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Page updated 11-4-2022

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Phalaenopsis Clones , Phalaenopsis Seedlings, Species, Neofinetia, Renanthera, Ascocentrum, Ascocenda, and Vanda Orchids.

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Phalaenopsis Hybrids and Species Offerings

The inventory of Phals changes very quickly in our greenhouse. New exciting things can be seen everyday in the greenhouse and it is impossible for me to keep up with them on the web site, so if in doubt or have a special request, please inquire. Note that the use of the genus name Doritis and it's hybrids, Doritaenopsis is no longer valid although you can still find it's use in current references. Doritis is now Phalaenopsis. When available, spiking plants will be chosen to fill your orchid order!

 

Phalaenopsis (Phal) Angelina unregistered unknown hybrid

Blooms are soft pink with varying degrees of candystriping. Lip coloration can be best described as dark raspberry red. Simply beautiful and feminine. Limited in our greenhouse so order soon. Choice for the candystripe orchid lover.

Bloom Size $30.00

 

 

 

Phal (Phalaenopsis) Bellicose

What is so different about Phalaenopsis Bellicose. A bright canary lip, clean white background blooms with clear burgundy random markings, and a very nicely spaced arching stem/bloom habit. Harlequin breeding has come a long way from a bunch of rough textured blooms homing at the end of a squat flower stem. Near perfection in harlequin breeding. This has become a favorite among our customers.

Bloom Size $30 Sold Out

 

Phal Chia Shing Hot Kiss 'Liu's Best' (Phalaenopsis Yu Pin Fireworks x Chia-Shing Focus)

Limited edition of stem props. Excited to be able to offer this peloric Golden Peoker progeny. Plants have a lovely cascading stem habit. . All potted in 4 inch pots. Strikingly different. Collector Orchid.

Bloom Size $25.00 Limited

 

Phalaenopsis Green Field Red Zuul 'Harlequin Queen'

Limited orchid. Trying hard to post all of the Phals we have in the greenhouse but unfortunately most of them are very low quantity. This is sure to sell out quickly. Bloom photograph speaks for itself. One of my favorite Phalaenopsis. SOLD OUT

Bloom Size $50.00 Sold Out

 

 

Phal Ken Avant 'Seagrove' (Phalaenopsis Golden Sun x Brecko Cordablaze)

A chance to purchase one of our multiprops prior to award. . Plants are established in 4 inch pots with healthy root systems. Be the first to get this high quality orchid awarded! There is a wonderful history here with the one parent originating in Brown Summit North Carolina at Breckinridge Orchids. Mark Rose (Breckinridge Orchids) is a mentor and friend to Seagrove Orchids! Blooms are glowing red. Example photo used with permission by Daryl Hudson, customer who has bloomed the first one! Tiny 2 inch pot showing a single bloom. I can't wait to see more Ken Avant photos by customers!!

Bloom Size 4 inch pots offered. $35.00

 

 

 
 

https://www.aos.org/orchids/culture-sheets/phalaenopsis.aspx

 

My best way to describe the production of Phalaenopsis. So many of your ask me over the phone to explain seedlings, mericlones, and stem props. This is very simplified for your general information. If you would like greater detail, please consult with a commercial cloning lab.

A seedling is produced by pollinating an Phallie orchid flower with itself or by crossing it to another Phalaenopsis or Phalaenopsis allied genus. A seed pod is formed, seed ripens and it is sowed in a sterile environment and placed on nutrients typically in sterilized bottles or jars.

A mericlone is produced under sterile environments in a laboratory. Phalaenopsis plant tissue is subjected to replicating chemicals and nutrients. Many orchid plants can be produced from this original Phalaenopsis plant tissue. The more orchid plants that are produced from this tissue the more chances you have for slight changes and aberrations. Mericlones are not considered exact duplicates of the original cloned mother plant by many orchid collectors. Sometimes Phalaenopsis orchid plants that are supposed to be clones can have slight obvious differences. Other times, extreme differences.

Stem Prop process is the duplication of the mother plant by using the individual nodes that are formed up and down the flower stem (inflorescence). Each node is excised from the stem, isolated, sterilized and planted into sterile containers that contain a very dilute mixture of replicating chemicals and nutrients. Each node can produce one duplicate plantlet of the original stem mother orchid plant. These individual plants produced from individual nodes, are considered exact duplicates of the Phalaenopsis mother orchid. If fortunate, a wonderful action can occur, multiprops can form basally from your stem prop culture. Multiprops lie somewhere between stem prop and a clone. Multiprops are considered much more exact to parent than mericlones since the duplicating mixture was very dilute. Sometimes if replicating chemical solutions are mixed too strong, death can occur to the node and no Phalaenopsis stem prop will occur.

Keike, the Hawaiian word for baby is also what the plantlets that occur on existing Phalaenopsis stems are called.

 

Vandaceous Plants-Rhyncostylis-Ascocentrum-Vandas

Orchid Species

 

Come visit us for Blue Vandas and a very large variety of Vandaceous Orchids. There is something blooming throughout every season. You can always ask if we have that special Vandaceous orchid you are seeking.

