Seagrove Orchids Mounted Orchid Selections
Orchid growers in North Carolina
336-879-6677 ------Orchidlinda at rtmc.net
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
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.
Brassavola Grand Stars
A combination of (B nodosa X Little Stars) Super easy to grow and bloom. Provider bright light to these fragrant fall bloomers. Blooms are night time fragrant.
Bloom Size $25.00
Brassavola nodosa 'Bill Fischer' This is a very small growing variety of B nodosa. Bill Fischer was an iconic orchid grower in the Greensboro, NC area prior to my moving here from Maryland. This was a larger specimen plant that has been disassembled and established. These bloom size divisions are very limited. $20.00-$35.00 sized mounts.
Broughtonia domingensis Soft pink trumpet shaped blooms dangle from slender inflorescences. The darker pink, bell shaped lip opens to show off lemon yellow raised keels. Blooms occur in succession and bloom for long periods. Just a lovely species native to the island of Hispaniola and Mona Island Puerto Rico. These bloom at a very small size. Spring and Summer bloomers. $30.00 (Similar to photo. Photo is B. negrilensis)
Bulbophyllum ambrosia Native to China and Vietnam, this easy to grow Bulbophyllum orchid is fragrant like sweetened honey. The elongated psuedobulbs are attractive in that they are a burgundy color that offsets the rest of the plant. Reliable bloomer. Generous mounts. $30.00
Bulbophyllum (Trias) cambodiana One of my favorite orchids. The blooms are triangular in shape. Pseudobulbs are near perfect round. Background color is vibrant green/cream and the flower segments are decorated in raspberry red. Miniature Orchid. This one is perfect for terrariums and herbarium growers. Keep moist. Native to Cambodia. Bloom Size $25.00
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
Cirrhopetalum (Bulbophyllum) taiwanense Found in southern Taiwan forests (Formosa) on tree trunks at low elevations. Plants have a tightly spaced creeping rhizome. Flower stems are held on long densely flowered inflorescences. Blooms are variable between golden yellow to bright orange. Either shade is considered beautiful. Each dorsal sepal and petal is fringed with dense individual hairs. Grow warm and moist. Bloom Size $20.00
Cattleya aclandiae Deliciously fragrant exotic blooms adorn these mini Cattleyas. Spring/Summer bloomers. When provided bright light speckling (pigment) will occur on leaves and growths. This is normal. Very rewarding orchid species for every orchid growers collection. We grow these in bright light with waterings several times per week during the grow season. Cattleyas aclandiae definitely appreciates a dryer winter rest after which it will bloom in the spring and early summer as the new growth appears. This is one of the most light tolerant Cattleya and can withstand a bit of direct sun. Photo Linda Thorne Common Name:Lady Ackland's Cattleya --Limited $30.00
Bulbophyllum (Cirrhopetalum) gracillimum Common Name: The Graceful Bulbophyllum - In Australia The Wispy Umbrella Orchid ---NEW! Miniature species orchid that packs a punch with a wild umbrel of blooms arranged side by side forming a circle. Blooms are burgundy-red with purple eyes surrounding white anther caps. Beautiful! Easy to grow in a variety of light situations. Keep moist. The flower head looks like a red dancing spider. The purple eyes moves in the slightest breeze. Native to Thailand, Myanmar, Malaysia, Sumatra, Java, Borneo, Moluccas, New Guinea, Sulawesi, Solomon islands, Australia, Fiji and New Caledonia low down on the trunks of trees in rainforests at elevations of sealevel to 150 meters as a miniature sized, hot growing epiphyte with small, ovoid pseudobulbs clustered close together and a single, apical, elliptic leaf that blooms in the spring through summer on an erect, 6 to 12" [15 to 30 cm] long purple, wiry inflorescence that has a head of several [6 to 10] fragrant flowers at the apex held well above the leaf. Photo to come soon! $30.00
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 clavitor '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 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 Miniature native to Laos, Vietnam, Guangdong, Guangxi, Guizhou, Hainan and Yunnan provinces of China and Hong Kong. The long-lasting, fragrant flowers are found from February through June on short to 3" [7.5 cm], single flowered inflorescence that arise from the nodes of leafless canes. $15.00 (Species Orchid) Common Name: Loddiges' Dendrobium
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. $30.00 Apologies for no photo.
Den pierardii We are offering near bloom size mounts of this beautiful Dendrobium species. This species has a wide native distribution range in China, Nepal, Sri Lanka, India, Thailand, Java, Borneo, Sulawaesi to Queensland Australia. One of the prettiest and easiest to bloom cane Dendrobiums we grow. This the color form of pink with the cream colored center. Lovely. These plants prefer mounted culture and a dry winter rest with no fertilizer during the winter months. Beautifully fragrant of violet scent. Spring bloomers.
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.
