Seagrove Orchids Mounted Orchid Selections

Your orchid growers in North Carolina

336-879-6677 ------Orchidlinda at rtmc.net

updated 1/18/2021

 

All of our offerings are established orchids with roots attached to the mounts. We hold all of our orchids in our greenhouses until the roots grow onto whatever mounting media they are tied. Once they are attached, they are put on this page for sale. Not a day sooner. Our orchids on mounts selections may be tied to cork bark, hickory bark, crape myrtle, or persimmon. We also recycle imperfect hosiery to tie on our mounts.
The hosiery is soft and does not cut into the delicate orchid plant material. As the hosiery ages, it disintegrates.
Some mounts may be tied on with monofilament or black string. Orchids on mounts. See our Mounted Orchids Care and Cultural Tips from Seagrove Orchids at page bottom or follow this link: Mounted Orchid Care and Cultural Tips from Seagrove Orchids

 

 

Brassavola cebolleta (Onion -Leafed Brassavola)

Native to Bolivia, Paraguay, and Brazil. We grow mounted and allow to dry between waterings. Provide good morning sun or any location with bright indirect light. The wonderfully night time fragrant blooms are held on stems that can bear 2-3 flowers. This Brassavola orchid species tends to have more yellow coloration than other Brassavola species. . Bloom size mature mounts. Bloom Size $30.00 choice!

 

 

Brassavola nodosa 'Jungle Lady'

When an orchid has been cultivated for over 25 years in our lab and greenhouses, it must be pretty darn special. Original culture bottles obtained from Jungle Gems in Belair, MD. With the help of Charles Williamson I learned all my lab techniques and cloning and seed sowing skills. This is a very special orchid to me. Blooms are larger than the typical form of B nodosa and the plants grow vigorously. Very limited first time release in 2020.

$50

Brassavola nodosa 'Seagrove Sprinkles'

Original divisions form our enormous display plant. Blooms are slightly different than other B nodosa with soft sprinkles of red color basally at the lip. Easy to grow! Bloom size divisions $35.00

 

Bulbophyllum alagense (small form) Common name Alag River Bulbophyllum.

Found in the Philippines growing in mossy forests as a miniature sized orchid. Growths look like air filled sacs like some algae. Blooms are triangular shaped, golden in color becoming darker at the end of sepals, light lemony yellow at center with petals and lip, and bear a striking white staminode. This one is perfect for terrariums and herbarium growers. Keep moist and warm for best growing. Grow shady. $30.00

 

Bulbophyllum ambrosia

Another sweetly scented Bulbophyllum. This one smells like an open jar of honey. Interesting pseudobulbs are popsicle shaped and change color with light levels. Most often the psuedobulbs are light orange to dark burgundy in our North Carolina greenhouses. Easy to grow rambling growth habit can become specimen sized quickly if given year round moisture and bright indirect light. This plant can be potted with an open medium, given a tree fern or cork mount and given hot to warm temperatures, good air circulation, and frequent repottings. Synonyms include: Bulbophyllum watsonianum, Bulbophyllum amygdalinum, and Eria ambrosia. Generous size mounts. $30 Not interested in a mount, inquire about a potted plants of this orchid species.

 

 

Bulbophyllum breviscapum synonym (lasiochilum)

From the side they look like horse faces. These are very nice size plants. Mounted species orchid. Fall to Summer Bloomers. Bloom Size $20.00 to 30.00

 

 

Bulbophyllum pardalotum (common name, the Leopard Spotted Bulbophyllum) Native to the Philippines. This miniature size orchid has a unique bloom habit. The blooms open in the morning and close at night. Blooms are vivid yellow orange with variable spots and striping centrally. Each bloom is held on a wire thin inflorescence. This orchid species is free flowering and blooms through the year. $25.00

 

 

 

