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Note: All plants for sale are unrooted cuttings unless otherwise noted.

Acinopetala nicaraguae

Hot growing mini epiphyte from Nicaragua. Syn Masdevallia nicaraguae
Acinopetala wendlandiana

Hot growing mini epiphyte from Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Brazil. Syn Masdevallia wendlandiana
Acronia alvaroi

Synonym Pleurothallis alvaroi. Small sized cold growing epiphyte found in Colombia at elevations of 2000 meters.
Acronia ascera

Synonym Pleurothallis ascera. Publish by Luer & R. Escobar in 1996. A cool growing medium sized epiphyte from Costa Rica to Colombia at approximately 4250 feet (1300 meters). This species has leaves up to 5-6" and flowers are up to 1" fully opened. The flowers emerge from the base of the leaf from a papery sheath in winter. The mature leaves are very attractive so it makes a nice specimen when not in flower.

I have this plant mounted on cork and I keep it moist at all times. It gets about 500 foot candles of light and is 70F/55F in winter and 85F/60F in the summer. It could probably be kept a bit cooler in the winter and may need more shade in the summer.
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IOSPE

Acronia baudoensis

A miniature hot growing epiphyte from Colombia. Synonym Pleurothallis baudoensis
Acronia canaligera

Synonym Pleurothallis canaligera. Small sized cold to warm growing epiphyte found in Colombia, Ecuador and Peru at elevations of 1200 to 2700 meters.
Acronia cardiostola

Synonym Pleurothallis cardiostola
Acronia cardiothallis

Medium sized epiphyte found in Mexico, Belize, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Colombia and Ecuador in wet montane forests from elevations of 300-2900 meters
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Acronia crucifera

A very nice terrarium suitable orchid that can take warmer temperatures than many Pleurothallids. Leaves are 1" . Syn. Pleurothallis crucifera.
Acronia luctuosa

Synonym Pleurothallis luctuosa
Acronia nipterophylla

No Longer in collection


A small sized warm to cold growing epiphyte from Ecuador. Synonym Pleurothallis nipterophylla
Acronia nitida

Syn. Pleurothallis nitida
Acronia penelops

Synonym Pleurothallis penelops. Cool to warm growing minature epiphyte found in Ecuador from 1650 to 1700 meters.
Acronia phalangifera

I received this plant as Acronia sanchoi a couple years back. It's way to large for that species. The leaves are about 6" long and 3" wide on 8" petioles. After the flowers opened it appears to be Acronia (Pleurothallis) phalangifera
Acronia phalangifera

Synonym Pleurothallis phalangifera. Medium sized cool growing epiphyte found in Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador and Peru.
Acronia phyllocardioides

A very nice terrarium suitable orchid that can take warmer temperatures than many Pleurothallids. It likes shady conditions. Leaves are 1" . Syn. Pleurothallis phyllocardioides.

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Acronia quadricaudata

No Longer in collection


A very nice terrarium suitable orchid that can take warmer temperatures than many Pleurothallids. It likes shady conditions. Leaves are 1" . Syn. Pleurothallis quadricaudata.
Acronia quaternaria

Medium sized epiphyte found Colombia
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Acronia radula

Synonym Pleurothallis radula. Published by Luer in 2005. An intermediate growing medium sized epiphyte from Costa Rica at approximately 6230 feet (1900 meters). This species has leaves up to 5-6" on petioles of 8" and flowers are up to 3/4" fully opened. The flowers emerge from the base of the leaf from a papery sheath in winter. The mature leaves are heart shape and very attractive so it makes a nice specimen when not in flower.

