Last updated: 23-03-2021



Due to restrictions for importing orchids into the UK from the EU (which now require photosanitary certificates and CITES papers) our current range of orchids is reduced greatly for the time being. We hope to able to offer more species/varieties later in the year.

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Species Description Price Guide
Dartfrog Orchid selection Our choice of 3 x orchid species suitable for the vivarium. Each type will be a fully rooted bulb. price is inclusive of postage & packing (unless ordered with other items). RRP would be at least £42

Please do not ask for certain types of plants to be included. Please purchase named plants separately

Miniature epiphytic orchid
our choice

At the moment we are unable to obtain a constant supply of one particular species of orchid so we offer an unspecified type (at the time of ordering) and will send one from Angraeceum, Bulbophyllum, Dendrobium, Harella, Leptotes, Oncidium or Phaelonopsis. Invariably this will be an established plant mounted on EpiWeb. £12.99
Epidendrum porpax A dwarf Central American species that will grow in warm to intermediate conditions. It forms tight clumps and tends to climb. It doesn't like the roots too wet but thrives when uniformally damp. Plants provided growing on Epiweb.

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The Variable Maxillaria
Maxillaria variabilis

This free-flowering epiphytic orchid ranges from Mexico to Panama, and probably into the Guyanas.

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  New Guinea orchid
Mediocalcar decoratum

Beautiful, tiny-leaved depressed-growth epiphyte from New Guinea. Loves a warm, humid environment and grows well on cork, tree fern or EpiWeb. Bears a sparay of small candy-corn flowers. Supplied on EpiWeb.

  Panama Stelis
Stelis sp. Panama
From the humid tropical forests of Panama, the medium sized plants has dense sprays of elongate leaves. Flowers regularly and a great plant for the dart frog vivarium. Esseentially an epiphyte, wrap the root-ball in live moss and mist freely but allow root ball to dry slightly every so often. £17.99
Gomera (Sigmatostalix)

A creeping, grass-like orchid from the humid sub-tropics of Brazil. This produces a regular spray of small white flowers from September to February.
An excellent species for the dart frog vivarium.

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