Bulbophyllum macranthum

Blooms in the spring and fall with solitary upside down blooms. Warm grower endemic to Assam, Myanamar, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Borneo, Java, Moluccas, The Philippines, Sulawesi, Sumatra, Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Island. The entire plant has interest with the (non-resupinate) blooms to the hairy, stout rhizomes. Blooms are fragrantly scented like cloves. YUMMY! Best culture recommendations: Grow warm with moisture throughout the year. Photo shows blooms are hairy rhizomes. Large mounted plants offered at $35

 

 

Cattleya walkeriana semi-alba x semi-alba

A little piece of heaven on earth. Strong growing semi-alba variety of the sweet smelling Cattleya walkeriana. Plants are established and growing nicely on mounts. Native to areas in Brazil that are normally stream side or on branches above the stream. Jack Webster also told me that in habit these plants never has a drying period. Since the spray from river and streams provides super high humidify and constant moisture, this orchid does best with year round waterings. Common Name Walker's Cattleya. $25

 

 

Dendrobium aggregatum aka (lindleyi)

Small plant from India, Burma, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and China. Psuedobulbs are ribbed and lie flat on the mounts. Wiry flower stems carry many golden flowers with lips being darker towards their base. We grow these in a warm greenhouse that never goes below 64 for night temps and these grow and flower for us reliably. Large mounts. (Species orchid) $40.00

 

Den clavator 'Seagrove Friendships'

These are established large Bloom size keikes of our CCM awarded Dendrobium. This orchid species is easy to bloom and a vigorous bloomer. Fun to grow! Broomstick growth habit makes it interesting. Long lasting blooms are soft yellow in profusion. Easy and rewarding orchid. $25.00

 

Dendrobium polyanthum (synonym crestaceum) 'Red Spot' x self

Found in the Chinese Himalayas, Assam, eastern Himalayas, India, Nepal, western Himalayas, Andaman Islands, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos and Vietnam in open forests on trees at elevations of 700 to 1800 meters as a small sized, warm to cool growing epiphyte with 6 to 12" [15 to 30 cm] long, clustered, pendant, ridged psuedobulbs that are whitish with purple stripes. Pleasant scented and long lasting blooms are held singly along the canes. Leaves are deciduous. Grows and blooms reliably in the North Carolina heat. Common Name The Many Flowered Dendrobium. Other synonyms include: Dendrobium nobile var pallidiflorum, Dendrobium primulinum, Callista cretacea, Callista primulina Limited Bloom size but yet mature size. $25.00

 

 

Dendrobium cumulatum

Found in India, eastern Himalayas, Nepal, Bhutan, Sikkim, Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Borneo. Can take a variety of temps from cool growing to warm growing. Vanilla scented blooms with a crystalline substance. Sparkling! Blooms are pink with various shades of darker pink and the lip is white to soft pink. The batch we are growing shows a strong pink presence in the blooms unlike others that are near white. Mounted Bloom Size $25.00 Don't care for a mounted orchid, no problem -Large potted plant offered at $35

 

Dendrobium hekouense

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 established on mounts. $30

 

Dendrobium lichenastrum var prenticei

NE Australian native: Micro miniature that likes bright light levels and a dry winter rest. Bloom season is late Winter to early Spring. May be shown offered as Davejonesia prenticei. Generous size plants that have a creeping growth habit with terete fleshy leaves. Mounted on Crape Myrtle or Cork. $20.00- $35.00 sized mounts (Species Orchid) Common Name: The Cylindrical Button Orchid

 

Dendrobium loddigesii

Big blooms for tiny plants! The tiny canes ramble about and seem to like being off the mount more than on it. Super cute and nicely fragrant. Bloom season February through June. Found growing in Laos, Vietnam, Guangdong, Guangxi, Guizhou, Hainan and Yunnan provinces of China and Hong Kong. Can be found as a epiphyte, lithophyte or growing as a semi terrestrial. Blooms off both canes with leaves and leafless canes. Easy to grow and flower. Common Name Loddiges' Dendrobium $25

 

 

 

Dendrobium moniliforme 'Kanayama'

Leaves are variable from one cane to the other. Some leaves are solid green and others can be heavily variegated, yes on the same orchid species. 'Kanayama' carries lovely, softly fragrant, pink blooms with white centers. Blooms for me in North Carolina in early Summer. Common Name The Necklace-Shaped Dendrobium$30.00 Apologies for no photo.

