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Brassocattleya Astral Waif 'Crothers'
Brassocattleya Astral Waif 'Crothers'
These large, showy, lavender-pink flowers have an eye-catching lip of red-pink and gold. A great compact growing plant, from the cross between Brassavola glauca and Cattleya Bob Betts.
Orchid of the Day: January 15, 2016
Temperature Tolerant
February - March blooming
Prices
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$35.00
Brassocattleya Calypso
Brassocattleya Calypso
An enchanting flower that visitors to our nursery can't help but admire! These large blooms are vibrant powder-pink, and the broad white and lilac lip has a fringed edge. This flower is more pink, and less purple, than its half sibling, Brassocattleya Cordelia, with whom it shares Rhyncolaelia digbyana as a parent. The other parent of the plant offered here, Cattleya bicolor, is what gives these plants their outdoor hardiness. The plant stands eighteen inches tall. .
Orchid of the Day: May 2, 2016
Temperature Tolerant
May blooming
Prices
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$35.00
Brassocattleya Cordelia
Brassocattleya Cordelia
A select flower from the cross between Rhyncolaelia digbyana and Cattleya intermedia. The color and temperature tolerance come from it Cattleya intermedia parent; its good size and showy, fimbriated labellum comes from the Rhyncolaelia digbyana.
Orchid of the Day: June 2, 2013
Temperature Tolerant
June - July blooming
Prices
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$35.00
Brassocattleya Lilliputian Princess - seedlings
Brassocattleya Lilliputian Princess - seedlings
These cheery, first bloom seedlings are from the cross between Brassavola perinii and Cattleya loddigesii. The flowers of this resilient plant range in color from cream to pink. .
Orchid of the Day: May 13, 2016
Temperature Tolerant
May and June blooming
Prices
start at

$25.00
Brassocattleya Maikai 'Mayumi'
Brassocattleya Maikai 'Mayumi'
This primary hybrid produces vibrant lavender-pink flower clusters, with lips that have a pattern of darker stripes. A prolific grower, this plant has received no less than three certificates of culture merit from the American Orchid Society. From the cross between Brassavola nodosa and Cattleya bowringiana. .
Orchid of the Day: January 3, 2015
Temperature Tolerant
January - February blooming
Prices
start at

$17.50
Brassocattleya Maikai 'Mayumi'
Brassocattleya Maikai 'Mayumi'
This primary hybrid produces vibrant lavender-pink flower clusters, with lips that have a pattern of darker stripes. A prolific grower, this plant has received no less than three certificates of culture merit from the American Orchid Society. From the cross between Brassavola nodosa and Cattleya bowringiana. .
Orchid of the Day: January 6, 2016
Temperature Tolerant
January - February blooming
Prices
start at

$17.50
Brassocattleya Marcella Koss 'Pink Marvel', AM/AOS
Brassocattleya Marcella Koss 'Pink Marvel', AM/AOS
We have 'marveled' year after year at this huge and lush Cattleya for its willingness to grow and bloom right alongside the cool-loving Cymbidiums here at the nursery. These extraordinary flowers are nearly seven inches across, and are an uncommon, vibrant powder-pink color with ruffled edges, a golden throat, and a light, sweet fragrance. There is also good reason to be equally enthusiastic about its bloom season, since there are so few large, colorful Cattleyas that bloom this time of year! .
Orchid of the Day: September 28, 2015
Temperature Tolerant
September-October blooming
Prices
start at

$50.00
Brassocattleya Pastoral 'Innocence'
Brassocattleya Pastoral 'Innocence'
A huge and beautiful, classic 'corsage-type' Cattleya. The brilliant white flowers can be up to seven inches across, and accented by vibrant yellow in the throat and a little, purple stripe on the frilled lip. Larger plants can have up to four of these huge flowers per cluster! Light fragrance is spicy. .
Orchid of the Day: December 16, 2015
Temperature Tolerant
December blooming
Prices
start at

