1880; Laelia anceps var. ChialapensisSUBGENUS Laelia SECTION Podolaelia Schlechter, Laelia anceps var. The following databases may contain further information on this name. 1892; Laelia anceps var. 1837, References W3 Tropicos, Kew Monocot list , IPNI ; Laelia anceps var. This is particularly true of named cultivars. Please click on any button to follow a … alba Rchb.f.1887; Laelia anceps f. chilapensis Soto Arenas 1993; Laelia anceps var. M.Wolff & O.Gruss 2007SUBGENUS Laelia SECTION Podolaelia Schlechter, Laelia anceps f. alba (Rchb.f.) plate 60 Odontoglossum grande Rossioglossum grande. Laelia anceps var. Crawshay 1902, References W3 Tropicos, Kew Monocot list , IPNI ; barkeriana (Knowles & Westc.) Laelia anceps Lindley 1836 var semi-alba, References W3 Tropicos, Kew Monocot list , IPNI ; sanderiana Rchb.f. Laelia anceps loves bright sunlight and is able to tolerate direct morning and evening sun, however, in the hot summer noon (especially on windows of southern orientation) the orchid should be protected from direct sunlight: put behind a curtain (for example, on a table near the window) or in the shadow of other plants, otherwise the plant can get sunburn. plate 57 Vanda coerulea. A blue colored form of the previous species. 1888; Laelia anceps var. Laelia anceps Lindley 1835 SUBGENUS Laelia SECTION Podolaelia, Common Name The Two-Edged Laelia - in Mexico El Toro, Found in Mexico and Honduras in coffee plantations, pastures, oak and oak/pine forests with a solitary leaf in tall scattered oaks, or on rocks below them or in pastures and coffee plantations, often in full sunlight, at elevations of 500 to 1500 meters as a medium sized, warm to cool growing epiphyte with ovate-oblong, compressed, edges acute, flattened-sides, ribbed pseudobulbs carrying 1 or rarely 2, apical, oblong-lanceolate, leathery, acute leaves that blooms in the autumn to spring in on a terminal cluster, 2 to 4' [60 to 120 cm] long, alternately sheathed, 2 to 6, vanilla scented, long-lasting flowered inflorescence. Cool temperature tolerant plants, these will grow … simondsii Rolfe 1901; Laelia anceps var. dawsonii Rolfe 1922; Laelia anceps subsp. AOS Bulletin Vol 38 #2 1969 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 85 #4 2016 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 85 #11 2016 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 86 # 1 2017 photo fide; Laelia anceps var. Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data. 1886; Laelia anceps var. "Lælia anceps sanderiana." chamberlainiana Rolfe 1895, to to plate 59 Laelia gouldiana. 1837; Laelia anceps var. 1887; Laelia anceps var. Global Biodiversity Information Facility. These typically flower in late December to January. Laelia anceps f. alba (Rchb.f.) We have been breeding better flowers for 25 years. barkeriana (Knowles & Westc.) 15. Laelia anceps Hide Video. barkeriana (Lindl.) M.Wolff & O.Gruss 2007, Synonyms Laelia anceps var. google_ad_format = "728x90_as"; M.Wolff & O.Gruss 2007; Laelia anceps f. chilapensis Soto Arenas 1993; Laelia anceps f. dawsonii (J. Anderson) Soto Arenas 1993; Laelia anceps subsp. plate 63 Dendrobium aureum Dendrobium heterocarpum. Moonlight Dream 'SVO Moonlight Kiss' AM/AOS) var. The New York Public Library Digital Collections. dawsonii Rolfe 1922SUBGENUS Laelia SECTION Podolaelia Schlechter. 1885 - See Laelia anceps Lindley 1835 'Sangretoro' x 'Martinelli', L. anceps h.f. veitchiana 'Fort Caroline', L. anceps h.f. lineata 'SanBar Striata Nana', L. anceps var. Crawshay 1902; Laelia hollidayana (O'Brien) Crawshay 1902; Laelia schroederae Crawshay 1902; Laelia schroederiana (Rchb.f.) When it opens its completely white, but with time it turns into s pnkish, purplish tint. C.Interglossa aquinii var. protheroana O'Brien 1896; Laelia anceps var. Cattleya warscewiczii sanderiana $75.00 4 Virus Negative ... Laelia anceps var Veitchiana ‘Oaxaca’ x ‘Pastel Giant’ $35.00 14 Virus Negative ready Fall 2019 Laelia aurea Laelia crispa alba-7547 $45.00 3 Virus Negative Laelia gouldiana Laelia grandis $45.00 1 Virus Negative Laelia anceps de Chiapas. amesiana O'Brien 1888; Laelia anceps var. 1837SUBGENUS Laelia SECTION Podolaelia Schlechter, Laelia anceps var. waddoniensis J.Greg. Rolfe 1922; Laelia anceps subsp. 