I have this plant mounted on cork and I keep it moist at all times. It gets about 500 foot candles of light and is 70F/55F in winter and 85F/60F in the summer. It could probably be kept a bit cooler in the winter and may need more shade in the summer.
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Lynn's Pleurothallids

Acronia rowleei

Synonym Pleurothallis rowleei. This is a small sized hot to cool growing epiphyte found from Costa Rica to Ecuador.
Acronia rowleei Dark Form

Synonym Pleurothallis rowleei. This is a small sized hot to cool growing epiphyte found from Costa Rica to Ecuador. This is the dark form of this plant.
Acronia scurrula

Synonym Pleurothallis scurrula. Small sized cool growing epiphyte found in Peru at elevations of 2200 to 2400 meters
Acronia stevensonii

Leaves are 1" . Syn. Pleurothallis stevensonii.
Acronia stricta

Leaves are 1" . Syn. Pleurothallis stricta.
Acronia volans

Synonym Pleurothallis volans. A small sized cool to warm growing epiphyte found in Ecuador from 950 to 1500 meters.
Actinopteris pedatum

Very unusual fern which will do well in the vivarium or terrarium. Palm like fronds.
Adiantum caudatum

A really nice pendant growing Maidenhair fern. It produces offsets at the ends of the fronds that can be rooted. Sometimes called the Trailing Maidenhair Fern. This fern would be excellent in a tall terrarium where it would be allowed to hang down creating a curtain of fronds. Loves moisture but dislikes wet fronds. Needs good air flow but not direct.
Adiantum macrophyllum

Similar to Adiantum peruvianum but with pointed blades on the fronds.
Adiantum peruvianum

Sometimes calle a Silver Dollar Maidenhair Fern. Fronds have 1" sized leaflets which emerg a bronzy color. Need plenty of humidity and space.
Aechmea calyculata 'Alaya'

The variegated form os a small species. Offset
Aechmea fasciata

Mature plants which will likely pup soon.
Aechmea fulgens var festiva

Upright growth habit. Not suitable for the Vivarium
Aechmea gamosepala

One of the few Aechmeas that are samll enough for the terrarium. Plant as shown
Aechmea gamosepala Lucky Strike

One of the few Aechmeas that are samll enough for the terrarium. Plant as shown
Aechmea gracilis 'Ilha Grande'

A small tubular plant with a reddish purple inflorescence. Offset
Aechmea organensis

Small growth habit for the terrarium or vivarium.
Aechmea ramosa x fulgens

Very upright growth. Not suitable for the Vivarium
Aechmea Valencia

Very nice color on the upright grower. Too large for Vivariums
Aerangis biloba

A mini hot to cool growing epiphyte from Madagascar
Aerangis cristata

A mini hot to cool growing epiphyte from Madagascar
Aerangis mystacidii

A mini hot to cool growing epiphyte from Madagascar
Aeschynanthus 'Crispa'

Interesting variety with leaves that curl with age.
Cuttings Available for Trade
Aeschynanthus ellipticus 'Coral Flame'

I purchased this cultvar from Lyndon Lyon's Greenhouse. It was once an undescribed species but was later determined to be a different clone of ellipticus. This clone is supposedly much easier to grow and flowers more easily. I would like to also get the species to compare.
Aeschynanthus gracilis

A very succulent leaved Aeschynanthus with a pendant growth habit. Lovely orange red blooms with speckled throats.
Cuttings Available for Trade
Aeschynanthus gracilis 'Jade Pagoda'

Different from the species by the shape of the leaf and how it hangs with each groupsing of leaves sort of shingling over the next grouping, Very pendent in growth.
Cuttings Available for Trade
Aeschynanthus humilis

I purchased this plant from a seller on eBay as A hilderbrandii. It is most likely not A hilderbrandii since most plants offered in the trade are A humilis. This is definitely humilis and not hilderbarandii. Look Here. Love the flowers!
Cuttings Available for Trade
Aeschynanthus humilis 'Topaz'

I purchased this from Rob's Violets.
Aeschynanthus 'Kewform'

Purchased from Rob's Violet Barn. Tag says it came from ABG and it looks like A longicaulis but the leaves are not red backed. Waiting for flower to form for ID.
Cuttings Available for Trade
Aeschynanthus lanceolatus

Received a small cutting. Hope it roots!
Aeschynanthus longicaulis

Very nice mottled green foilage. Leaves about 2 inches when mature. One of the Lipstick plants. Does great in a Terrarium.
Cuttings Available for Trade
Aeschynanthus micranthus

Very nice trailer with small red flowers. Very easy. Leaves about 1-2 inches.
Cuttings Available for Trade
Aeschynanthus micranthus variegated

