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Sarcochilus
These hardy Phalaenopsis relatives from Australia are some of the most prolific of orchids. Tolerant to both heat and cold, growing both in or out of the glass house. (27F-100F)

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Sarcochilus ceciliae
Sarcochilus ceciliae
This tiny Australian species can continue flowering for months! Sprays of vibrant, hot-pink flowers bloom on this exceptional miniature. Its succulent-like foliage is mature at about two inches tall, and the sequentially blooming flowers sprays can reach up to five inches long! We grow this very well outdoors with our Cymbidiums, but it could also be grown indoors with bright light. . Temperature Tolerant. April - May - June blooming. Species from Australia.
Orchid of the Day: April 5, 2015
starting at
$17.50
Sarcochilus Dorrigo
Sarcochilus Dorrigo
The larger flowers and compact foliage of this charming mounted plant can certainly be attributed to its being 75% Sarcochilus falcatus! The round, pearl-like flowers are white and have a gold and red lip, and bloom along an arching to pendant spray. From the cross between Sarcochilus Melba and Sarcochilus falcatus. . Temperature Tolerant. May blooming.
Orchid of the Day: May 6, 2015
starting at
$45.00
Sarcochilus falcatus Large Flowered form
Sarcochilus falcatus Large Flowered form
This is the large flowered form of this great, hard-to-come-by Australian species. This species is also sought after for its delicate, sweet scent, which is a very unusual characteristic for members of the Sarcochilus genus. . Temperature Tolerant. April blooming. Species from Australia.
Orchid of the Day: April 7, 2015
starting at
$60.00
Sarcochilus fitzgeraldii
Sarcochilus fitzgeraldii
This charming species grows as a lithophyte in its native Australia, therefore you will find the plants offered here well established in a granite potting mix. Grows great alongside cymbidiums or in intermediate conditions. Temperature Tolerant. Species from Australia.
Orchid of the Day: April 4, 2011
starting at
$25.00
Sarcochilus hartmannii
Sarcochilus hartmannii
A very fine selected variety of this great species, sarcochilus hartmanii. Big (for the species) round flowers, easy to grow. Temperature Tolerant. April - May blooming. Species from Australia.
Orchid of the Day: March 23, 2008
starting at
$25.00
Sarcochilus hartmannii var. alba
Sarcochilus hartmannii var. alba
An alba-white variety of this great species from Australia! The crystalline, white flowers are accented by a yellow lip, and bloom on cascading flower spikes, which grow longer on large specimens. Exceptionally willing to bloom, and grows to form breathtaking specimens! . Temperature Tolerant. March - April blooming. Species from Australia.
Orchid of the Day: March 13, 2015
starting at
$25.00
Sarcochilus hartmannii 'Blue Knob'
Sarcochilus hartmannii 'Blue Knob'
The rare, famous, and sought after large-flowered form of this choice clone of Sarcochilus hartmanii! Collected from Blue Knob Mountain, N.S.W., Australia, where it is no longer found. It is very hardy and blooms every spring with stunning sprays of crystalline, white flowers. The center of the flower is subtlely marked with, and lip has golden-yellow marks. . Temperature Tolerant. April - May blooming. Species from Australia.
Orchid of the Day: March 7, 2015
starting at
$35.00
Sarcochilus hartmannii 'Cloudland'
Sarcochilus hartmannii 'Cloudland'
A very fine variety of this showy and easy to grow genus. From the cross of Sarcochilus hartmannii 'George', AM/AOC, and Sarcochilus hartmannii 'Herman'. Temperature Tolerant. May blooming. Species from Australia.
Orchid of the Day: April 8, 2014
starting at
$35.00
Sarcochilus hartmannii 'Early Bird'
Sarcochilus hartmannii 'Early Bird'
The earliest blooming variety of this floriferous, Australian relative of the Phalaenopsis. We grow these potted, in hanging pots and baskets, or mounted on cork slab, and in the same conditions as our Cymbidiums! . Temperature Tolerant. March blooming. Species from Australia.
Orchid of the Day: January 30, 2015
starting at
$35.00
Sarcochilus hartmannii 'Mothers Day Late'
Sarcochilus hartmannii 'Mothers Day Late'
Our latest blooming variety of this outstanding Australian species. Always blooming for Mother's Day and beyond. Temperature Tolerant. May blooming. Species from Australia.
Orchid of the Day: April 24, 2011
starting at
$25.00
Sarcochilus hartmannii 'Santa Barbara', HCC/AOS
Sarcochilus hartmannii 'Santa Barbara', HCC/AOS
This awarded variety of this hardy Australian species has crystalline-white flowers with burgundy-red spots and lip white with yellow crest. Temperature Tolerant. April - May blooming. Species from Australia.
Orchid of the Day: March 10, 2011
starting at
$35.00
Sarcochilus Heidi
Sarcochilus Heidi
Round, paper-white flowers on upright stems. A wonderful, easy to do, temperature tolerant plant. Sarcochilus Heidi is a hybrid between the species sarcochilus hartmanii and sarcochilus Fitzhart (sarc. hartmanii X sarc. fitzgeraldii). Temperature Tolerant. April blooming.
Orchid of the Day: March 11, 2012
starting at
$25.00
Sarcochilus Heidi 'Glitter Girl'
Sarcochilus Heidi 'Glitter Girl'
This miniature orchid does all it can to attract attention! The general color of these dime-sized flowers is a medium rose-pink, but there are lots of other accents going on: central concentric red patterning, bright white undertones, and a vibrant yellow patch on the midlobe of the lip. Overall height when in bloom is about 8 inches tall. . Temperature Tolerant. March - April blooming.
Orchid of the Day: March 6, 2014
starting at
$35.00