 

Rhyncostylis coelestis 'Blue x sib

Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam native, produces upright flower stems with fragrant blooms in shades of soft coerulean blue (indigo) with darker lips and orchid flower edges. Forgiving of variable temps as it grow hot to cool, provide more shady conditions than those for Vanda. 2-3 years from bloom size. 2 inch pot size $18.00

 

 

Vanda denisoniana

Vanda denisoniana prefers partial shade and warm to hot temperatures. The orange to golden yellow blooms are sweetly fragrant. Sometimes decorative speckling on blooms can occur. Origin Yunnan China, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos and Vietnam. Plants can bloom at a very small size. Easily transferred to wooden basket culture but these are happily growing in 2 inch mesh baskets. $20.00

 

Vanda Blitz's Heartthrob (V. Ponpimol � V. Gordon Dillon)

Large bread plate sized pink blooms tesselated in garnet red. Mature-Bloom size plants offered. Sorry I cannot provide a photo at this time. I'll choose the largest plants first. Water regularly in summer and when temps are high. Watering may be reduced slightly during the winter when growing has slowed. $45.00

Vanda falcata Neofinetia falcata

'The Japanese Wind Orchid' stays relatively small and can be easily grown in a variety of grower settings, even windowsill. Prefers year round moisture with a bloom season of primarily Spring. Fragrant blooms can occur several times during the Spring and early Fall. Also known as the 'Samurai Orchid' because of it's long nectary sometimes referred to as the samurai sword. Very easy to grow and bloom. Plants produce basal fans and can become magnificent specimens with hundreds of fragrant blossoms occurring. Grown in 2 inch mesh pots for quick drainage. Our plants are easily converted to pot culture or baskets. Bloom size in 2 inch pot $20.00

 

Vanda falcata Neofinetia falcata

Choice variety of the recently reclassified Neofintia falcata. These blooms are not faintly tinted with pink, these are bold with pink/purple and with the nectary softly hued pink. Photo shows size of plants offered and blooming size. 'The Japanese Wind Orchid' stays relatively small and can be easily grown in a variety of grower settings, even windowsill. Prefers year round moisture with a bloom season of primarily Spring. Fragrant blooms can occur several times during the Spring and early Fall. Also known as the 'Samurai Orchid' because of it's long nectary sometimes referred to as the samurai sword. Very easy to grow and bloom. Plants produce basal fans and can become magnificent specimens with hundreds of fragrant blossoms occurring. Grown in 2 inch mesh pots for quick drainage inside an additional pot. . Our plants are easily converted to pot culture or baskets. Bloom size in 2 inch pot $35.00

 

Vanda Fifieth State Beauty (V. Yip Sum Wah x V. Meda Arnold)

Ascocenda type blooms of red/pink. Blooms several times a year in our greenhouse in North Carolina. Aplogies for no bloom photos. Mature-Bloom Size plants offered. Provide bright light and water often during the summer months. During winter , water can be reduced slightly. Bloom similar to photo. $40

 

Vanda Goodwins Glitzy Gala (V. Paramate Star x V. Bitz's Heartthrob)

Very striking large blooms produced on upright stems. Flower color best described as soft pink heavily tessellated and spotted in raspberry red. Mature-Bloom Size plants offered. As for all Vanda type orchids we offer, provide plenty of water during summer months and reduce slightly during the winter when growth has slowed. $45.00

 

Vanda Kru Chom 'Red Butterfly' (Vanda Somsri Pink x Vanda. Somsri Delight)

Beautiful deep maroon-purple blooms are produced near 4 inches across in size. They are well held on upright stems as most Vandas type orchids. Potted in 4 inch pot with light bark. Bloom Size Mature plants are offered. Water often during hot temperatures and decrease slightly in winter. $50.00

 

Vanda Pachara Rosa Diamond

Another well grown Vanda from our greenhouse selections. Mature Bloom Size Vanda orchid offering. Large blooms are bright pink with darker tessellations of raspberry red. Stunning presentations, Grown in 5 inch pot with sparse bark. Provide bright light levels and plenty of water throughout the hot summer months. Decrease waterings during winter while orchids are not growing as rapidly. $45.00

 

Vanda Rachaburi Charming (Vanda Doctor Anek x Vanda Sirilak)

Vibrant pink blooms glow on upright held stems from well grown orchid plants. Blooms are decorated in tessellation of dark raspberry red. Petal edges are slightly ruffled. Beautiful Vanda. Easy to grow with bright light levels and plenty of water during the summer months. Water frequently in summer for best growth and decrease watering during winter while temps cool and plants decrease in growth. Mature Bloom Size plants are grown in 5 inch pots with sparse bark for moisture retention. Largest and budded plants always chosen first. $45.00

 

Vanda Two Tone Pariot (Vanda Sanderiana x Vanda Taveesuksa)

Very limited. Vanda sanderiana shaped blooms with two tone features presentation like Vanda sanderiana. Petals and upper sepal are bubblegum pink. Lower sepals are golden yellow with golden brown tessellations. Mature bloom size plants offered. This is a magnificent orchid offering. Largest and spiking plants chosen first. As for Vanda culture, provide frequent watering while temps are hot during the summer. Watering can be reduced in the winter while plants are growing more slowly. Grown in 5 inch plastic pot with sparse bark for moisture retention. $80.00

 

https://www.aos.org/orchids/orchids-a-to-z/letter-v/vanda.aspx

 

 

 

 

Seagrove Orchids- 3451 Brower Mill Road,

Seagrove, NC 27341

336-879-6677

orchidlinda at rtmc.net

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