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CYMBIDIUMS

WHITE
Jung Frau ‘Dos Pueblos’
Nancy Brown
Winter Bride ‘BVF 18198’
Enzan Dream ‘Pastoral’
Swan Lake ‘White’
Nancy Brown ‘St. Elizabeth’
HazelTyres ‘Sta. Maria’ x ‘Woody Wilson’ ‘Cotton Candy’
Vacaru x Fancy Free ‘Voyager’

YELLOW
Moonstone
Golden Elf ‘Sundust’
Flourish
‘Joint Venture’
Guilded Angel ‘Buttercup’ x Karen ‘Mokai Sunset’
Apple Jack ‘Solara Beach’ x Coraki ‘Margaret’
Client ‘Whispering’
Lemon Butter ‘Solana Gold’ x Rozel Bay ‘ Mont Millais’
Wacky ‘Peldric Pink’
Wyandotte ‘Orange Queen’ x Teeedle Dee ’18 Carat’
Valya Craig ‘Sutherland’
Double Eagle ‘Isabelle’
Mary Pinchess ‘Del Rey’ HCC/AOS
‘Charmnant’
Princess Elizabeth ‘Thunderbird’

GREEN

Via Verde ‘Dawn’
Lowianum ‘Pitts’
Red Beauty ‘Rembrandt’ FCC/RHS x Pontac ‘Trinity’AM/RHS
[Via Ireland ‘Delightful’ (Pendragon x Cameliard) ‘Yellow Sunset’] ‘Shamrock’
Ora Lee x ‘Lowianum’
‘Green Glass’ x ‘Lowianum’
‘Sunset Dawn’ x ‘Arroyo Burro’
‘Green Glass’ AM/AOS x ‘Coronulla 4N’
Pure Spirit [Sussex Dawn x Via Verde]
Disney ----‘Fantasia’
Lovely Valley 'Peace to the World'

PINK
Gracie Allan ‘Bright Pink’
Gracie Allan ‘Pink’
Sweetheart ‘Sensation’
Mesa Zia ‘Preview”
Hallelujah
Summer Pearl ‘Sabino’
Kenny ‘Takaki’
‘Summer Love’ x ‘Dianne Folk’
Debbie Ford
Bauble Zot ‘Leopard’ x ‘St. Francis’
Apple Jack ‘Solara Beach’ x Peter Pepper ‘Cinnamon King’
Mar Tranguila ‘Mt. Cook’ x Pink Passion ‘Cloud Nine’
‘Red Beauty’ x ‘Celedon Snow
White Delicacy
Pink Dawn ‘Delight’
Globe Trotter ‘Elizabeth’ x Beacon Fire ‘Greyserland’
Pipeta
Girl Crazy ‘Rosie’ x Solana Rose ‘Charm’
Enchanted Profile
Redvale Bayswater

ORANGE

Might Remus ‘Vintage’
Mighty Sunset ‘Jerry’
Mighty Sunset ‘Barbara’
Mighty Mouse ‘Floricultura’
Madallian
Mighty Remus ‘Enos’
Tewwdle Dee ’18 Carat’ x Lady Spring ‘#3’
Hot Mama

RED/BURGUNDY

Red Knight
Tethy’s x Lowianum
Rudolph’s Nose
Fuss ‘Flamenco’
Subspace ‘Anomaly’
Mighty Mouse ‘Minnie’ 4n x (Palm Beach x Goldilocks ‘Girl’)
[Moyra Easton x (Via Coyote x Via Mar Vista) ‘Sparkle’
Red Beauty ‘Carmen’ x Claude Pepper ‘Stripes’
Mini ‘Mary Bea’
Strathdon ‘Chailey Red’
Salano Beach ‘St. Francis’ x Sensational Vintage ‘The Giant’


PURPLE

Via Rosita ‘Cabernet’
Robert Rowe ‘Frae’
Maggie May ‘Keiki’
Mighty Mouse ‘Minnie’ 4n x (Palm Beach x Goldilocks ‘Girl’)
Rincon Fairy ‘Hawkes Hill’
Claude Pepper ‘Purple Splender’
Purple ‘Amythest’

