On the left above is a hybrid, Brassoleilocattleya Ronald Hauserman,
a spectacular flower, very large and the plants flowers at least twice
a year. On the righ is an unknown hybrid. I bought this at an exhibit
in the US as a species which was supposed to be a Cattleya Loddigessi
Tony Boss, the best of the species. Instead I got this hybrid and I am
not much of a hybrid person.
Above left and middle a Dendrochilum which I have had for ten years
and just flowered for the first time, the label is missing and so far I
have not been able to identify it. There are 120 species of
Dendrochilum in Southeast Asia. On the right is Stelli Argentata, these
little flowers are about 1/8 of an inch in size.