 

 

Dendrobium-Dockrillia wasellii

Native to Australia. Has closely grouped upright, grooved, banana shaped leaves. Grow bright and best suited for mounting culture. Minimal winter drying preferred. Grow best subjected to intermediate to warm temperatures. Bloom size plants on cork bark. Blooms in the summer, June, July, and August. $25.00-$40.00 (Species Orchid) Has been reclassified into the group Dockrillia. Common Name: The Furrowed Pencil Orchid.

 

Dendrobium unicum

Warm grower that appreciates a drier winter rest. Easy to bloom with medium light levels. Mounts are established and bloom size. Fragrant blooms smell like apricot or peach. Cantaloupe colored lip is unique with dark orange veining. Lip is also held upright and cupped. At maturity plants produce copious amounts of blooms. Plants are deciduous and do drop leaves prior to blooming (seasonally) but do not remove these growths. Most often blooms are produced on new and old growths. It is found in Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar and Thailand in evergreen, in semi-deciduous and deciduous dry lowland forests and savana-like woodlands at elevations of 800 to 1550 meters and is found on rocks and small bushes. Excellent parentage on this orchid species. $25.00

 

 

Epidendrum polybulbon (Dinema polybulbon)

Grows beautifully and performs perfectly. Grow one of these to display size quickly! Desirable species that is very rewarding. Sweetly fragrant miniature. Bloom Size $25.00

 

 

Grosourdya appendicullata

Cute miniature native to Malaysia, Burma, Thailand, Java and the Philippines. Rarely cultivated MINIATURE ORCHID. Blooms are golden yellow with russett speckles. The lip forms a little smooth bowl (sac). Bloom size. Grow warm. Grows in Phalaenopsis conditions. $25.00

 

 

 

 

 

Leptotes bicolor

These orchids are being offered only on mounts. Fragrant white flowers with delicate pink lips. Grow with medium light conditions and water often. Bloom size and bloom every Feb-March-April, Spring. Choice parents were used in these hybrids. We now have a mix of different parentage to offer to the public. John Dunkelberger breeding at it's finest. He is the one to produce the largest flowers on this orchid species. Fragrant Orchid. $30.00 Smaller near bloom size mounts are also available now for $20.00 each.

 

Leptotes bicolor alba Mount only. Smaller plant growth habit and smaller blooms than Leptotes bicolor tipo. $25

 

Isabella virginalis

An eastern Brazilian, small sized, creeping, epiphytic, cool to hot growing species growing in debris filled crevices on eroded sandstone outcroppings with a basket-like weave of fibers covering the clustered, ovoid-globose pseudobulb. Single needle like leaves emerge down the basket weave pseudobulbs. Plants perform best on tree fern. Fragrant long- lived soft pink Cattleya like blooms occur in the late fall and winter. A raspberry red staminode offsets the soft pink blooms perfectly. $20 to $45 size. Please specify what size you are seeking when ordering.

 

 

Nanodes discolor

Miniature. Near translucent flowers of green and pink have extremely heavy substance. Plants grow as a creeping mat over the mount. Very attractive even when not in bloom. Good under light candidate. The perfect orchid gift for someone who has many orchids. $25

 

Oerstedella centradenia

Native to Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama in wet lower montane evergreen to semi-deciduous forests. Thrives in our North Carolina heat. Temperature tolerant 45 F to 95 F. Plants produce beautiful purple reedy stems which produce plantlets (keikes). Plants easily become specimens in a few years. The aerial plantlets can be shared with your friends or reattached to your mount. The bilobed lip blooms are a sparkling lavender pink! Provide wet/dry culture and indirect bright light levels for best growing results. Really pretty. $25

 

 

Pleurothallis racemiflora 'Seagrove Golden Fiddles' Endemic to Jamaica, Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia and Venezuela. For best growing culture, provide year round moisture with good air movement. A beautiful presentation when in flower. Sweetly scented fiddle- shaped yellow translucent blooms hang from wiry stems. Warm grower. Easy!! Very generous established mounts. $30