This form seems to lose it's variegation very easily. Very easy. Leaves about 1-2 inches.
Cuttings Available for Trade
Aeschynanthus 'Mona Lisa'

This is a nice large leaved plant that comes from EA. The tag had Mona Lisa so that is what I have called it. No flowers.
Cuttings Available for Trade
Aeschynanthus NOID

I don't remember where this came from or what it was tagged or even if it was tagged. But, it's most likely either A speciosus or A xSplendidus. I tend to think it's speciosus since the leaves do not look the same as the xSplendidus I received from another source.
Aeschynanthus novogracilis

Very small leaves which are much smaller than gracilis. Growth seems to be long arching branches.
Aeschynanthus pulchra

No Longer in collection


I bought this plant from Lauray of Salisbury but I have now lost it. Looking for another. Wanted
Aeschynanthus radicans

A nice smaller leaved plant that trails or creeps along the surface. Typical lipstick type flowers.
Aeschynanthus radicans cultivar or hybrid

No Longer in collection


A nice smaller leaved plant that trails or creeps along the surface. Typical lipstick type flowers. Unfortunately I have lost the plant.
Aeschynanthus sp

I received cuttings of what appears to be a small species but I'm told that they are just neglected and the leaves are actually about 1" on a mature plant. We shall see what it turns out to be.
Aeschynanthus species

Unknown species or variety of this genus. Purple green leaves with maroon stems. Most likely one of the A lobbianus or radicans cultivars.
Cuttings Available for Trade
Aeschynanthus 'Thai Pink'

I juist found this unusual pink flowered Aeschynanthus at a local Greenhouse. The color is amazing and the calyx are very interesting to me. This may also be sold in Europe as Aeschynanthus 'Sweet Heart'
Cuttings Available for Trade
Aeschynanthus tricolor

A very pendent grower with opposite growing 1" leaves. It has a very interesting bloom with a small tricolored flower and an unusual calyx. See a picture here.
Cuttings Available for Trade
Aeschynanthus 'Twister'

Interesting variety with leaves that curl with age.
Cuttings Available for Trade
Aeschynanthus xsplendidus

I purchased this from a seller on eBay. It is a very old hybrid of A. speciosus x A. parasiticus. Beautiful large flowers on a sturdy vine.
Agalmyla species

No Longer in collection


An NOID that is ideal for terrarium culture.
Agapetes 'Ludgvan Cross'

A natural cross of Agapetes serpens and A. incurvata. Larger leaves than serpens with arching branches. No flowers yet. Purchased from Bovees Nursery
Agapetes serpens

An interesting epiphyte with wonderful flowers. No flowers yet. Purchased from Bovees Nursery
Agapetes smithii

An epiphytic shrub. Not much known about this species. I purchased this from Bovees Nursery
Aglaomorpha brooksii

Nice epiphytic fern which likes to be grown in high humidity but allowed to dry between waterings. Will produce large shield fronds as it grows.
Aglaomorpha coronans

Nice epiphytic fern which likes to be grown in high humidity but allowed to dry between waterings. Will produce large shield fronds as it grows.
Aglaomorpha Santa Rosa

No Longer in collection


This is a hybrid fern produced years ago. It is most probably the product of an Aglomorpha and a Drynaria. This fern is a large growing epiphytic fern that produces large stiff fronds rthat are used to catch debris. Best grown mounted to tree fern panels or in pots with a free draining epiphytic mix. Can be used in the vivariums and terrariums if they are quite large and tall. This fern produces fronds of 3-4 feet when mature. Small starter ferns in i inch plugs.
Aglaonema costatum

This is a small growing Aglaonema suitable for the Terrarium or Vivarium. It likes free draing epiphyte mix and hates wet feet. Very rare and hard to find. Forms rosettes 4" high and 6" in diameter.
Alocasia 'Bako Park'

4 inch Pot. Discovered by Jeff Searle in Borneo, this dwarf Alocasia reaches a maximum of 2 ½’ in height. It is a beautiful variety with saggitate leaves. It is very distinctive due to the zebra gray striping on the petiole. The leaves are green
Alocasia clypeolata 'Green Shield'

One of the nicer small Alocasias. Looks like a green form of cuprea. 1" plugs.
Alocasia cuprea

