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This species was described from Bahia about 11 years ago, but it is very common and popular already. I got it about 2 years ago from Florália,...
Mounted on a cork slab. [ATTACH]
This species, or at least my plant, doesn't seem to have a particular flower orientation (not resupinate or non-resupinate). This has been a...
One of the pod parents that produced the population distributed the last couple years by Exotic Orchids of Maui.
Not sure if this is an accepted species..., Without close examination, it sure looks very much like L. pauloensis but it has bigger growth and...
A tiny plant at only 1.25" tall, looking for all the world like a teeny little Brassavola nodosa, this puts out crystalline .5" flowers usually in...
A bit out of the box for me but I like the genus Leptotes' growth habit. I grow this in fairly bright light but I think it would do equally well...
This tiny miniature tops out at about 1" high and this year gave me four flowers (two open in the pic and two buds visible) in this blooming. It...
Warm, bright-shade, fairly dry and blooms often. Its like a smaller more frequent blooming bicolor.[ATTACH]
A seedling from Oak Hill Gardens few years ago. It is a slow grower for me.
A very small orchid genus consisting of only nine species from Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina. Leptotes bicolor is a lovely epiphyte that grows at...
Flower is about 0.5" wide
Got this from Andy's about a year ago as vellozicola, but it doesn't match other photos here or here.
I couldn't get a head on photo as the...
Leptotes harryphillipsi. It looks very similar to at least two other Leptotes species but it is a newly described species from Brazil according to...