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Seagrove Orchids Select Cattleya Divisions
SEAGROVE ORCHIDS DIVISION LISTING
Classic Cattleyas and Others
OUR VERY BEST ORCHIDS!
(Currently offering Ascocenda, Cattleya, Brassavola, Bulbophyllum, Dendrobium, Laelia, Paphiopedilum, and Phragmipedium )
We repot and divide orchids rarely. To ensure your growing success, we mainly offer divisions that are established and we accurately describe the number of pseudobulbs or growths offered. Bare root divsions are offered from time to time. These divisions are extremely limited and most are only available every three to five years. Please do not ask for smaller divisions than those offered. All divisions are bloom size and should flower on their next mature growth. Sorry, but no discounts are offered on Seagrove Orchids Division Listing.
These are not breeding stock divisions. Once we obtain a plant, it is divided into two parts. One part for breeding and one for growing. None of the divisions offered have ever been used as a pod bearing parent in our breeding program. All divisions are accurately described and growing nicely.
Why do we only sell established divisions or established mounts? We want you to succeed with your new Seagrove Orchid. These orchids are very special to me and I want divisions of them to grow well for you and continue to do so for many years.
Ascocenda Yip Sum Wah 'Flame' FCC/AOS I am offering an established basal keike from our show plant. Potted in open mix in a plastic pot. You can continue to grow in the pot or transfer to basket culture. The red Ascocenda. Blooms at a small size and continues to bloom throughout the year once mature. $50.00
Blc Eric Paul 'Judy' (Ronald Hausermann x Lavender Star) Large standard Cattleya made famous by the Hausermann Company. 4 Large pseudobulbs (growths) planted and established in a 5 inch pot. Raspberry red petals and the darker raspberry ruffled lip make this a must have beauty. Fall Bloomer. From the Jack Kepley collection. $50.00
Brassavola David Sander 'Carney' HCC/AOS (B. cucullata x B digbyana) Beautiful! Obtained from The Little Greenhouse 1996. Blooms are off white with soft pink blush in the sepals. The spear shaped lip is ruffled around the outer margin. Wonderfully rewarding plant. One of my favorites to grow and bloom. Night fragrant. This is a 4 pseudobulb original division of the plant shown. Grow bright for best coloration in blooms. $100.00-SOLD
Bulbophyllum lobbii 'Bill's Bronze' A vigorous growing example of Bulbophyllum lobbii orchid. We grow in sphagnum moss! Grow moist and medium light levels for prolific blooms and beautiful foliage. (1) in 6 1/2 inch bulb pan. Established rewarding bloom size division. $ 30.00
Bulbophyllum medusae 'Peter' -5 established pseudeobulbs in a 4 inch pot $75.00
Bulbophyllum rothschildianum 'Seagrove Low Tide' AM/AOS Established and ready to grow for you original divisions of our awarded Bulbophyllum rothschildianum. Prolific grower and show stopper when in flower. A very nice form of B. rothschildianum with beautiful rich color and full flower segments. Another super fine example of this easy to grow orchid species. This particular plant was awarded in November of 2012. Largest divisions will be selected for purchasers first. All are potted in terrrestrial orchid mix in plastic pots. $50.00
Cattleya Aqui-Finn 'Nature's Best' ACC/AOC (C Suavior X C Irene Finney) Awarded November of 1998. Profilic bloomer and grower. Fragrant and lovely. Soft pink blooms are heavily suffused in velvety purple/plum at petals and lip. 8 psuedobulb division $125.00
Cattleya aurantiaca 'Miami' CBM/AOS Awarded January 1965. This is the first yellow Cattleya aurantiaca (Guarianthe) awarded by the American Orchid Society. Flowers are golden yellow with intricate red veining in lip interior. You are purchasing a 8 pseudobulb established original division of a historic Cattleya.. $200.00
Cattleya Bob Betts 'Liberty Hill' AM/AOS (C Bow Bells x mossiae) 4 pseudobulbs with current new lead planted in a 6 inch pot . Awarded 83 points in 1958! A jewel of orchid history. $250.00