I believe this is the most stunning Aroid there is. It's a small growing Alocasia with a maximum height of 2.5 feet. The picture is of my mature plant so that you can appreciate the beauty. Likes good light but no sun. 2 1/2 " pots
Alocasia 'Frydek'

4 inch Pot. A wide leafed Alocasia micholitziana found and/or selected and named by Agri-Star out of Texas. This is a beautiful tropical plant, narrow-sagittate, hard leaf satiny emerald-green with white midrib; pale stalks with bizarre purplish banding. This Alocasia likes shade, which makes it extremely easy to grow as a house plant.
Alocasia macrorrhiza albo variegata

Same as the normal macrorrhiza. Small plants in 4" pot
Alocasia macrorrhiza rubra

Another one of the macrorrhiza forms. This one has deep purple stems with green leaves. 2 1/2 pots
Alocasia 'Mark Campbell'

Hybridized by David Fell from Hawaiian Sunshine Nursery this large leafed variety (24” x 18”) reaches to a mature height of only 36”. The new foliage is extremely striking, coming out iridescent black with silver veins. Mature foliage is black-green with silver veins. It is from a loweii 'Grandis' x 'Nobilis' cross. Impressive nearly round black leaves (iridescent eggplant purple).
Alocasia reginula 'Black Velvet'

Really nice velvet leaf. 2 1/2" pot size.
Alocasia reversa 'Dewey's Reversa'

2 1/2 inch pot. A dwarf variety of Alocasia, the name reversa was given to this plant because the darker shade of color along the midrib and nerves of the leaf is the reverse of what is usual in the genus. The leaf is thick with deep blue-green zones spreading out from the midrib to about half of the area of the upper surface of the leaf. The remaining area of the upper surface is ashen-blue. The dark blue-green zone around the midrib spreads out thinly towards the margins as an extension of the primary veins. The tube of the inflorescence is yellowish-green while the blade of the spathe is green shading to white and rose-burgundy at the margins. Mature leaves are typically 6-9 inches long by 2-5 inches wide.
Alocasia 'Sarian'

4 inch Pot. A huge hybrid of Alocasia zebrine and Alocasia micholitziana it is easily told by its beautiful striped stem and upward pointing, wavy-edged leaves with white veins. This plant can grow up to 12’ tall. It is extremely easy to grow as a house plant. ‘Sarian’ grows the best in partial sun light. 2 1/2" pot
Alocasia sinuata

This is a great, large growing Alocasia. It grows 3 foot leaves in my zone 7 garden in the summer.
Alocasia sinuata

This is the name I have it as but there is conflicting information on this. So, the description is of the plant I have. It grows to6 to 7 feet with leaves up to 3 feet long at least. 4" pots
Alocasia sinuata bullata

Very nice dark green quilted leaves. Small growth habit.
Alocasia 'White Knight'

Alocasia ‘White Knight’®, is a hybrid developed by Jim Georgisus. The thick, leathery leaf surface is a dusky, powdery grey, heavily overlaid with a dusky silver color on the main lateral veins and midrib. The lower surface of the leaf is a deep shinny purple
Alocasia 'Williams Hybrid'

Alocasia 'Williams Hybrid' is a cross between an Alocasia macrorrhiza and Alocasia amazonica.
Alocasia x portora

This Alocasia makes a stunning upright clump that is basically an improved Alocasia macrorrhiza. A hybrid originally created by Aroidia Research. The giant green leaves are held upright by strong purple stalks. This is truly an architectural specimen plant for any garden. Portora needs to have rich moist organic soil for optimal growth. A thick layer of winter mulch helps to prevent rot in cold wet soils.
Alsobia 'Cygnet'

This is a hybrid from A dianthiflora and puntata. Very stoloniferous.
Alsobia dianthiflora

A trailing epiphytic Gesneriad with white flowers that resemble those of a Dianthus. Very stoloniferous.
Alsobia dianthiflora 'Costa Rica'

A trailing epiphytic Gesneriad with white flowers that resemble those of a Dianthus. Very stoloniferous. This is a nicer clone of the species.
Alsobia 'Iris August'

