Heirloom and Select Cattleyas
If you are looking for mass produced, cheap, fluffy orchids from Taiwan, then you have come to the wrong place. I grow rare heirloom and unique clones. The plants shown herein are part of my collection, but this is not a catalog of sale plants.
The purpose of this website is to share the heritage of these beauties with other like minded collectors.
PLEASE NOTE: No plants from my collection are for sale unless listed under current divisions available. At this time, no division list is available. When a list is available, it will be posted in this space.
Presentations to Orchid Societies
We enjoy talking about orchids and have several presentations for orchid societies.
Here is a link to more information
about our talks and speaking schedule, along with a short bio. A summary of our programs is given below.
- Orchid Growing Tips
Tips for better growing and happier orchids. Keith's handout has a lot of great information, the basics of orchid culture, orchid propagation, clothespin etiquette and more.
- Demystifying the Bifoliates
Bifoliate cattleyas produce loads of summer blooms. They're simple to grow once you understand them.
- The Ghost Orchid
After A Ghostly Pursuit was published in the AOS Orchid Magazine, a lot of people wanted to hear this talk.
- Growing Award Winning Cattleyas
Ever wonder how some growers seem to have all the "luck" with their cattleyas getting awards every time you turn around?
- Exceptional Cattleyas for the Discriminating Collector
This is a talk for those who want to have the best of the best.
- Don't be Intimidated - Part 1
Grow and flower Mexipedium xerophyticum, C. dowiana and C. warscewiczii (gigas).
- Don't be Intimidated - Part 2
Grow and flower C. walkeriana, C. nobilior and C. violacea. I'll also share experiences with the Pro-mix HP CC.