 

 

Rhyncholaelia (Brassavola) glauca Terrific orchid to grow and bloom. Plant size remains manageable and the growths are not widely spaced. Mature plants of this size are seldom offered. Blooms are cream colored with hints of pink to green in the sepals. When growing brighter you can expect more pigment in the sepals. Spring bloomer. Plants are seed grown from excellent parentage. Bloom Size! $40.00

 

 

 

Scaphyglottis graminofolia (The grass like leaf Scaphyglottis) Blooms periodically throughout the year with Spring appearing to be the heaviest for blooms. Found from Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia and Venezuela in wet montane and cloud forests at elevations of 850 to 2600 meters as a small sized, cool to hot growing orchid. Easy! $20.00

 

Tolumnia hawkesiana Generous size mounts. Species native to Cuba. Easy to grow and quickly makes specimen size display. We are offering mounts at $25.00 and $30.00

Tolumnia leiboldii alba (Cuba) Small sized, equitant grows hot to warm as an epiphyte in bushes and shrubs in Cuba and the Cayman Islands at coastal to low elevations. Obtained from the Courtney Hackney collection many years ago. I am baffled about this species now being thought of as T. variegatum as we grow variegatum also and the growth habits are very different. Multiple fan growths can be shipped bare root or mounted. Easy to grow and very adaptable to growing conditions. Grow warm to cool. Provide ample moisture and grow relatively bright. $18.00 bare root or $30.00 mounted

 

Tetrarthron Jeanette Mallory 'Fischer' (Tetramicra canaliculata x Caularthron bicornutum) Plants offered are original divisions of our CCM/AOS 'Fischer' clone. Easy to grow. Spear shaped leaves grow upright. Plant has grown in variable temperatures from 50-95 degrees Fahrenheit. A profusion of blooms are produced early Summer annually. Flower stems approximately one foot in length. This orchid was featured in the American Orchid Society bulletin 2020. Bloom Size Mounts $40.00

 

 

Mounted Orchid Care and Cultural Tips from Seagrove Orchids

 

 

Mounted orchids require watering on a more regular basis. Most of our orchids are mounted directly to the mounting material or have a small amount of moss attached to the mount to hold a little bit of moisture between watering's. Most mounted orchids are going to dry quickly after watering and will need to be watered thoroughly once they become dry. A general rule of thumb is to water your mounted orchids two to three times weekly to ensure they have enough moisture to grow expertly and be happy in their grow environment. Observe that orchid roots are white when they are dry and green or red when they are wet. Apply water generously to the root mass so that the roots are green or red and you will know your orchid is accepting water. Fertilizer can be applied about every 2-3 weeks, after a thorough watering.

When choosing a type of wood to use for mounting your orchids, choose wood that is long lasting so it can provide a home for your orchid for many years. Cork, Crepe Myrtle, Sassafras, Cyprus, Hickory, and Persimmon are a few we have used at Seagrove Orchids with success. Old grapevine adds character and interest to the mount. Choose a mount large enough for years of growth. Also, orchids that remain more compact are better suited to mount culture.

Once you decide on your orchid orientation to your mount, there are many materials you can use to attach your orchid. Monofilament, thread, and old hosiery work just fine. I have best success with the old hosiery because it breaks down within years and is soft to the orchid growths.

How long will it take for my orchids to attach to its new mount home? If your orchid is in new growth, you should see it attach within weeks. If not, it can take months for the new orchid to attach. Be patient!!

Temperatures and light will depend on the species or hybrid you are growing. Most plants will appreciate lower light and moderate temperatures for the first few weeks after mounting to avoid stress. After that, you will need to adjust for the culture of specific plants.

 

 

Seagrove Orchids

3451 Brower Mill Road

Seagrove, NC 27341

336-879-6677 or orchidlinda at rtmc.net

We are open Friday and Saturday 10:00am to 5:00pm. Please call to schedule an appointment for other day visits.