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Enter Cattleyas

A gorgeous epiphyte, Cattleyas are the most popularly grown orchid by experienced culturists and are the flower of most corsages. Cattleyas are found world-wide mainly in the tropics. Darunee has represented the "Corsage Orchid" in different hybridizations. The "lip" of the orchid and petal fringe are frilled to match the real flower.
8 species



Enter Lady Slippers

Lady Slipper Orchids belong to the Genus Paphiopedilums and are found mostly in the Far East and Indonesia. They commonly adhere to relatively windy and humid steep mountain cliffs. Their lip forms a cup and can store water. Most species have minute hairs on the tops of the petals which Darunee has recreated. They are a favorite among beginning orchid growers.
5 species





Enter Ghost Orchids

Made famous in the film "The Orchid Thief", these flowers are found only in the Fakahatchee Strand of southern Florida. They are mounted like true epiphytes with their roots exposed to absorb the humid air of the Everglades. They are called ghosts because it is rare to see the blooming flower of this orchid in the wild. Only extremely experienced horticulturists have been able to cultivate them.



Enter Dancing Ladies

These relatively small flowered plants originated in South and Central America. They belong to the genus Oncidium and grow in varying climates. They are mostly yellow with some brown variegation, a favorite combination for wasps who are their main pollinators. They're named Dancing Lady from their petal silhouette resembling a woman dancing in her ball gown.



Enter Encyclias

Formally linked with Epidendrums, and closely related to Cattleyas, Encyclias derive their name from how the lip lobes encircle the column. They are mostly high altitude flowers found in Central and South America. In the wild, these flowers have a robust rose-like fragrance. Darunee has recreated both hanging and upright varieties of this genus.



Enter Aerides

 The plant genus Aerides are found throughout Southeast Asia and out to the Philippines. They belong to the Vanda Family. The name literally means "Child of the Air" due to the wistfulness and delicateness of the flowers. Darunee replicates these small flowering plants perfectly that just as the real flower does, the flower bunches will dance in a breeze.


Enter Plumerias

Found throughout the tropics, Plumerias are mostly seen worn in the hair of women from around the world. They are also found in Hawaiian leis and are a fragrant welcome to the island chain. Darunee crafts them in bunches as you see them growing on trees.


Enter Phalaenopsis



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