$50.00
Brassolaelia Morning Glory 'H and R', AM/AOS
Brassolaelia Morning Glory 'H and R', AM/AOS
This stunning cultivar had flowers with an overall width of over six inches when it was awarded an Award of Merit from the American Orchid Society. The flowers are light pink with a large lip with colorful veination. From the intriguing cross of Brasavola nodosa and Laelia purpurata. Intermediate (to probable temperature tolerance) growing conditions. .
Orchid of the Day: February 25, 2014
Intermediate growing
February - March blooming
Prices
start at

$25.00
Brassolaelia Sea Urchin 'Pearl Queen'
Brassolaelia Sea Urchin 'Pearl Queen'
One of our favorite orchids! It has an distinctive shape with an unusually large lip. The petals are creamy-white, the sepals a light pink, and the white lip has a stripe of yellow and red throat. A very hardy, a rewarding plant that blooms periodically throughout the year! A primary hybrid between Brassovola glauca and Laelia anceps. .
Orchid of the Day: December 9, 2015
Temperature Tolerant
January - February blooming
Prices
start at

$25.00
Brassolaelia Sea Urchin 'Pearl Queen'
Brassolaelia Sea Urchin 'Pearl Queen'
One of our favorite orchids! Sweet fragrance and an unusual shape with a distinct large lip. The true petals are cream-white, and the sepals have a blush of light pink. A very hardy plants that often blooms periodically throughout the year! A primary hybrid between Brassovola glauca and Laelia anceps. .
Orchid of the Day: June 18, 2005
Temperature Tolerant
November - December blooming
Prices
start at

$25.00
Brassolaelia Sea Urchin 'Pinkie'
Brassolaelia Sea Urchin 'Pinkie'
The lesser known pink variety of one of our favorite orchids! Sweet fragrance, and an unusual shape with a distinct large lip. Temperature tolerant, very hardy, a rewarding plant that blooms throughout the year! A primary hybrid between brassovola glauca and laelia anceps.
Orchid of the Day: August 1, 2011
Temperature Tolerant
November - December blooming
Prices
start at

$25.00
Brassolaelia Sea Urchin 'Satin Doll'
Brassolaelia Sea Urchin 'Satin Doll'
The darkest color cultivar from this primary hybrid of Laelia anceps and Brassovola glauca. It is very free flowering, and will even bloom an occasional off-season spike! Light, sweet fragrance. .
Orchid of the Day: August 6, 2014
Temperature Tolerant
November - December blooming
Prices
start at

$25.00
Brassolaeliocattleya Adventurer 'Crothers'
Brassolaeliocattleya Adventurer 'Crothers'
A charming, very reliable blooming, compact, Cattleya hybrid. Flower count is only two per spike on young divisions, but you can expect six to seven on mature plants. It grows well outdoors with our Cymbidiums, but it should also do well indoors under bright, intermediate conditions. .
Orchid of the Day: September 23, 2012
Temperature Tolerant
October-November blooming
Prices
start at

$35.00
Brassolaeliocattleya Beacon Mountain 'Luscious'
Brassolaeliocattleya Beacon Mountain 'Luscious'
A spectacular Cattleya! This large, showy flower is lilac-pink with dazzling fuchsia splash-petal coloring, a deep fuchsia lip, and ruffling along the true petals and lip. From the cross between Cattleya Interglossa and Brassolaelioattleya Coronet Bay. .
Orchid of the Day: April 29, 2016
Temperature Tolerant
April blooming
Prices
start at

$50.00
Brassolaeliocattleya Bold Ruler 'Summer Magic'
Brassolaeliocattleya Bold Ruler 'Summer Magic'
Large, dark lavender, flowers with a purple lip and yellow venation in the throat. Light rose-like fragrance. Very free-blooming.
Orchid of the Day: October 6, 2010
Temperature Tolerant
September-October blooming
Prices
start at

$50.00
Brassolaeliocattleya Bryce Canyon 'Splendiferous', AM/AOS
Brassolaeliocattleya Bryce Canyon 'Splendiferous', AM/AOS
A gorgeous, full flowered, fall blooming, bright magenta-purple variety. Grows well outdoors with the Cymbidiums, or indoors with the other uni-foliate Cattleyas. .
Orchid of the Day: September 30, 2008
Temperature Tolerant
October blooming
Prices
start at

