the fall. Easily cultivated in temperature situations from 40 to 95 degrees. Very durable plant with large blooms. Blooms are larger than the 1 inch pseudobulbs. Mature bloom size plants are offered in open mesh baskets. Mounted orchids of this species can also be found on our mounted orchid selection page. $25 (Species Orchid)
Hot pink blooms with bright yellow lips are produced on leafed and leafless canes make an outstanding show in spring or summer. Beefy plants offered. Plant grows in cool to warm temperatures with medium amounts of light. Keep plant moist and fertilize during growth season. During winter, withhold watering until new shoots appear. Grow in a well drain mix of sphagnum moss or medium fir bark. http://www.orchidspecies.com/densecundum.htm Native to Burma, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, penninsular Malaysia, Java, Sumatra, Borneo New Guinea and the Philippines at elevations of 0 to 700 meters. Grow warm with brighter lighter levels. Very limited Bloom Size 4 inch pot $30
The curly goblin orchid. Bizarre curled funky flowers arise above the foliage on this New Guinea species orchid. Blooms have been referred to as bewitching. Some call it the 'Alien Orchid' but the taxonomic common Name is 'The Grand Dendrobium.' Grow Warm and Bright. Plants grow large. Provide somewhat drier winter, but not a dry rest period, just decrease watering frequency. Repot only when in active root growth. Seed produced. Large 4 inch plants are offered. Ready for 6 inch pots. Pleasingly Fragrant. Choice Collector Orchid. $40.00
Dendrobium spectabile aureum
Proven to be just a vigorous growing as the normal color form. 4 inch pot size is bloom size. Decrease winter waterings, but do not provide a dry winter rest. Seed produced beautiful plants. Blooms are some of the most unusual orchid blooms in the world. Found in New Guinea and the Solomon islands. Pleasingly Fragrant and a must have for any orchid collector. Goblin Orchid $65.00
Tangerine orange colored orchid blooms are held on upright stems for this rarely offered antelope type Dendrobium. http://www.orchidspecies.com/dentangerinum.htm Provide plenty of water while actively growing. A slight lessening of water and fertilizer through the winter months is beneficial. Resume water and fertilizer with the onset of new growth in the spring. Provide bright filtered light year round. Grows hot to cool in lowland New Guinea. Keep roots tight in pots for best culture. Easy! Synonyms Ceratobium strepsiceros (J.J.Sm.) M.A.Clem. & D.L.Jones 2002; Dendrobium strepsiceros J.J. Sm. 1912; Durabaculum tangerinum (P.J.Cribb) M.A.Clem. & D.L.Jones 2002 Bloom Size 4 inch pots. Sold OUT
Maxillaria tenuifolia 'Yamada' AM/AOS
The golden yellow coconut orchid. Want an easy to grow orchid that reminds you of a day at the beach. This orchid smells like coconut oil. Spiky growth habit is held upright atop oval shaped pseudobulbs. Prefers drier winters and good moisture during warmer seasons. This spring blooming orchid species produces yellow blooms whereas the typical color form is copper/red. Native to Mexico, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica. Max. tenuifolia is easy to grow and quite forgiving of wide range of growing conditions. Grow relatively bright as for Cattleya or future bloomings may not occur. Easily grown in pot or mounted. Prefers temperatures above 50 F. Variety Flavescens. This is a excellent beginner orchid. A must have for any orchid collector seeking an easy to grow fragrant orchid. Mature/Bloom Size plant potted in 3.5 inch round nursery pot. $25.00 Sold Out
Found in Mozambique and Madagascar in dryish coastal forests on sandy soils. Allow to dry between waterings. Sword shaped leaves are beautifully decorated in silvery markings. This terrestrial orchid is considered a jewel orchid. Blooms are variable in background coloration from coppery orange to purplish green. White open lip is bilobed with purple markings on side lobes and bilobed platform. Many blooms are produced on upright stems. Grow shady for best leaf coloration.
Collector Orchid $30.00
Oerstedella pseudoschumannianae syn Epidendrum pseudoschumannianum
Found in central Panama and Costa Rica. Grow warm and brgiht in an open mix for best results. Mounting is also an option for this orchid appreciates drying between waterings. Blooms Fall to Spring. The species is recognized by the very showy flowers, violet-blue dorsally, pale orange ventrally, with dense reddish brown spots, with the l�p and the apex of the column violet. Photo used courtesy AOS photographer James Harris. Seed produced. Truly a rare find. Bloom Size $45
It has come to my attention that some of you would like to grow your own beautiful Spanish moss for your grow area and use in your orchid displays. My moss is grown here in our greenhouses and blooms a lightly scented chartreuse bloom throughout the year. It is clean and free of pests. Very important, clean and free of pests. I offer long strands so you may hang your new moss immediately. It is not truly a moss, but a Bromeliad native to the southern United States, Central and South America, along with some parts of the Caribbean. Upon arrival, please give your new moss and thorough drench and begin watering as you would your mounted orchid collection. Saturate two -three times a week will keep your new moss happy and growing vigorously. $25
Lemon button (Nephrolepis cordifolia) The lemon button fern is a dwarf variety of the popular Boston fern. You must have noticed Boston Fern in hanging baskets on ones front porch during the summer months. The lemon button fern reaches heights of 1 foot and goes by many names including button sword fern, erect sword fern, little-leaved sword fern, and fishbone fern. This compact fern is known for being resilient and less finicky than some of its relatives, and its small size makes it perfect for growing indoors. An added attraction is the small leaves of the lemon button fern give off a faint lemony scent during the spring and summer months, making it a refreshing addition to any home. Bright filtered light is preferred. These little ferns make perfect additions to animal terrariums or vivariums. The leaves are nontoxic to pets and humans. Perfect orchid companion plant. 4 inch pot size. $10
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