Sarcochilus Heidi 'Rosy-Pink'
Sarcochilus Heidi 'Rosy-Pink'
An unusual color form of this cross between hartmannii and Fitzhart. The base color is fairly even rose, but with red in the center. Temperature Tolerant. April - May blooming.
Orchid of the Day: April 6, 2013
starting at
$35.00
Sarcochilus Hot Santa 'Caught Hot'
Sarcochilus Hot Santa 'Caught Hot'
A few plants from this cross have been particularly striking, with bold red markings over a white base color, and this is one of them! Like most Sarcochilus, this plant is a very compact grower with an overall height of about five inches. We grow our potted Sarcochilus plants in rock, and as a result we never have to repot them. (for a detailed explanation see our Cattleya potting information on our "growing guides" link at the top of the page) They grow upwards and outwards at about the same speed, so they quickly form nice specimens. . Temperature Tolerant. April blooming.
Orchid of the Day: April 5, 2014
starting at
$50.00
Sarcochilus Hot Santa 'Cossack'
Sarcochilus Hot Santa 'Cossack'
One of the darkest cultivars from this cross of Hot Ice and Flair. Red on both front and back of flowers makes for a beautiful display. Temperature Tolerant. April - May blooming.
Orchid of the Day: March 12, 2012
starting at
$100.00
Sarcochilus Hot Santa 'Hot N Sassy', HCC/AOS
Sarcochilus Hot Santa 'Hot N Sassy', HCC/AOS
The first of this cross to be awarded. The flowers are large (compared to other Sarcochilus) and magenta-red, with a fine pattern of white undertones showing through. The contrasting color of the back of the flowers are white with some color showing through. Overall height when in flower is approximately 6". (If anybody is flowering a Sarcochilus as a windowsill orchid, please let us know -sboe@sborchid.com). . Temperature Tolerant. April blooming. Species from Australia.
Orchid of the Day: February 26, 2014
starting at
$35.00
Sarcochilus Hot Santa 'Hot Spots'
Sarcochilus Hot Santa 'Hot Spots'
This is one of the finest examples of an exciting trend in Sarcochilus hybridizing, the development of dark red varieties. From the cross between Sarcochilus Hot Ice and Sarcochilus Flair. The crystaline flowers are densely marked mauve-red over crisp white, viewed both on front and back. Temperature Tolerant. March - April blooming.
Orchid of the Day: February 21, 2015
starting at
$50.00
Sarcochilus Hot Santa 'Hot Stuff'
Sarcochilus Hot Santa 'Hot Stuff'
The brilliance of color in these red hybrids is a real development in a great genus dominated by white flowers. This cultivar is possibly the most saturated red to come from this cross - Sarchochilus Hot Ice and Sarchochilus Flair. Flowers bloom along a spray up to eight inches long, and individual flower size is about one inch. This miniature plant grows to be about five inches tall! . Temperature Tolerant. April blooming.
Orchid of the Day: April 3, 2015
starting at
$50.00
Sarcochilus Hot Santa 'Red Hot'
Sarcochilus Hot Santa 'Red Hot'
A very dark clone from the cross of Sarcochilus Hot Ice and Flair. The crystaline flowers are densely marked crimson-red over crisp white, viewed both on front and back. Temperature Tolerant. April - May blooming.
Orchid of the Day: March 22, 2013
starting at
$50.00
Sarcochilus Kirra-Lea
Sarcochilus Kirra-Lea
This grex is composed of two of the showiest and hardiest plants of this intriguing Australian genus; the primary hybrid Sarcochilus Heidi and the species Sarcochilus fitzgeraldii. The plants offered here are first bloom seedlings, and so far they have bloomed white and light pink flowers, with rosy markings. . Temperature Tolerant. April - May blooming.
Orchid of the Day: March 16, 2015
starting at
$25.00
Sarcochilus Mavis 'Santa Barbara'
Sarcochilus Mavis 'Santa Barbara'
This plant possesses the blooming profusion, sequential flowering, and erect spike-habit of its Sarcochilus ceciliae parent, along with the large flower genes of its Sarcochilus fitzgeraldii parent. The result is that this plant makes a beautiful miniature, yet mighty specimen! It is common for specimens of this variety to bloom sequentially for two to three months! The beautifully crystalline flowers have a distinctive, pearly shell-pink tint. . Temperature Tolerant. April - May - June blooming.
Orchid of the Day: April 22, 2015
starting at
$17.50
Sarcochilus Melody
Sarcochilus Melody
These seedlings have all come with great color contrast and good shape. A cross from the Australian species fitzgeraldii and primary hybrid Melba, you can count on these to be easy growers and prolific bloomers. Temperature Tolerant. Spring and Summer blooming.
Orchid of the Day: May 24, 2006
starting at
$35.00
Sarcochilus Sweetheart 'Gold Dot'
Sarcochilus Sweetheart 'Gold Dot'
The flowers on this select cultivar from the crossing of Fitzhart and Heidi have clear white sepals and petals and lips of solid gold. The plant is compact with overall height of only ten inches. Temperature Tolerant. May blooming.
Orchid of the Day: March 15, 2011
starting at
$25.00
Specimen Sarcochilus
In nature these colorful spring bloomers grow exclusively on rocks, but in cultivation they grow well mounted on trees and fences, tucked into rock work, and in hanging slatted wooden baskets. The attractive foliage is compact, its fleshy leaves and distinctive growth habit give it an appealing, almost succulent appearance. These orchids are famous for their eagerness to flower. Shaped like cherry blossoms, their blooms come in various shades and combinations of white, pink, and red.

Specimens ranging from $50 to $350 depending on size and variety.
starting at
$50.00

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