A hybrid with white-fringed flowers with purple spots. Very stoloniferous. This is a nicer clone of the species.
Alsobia punctata

A trailing epiphytic Gesneriad with white flowers with purple spots. Very stoloniferous.
Amalophyllon rupestre RM2006

I received small rhizomes of this plant in the spring of 2008 from a friend. I neglected it to the point where I thought I had lost it. Lucky for me, each small piece of rhizome produced plants once I started paying attention and watering it. The foliage is stunning on this plant. You can learn more Here
This has tentatively been designated as A rupestre
Amorphophallus bulbifer

Small bulbils from dime sized to quarter sized. Dormant.
Amorphophallus dunnii

Previously listed as odoratus. Dime sized tubers
Amorphophallus konjac

Large growing also known as riverii. Quarter sized bulbs
Amorphophallus obscurus

This is the smallest of the Amorphophallus. No more than a few inches tall. Small tubers about 1/4". A large tuber os this species is no more than an inch.
Amorphophallus yuloensis

Freely offseting medium amorphophyllus. Leaf axles create bulbs. Quarter sized bulbs.
Amorphophallus yunnanensis

This is a medium sized Amorphophallus. Offsets freely and has a very interesting flower. Dime sized bulbs
Angraecum didieri

No Longer in collection


A mini hot to cool growing epiphyte from Madagascar
Angraecum eburneum v superbum

This is a hot growing mini from Madagascar.
Angraecum florulentum

This is a hot growing mini from the Comoro Islands.
Angraecum leonis

This is a hot growing mini from the Philippines.
Anoectochilus chapaensis

No Longer in collection


A larger growing jewel orchid. small plants in 2" pots
Anoectochilus formosanus

No Longer in collection


This jewel from the forest floors of Formosa is seldom offered but each to grow. Small plants in 2 inch pots
Anoectochilus roxburghii

A very nice Jewel Orchid that loves shade and moist conditions. Ideal for the terrarium or vivarium. 2" pot
Anoectochilus roxburghii
India form

No Longer in collection


A seldmon offered alternative to what we as well as other are selling as roxburghii. I really do not know whther this is the correct form or whether the other is or both. They are very nice plants but much rarer. Small plants in 2 inch pots
Anthurium bakeri

No Longer in collection



Anthurium clarinervium

A vey nice small Anturium with great leaf makings.
Anthurium crystallinum

Very nicely patterned leaves like clarinervium. This one grows a little larger
Anthurium gracile

Nice small species which selfs very easily and produces red berries.
Anthurium llewelynii

This is a terrestrial that as it matures, creeps along the ground. The leaves are about 2 feet in length. It sets seed very easily which germinate easily when fresh. Small Seedlings
Anthurium scandens

A vining Anthurium that produces pearlized pink berries. Great for the terrarium or vivarium.
Anthurium schlechtendalii

This is a large growing birdnest form. Leaves up to 4 feet. It's a epiphyte which I received from a friend who got it as a house plant but it out grew the pot. Tom Croat of MBG identified it for me.
Anthurium spectabile

A nice offset with leaves about 9".
Anthurium vittariifolium

Long strap leaves up to 3 feet. Very nice Anthurium. Large offset with leaves of 1'
Aporocactus flagelliformis

I just purchased this from plats_etc on eBay.
Aristolochia fimbriata

This is a small growing Aristolochia with round patterned leaves.
Arum palaestinum

Small quarter sized tubers.
Asplenium bulbiferum

An Australian fern which loves warmth and humidity. It favors sites on moist creek banks and on the treefern trunks. In this area, it is invariably associated with flowing water, close to permanent creeks and almost always with waterfalls, sometimes growing right under them. The correlation between fern and habitat is so reliable here that we have never found a waterfall in the mountains without also finding A. bulbiferum growing nearby. Most likely too large for all but the largest of terrariums
Asplenium cuspidatum

Very small growing fern which should be very good for terrariums.
Asplenium ebenoides

A very unsual Asplenium. Nice buy also. Bought it from Cowboyflowerman on eBay
Asplenium platyneuron

Ebony speenwort. A nice small fern with a shiny black stem. Grows in a number of conditions and transplants easily with little set back. Adapts nicely to terrariums.
Asplenium prolongatum