Epidendrum falcatum (new genus name Coilostylis) Very similar in growth habit and flower to the Epi parkinsonianum below except than in every way this plant and blooms are beefy. I do not have a photo of this species. I love it! Bloom size mounts offered. Limited. Photo graciously shared by Bill Robsan. $35.00
Epidendrum conopsum (formerly Epidendrum magnoliae) Common name the green fly orchid. Orchid species offered is the large form. Produces many soft green flowers with peach overlay on petals. Very hardy. One of our North American tropical orchids that can take temps down to the 30's. Lives in small pocket climates in South Carolina and several places in Florida. Some of these plants have been reported as far north as living in 'The Green Swamp' in Supply, NC. These plants have not been torn from their native habitat to sell. Large mounts. Bloom Size $35.00
Epidendrum parkinsonianum (new genus name Coilostylis) Very limited. This large sized, cool to cold, pendant growing, epiphytic species is found in Jalisco, Morelos, Oaxaca, Puebla, Vera Cruz, and Chiapas states of Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama in oak-pine cloud forests at elevations of 1000 to 2300 meters with cylindrical, curved, 3" [7.5 cm] long pseudobulbs enveloped basally by a few scarious, tubular bracts carrying a single apical, pendulous, fleshy, narrowly lanceolate, entirely folded leaf. The apical, 2" [5 cm] long, racemose inflorescence arises from within the base of the folded leaf with 1 to 3, large, long-lasting, simultaneously opening, fragrant [citrus] flowers arising from a newly forming pseudobulb and may occur at various times of the year. Large $40.00
Epidendrum polybulbon 'Golden Gate' (Dinema polybulbon)(Encyclia polybulbon) Orchids growing on mounts of this most popular Winter blooming orchid species. Easy to grow and reliable bloomers. Sweetly fragrant miniature. Perfect for show displays. Becomes large specimen size easily. Bloom Size $25.00
Epidendrum porpax (peperomia) 'Wonderlust' A wonderful growing species that forms a mass carpet. Blooms in the middle of winter (January -February) Very rewarding. This particular plant was from the Mark Rose collection and this is the first time I have ever divided it. Native to Columbia and Venezuela growing warm to cold. This species has no pseudobulbs, instead it is a stem growing alternating succulent leaves suffused with purple if given enough light. Can be mounted on treefern or in a suspended pot with a coarse mix to allow the roots to get air. It can then grow out and over the edge of the pot and makes an impressive display when blooming. Grow warm to cold with bright light to partial full sun, ample water while growing. Synonyms include: Epi matthewsii, porpax, peperomia, and Nanodes gnomus. Easy and choice! Very generous mounts are offered. Our plant offerings are mounted on crape myrtle sticks, stalite slabs, or cork bark slabs. Largest plants are always chosen first. $25.00
Epigeneium nakaharaei This miniature sized, hot to cold growing epiphytic orchid is endemic to Taiwan. Primarily a winter to spring bloomer. Single flowered inflorescences make short-lived, slightly fragrant, waxy flowers that is subtended by a brown basal sheath. Although the blooms are short-lived, plants make many blooms during the flowering season. We grow these in relatively bright light and provide frequent waterings. $20.00
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. $20.00
Isabelia virginalis Our plants are mounted on tree fern plaque and bloom well in Phalaenopsis light levels. 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 psuedobulb with a single, apical, erect, needle like, curved and flexuous, blunt leaf, that is best mounted on tree fern slabs so that it will bloom on a short, terminal inflorescence with a spathaceous bract, that has 1 or 2 waxy, long-lived, Cattleya-like flowers occurring in the late fall an winter. A very interesting orchid. Photo provided by David Atkins during a greenhouse visit. $20.00
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.
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. $25.00
Nanodes longirepens (mini discolor) Miniature. Nearly identical to the species listed above but smaller yet in growth habit. $20.00
Restrepia antennifera (common name: the antennae carrying restrepia) Super nice mounts on hickory slab. Bug like blooms dangle in the air among pendant flower stems. Blooms are golden yellow with striation of orange and mahogany. Very prolific and rewarding. Found in Venezuela, Columbia, Ecuador and Peru in Andean forests on tree trunks at elevations approximately 1600 to 3500 meters. Super easy to grow and perfect for beginners . $20
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
Sigmatostalix radicans -aka Ornithophora radicans. Very rewarding miniature species orchid. Blooms in October and March for us. Found in Espiritu Santo, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Parana, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul states of Brazil near the coast at elevations around 400 meters. We have found that these are best grown mounted. Fragrant orchid. Common Name: The Ground Rooting Ornithophora. Medium light levels and daily moisture make for good culture. Flowers are green/white with yellow centers and extremely attractive. Prolific bloomers. This orchid is also known as Ornithophora radicans. Fall bloomers. Fragrant species Orchid $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 velutina One of our favorites here in the greenhouse. Cheerful blossoms float atop the lush fan shaped growths of this Oncidium species. Occurs in nature, primarily in Haiti at mid elevations. Summer Bloomer. $25.00
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 , Sunday visits can be arranged by appointment.