$50.00
Brassolaeliocattleya Chrissy Compton 'Lucille'
Brassolaeliocattleya Chrissy Compton 'Lucille'
This plant puts on a spectacular show! The large flowers are vibrant dusky-pink with a rich magenta petal-splash and a deep magenta-red lip. It grows well outdoors here at the nursery with the Cymbidiums. .
Orchid of the Day: April 18, 2016
Temperature Tolerant
April blooming
Prices
start at

$50.00
Brassolaeliocattleya Cinco De Mayo
Brassolaeliocattleya Cinco De Mayo
Flowers five and a half inches wide, of clear lavender-pink, are displayed on this hybrid between Laelia anceps and Brassocattleya Languedoc. .
Orchid of the Day: April 9, 2013
Temperature Tolerant
April - May blooming
Prices
start at

$35.00
Brassolaeliocattleya Empress Worsley 'Roman Holiday', HCC/AOS
Brassolaeliocattleya Empress Worsley 'Roman Holiday', HCC/AOS
Well named for its beautiful fireworks-like explosion of colors, spots, and trailers. Appreciated here in Santa Barbara for its willingness to bloom and temperature tolerance.
Orchid of the Day: July 17, 2010
Temperature Tolerant
August - September blooming
Prices
start at

$35.00
Brassolaeliocattleya Everything Nice 'Showtime', HCC/AOS
Brassolaeliocattleya Everything Nice 'Showtime', HCC/AOS
Everything is nice about this delightful compact green Cattleya hybrid. We grow these outdoors, but expect they'd be just as at home indoors in bright filtered light. .
Orchid of the Day: June 29, 2009
Temperature Tolerant
July - August blooming
Prices
start at

$25.00
Brassolaeliocattleya Hawaiian Passion 'Carmela', HCC/AOS
Brassolaeliocattleya Hawaiian Passion 'Carmela', HCC/AOS
A fragrant, compact growing Cattleya. The vibrant, chartreuse-green flowers have a waxy, buttery yellow lip. The overall height of this plant, when in bloom, is about 14 inches tall. Once the flowers mature they produce a sweetly citrus-like fragrance. .
Orchid of the Day: July 28, 2015
Temperature Tolerant
July - August blooming
Prices
start at

$35.00
Brassolaeliocattleya Mac Lambert
Brassolaeliocattleya Mac Lambert
A fragrant and beautiful Autumn bloomer! These shimmering, lavender-pink flowers have a bright yellow center and bloom in large clusters at the end of slender, arching stems. From the cross between Blc. Wake Island and Laelia autumnalis. .
Orchid of the Day: August 21, 2016
Temperature Tolerant
September blooming
Prices
start at

$35.00
Brassolaeliocattleya Memoria Vida Lee 'Limelight', AM/AOS
Brassolaeliocattleya Memoria Vida Lee 'Limelight', AM/AOS
A lovely color combination of the green sepals and petals and a large, heavily marked, purple-pink lip. The flowers are over four inches across. From the crossing Brassocattleya Binosa and Laeliocattleya Brazilian Treasure.
Orchid of the Day: August 12, 2015
Temperature Tolerant
August - September blooming
Prices
start at

$35.00
Brassolaeliocattleya Michelle Rehfield 'Orangeree'
Brassolaeliocattleya Michelle Rehfield 'Orangeree'
It is hard to miss the bright orange flowers of this free blooming variety. The inflorescences are clusters of 5 to 8 flowers. The three inch flowers are a vibrant orange with golden undertones. The overall height when in bloom is approximately 24 inches tall.
Orchid of the Day: March 3, 2014
Temperature Tolerant
March - April blooming
Prices
start at

$35.00
Brassolaeliocattleya Momilani Rainbow 'The Gypsy'
Brassolaeliocattleya Momilani Rainbow 'The Gypsy'
Exceptional color! We have found this multicolor Brassolaeliocattleya to be a terrific grower and bloomer, with a delicate, bright rosy fragrance. A soft peach-yellow with bright yellow and pink splash. Temperature tolerant. Multiple 3.5 inch blooms on the inflorescenses, and the plant stands about a foot tall.
Orchid of the Day: October 16, 2010
Temperature Tolerant
November - December blooming
Prices
start at