No Longer in collection


Small terrestrial fern that produces bulblets on the ends of the fronds. Works well in hanging basket an terrariums.
Asplenium rhizophyllum

No Longer in collection


Syn. Camptosorus rhizophyllus , Common name Walking fern. A very unusual fern which will do well in a terrarium or vivarium.
Asplenium simonsianum

One of the birdnest forms.
Asplenium species

An interesting species I got from Andy's Orchids. It is supposedly from Madagascar. Very interesting that forms bubils at the frond tips. Similar to prologatum.
Asplenium species aff daucifolium

What appears to be a small growing species with finely dissected fronds. Very nice
Barbosella australis

Miniature cool growing epiphyte from Brasil. Very interesting flowers


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Barbosella cogniauxiana

Mini orchid with small oval leaves which creep along the mounting surface. Syn B handroi
Barbosella porschii 'Mountainside'

Apparently a synonym of cogniauxiana. Miniature warm growing epiphyte from Costa Rica and Panama. Very interesting flowers


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Begonia Abu-Dhabi

A very nice small growing rhizomatous species with crinkled leaves. Leaf cutting miniB
Begonia bowerae nigramarga

A great small growing Begonia for the terrarium. Very nice leaf pattern.
Begonia 'Boyfriend'

No Longer in collection


A small growing rhizomatous Begonia with small leaves. A great Terrarium subject.
Begonia bunchii

One of the lettuce leaved Begonias. Rhizome cuttings
Begonia 'Buttercup'

A hybrid between B prismatacarpa and microsperma. Great for terrariums. Stem cutting.
Begonia 'Butterfly'

This is a stunning Begonia for the terrarium (picture does not do it justice) Stays small and has the very unusual tri lobbed leaf.
Begonia 'China Doll'

No Longer in collection


Stays small and is an ideal subject for the terrarium.
Begonia conchifolia

No Longer in collection


Very nice small Begonia. Grows nicely in the a terrarium.
Begonia convolvulacea

A very interesting climbing Begonia which is great for larger terrariums. Panama
Begonia 'Cowardly Lion'

No Longer in collection


A very nice rhizo begonia. Too Large for the terrarium but a great potted Begonia.
Begonia crispula

Very interesting foliage on this Brazilian species. Very rare and hard to find. minib
Begonia erythrophylla

Commonly called the Beefstaek Begonia which indicates the slablike leave on this species. A great ad easy plant to grow. Rhizome cuttings
Begonia Exotica

Stunning metallic red leaves on this cane type Begonia. Nice Rooted Cuttings
Begonia foliosa

A unusual Begonia with fern like stems with many very small leaves. Great for the terrarium and roots easily. minib
Begonia fusca x imperialis

Very interesting mottled leaves of shades of green. Leaves the shape of the species imperialis.
Begonia glabra

A very interesting climbing Begonia which is great for larger terrariums. Panama
Begonia glabra

A very interesting climbing Begonia which is great for larger terrariums.

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Begonia glabra

A very interesting climbing Begonia which is great for larger terrariums. Collected in Costa Rica
Begonia goegoensis

A great looking large growing Begonia. The leaves on this species are fantastic.
Begonia hoehneana

Small growing rhizomatous species with peltate leaves. minib
Begonia imperialis

Very unusual and hard to find. Rhizome cutting
Begonia 'Kumwah'

Huge leaves on this one. A very nice rhizomatous Begonia.
Begonia limprichtii

Very interesting small terrarium Begonia. Unusual hairs on the leaves. minib
Begonia listada

A beautiful species. The leaves are sort of like the Angel wing begonias but very hairy and with a bold yellow stripe down the middle. I lost this clone and would love to have it back.
Begonia 'Lita Ecuador'

This is a very interesting scandent species. May be one of the unknown species that carry a U designation. Working on ID. Yhis is a great terrarium Begonia. minib
Begonia luzonensis

I nice small Begonia for the terrarium. Has great orange blooms with mottled leaves. minib
Begonia masoniana 'Iron Cross'

A beautiful Begonia. Hybridized in the early 1900's. Leaves get about 4". I rhizomitous Begonia which is not all that easy to get but is regaining it's popularity.
Begonia microsperma