Cattleya bowringiana 'Country Acres' 4 psuedobulbs growing strong and upright. Blooms best described as deep violet plum color. Wonderful color! Historic Cattleya seldom offered in the orchid community. $200.00
Cattleya bowringiana 'Pink Elf' 8 upright pseudobulbs established in a 6 inch pot. (plus three new leads) Multiple soft pink blooms arranged on upright stems. Color variety is very rare. Obtained from the Jack Kepley collection. One (1) division offered. $200.00
Cattleya Gaskell-Pumila 'Azure Star' HCC/AOS (2) plants offered. Both have more than 6 psuedobulbs each. Produces a stunning pumila type bloom. Lip is velvet dark blue with the petals exhibiting the same blue in petal flaring. Flower size is enormous in relationship to plant size. Choice! Helpful parent in keeping plants size down in future coerulea hybrids while allowing for gorgeous blue blooms and flower size. Bloom Size $50.00
Cattleya Horace 'Maxima' AM/AOS Established 4 pseudobulb + new growth division (bloom size) from the Jack Kepley collection. 8 inch pot $100.00
Cattleya intermedia 'Pine Knot' Established bloom size 4 psuedobulb division. $50.00 (blooms very similar to photo)
Cattleya (BLC) Memoria Grant Eichler 'Lenette' HCC/AOS (Obtained from Norman Harold and Jeff Snider collection) 4 psuedobulbs and will need an oversized box for shipping. $300.00 Photo of actual plant offered. (Currently in sheath 8-2019) Stated by previous owner as original division.
Cattleya perciviliana 'Summit' FCC/AOS Original division obtained from Mark Rose of Breckinridge Orchids. 8 psuedobulbs, established and ready to grow for you. New growth forming now and plant is in sheath (8-2019) Only one $80.00
Cattleya Porcia 'Cannizaro' from Merritt Huntington. Original purchased from Kensington Orchids. This is an large bloom size division of our show orchid. Provide bright light and hold fertilizers when temps are above 90 degrees for strong upright growths. Fall bloomer. Always seems to get a ribbon during show season. Color is best described as medium plum with dark plum lips. Flowers are held upright with large heads of flowers. (C. Armstrongiae x bowringiana) $125.00
Cattleya walkeriana 'Manhattan Blue' Established divisions taken off our large display plant. Nicely grown bloom size potted plants. Each plant has three or more pseudobulbs. Choice! $60.00
These are bloom size keikes potted in 3 inch pots of the award winning Dendrobium species clavitor. Native to Thailand and Malaysia. Grow warm and bright. Easy and very rewarding. This species has the broom stick growth habit with swollen bases of pseudobulbs. $25.00 for potted or mounted, established bloom size keikes.
Dendrobium Delicatum 'Cherry Blossom' (speciokingianum) Dainty soft pink pink blooms with a purple tint on their reverse. Vigorous growing hybrid of Dendrobium kingianum x Dendrobium speciosum that is easy to bloom. No cold night time temperature required to encourage blossoms although this plant would not mind growing outside with other cool temperature lovers. We bloom reliably in our greenhouse that does not drop below 64 degrees. Very temperature tolerant. Blooms are very nicely fragrant! Blooms very similar to photo. Blooms size established divisions $20.00
Dendrobium Delicatum 'Rosminah Brown' (speciokingianum) Bill Robsan received a culture award on this lovely species in March 30, 2000. What a spectacular show it was with 3078 blooms. Flowers are cream with faint red spots in the lip. Blooms are deliciously fragrant. Photo used with permission granted by Bill Robsan as photographer Charles Rowden is no longer living. Easy to grow and bloom. Temperature tolerant. Enjoys a watering routine of thorough water and allow to nearly dry out before next watering. Bloom Size established divisions $25.00
Guaricattonia Renate 'S&W' HCC/AOS . Colorful blooms are held upright on traditional Broughtonia type sturdy flower stems. (Cattleya Frenchy's Cheek-La X Guaritonia Why Not) Bloom Size $45.00 clone division.
