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Sobralias
Graceful bamboo like orchids make wonderful garden specimens. These hardy species and hybrids have flowers that last for up to six days and repeeat bloom 3-5 times so as to give flowers for a month or more. The quickly grow in large specimens in tubs or garden clumps. (28°F-100°F)
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Sobralia decora 'Santa Barbara'
Sobralia decora 'Santa Barbara'
Crystalline, pale pink flowers with dark centers on very dark 2-foot canes with attractive, broad leaves. An easy to grow plant that blooms year-round! Alas, like all Sobralias, the flowers are very short lived. Intermediate growing. June - July blooming. Species from Central America.
Orchid of the Day: June 10, 2008
starting at
$35.00
Sobralia macrantha var. white
Sobralia macrantha var. white
This species is remarkable for both its beautiful bamboo like foliage as well as its shock of large white cattleya-like flowers. While individual flowers are short lived, mature plants have a sequential blooming habit which can produce flowers for over a month. Temperature Tolerant. July blooming. Species from Central America.
Orchid of the Day: July 8, 2010
starting at
$50.00
Sobralia macrantha 'Bolin', HCC/AOS
Sobralia macrantha 'Bolin', HCC/AOS
The darkest, biggest, and most beautiful species of the Sobralia's. The natural spread of this flower is recorded in the AOS Awards Quarterly as measuring over 7 inches. This species is cold-tolerant; having survived temperatures down to 27 degrees in the winter of 1998. Temperature Tolerant. Summer blooming. Species from Central America.
Orchid of the Day: June 11, 2003
starting at
$75.00
Specimen Sobralias
Specimen Sobralias
These hardy Central American orchids grow clumped together, and their attractive 3 –5 foot tall foliage is strongly reminiscent of bamboo. They boast large 4 – 6 inch showy flowers, similar to the look of classic cattleya flowers, that grow on top of the plant’s canes in summer. Each top that blooms will flower several times in the blooming season. The flowers are charming shades of pink, purple, yellow, and white. Grown best in ground beds or large containers.

Specimens range from $100 to $250 depending on size and variety.
starting at
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