• Jewel Orchid species - Macodes petola. Absolutely spectacular and outstanding species with intricate leaf pattern. They do like moderately low light levels and are highly suited to indoor terrarium situations. Some plants may be sent bare root as they are not all individually potted. All plants are exceptionally healthy, with great root systems.
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    A flask of 10-12 seedling plants of Pterostylis sp. aff. saxicola raised from seed sent from suburban Campbelltown roadside. Decent seedlings with good tops and tubers. They have just re-emerged after dormancy. Totally ready now for deflask.  Not often available. Please note that plants are sent deflasked and transferred into a robust plastic container protected with sphagnum moss to to avoid plant damage and  keep postage down. They've grown nicely in flask. I put deflasked plants of the ruffa group Pterostylis into coarse sand and top it with chopped Sheoak needles. I do fertilise with very dilute, soluble fertiliser. They need good light and good air movement. Best raised under cover away from rain so you can keep them just moist and not get them too wet. Obviously let them dry out from about October until about March. Sensible, commercial, applied, eight page general deflasking notes accompany goods.
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    A large flowering sized plant. The species has attractive spotted foliage from spring to autumn, having a short dormancy over winter. In late autumn sprays of small deep pink flowers are produced. They are an easy species to grow, and can even be grown from seed in a damp environment. Grow them in an open mix, such as a small bark. Repot once the mix starts to break down.
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    A flask of premium Disa uniflora 'Xmas Gold' clones. Flask contains about 6 very chunky seedlings. Very ready for deflask. Please note that plants are sent deflasked in a plastic container to keep postage down, and to avoid plant damage. We have deflasked and potted this species up in April and September very successfully in 'Native Plant Potting Soil' and in very loosely packed sphagnum moss. I send the pots in rain water or very very dilute soluble fertiliser from November to May. At other times I make sure they are at least quite damp. They require a breezy environment with good air movement and about 70%  shade.  Remember - they are naturally deciduous and the plants make new tubers from about January onward eventually letting the old plant die off as the new tuber and plant takes over.  
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    A flask of premium Pterostylis cucullata. Flask contains 10 - 15 seedlings that have made and are still making beautiful new tubers. Very ready for deflask. If not sold by early December 2018, I'll hold then until next year. Please note that plants are sent deflasked in a plastic container to keep postage down, and to avoid plant damage. We have deflasked and potted this species up in April and September very successfully in 'Native Plant Potting Soil'. They like a sheltered environment with low air movement and 70% to 80% shade. They require to be allowed to dry out and become dormant after about mid December with re-watering commencing about April. Remember - they are naturally deciduous.  
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    A flask of premium Cattleya crispata (syn. Laelia flava) seedlings containing roughly 12 plants. A striking yellow flowered species from Brazil. Please note that plants are sent deflasked in a plastic container to keep postage down, and to avoid plant damage. We have deflasked and potted this species up successfully in 'Native Plant Potting Soil'. They like good air movement and 50-70% shade. They require to be allowed to dry out and become dormant in summer. Remember - they are naturally deciduous.  

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