Nice bubble textured leaves on this African species. minib
Begonia 'Midnight Twist'

Darl leaves that twist on themselves like Escargot.
Begonia NOID 1

Large growing rhizomotous Begonia. I don;t have a name. Please let me know if you know it's ID.
Begonia NOID 4

This is a large fast growing scandent rhizomitous species.
Begonia NOID 5

This is a large fast growing rhizomitous species.
Begonia orococco

A nice species. Stem Cutting
Begonia pavonina

A nice iridescent species.
Begonia peltata

An interesting Begonia which thrives on full sun and little water. Unrotted leaf cutting
Begonia 'Peridot'

Very nice small growing Begonia ideal for the terrarium. Small coppery leaves.
Begonia poliloensis

Formerly known as Begonia incisa. minib
Begonia prismatacarpa

Small growing epiphytic Begonia from Africa. Great for Terrariums. minib
Begonia prismatacarpa variegated

Small growing epiphytic Begonia from Africa. Great for Terrariums. minib
Begonia rajah

One of the nicest Begonias in my opinion. Must be kept humid and not allowed to sit in water. 2 1/2" pots
Begonia 'Red Planet'

Ideal unusual Begonia for the terrarium. minib
Begonia 'Royal Lustre'

Very small growing ideal for terrariums minib
Begonia scapigera

A yellow flowering African species.
Begonia scutifolia

An African species which is also known as triflora. Yellow flowers make this a great addition to any Terrarium or vivarium. Stem cutting
Begonia serratipetala

I small bush type begonia with maroon serrated leaves.
Begonia soli-mutata

Beautiful peebly leaves with tiny red hairs. minib
Begonia sp "Creeper"

Unknown creeping small growing begonia
Begonia species

Nice scandent species. No real information on it. May be from Panama.
I'm pretty sure this is Begonia elaeagnifolia and it's from Africa not Panama. minib
Begonia 'Splotches'

A trailing begonia with variegated leaves. Blooms freely.
Begonia staudtii var dispersipilosa

No Longer in collection


An African species which blooms yellow blooms. Leaves to 3".
Begonia thelmae

Small creeping begonia. Leaves cover stem. Does well in a basket or in a terrerium or vivarium. Roots easily and spreads quickly. s
Begonia U388

A wonderful rhizomatous Begonia with long white hairs on the top of the leaf. a Medium sized begonia which like to dry out between waterings.
Begonia versicolor

A spectacular rhizomatous Begonia. Hard to find. minib
Bertolonia sp 'Itatiaia'

This plant I grew from seed that I got from Brazil Plants.
Bertolonia cf ovata 'Bronze'

This plant I grew from seed (Actually a good friend grew it after I germinated the seed) that I got from Brazil Plants.
Bertolonia maculata

I purchased this from Kartuz Greenhouse. I have never grown these before but they should do well in terrarium culture. This is a terrestrial and nont an epiphyte.
Bertolonia marmorata

I got this plant from a fellow Bertolonia lover. It's an awesome foliage plant which loves humidity.
Bertolonia sp

I think this originally came from Ecuagenera as Bertholeana maculata but that is not a valid name. I once thought it to be a Pilea but now I almost positive it's a Bertolonia. The flower at least gives the family away and the seed pod is identical to Bertolonia maculata. A very nice and interesting plant which seems to need high humidity to do well.
Billbergia amoena rubra

A really nice form with pendant inflorence. Stoloniferous
Billbergia leptopada

This one can be used in a large terrarium. Plant as shown
Billmea 'Pasquale'

Nice small growing bigeneric cross. Offset
Brachycladium pilosellum

No Longer in collection


Also known as Lepanthes pilosella. Very small growing orchid with a creeping stem much like Trichosalpinx chamaelepanthes
Brachycladium platycepala

Similar to pilosella and the growth habit is the same.
Brassavola cucullata

A small hot to warm growing small species from Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, French Guiana, Surinam, Guyana, Venezuela and Colombia.
Brassavola 'George Tyler'

A primary hybrid (two species), Brassavola flagellaris and Brassavola cucullata.
Brassavola 'Jiminy Cricket'

