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Orchid 'Summit Frenchtown', x Adaglossum 'Summit Frenchtown'

An interesting color combination of orange and brown. Most plants bloom with two flower spikes. Generally blooms in the summer. A very pretty intergeneric orchid obtained by crossing Odontoglossum bictoniense and Ada keiliana.

Shrubby Alcalthaea 'Parkallee', x Alcalthaea suffrutescens 'Parkallee'

This is not a true hollyhock, but a hybrid between Alcea Rosa and Althaea Officinalis. It has creamy semi-double flowers with maroon stamens, flowers over a long period - later than hollyhocks,- and is sterile so puts all energy into the flower production. Continues to flower into Autumn

Aliceara 'Eurostar', x Aliceara 'Eurostar' syn. x Braellara 'Eurostar'

Beallara is an intergeneric hybrid between brassia x cochlioda x miltonia x odontoglossum. Beallara Orchids are hybrids that are often listed as Cambria Orchids. Recently reclassified as 'Aliceara'. It likes plenty of bright light and lots of moisture. It is similar to an Oncidium.

Beallara Orchid 'Tahitian Dancer Pink Fairytale', x Aliceara syn. goodaleara 'Tahitian Dancer Pink Fairytale'

Beallara Orchids are hybrids that are often listed as Cambria Orchids. Recently reclassified as 'Aliceara'. It likes plenty of bright light and lots of moisture. It is similar to an Oncidium.

Alworthia, x Alworthia

Bigeneric hybrid of aloe speciosa and haworthia cymbiformis. Forms a large clump with many tiny offsets. Haworthia generally resemble miniature aloes, except in their flowers. They are popular garden and container plants. The plants can grow solitary or can be clump-forming. Their flowers are small, white and very similar between species. But their leaves show wide variations.

Alworthia 'Black Gem', x Alworthia 'Black Gem'

Bigeneric hybrid of aloe speciosa and haworthia cymbiformis. Forms a large clump with many tiny offsets. Its fleshy leaves can range from a deep green, bronze, purple or red colour, depending on the amount of sunlight the plant receives. Can be susceptible to aphids.

Amarine 'Aphrodite' (Belladiva Series), x Amarine tubergenii 'Aphrodite' (Belladiva Series)

Nerines are Autumn-flowering bulbs. They have strap-like leaves, often appearing after the flowers. The flowers have 6 narrow, recurved petals and prominent stamens. Amarine Belladiva is a cross between a Nerine and an amaryllis, it has the best features of both its parents. It has the largest flowers of all the Nerines, which last well in the garden or in a vase. They are hardy to -10 deg.C

Amarine Belladiva Series, x Amarine tubergenii Belladiva Series syn. x Amarine 'Belladiva'

Nerines are Autumn-flowering bulbs. They have strap-like leaves, often appearing after the flowers. The flowers have 6 narrow, recurved petals and prominent stamens. Amarine Belladiva is a cross between a Nerine and an amaryllis, it has the best features of both its parents. It has the largest flowers of all the Nerines, which last well in the garden or in a vase. They are hardy to -10 deg.C

Aramis Daisy 'Aramis Fire', x Argyrimelia 'Aramis Fire' (Aramis Series) syn. Argyranthemum 'Aramis Fire'

Argyranthemum 'Aramis Fire' has daisy-shaped large flowers that seem to change daily, blending from pale pink through to red. They are half-hardy, and can be grown from seed or cuttings, or purchased as young plants to be planted out after all danger of frost has passed.

Ascocenda 'Suksamran Sunrise', x Ascocenda 'Suksamran Sunrise'

'Suksamran Sunrise' produces 1-2 compact stems of 10 -20 clustered bright orange that blooms usually twice per year or more. It has a very organized spike with charecteristic spots on the flowers. This orchid is easy to grow if the right conditions are met, usually these are to do with light, temperature, humidity and watering.

Howard's Dream Orchid, x Beallara marfitch 'Howard's Dream'

This one is a clone of an award winning orchid that produces spectacular flowers. The common name is Beallara, but it's also called Aliceara. The breeding is Mtssa. Charles M. Fitch x Onc. Fremar. But forget all that orchid-speak and just enjoy the flowers when it blooms. The flowers can be three to four inches across, and there can be 7 to 8 or more on a single stem. The color is a stunning lavender / purple, with spots everywhere and a little yellow in the center.

Beallara Tropic Lily 'Hilo Space Ship' Orchid, x Beallara syn. aliceara 'Hilo Space Ship'

Intense colours, delicate markings and unusually shaped flowers make orchids ideal display plants. There are about 28,000 accepted species of orchid, distributed in about 763 genera. They can be terrestrial, epiphytic or lithophitic. Terrestrial orchids can be rhizomatous or form underground tubers. Epiphytic orchids use other plants, rocks or fallen trees for anchorage. They have modified aerial roots that can sometimes be a few meters long. Lithophytes are plants that grow in or on rocks. Lithophytes feed off nutrients from rain water and nearby decaying plants, including their own dead tissue. Most orchids are easy to grow if the right conditions are met, usually these are to do with light, temperature, humidity and watering.