MISC. COLORS
Lady Lucyx (Pearl Balkis) x Last Tango ‘Greyserland’
Mighty Mouse ‘Minnie’ x Zumma Boyd ‘Solano’
Lowianum ‘Green Oaks’ x Clarisse Austin ‘Embers’
‘Sue’ x ‘Hilfalutin’
Wittwer Winery
Magic Mountain ‘Valentine’
Pippin Baltic Honey ‘Solara Beach’ x Rose Armstrong ‘Kapitt Spring’
Leris Duke ‘John Gulbis’
Pinata ‘Poka Dots’ x (Via Cyote x Via Mar Vista)
Pixie Morre ‘Ceder Grove’ x Lowianum ‘Green Oaks’
Robin ‘Freckles’ x Tethy’s ‘Black Magic’
Tethy’s ‘Butterscotch’
Vidar Harlequin
Trudy
Gracie Allen ‘Crystal’
Gracie Allen ‘Matt’
‘Voyager’
Cymbidium erythrostyllum
Cym. Ensifolium x Grammatophyllum Scriptum Alba 3”
Nut ‘Taida’


PENDULOUS
Morning Shower ‘Tiny Jewel’
Fatal Beauty ‘Firenza’
East Zenith ‘Misty Green’
Herbert George Alexander ‘MOL’ 4n x Wood Nymph ‘Ruby lips’ 4n
Robert Rowe ‘Debbie’ x Richard Taubler ‘Rotarua’
Devon Wine ‘Burgundy’
Pumilow 4n x C. Devonianum
Enzan Harmony ‘MOL’ x Wood Nymph ‘4n’
Ice Cascades
Charmnant


Dozens of Cyms. With No Labels/Name



All other orchids
Stanhopea Embreei
Angcst. Paul Grip ‘Santa Barbara’ x Lyc. Auburn
BC. Lilliputian Princess
Stanhopea Embreei
Den. ‘Kobai’
Grower’s Ramsy
Onc. Twinkle ‘CT Red Fantasy’

ORCHIDS RECENTLY PURCHASED FOR GH (MOSTLY SEEDLINGS)
Colm. ‘Wildcat’
Oncidioda ‘Pacific Swarm’
Zygonisia cynosure ‘Blue Birds’
Vuyl. Saint Sand
Onc. Rosie Sunset ‘Rosebud’
Ryncholaelia digbyana
Schoenorchis fragrans
Lc Mini Purple 'Sato'
Cattleya Bactia 'Grape Wax'
Dendrobium Aggregatum
Cymbidium Ensifolium x Grammatophyllum Scriptum Alba 3"
Dendrobium Mohlianum x Crepidiferum
Dendrobium Nestor
Dendrobium Anosmum
Cattleya Lc. Rojo 'Barbara'
Cattleya BLC Chia Lin 'New City' AOS
Cattleya LC Long River Compton
Orchid Plant-S Dendrobium Burana 'Jade'
Lc. Gold Digger 'Fuch's Mandarin'
Blc. Lawless Freischutz 'Carmel
LC Canhamiana v.Coerulea
Cattleya Three Suns 'Sun'
Cattleya BLC Port of Paradise FCC AOS
Neofinetia falcata


Catt. Seedlings (3 of each kind)
C Bangkok 'Ruby'
POT Burana Beauty 'Burana' HCC/AOS
C La Princesita
C La Princesita LC Angel Heart 'Hihimanu' AM/AOS
LC Mem. Robert Strait 'Blue Hawaii' JC/AOS
BC Norman Holiday 'Handband'
LC Mem. Robert Strait 'Blue Hawaii' JC/AOS
LC Angel Heart 'Hihimanu' AM/AOS
BC Norman Holiday 'Handband'
HKNSA Sogo Doll 'Little Angel' AM/AOS
BLC Hawaiian Passion 'Carmela'
LC Robert Strait 'Lakeland'
POT Sweet Sugar 'Happy Field'

Not Yet Received in Mail
ASCDA Meda Arnold X ASCDA Blue Boy
Mericlone Vanda Ascocenda ASCDA Mimi Palmer 'Teo Boon Hian' HCC/RHT
VMP Mericlone Vanda Ascocenda
ASCDA Irene Dobkin X VASCO Five Frendship
Mericlone Vanda Ascocenda Renanopsis Manila
Mericlone Renanopsis V Dr Anek X V Sanderiana
Hybrid Vanda Strap Leaf V Taweesuksa X V Pimsai No.8
Hybrid Vanda Strap Leaf V Fuches Delight 'Black'
Mericlone Vanda Strap Leaf RHY Gigantea 'red' G Mericlone Rhynchostylis VGD (Vands Gordon Dillon) X JVB (Josephine van Brero)
Mericlone Vanda Strap Leaf V Locirdes Apostal X V Madame Rattana 'Sirilak'