$35.00
Brassolaeliocattleya My My
Brassolaeliocattleya My My
This large flowered and prolific Cattleya features an unusual color of salmon and deep lavender-pink, and the lip is a rich red with a deep yellow throat. This bloom also produces a beautifully sweet fragrance. A famous Rod McLellan cross. .
Orchid of the Day: November 29, 2015
Temperature Tolerant
December blooming
Prices
start at

$50.00
Cattleya ( Landate x tigrina ) seedling
Cattleya ( Landate x tigrina ) seedling
This cross gives you many of the qualities of Cattleya tigrina, such as its rich color, potent fragrance, and temperature tolerance. Yet it has the more compact growing habit that is contributed by Cattleya aclandiae, a parent of Cattleya Landate. The flowers are amber green under rosy suffusion heavily overlaid with burgundy spots, and the lip is hot magenta-pink. The scent is spicy and sweet. .
Orchid of the Day: July 9, 2015
Temperature Tolerant
July - August blooming
SOLD OUT
Cattleya Alfresco 'St Tropez'
Cattleya Alfresco 'St Tropez'
A lush and free-flowering classic Cattleya. This one remains compact, however, unlike some in this group that can get quite vegetatively large. The flowers are over five inches across and completely white, with the exception of some intense yellow at the throat. Lightly Fragrant. .
Orchid of the Day: November 24, 2013
Temperature Tolerant
December blooming
Prices
start at

$50.00
Cattleya Arctic Star 'Snow Queen'
Cattleya Arctic Star 'Snow Queen'
A lush and temperature-tolerant Cattleya. The large, alba-white flowers are bright white with a vibrant yellow patch on the lip. With its heritage being nearly half Cattleya loddigesii this plant shares the bifoliate growth habit, and has taken temperatures down to 32 F. .
Orchid of the Day: December 13, 2015
Temperature Tolerant
December - January blooming
Prices
start at

$50.00
Cattleya Big Ben
Cattleya Big Ben
This Cattleya has it all: five-inch wide flowers, as many as eight flowers to a cluster, and a free-blooming nature when grown either outdoors with the Cymbidiums, or indoors in bright light. The large flowers are a lilac-pink color, with a prominent dark magenta lip. From the crossing between Cattleya Portia and Cattleya mossiae. The overall height is approximately two feet tall. .
Orchid of the Day: April 8, 2016
Temperature Tolerant
April - May blooming
SOLD OUT
Cattleya Brabantiae
Cattleya Brabantiae
Vibrant pink blooms with burgundy-red spotting. A primary hybrid between the indoor, spotted green Cattleya aclandiae and the super resilient, outdoor, solid pink Cattleya loddigesii. While this plant shares the shorter, compact foliage and patterned flowers of its indoor parent, it continues to exhibit the outdoor parent's cold hardiness; we have been growing and re-blooming it in our outdoor areas which go down to 28 degrees F in the Winter! These flowers also have a sweet and citrus-like fragrance. .
Orchid of the Day: July 19, 2016
Temperature Tolerant
July - August blooming
Prices
start at

$25.00
Cattleya Calummata
Cattleya Calummata
Spots, compact growth habit, temperature tolerance, and spring blooming. Just what you would expect from the crossing of these two Brazilian species, intermedia and aclandiae. Flowers are about three inches across with a base color of light pink and are covered with dark spots. Lip is a deep magenta. Overall height is about 12 inches.
Orchid of the Day: April 11, 2012
Temperature Tolerant
May-June blooming
Prices
start at

$17.50
Cattleya Cat Couture fma. coerulea
Cattleya Cat Couture fma. coerulea
From the cross between C. Little Leopard and C. loddigesii comes this exquisite hybrid! This flower combines every bit of the elegance it gets from its species parent with the playful 'jungle cat' spots of the other. To top it all off the plants offered here are the coerulea color form, so they also taut that uncommon, sultry, 'blue' hue! Please note that the color of these flowers depends upon bright light conditions to develop intensity; the flowers naturally open blanched, but if not given enough light they will remain anemic in color. Like its parents this plant is an excellent outdoor grower and Cymbidium companion. .
Orchid of the Day: August 19, 2016
Temperature Tolerant
August blooming
Prices
start at