Laelia anceps 'Broadbow' Awarded December of 1994 with(51 flowers and 29 buds on 29 flower stems). I enjoy growing the 'Broadbow' cultivar because of it's manageable growth habit. Pseudobulb growth are spaced more tightly together and the flower stems are less than 34 inches tall. This orchid is a joy to grow! You are purchasing a 9 pseudobulb original division growing in an 8 inch bulb pan. (1) division only. $175.00
Lc. Lois McNeil 'Ace' another blue orchid (coerulea) offered from our show collection. This is an generous size established bloom size clone division (6 pseudobulbs) $35.00 blooms in clusters of flowers.
Lc. Mari's Song 'CTM 217' HCC/AOS Vintage splash petal beauty. I only have (1) of these to offer. Bloom Size $45.00
Phragmipedium Cardinale 'Birchwood' Minimum of two fan plants offered. These are original divisions of this beautiful white and red-rose flowered Phragmipedium. You get it all with this orchid. You get a historical orchid that grows vigorously and produces beautiful blooms. Only( two) divisions available. Photo by Linda Thorne. Spring bloomers for your show displays! $90.00
Phragmipedium Coral Jewel 'Seagrove Barrier Reef' HCC/AOS Two mature fans offered plus one emerging fan. Awarded HCC/AOS in August of 2002. (Phrag sargentianum x schlimii) Really sweet blooms! Plant grows with great vigor. Makes tons of buds per branching flower stem. Original divisions of our grow plant offered. $80.00
Phragmipedium Inca Embers 'LeDoux's DeLuxe' AM/AOS Awarded 82 point AM in January of 2002. Two mature fans with one half size fan for a total of 3 fans. A very vigorous grower and bloomer. Never fails to please in early summer annually with tall stems of orange red blooms with green highlights centrally. Very lovely. Ease of growth makes this a great starter original division. Only one offered BS- $60.00
Phragmipedium Indolina Rubyfire 'Flannery Fork' Registered by Mark Rose of Breckinridge Orchids in 1999. (Phrag Calurum x Memoria Dick Clements) First division we have ever offered of this glowing red orange beauty. Two fan growth original division. $100.00
Phragmipedium Paul Eugene Conroy 'Brower Mill' Green flowers with bronze higlhlights in long petals and pouch.. (2) divisions available. Both are multiple growth divisions with 3 or more growths. $40.00
Phragmipedium Schroederae 'Kepley Rose' AM/AOS Original Division Awarded July 2005. Multiple fan divisions of this spectacular Schroederae are offered. Seems to be constantly in bloom. Photo used with permission of AOS photographer James Harris. When awarded blooms were 11 cm across by 9 cm tall. $200.00 Pink and white sequential blooming showstopper!
Phragmipedium Sorcerer's Apprentice 'Spirit' AM/AOS Original Division Awarded an AM/AOS in July 2003. Easy to grow original division! Towering flower stems produce green flowers highlighted by red in the pouch and the petals. Sequentially blooming stems produce flowers for months and months. Hybrid is (Phrag longifolium x Phrag sargentianum) photo used with permission of AOS photographer James Harris. Minimum of two fans per division. (2) offered at $60.00
Powellara (formerly Potinara) Yuan Nan Mini 'Queen Anne' HCC/AOS (Ctt. Chocolate Drop x Bc Richard Muller) Awarded an HCC/AOS in July 2008. Vigorous growing plants produce multiple leads. Blooms best described as cinnabar or Chinese Red. Multiple blooms per stem open golden and mature into glowing red orange flowers that bear a yellow tubular lip speckled with Chinese Red. Plant can produce up to 6-7 blooms per flower head. Original division from my dear mentor and friend at Arbec Orchids. Photo used with permission of AOS photographer James Osen. (1) division offered. Bloom size, established division has 6 or more pseudobulbs $75.00
Procatavola Walnut Valley Lime Stars 'Seagrove Orchids' HCC/AOS 8 pseudobulb established original division of this winter blooming orchid. Blooms have a wonderful evening fragrance. Easy to grow. $75.00 SOLD
Prosthechea Miriam Sagasti 'Seagrove Blossom Tart' AM/AOS (Prosthechea baculus x Prosthechea radiata) Awarded Mary 2011. Deliciously fragrant! First division to ever be sold of my awarded Prosthechea. You are purchasing an (3 pseudobulbs with 3 new growths emerging from the plant base April 2019) original division. Photo used with permission of AOS photographer James Harris. $75.00
Your orchid growers in North Carolina
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