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Orchids

Orchids are the most diverse group of plants in the world, take a look at our selection.

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  • Malaxis porphyrea
    A miniature orchid that loses its leaves in winter when it likes to be kept completely dry. In summer it flowers with upright stems of tiny deep purple flowers, going on for several months in succession. Keep a minimum 12°C in a shady position with regular watering throughout its growing se..
    A miniature orchid that loses its leaves in winter when it likes to...
    £10.00
    Based on 1 reviews.
  • Masdevallia barlaeana
    Single bright red flower on a tall stem. Peru. Cool growing minimum 10°C ..
    Single bright red flower on a tall stem. Peru. Cool growing minimum...
    £15.00
  • Olive green flowers from the base of the plant, several or many on a large specimen. Slight red striping. Peru Cool growing minimum 10°C ..
    Olive green flowers from the base of the plant, several or many on ...
    £20.00
  • Masdevallia paivaeana
    Tubular pink fragrant flowers from the base of the plant, single flowers on long stems. Cool minimum 10°C ..
    Tubular pink fragrant flowers from the base of the plant, single fl...
    £15.00
  • Maxillaria Type Collection
    The Genus Maxillaria has been split up into several new genera but they are still interesting orchids to grow. All are cool growing and free flowering. We have many different species within the genera Camaridium, Maxillariella, Ornithidium and Maxillaria and these collections will be a good mixtu..
    The Genus Maxillaria has been split up into several new genera but ...
    £50.00
  • Maxillariella tenuifolia 'Yellow'
    Triangular flowers at the base of the bulbs, thin leaves. Solid yellow variety with little or no red spotting. Scented. Cool. Honduras. Flowering size. Formally Maxillaria ..
    Triangular flowers at the base of the bulbs, thin leaves. Solid yel...
    £15.00
  • Miltonia flavescens
    This species from Southern Brazil is an epiphytic orchid that lives high on the trees. It produces long sprays of many star-shaped, straw-yellow flowers, giving a great show. Grow in intermediate temperatures minimum 12°C with good shade as they have quite pale, yellowy-green leaves. Plants read..
    This species from Southern Brazil is an epiphytic orchid that lives...
    £20.00
    Based on 2 reviews.
  • Miltonia spectabilis
    Large, showy flowers on this Brazilian species, one or two at a time. They grow well in a pot, basket or on bark. Grow minimum 12°C in winter, in a shady summer position. Young plants potted in 7cm pots in medium bark. The average height of the plant, including the pot is 20cm. ..
    Large, showy flowers on this Brazilian species, one or two at a tim...
    £7.00
    Based on 1 reviews.
  • Miltonia spectabilis
    Large, showy flowers on this Brazilian species, one or two at a time. They grow well in a pot, basket or on bark. Grow minimum 12°C in winter, in a shady summer position.       ..
    Large, showy flowers on this Brazilian species, one or two at a tim...
    £20.00
    Based on 1 reviews.
  • Miltonia Sunset
    A stunning combination of pink and yellow on showy flowers. Grow in intermediate temperature minimum 12°C in a shady position out of summer sun. Mist the leaves regularly and water sparingly. Closely related to the Miltoniopsis Pansy Orchids. ..
    A stunning combination of pink and yellow on showy flowers. Grow in...
    £20.00
    Based on 2 reviews.
  • Miltoniopsis Pink Cadillac
    The showy and colourful Miltoniopsis ‘Pansy Orchids’ make popular houseplants.  They originate from the Colombian mountains where they grow in the cloud forest where it is shady and humid. Keep a minimum of 12°C in winter and out of direct sun. Mist the leaves regularly to creat..
    The showy and colourful Miltoniopsis ‘Pansy Orchids’ ma...
    £20.00
  • Nitidobulbon nasutum
    Formally a member of the Maxillaria family, this is a large growing plant with long leaves and triangular flowers around the base of the plant. The olive green petals and sepals and deep red lip make an interesting contrast. Originally from Central and South America and intermediate growing. &nbs..
    Formally a member of the Maxillaria family, this is a large growing...
    £25.00