$35.00
Cattleya Claesiana var. coerulea
Cattleya Claesiana var. coerulea
There is nice hybrid vigor in this primary hybrid between the "blue" forms of two Brazilian Cattleya species, intermedia and loddigesii. The seedlings from this grex have been very hardy and free-blooming. Flower color is a pale "blue"-toned white.
Orchid of the Day: June 3, 2016
Temperature Tolerant
August - September blooming
SOLD OUT
Cattleya Claesiana 'Spring Queen'
Cattleya Claesiana 'Spring Queen'
The round, shapely flowers of this truly queenly plant quickly catch the eye! The blooms open pale pink and quickly mature to a lovely lilac-pink with bright lavender veination around the margins. This resilient, eager to bloom primary hybrid is from the cross between two of our favorite Brazilians, Cattleya intermedia and Cattleya loddigesii. .
Orchid of the Day: March 14, 2015
Temperature Tolerant
March blooming
Prices
start at

$35.00
Cattleya Clarissa 'Fanfare Gaiety'
Cattleya Clarissa 'Fanfare Gaiety'
Another vibrant (and fragrant!) beacon that adds color to this relatively sparse season. Here we've re-made this colorful, classic primary hybrid, which was first registered in 1902; it is from the cross between Cattleya loddigesii and Cattleya mendelii. The flower's perky shape and brilliant lip marking comes from the Colombian Cattleya mendelii parent, and its temperature tolerance and a free-flowering character from the Brazilian Cattleya loddigesii. The flower's color intensifies in bright light with maturity. The sweet fragrance has a distinct lemon-like scent. .
Orchid of the Day: October 5, 2015
Temperature Tolerant
October blooming
Prices
start at

$25.00
Cattleya Dresden
Cattleya Dresden
Cattleya Claesiana (intermedia x loddigesii) has a long history of temperature tolerance along with a free-flowering habit. The summer blooming unifoliate South American species, Cattleya gaskelliana, has also shown temperature tolerance, but with larger showier flowers. The seedlings to bloom thus far from the crossing of these two have been very nice. Colors have been light to medium lavender, lips white with a broad patch of yellow in the throat. Some have been lightly fragrant.
Orchid of the Day: August 12, 2011
Temperature Tolerant
August - September blooming
Prices
start at

$25.00
Cattleya Elsie Hetherington
Cattleya Elsie Hetherington
Beautiful color and shape on this queenly flower. This plant's name honors the memory of the wife of Ernest Hetherington, one of the most beloved orchid experts. A particularly vibrant pink color, with an exceptionally round and flat shape. The plants offered here are divisions from select varieties. .
Orchid of the Day: July 17, 2016
Temperature Tolerant
July blooming
Prices
start at

$35.00
Cattleya Frasquita
Cattleya Frasquita
A cross between the two Brazilian species; C. bicolor and C. velutina, these seedlings have proven themselves for both their beauty as well as their hardiness. Colors range from green-bronze to brown, though all have retained the rose C. bicolor lip marking.
Orchid of the Day: August 21, 2010
Temperature Tolerant
September-October blooming
Prices
start at

$35.00
Cattleya Frasquita 'Suntan'
Cattleya Frasquita 'Suntan'
The tall pseudobulbs, inherited from Cattleya bicolor, hold the long-lasting clusters of this select flower high above the plant. The flowers are a rich, golden brown and the lip is nearly solid hot-pink with a yellow mark at the throat. Both parents pass down temperature tolerance. From the cross of Cattleya bicolor and Cattleya velutina. .
Orchid of the Day: August 9, 2014
Temperature Tolerant
August - September blooming
SOLD OUT
Cattleya Gaudii
Cattleya Gaudii
These great seedlings tend to display an unusual, steely mauve color reminiscence of silver blue with rosy suffusion and some burgundy spots. Some have bloomed with a lovely fragrance. A primary hybrid between a dark variety of Cattleya tigrina, and the "blue" form Cattleya loddigesii fma. coerulea 'Blue Sky'. An easy grower and bloomer. Previously called Cattleya Patrocinii. .
Orchid of the Day: July 21, 2016
Temperature Tolerant
July - August blooming
Prices
start at

