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Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Bakerara
 Brassia sp.
Family: Orchidaceae
Spider Orchid
Origin: Central America
Small shrub 2-5 ftSemi-shadeEpiphyteUnusual colorAttracts butterflies, hummingbirds

Brassia species and its popular hybrids are common in cultivation, and are notable for the characteristic long and spreading tepals.

Brassia orchids need a lot of water while producing flowers, but donít like to get too wet. Good air circulation is important, too, otherwise you will see brown spots on the leaves.

x Bakerara abbreviated Bak. is the nothogenus for intergeneric hybrids between the orchid genera Brassia, Miltonia and Odontoglossum


 Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassia rex

Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassia rex
Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassia rex
Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassia sp., Spider Orchid

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Brassia rex


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Bromelia sp., Bromelia

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Bromelia pinguin
 Bromelia sp.
Family: Bromeliaceae
Subfamily: Bromelioideae
Bromelia
Origin: South America
Large shrub 5-10 ftSmall shrub 2-5 ftFull sunSemi-shadeEpiphyteRegular waterThorny or spiny
 Bromelia sp., Bromelia

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Bromelia nidus-puellae


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Bulbophyllum blumei, Bulbophyllum

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Family: Orchidaceae
Bulbophyllum
Origin: Papua New Guinea
Small shrub 2-5 ftShadeSemi-shadeEpiphyteModerate waterUnusual color

Plants have a long rhizome that separates the growths, and bloom stems originate all along that rhizome each time it flowers. Delicate, upright stems bear one flower each. Vigorous.


 Bulbophyllum blumei, Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum medusae
 Bulbophyllum sp.
Family: Orchidaceae
Bulbophyllum
Small shrub 2-5 ftShadeSemi-shadeEpiphyteModerate waterPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersUnusual colorRed/crimson/vinous flowersYellow/orange flowers

Bulbophyllum is the largest genus in the Orchidaceae.

Species and varieties:

Bulbophyllum annandalei

Bulbophyllum asperulum

Bulbophyllum blumei

Bulbophyllum carunculatum

Bulbophyllum digoelense

Bulbophyllum eberhardtii

Bulbophyllum fascinator

Bulbophyllum flavescens

Bulbophyllum gibbosum

Bulbophyllum graveolens

Bulbophyllum immobile

Bulbophyllum laxiflorum

Bulbophyllum makoyanum

Bulbophyllum medusae

Bulbophyllum orectopetalum

Bulbophyllum ornatissimum

Bulbophyllum phalaenopsis

Bulbophyllum rothschildianum

Bulbophyllum rufinum

Bulbophyllum treschii

Bulbophyllum vaginatum


 Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum gibbosum

Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum carunculatum
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum treschii
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum rufinum
Bulbophyllum sp., Bulbophyllum

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Bulbophyllum rufinum


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Burbidgea schizocheila, Golden Brush, Dwarf Orange Ginger, Voodoo Flame Ginger

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Family: Zingiberaceae
Golden Brush, Dwarf Orange Ginger, Voodoo Flame Ginger
Origin: Indo-Malayan region
Small shrub 2-5 ftSemi-shadeEpiphyteRegular waterModerate waterYellow/orange flowers

Burbidgea schizocheila is a dwarf ginger that is hard to find, but well worth it. Intermittently throughout the year, bright golden-orange cones will appear above the glossy dark green, maroon-backed leaves. Individual flowers will open and last for a period of about two weeks during each bloom cycle. Has a very upright growth habit. An excellent indoor plant, it should be kept out of direct sunlight as this will scorch the leaves, and should be kept in a container even outdoors, as they are very cold-tender and must be brought inside in the fall. When repotting, take care that only the roots are burried in the soil or potting medium, as it is a bit of an epiphyte (air plant) and the rhyzome must remain above ground level.


 Burbidgea schizocheila, Golden Brush, Dwarf Orange Ginger, Voodoo Flame Ginger

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A dwarf ginger that is hard to find, but well worth it. Intermittently throughout the year, bright golden-orange cones will appear above the glossy dark green, maroon-backed leaves. Individual flowers will open and last for a period of about two weeks during each bloom cycle. Has a very upright growth habit. An excellent indoor plant, it should be kept out of direct sunlight as this will scorch the leaves, and should be kept in a container even outdoors, as they are very cold-tender and must be brought inside in the fall. When repotting, take care that only the roots are burried in the soil or potting medium, as it is a bit of an epiphyte (air plant) and the rhyzome must remain above ground level.
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