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Some Orchid Species

Some Orchid Species

Recently, we’ve obtained a batch of orchid species from growers abroad.  The varieties that were brought in includes Dendrobium Suzukii, Dendrobium Dixanthum, Dendrobium Moschatum, Arachnis Annamensis, Ascocentrum christensonianum. Still trying to identify one that seem to belong to Aerides family but have erected racemose instead of hanging. Hybridization have been done between Dendrobium Suzukii and […]

Climate & Orchids

Climate & Orchids

This year, the recession as well as heat wave (due to change in climate) have affected growers worldwide. In a way, the heat wave increased production rates in some countries like taiwan, while caused substantial damages to crops in the lower hemisphere. In the southern hemisphere, some nurseries had their plants burnt by the searing […]

Grammatophyllum Scriptum

Grammatophyllum Scriptum

Our bell orchid that were grown on guava trees are flowering! The bell orchid is also frequently called tiger orchid (a misnomer),  due to the similarities in colours of its flower to that of the tiger, however it has flowers much smaller than the actual tiger orchid, Grammatophyllum speciosum. This is the third time that […]

Vanda Tesellata

Vanda Tesellata

(Species) We house a varieties of colours for this vanda in low quantities. From light green, to yellow to brown. This vanda has a thick jasmine fragrance that can get very strong in hot afternoons. Its flowers last for longer periods if placed indoors than outdoors as its fragrance frequently attract pollinating insects/pest.

Dendrobium Liberty Mutation

Dendrobium Liberty Mutation

(Dendrobium Emma White Mutation) This hybrid was registered by S.Janchidfar on the 5th June, 2002. There are a few variation of this mutation’s green stripes and also known to be called as the ‘Lollipop’ orchid.  This variety is more sought by hobbist and for its cut flowers than the plant as it tends to be […]