A primary hybrid (two species), Rhyncholaelia (Brassavola) digbyana and Brassavola nodosa.
Brassavola 'Little Stars'

A primary hybrid (two species), Brassavola cordata and Brassavola nodosa.
Brassavola perrinii

Small size cool to warm growing epiphyte from Bolivia, Paraguay, Brazil.
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Brassavola subulifolia

Synonym Brassavola cordata, Medium to large sized warm growing epiphyte from Jamaica.
Brenesia johnsonii

A mini intermediate epiphyte from Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica and Panama. Syn Pleurothallis johnsonii
Bulbophyllum acutebracteatum

Miniature hot to warm growing epiphyte found in Liberia, Siera Leone, Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Gulf of Guinea Islands and Zaire in lowland forests at elevations up to 1000 meters
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Bulbophyllum acutebracteatum

Miniature hot to warm growing epiphyte found in Liberia, Siera Leone, Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Gulf of Guinea Islands and Zaire in lowland forests at elevations up to 1000 meters
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Bulbophyllum affine


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Bulbophyllum alagense large form

Micro miniature
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Bulbophyllum alagense small form

Micro miniature
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C-W, BR-SH, M
Bulbophyllum ambrosia

Fragrant
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Bulbophyllum barbigerum

Fragrant, Miniature
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Bulbophyllum bicolor


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Bulbophyllum biflorum 'Lil'

Fragrant
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Bulbophyllum brevipes


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Bulbophyllum breviscapum

This is a synonym of lasiochilum but I will leave it as purchased.
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Bulbophyllum brevistylidium

Minature
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Bulbophyllum campanulatum

Seems to be a synonym of Cirrhoetalum auratum but I will keep it tagged like this.
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Bulbophyllum careyanum

I have this one but this one is much larger than the ones I have already.
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Bulbophyllum cephalophorum

Miniature
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Bulbophyllum comberi

Miniature
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H, BR-SH, M
Bulbophyllum coralliferum


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Bulbophyllum corolliferum

Very small plant. I have it mounted on tree fern at the moment.
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Bulbophyllum dearei

Fragrant
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Bulbophyllum dixonii

This name is a synonym of Bulbophyllum morphologorum. I will leave it tagged as doxonii until it flowers and I can verify it's identity.
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Bulbophyllum echinolabium

Fragrant
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Bulbophyllum elassoglossum

Small Bulbophyllum with leaves about 1". Miniature
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C-H, BR-SH, M
Bulbophyllum elassonotum


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W-H, BR-SH, M
Bulbophyllum facetum

Fragrant
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W-H, BR-SH, M
Bulbophyllum falcatum


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Bulbophyllum flavescens

Synonym B ramusii. Small hot to cool growing epiphyte found in Malaysia, Borneo, Java, The Philippines and Sumatra in lowland and montane forests at elevations of 30 to 2400 meters
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Bulbophyllum flavidiflorum

Miniature
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Bulbophyllum fraudulentum

Miniature
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C-H, SH, M
Bulbophyllum gracillimum


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Bulbophyllum guttulatum

This plant was purchased and tagged as B umbellatum but it is certainly guttulatum.
Bulbophyllum intertextum

Miniature
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Bulbophyllum inunctum

Small epiphyte with very nice striped flowers
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C-H, BR-SH, M
Bulbophyllum lasiochilum

Dark form but it has never flowered for me. Fragrant, Miniature
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Bulbophyllum lasiochilum

Fragrant, Miniature
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Bulbophyllum levanae


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C-W, BR-SH, M
Bulbophyllum lichensis

I cannot find any info on this plant so the name may not be valid. Once it flowers I can propose a correction.
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Bulbophyllum lilacinum


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Bulbophyllum lindleyanum


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C-W, BR-SH, M
Bulbophyllum lobbii

Fragrant
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W-H, BR-SH, M
Bulbophyllum longiflorum

Supposedly a synonym for B inunctum. Will wait for flower to verify.
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Bulbophyllum longissimum


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H, BR-SH, M
Bulbophyllum macranthum

Fragrant
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W-H, BR-SH, M
Bulbophyllum macranthum


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