Brassocattleya Island Charm 'Elizabeth', x Brassocattleya Island Charm 'Elizabeth'

'Elizabeth' is a Bc. Donna Kimura x C. intermedia hybrid, a very fragrant and sweet smelling orchid. New:Intense colours, delicate markings and unusually shaped flowers make orchids ideal display plants. There are about 28,000 accepted species of orchid, distributed in about 763 genera. They can be terrestrial, epiphytic or lithophitic. Terrestrial orchids can be rhizomatous or form underground tubers. Epiphytic orchids use other plants, rocks or fallen trees for anchorage. They have modified aerial roots that can sometimes be a few meters long. Lithophytes are plants that grow in or on rocks. Lithophytes feed off nutrients from rain water and nearby decaying plants, including their own dead tissue. Most orchids are easy to grow if the right conditions are met, usually these are to do with light, temperature, humidity and watering.

Walker's cattleya, Winward Flare Hawaii Orchid, x Brassocattleya 'Windward Flare Hawaii'

Intense colours, delicate markings and unusually shaped flowers make orchids ideal display plants. There are about 28,000 accepted species of orchid, distributed in about 763 genera. They can be terrestrial, epiphytic or lithophitic. Terrestrial orchids can be rhizomatous or form underground tubers. Epiphytic orchids use other plants, rocks or fallen trees for anchorage. They have modified aerial roots that can sometimes be a few meters long. Lithophytes are plants that grow in or on rocks. Lithophytes feed off nutrients from rain water and nearby decaying plants, including their own dead tissue. Most orchids are easy to grow if the right conditions are met, usually these are to do with light, temperature, humidity and watering.

Bl.Yellow Bird Orchid, x Brassocattleya 'Yellow Bird'

Bl Yellow Bird is a nice Brassavola cross that is easy to grow. Fragrant lemon yellow flowers are splattered with blood-red spots. The plant has foliage which resembles large pine or conifer needles. It grows from a leaf-bulb which stores energy and water and when this appears to shrivel, you will know that it's time to water! It's a strong grower and adapts well to being mounted or grown in containers. When grown in pots its best to grow it in a mixture of coarse bark don't let it dry out completely.

Brassolaeliocattleya Glenn Maidment 'Southern Cross', x Brassolaeliocattleya Glenn Maidment 'Southern Cross'

Brassolaeliocattleya sometimes refer also as Rhyncholaeliocattleya. Hybrid. This type of hybrid will most likely adapt to the same care of Cattleyas.

Brassolaeliocattleya Golf Green 'Hairy Pig', x Brassolaeliocattleya Golf Green 'Hairy Pig'

Brassocattleya Golf Green 'Hair Pig' is a hybrid between Cattleya Moscombe x Brassavola Digbyana. Large frilly green flowers with hairy edges. This type of hybrid will most likely adapt to the same care of Cattleyas.

Brassolaeliocattleya pokai tangerine x c narooma, x Brassolaeliocattleya pokai tangerine x c narooma

Brassolaeliocattleya sometimes refer also as Rhyncholaeliocattleya. Hybrid. This type of hybrid will most likely adapt to the same care of Cattleyas.

Brassolaeliocattleya Yen Corona 'Green Genie', x Brassolaeliocattleya Yen Corona 'Green Genie'

Brassolaeliocattleya sometimes refer also as Rhyncholaeliocattleya. Hybrid. This type of hybrid will most likely adapt to the same care of Cattleyas. ‘Green Genie' has apple-green sepals and full white petals highlighted with violet flaring and a violet lip.

Miltassia Kauai's Choice 'Tropical Fragrance', x Bratonia Kauai's Choice syn. Miltassia Kauai's Choice 'Tropical Fragrance'

Bratonia Kauai's Choice (formerly known as Miltassia Kauai's Choice) is a cross between Brassia arcuigera (a species) and Bratonia Aztec (a hybrid). Intense colours, delicate markings and unusually shaped flowers make orchids ideal display plants. There are about 28,000 accepted species of orchid, distributed in about 763 genera. They can be terrestrial, epiphytic or lithophitic. Terrestrial orchids can be rhizomatous or form underground tubers. Epiphytic orchids use other plants, rocks or fallen trees for anchorage. They have modified aerial roots that can sometimes be a few meters long. Lithophytes are plants that grow in or on rocks. Lithophytes feed off nutrients from rain water and nearby decaying plants, including their own dead tissue. Most orchids are easy to grow if the right conditions are met, usually these are to do with light, temperature, humidity and watering.

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