Blc Fatari " Carmela"
Pot Michael Edward Boersma "Carmela"
Pot.Erin Kubayashi Lundquist "Carmela
Blc. King George " Southern Cross
Blc Chia Lin "New City"
Blc. Mac Holmes "Newberry"
Lc.Bonanza Queen Panamint
BLC Greenwich 'Elmhurst' AM AOS

Dendrobium Judy Ruts
Dendrobium Sonia 'Mutation'
Dendrobium Sun Chuli
Dendrobium Burana X Minnie
Dendrobium Pinwattana


BLLRA Marfitch 'Howard's Dream'
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Old 05-06-2008, 03:58 AM
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And not a Paph in sight?
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Kmarch, I will put them on my next shopping list. I'm still trying to figure out the Catts. Any suggestions on which Paph. are good for a beginner? Not doing so good with the Catts. as it is.
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Old 05-06-2008, 07:14 PM
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My Paphs grow beautifully on my east facing windowsill. I think good ones for beginners (I am one) are the Maudiae types and sukhakulii. I have a sukhakulii x Oriental Spice that is growing like mad!

I love Paphs, once you get started it will be hard to stop!
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Old 05-06-2008, 07:26 PM
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Hey--no phals?????? Where are the phals
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I don't see the Cymbidium that I sent.
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Sorry, I have not added the new ones I got from you Jenny or the ones from Little Monster yet. I just finished potting the last of them today. I will add them on by tomorrow. Promise.

I also ordered a few more orchids from e-bay that I will add once I get it.
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I am soooo envious, but in the nice way; I wish I had your skill and expertise (and space!) to grow such a large and beautiful collection. Every time I see your avatar, I swoon a little.

As for paphs - it's a little funny to hear someone with your large and gorgeous collection asking about them, since they're supposed to 'easy' orchids for rank beginners like me!
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Really? I tried a couple of paphs. in the past and they died. I thought they were hard to grow.
I too am new to orchids. The only ones I've grown successfully are the Cymbidiums and a few here and there I've had for several years that I haven't managed to kill.
The question is can I keep all the newly purchased ones alive long enough to put in the GH that is being put up. That's the other problem. My husband it putting it up, sooooo I have a long wait. It took him over a month to put in a new kitchen sink. I was doing dishes in the bathtub for weeks!
I will be getting some Phals. real soon. promise.

Jenny, I'm adding the Cym. you gave me now to the list.
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Post pics of your phals when you get them, okay You're gonna love them
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Really? I tried a couple of paphs. in the past and they died. I thought they were hard to grow.
I've only been not killing them for about a year and a half, and I've found that the tougher the leaf, the tougher the plant ... although I've had very good luck with Miltonias (although one came very, very close to croaking until I figured out they like a lot more light than phals do and more water, too). Paphs seem to be 'cool, dim and moist' A) but ask someone who really knows!!! for advice and B) each plant really does have its own little leafy personality....

on edit: Greenhouse?? Oooooo, now I'm really envious!! If you notice a middle-aged woman with a red sportscar stalking you, that's me - !

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Now I'm envious. A red sports car!
I'm having a visitor from this forum on Saturday already. You are welcome to visit. Just let me know. Of course the GH is not up yet.
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Vanda taweesuksa x Pimsai

Hello,
I need help with my orchids. I bought baby orchids in Tailand and they came in a glass bottle. When it was time to take them out of the bottle, I put them in a vase in orchid substract and buried the roots. After 4 days more or less I notice that they shouldn't be buried and so I put them on top of the substract on vases. I read that they also need plenty sun and humidity so I put them on the sill of a window that receives direct sun until 1pm more or less and started to spray on top of them with water. These days the sun isn't coming out at all (only few second/minutes sometimes).
I think that they're dying and I don't know if it's because they're receiving little sun, or because before they were buried or else.
Can you please help me...
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I agree, where are the phals??
My favorite type is phals, they are just so beautiful
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