$25.00
Cattleya Gaudii 'Irish Romance'
Cattleya Gaudii 'Irish Romance'
These maroon and watermelon-pink flowers with dense, burgundy speckles bloom in clusters of up to eight flowers. The lip is dusky magenta with a bright yellow accent mark at throat. Lightly fragrant. From the cross of Cattleya tigrina (syn. leopoldii) and Cattleya loddigesii. .
Orchid of the Day: July 13, 2013
Temperature Tolerant
July - August blooming
SOLD OUT
Cattleya Guatemalensis
Cattleya Guatemalensis
A free growing and flowering plant, with clusters of 2-inch cattleya flowers. Colors vary; no plant is quite alike!
Orchid of the Day: October 28, 2006
Intermediate growing
Prices
start at

$25.00
Cattleya Hawaiian Variable 'Tropicana'
Cattleya Hawaiian Variable 'Tropicana'
An excellent Cattleya, with a hard-to-find orange color! These flowers are a captivating cantaloupe-orange color sporting bright fuchsia-red speckles, and the lip is a peppy bright pink. These blooms grow in clusters of up to seven flowers. .
Orchid of the Day: July 4, 2015
Temperature Tolerant
July blooming
Prices
start at

$75.00
Cattleya Heathii
Cattleya Heathii
From the primary cross between Cattleya loddigesii and Cattleya walkeriana. The flower looks very much like the former, but takes after the later in its more compact growth habit and slightly larger, rounder flowers. The flower color is a lavender-pink. Originally crossed in 1907. .
Orchid of the Day: May 20, 2016
Temperature Tolerant
June - July blooming
Prices
start at

$25.00
Cattleya Henrietta Japhet 'Lines', AM/AOS
Cattleya Henrietta Japhet 'Lines', AM/AOS
Another exemplary alba Cattleya to inspire awe and delight. The shapely, broad flowers are bright white with a vibrant yellow lip accent. This classically elegant Cattley has thrived outdoors here, and has taken temperatures down to 32 F! .
Orchid of the Day: February 9, 2016
Temperature Tolerant
February blooming
Prices
start at

$50.00
Cattleya Holdenii fma. coerulea
Cattleya Holdenii fma. coerulea
This lush, primary hybrid puts on a show brimming with elegance. The large, shapely flowers have a soft "blue" hue, and the broad, ruffled lip is cream with a small streak of vibrant blue. From the cross between Cattleya intermedia and Cattleya warneri. .
Orchid of the Day: April 5, 2016
Temperature Tolerant
April blooming
Prices
start at

$35.00
Cattleya Janice Evans 'Martin'
Cattleya Janice Evans 'Martin'
This gorgeous and shapely pink flower is huge! These flowers can be up to six inches wide and bloom in clusters of as many as five per stem. The broad lip is a vibrant burgundy-red with a golden throat. The plant stands about one foot tall and grows happily outdoors alongside our Cymbidiums. .
Orchid of the Day: March 28, 2016
Temperature Tolerant
April blooming
Prices
start at

$35.00
Cattleya Landate
Cattleya Landate
This outstanding primary hybrid comes from the cross between the fragrant, spotted green Cattleya aclandiae and the speckled bronze Cattleya tigrina (syn. leopoldii). All of the plants offered here have been grown outdoors, but they should also do well under intermediate conditions. .
Orchid of the Day: May 12, 2015
Temperature Tolerant
June blooming
Prices
start at

$25.00
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Sophrolaeliocattleya
Sophronitella
Specimen
Spiranthes
Spring Open house
Stanhopea
Stelis
Stenia
Stenoglottis
Stenorrhynchus
Summer Open House
Supplies
Tolumnia
Trichopilia
Trichosalpinx
Vanda
Vanilla
Vuylstekeara
Zygopabstia
Zygopetalum
Zygostates