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Many years of growing Cattleya percivaliana and trianaei

Many years of growing Cattleya percivaliana and trianaei

Posted by Jerry Fischer on Nov 20th 2019

My son, Jason, has been writing some great blogs for us lately about all sorts of plants. Check out our main blog page in case you have missed any of his posts. Today, I wanted to chime in and high … read more
Laelia anceps, the choice for beginner and expert growers!

Laelia anceps, the choice for beginner and expert growers!

Posted by Jason Fischer on Oct 22nd 2019

It is the time of year again when the Laelia anceps are coming into spike (October), so I thought it would be noteworthy to review this very easy-to-grow Mexican species that is great for beginners … read more
The Stunning Flowers and Foliage of Paphiopedilum Maudiae Types

The Stunning Flowers and Foliage of Paphiopedilum Maudiae Types

Posted by Jason Fischer on Sep 24th 2019

Today I’d like to share some information about one of the most hybridized type of Paphiopedilum, which is known as the ‘Maudiae’ hybrid. This all started in the year 1900, when England’s Charleswor … read more
We Bloomed TWO Corpse Flowers Just Days Apart!

We Bloomed TWO Corpse Flowers Just Days Apart!

Posted by Jason Fischer on Aug 13th 2019

We just experienced the lovely flower, yet foul-smelling Amorphophallus titanum (also known as the 'Corpse Flower'), twice! We were lucky enough to have two mature plants blooming in the same seaso … read more
​Weird & Wild Orchids Of The Summer

​Weird & Wild Orchids Of The Summer

Posted by Jason Fischer on Jun 18th 2019

Greetings, fellow orchid growers! For many orchids, summertime is the prime growing season where the goal is to prepare your plants for maximum flower potential in the fall to winter months, howeve … read more