1883; Laelia anceps var. 1885; Laelia dawsoni Crawshay 1902; Laelia sanderiana (Rchb.f.) lineata O'Brien 1895; Laelia anceps var. google_ad_height = 90; chamberlainiana Rolfe 1895; Laelia anceps var. in 1835. stella Rchb.f. roeblingeana Rolfe 1898 - See Laelia anceps Lindley 1835 ~Laelia anceps var. ballantineana L.Linden1898; Laelia anceps var. OCTOBER 1997 photo fide; Australian Orchid Review Vol 65 No 5 2000 photo; AOS Bulletin Vol 70 No 6 2001 photo fide; Icones Orchidacearum 5 - 6 Orchids of Mexico Part 2 - 3 Plate 597 Hagsater & Soto 2002; Australian Orchid Review Vol 69 No 4 2004 photo; Algunas Orquideas de Oaxaca Suarez 2004 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 74 #7 2005 photo fide; Australian Orchid Review Vol 71 No 4 2006 photo; AOS Bulletin Vol 75 No 4 2006 photo fide; Orchid Digest Vol 71 #1 2007 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 77 #7 2008 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 77 No 11 2008 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 77 No 12 2008 photo fide; AOS Bulletin vol 78 No 10 2009 photo fide; AOS Bulletin vol 78 No 11 2009 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 82 #2 2013 photo fide; Guia de Orquideas de Chiapas Carlos Rommel Beutelspacher Baigts 2013 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 84 #6 2015 photo fide; Orchid Digest Vol 80 #2 2016 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 86 # 1 2017 photo fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 86 #2 2017 photo ok; AOS Bulletin Vol 86 #3 2017 photo fide; dawsonii in Kew Science Plants of the World online. roeblingeana Rolfe 1898; Laelia anceps var. Seen and photographed at Olbrich Botanical Gardens in Madison. radians Rchb.f. 1880. Laelia anceps var. Laelia anceps Sanderiana type - Orchid Of The Day for July 19, 2011 sanderiana (Rchb.f.) The Laelia Orchid genus is closely related to the Cattleya. AOS Bulletin Vol 39 No 5 1970; AOS Bulletin Vol 74 No 12 2005 photo fide; coerulea 'SVO') MLA Format. Rolfe 1922; Laelia anceps subsp. This species is naturally occurring in Mexico and is extremely drought resistant as well as temperature tolerant. AOS Bulletin Vol 50 No 5 1981 drawing fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 56 No 5 1987 drawing fide; Laelia anceps. rosefieldiensis Rolfe 1895 - See Laelia anceps Lindley 1835 ~Laelia anceps var. ~Laelia anceps var. 1895; Laelia anceps var. sanderiana Rchb.f. The pseudobulbs (swollen stems) of various Laelia species may be long, oval, or rounded and usually produce one or two waxy leaves. vestalis Rchb.f. The species Laelia anceps Lindl. Laelia anceps subsp. 1887; Laelia anceps var. superba Regel 1855; Laelia anceps var. ORIGIN: This is a medium sized, warm to cool growing species from Mexico and Honduras and is found from altitudes of 500-1500 meters. 'SVO', © International Orchid Foundation, LLC, (Archila, Chiron, Szlach. hollydayana O'Brien 1894;Laelia anceps var. 1881; Laelia anceps var. alba Rchb.f.1887, References W3 Tropicos, Kew Monocot list , IPNI ; Foto Eduardo A. Perez García La Laelia anceps subsp. It mostly grows on oak trees in the wild (occasionally found on rocks as well), and in hobby culture grows best in a bulb pan pot, or on a large piece of cork or manzanita branch. 1887 - See Laelia anceps Lindley 1835 ~Laelia anceps var. The petals are opaque white and have a shapely fullness; the lip is white with a green and gold throat patterned in maroon stripes. ), formas (f.) or both. Rolfe 1922; Laelia anceps var. 1887; Laelia anceps var. which you cannot ship or do not want to bother shippping? & Pérez-García) Peraza & Carnevali. Starting Saturday, April 24, 2021 (lasts 10 days), Starting Thursday, May 6, 2021 (lasts 4 days), Robert H. Findlay commented on member plant, Sharie Heckaman commented on member plant, Sandi Block-Brezner commented on member plant, Gustavo da Silva commented on member plant, Danish Orchid Society / Dansk Orchide Klub, C. trianae var. Laelia anceps var. hilliana Rchb.f. This epiphytic species needs a dry winter rest. dawsonii J. Anderson 1865, References W3 Tropicos, Kew Monocot list , IPNI ; //-->. schroederiana) plate 13 in: Frederick Sander: Reichenbachia I second series (1892) Laelia anceps var. Chialapensis. dawsonii (as syn. Synonyms Amalia anceps (Lindl.) Prices start at: $75.00 Plus shipping and handling. 