***THEY ARE HERE***
The journey was long for all involved, but in the end, there are plants, and they are beautiful. Knowing that some of you are looking for new and unusual varieties, I hand-picked many plants based on their interesting physical characteristics. Neo lovers, you will see gorgeous stripes and some interesting new bean leaves, too. Dendrobium lovers, I found some new varieties for you, too, and some nice flowers color. I even have a brand new (to me) Soph, Sophronitis grandiflora, for those of you who like a little South American flair in your Japanese orchid collection. I was also able to find Poneorchis tubers which grow into lovely little works of art, each of which is unique. If you are just starting your orchid collection, I still have the popular varieties that have stood the test of time. As always, if you have questions or want a suggestion for yourself or a friend, please call or email and I’ll be happy to talk with you.
Pictures are coming. I may try to get a quick pic up so you can see something, and then get nicer pictures later. Remember that Google is your friend, as well. We are continually working to update information on the website, so please be patient, and we will get it all in there as fast as we can. You can now see the (nearly finished) list here. I will continue to update it as time permits.
Keep in mind that bigger plants are happier plants. For Neos, I suggest at least a two growth plant, especially for the less expensive varieties that won’t break the bank. Also, when ordering note that Cymbidiums require that you purchase at least a three-growth plant which is absolutely necessary for their health.
I will apologize in advance for the delays in shipping. I am multi-tasking as fast as I can, and you are not forgotten! To add to the craziness, I have TWO shows to prepare for this weekend, so that will keep me from filling orders over the weekend. At least the temperatures are back in the “early spring” rather than “Antarctic” range. Still, I will ship with heat packs if the temperature drops again. And it probably will.
I hope you enjoy the new offerings as much as I enjoyed picking them out.
Best wishes and happy growing,