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Newly added to our stock or newly released seedlings, raised in our lab. Check back regularly for more additions. 

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  • A Special V.I.P. Orchid Experience
    The ultimate gift for the orchid lover: a wonderful visit to our nursery with a personal tour and expert advice plus delicious refreshments You will be treated to a personal guided tour of the nursery including behind the scenes with owner and third generation orchid grower Sara Rittershausen. Se..
    The ultimate gift for the orchid lover: a wonderful visit to our nu...
    £50.00
  • Brassia aurantiaca
    An unusual bright orange Brassia, formally Ada aurantiaca, these plants are newly available divisions from our mother plants and not often available so first come first served! Intermediate growing minimum 12°C, with good humidity and light.  Originates from Colombia, Ecuado..
    An unusual bright orange Brassia, formally Ada aurantiaca, these pl...
    £10.00
    Based on 2 reviews.
  • Charcoal
    Charcoal pieces 5-10mm, 250g bag, a useful additive to your compost which some growers like to use for certain types of orchid. ..
    Charcoal pieces 5-10mm, 250g bag, a useful additive to your compost...
    £4.50
  • This fascinating species from Brazil makes pendent stems of green and burgundy flowers that hang over the side of the pot or basket, they need to be high when in flower to show them off to their best. Many flowers are on the thin stems, in a similar way to a Gongora. Various colour fomrs r..
    This fascinating species from Brazil makes pendent stems of green&n...
    £30.00
  • Coelogyne Green Dragon "Chelsea" AM/RHS
    A cross between the two species massangeana and pandurata. The long, pendent stem holds large green flowers and black lip. Warm growing. Large divisions from our awarded mother plants. Summer flowering. These are all large plants  ..
    A cross between the two species massangeana and pandurata. The long...
    £60.00
    Based on 2 reviews.
  • Coelogyne multiflora
    As the name suggest it has lots of flowers, small but highly numerous and strongly scented. Creamy white flowers with a yellow lip on an arching stem growing form the base of large bulbs with tall leaves. We have made some divisions from our large mother plants so these should be ready for flowering..
    As the name suggest it has lots of flowers, small but highly numero...
    £70.00
    Based on 3 reviews.
  • Cymbidium Mavourneen "Jester"
    A "Peloric" Cymbidium This unusual Cymbidium hybrid has the red spotting of the lip repeated on the two other green petals in a condition called pelorism. The variety Mavourneen "Jester" is a well known example of this and we are lucky to have some plants available. Due to the ..
    A "Peloric" Cymbidium This unusual Cymbidium hybrid has ...
    £20.00
    Based on 1 reviews.
  • Dendrobium kingianum
    This type of dendrobium comes from Australia and is cool growing, liking a drop to 10ºC in winter. They produce a mass of small, bright pink flowers which are also sweetly scented. These are potted in 6cm pots in seedling mix.  The average height of the plants is 17cm, including the pot..
    This type of dendrobium comes from Australia and is cool growing, l...
    £5.00
  • Masdevallia coriacea
    Olive green flowers from the base of the plant, several or many on a large specimen. Slight red striping. Upright, thick, narrow leaves in a tight, compact clump. Height including the pot is 30cm. The pot size is 11cm. The compost type is Sphagnum moss and perlite. Country of Origin- ..
    Olive green flowers from the base of the plant, several or many on ...
    £20.00
  • Maxillaria acutifolia
    A cool/intermediate, compact growing plant with small pseudobulbs and a single leaf on each.  Winter/ spring flowering, producing  small and pretty peachy-orange fragrant flowers, individually from the base.  Potted in barkof the plant. Potted in 10cm pots Height incl..
    A cool/intermediate, compact growing plant with small pseudobulbs a...
    £15.00
  • Miltonia regnellii
    This is one of the true miltonias rather than the miltoniopsis ‘pansy orchids’ and so the plant has an appearance more similar to an oncidium or odontoglossum. Several white and pink flowers on a spray. Intermediate. Brazil. Summer flowering. Flowering size. ..
    This is one of the true miltonias rather than the miltoniopsis &lsq...
    £20.00
  • Pholidota leveilleana
    This orchid has a clump of pseudobulbs with upright narrow leaves with a slight reddish tinge, intermediate grown. The small flowers are produced on short, arching sprays and are cream with a bright orangey-pink column at the centre. Potted in bark Potted in 11cm pot Height including pot 40..
    This orchid has a clump of pseudobulbs with upright narrow leaves w...
    £15.00