'Sanderiana' is similar to 'Dawsonii' but with smaller, narrower sepals and petals, and the lip shows some purple in the veins, a rose-purple blotch on the ... Laelia anceps tends to bloom in the winter, December through February, and is a good first-generation parent. The New York Public Library Digital Collections. stella. This particular subvariety has been called L anceps var Guerrero, Synonyms Laelia anceps f. chilapensis Soto Arenas 1993; Laelia anceps f. dawsonii (J. Anderson) Soto Arenas 1993; Laelia anceps subsp. We also offer new hybrid seedlings and meristems made with Laelia anceps. SynonymsLaelia anceps var. AOS Bulletin Vol 56 No 5 1987 drawing fide; References W3 Tropicos, Kew Monocot list , IPNI ; schroederiana (Rchb.f.) coerulea 'SVO Baby Blue' x Culture information and photos for this orchid are commonly detailed under the currently accepted name of Laelia anceps. Laelia anceps has been divided into 2 major groups Laelia anceps var anceps which are found on the eastern side of Mexico and L. anceps var dawsonii which are found in the western half of Mexico. No problem. schroederiana (Rchb.f.) grandiflora B.S.Williams 1888; Laelia anceps var. plate 61 Cypripedium rothschildianum Paphiopedilum rothschildianum. chamberlainiana Rolfe 1895 SUBGENUS Laelia SECTION Podolaelia Schlechter, Laelia anceps var. 15. They are typically found in the wild on oak trees, pine forests, and can also grow as a lithophyte on rocks. Laelia Finckeniana (L. anceps x L. albida ‘SVO’) Primary hybrid of two outdoor favorites. 1837; ReferencesW3 Tropicos, Kew Monocot list , IPNI ; September-October blooming. hyeana L.Linden & Rodigas 1889; Laelia anceps var. Laelia anceps subsp. 13(1-2) 1993 drawing/photo fide; AOS Bulletin No 63 No 11 1994 photo fide; Orchid Digest Vol 59 No 2 1995; AOS Bulletin Vol 66 No 12 1997 photo; Laelias In Mexico ORQUIDEA (MEX.) Laelia anceps var. Heynh. schroederiana Rchb.f. 1886; Laelia anceps var. Cornelia 'Floralia' x Lc. schroederiana Rchb.f. Outside of nature, there is also some overlap due to line breeding and crosses between varieties. This is a truly great hardy drought-tolerant species from easten Mexico with fantastic flowers, L. anceps is a Christmas bloomer, angular 4" bulbs with a solitary thick dark green 8" leaf, long 2 foot spikes each with clusters of 2 to 6 flowers, the very showy 2.5" to 5" blooms are pale lavender with an intense crimson lip that has a yellow/red striped center, plate 62 Vanda sanderiana. hollydayana O'Brien 1894; Laelia anceps var. Photo by Eric Hunt, plant grown by Sunset Orchids. google_ad_client = "pub-8906620293763413"; Laelia anceps is an orchid species identified by Rchb.f. google_ad_channel =""; Another present from Carlos Garcia Esquivel. Laelia anceps var. Do you have a plant for sale or trade This orchid is a very hardy Mexican species that tolerates cool to hot temps (sometimes found in Guatemala and Honduras). These are extremely prolific bloomers on shorter stems. dawsonii Rolfe 1922; Laelia anceps subsp. oweniana auct. Compact, "looking for info about an unregistered cattleya", (C. Leoloddiglossa var. has a further 35 synonyms.. Further information. barkeriana (Knowles & Westc.) So it may take longer for new publication to be incorporated and we would ask you to refrain from sending feedback at this time and only to send it when we return to full capacity which will not be before the 1st of August 2020. in 1835. Rolfe, Orchid Rev. munda Rchb.f. schroederiana (Rchb.f.) Here is a list of all the orchid species which was extracted from the an inventory database I worked on for my dear friend Annette, who spent many a long hour typing all of these entries into her computer. Most Laelia species are epiphytic; that is, they are supported by other plants and have aerial roots exposed to the humid atmosphere. schroederiana Rchb.f. Por ejemplo la variedad alba, hilliana, lineata, sanderiana, veitchiana, etc. Laelia anceps is an undemanding and easy plant to grow for most people. 1862; Cattleya anceps [Lindley] Beer 1854; Laelia anceps f. alba (Rchb.f.) Very strong floral substance (sturdy flower parts). roeblingeana Rolfe 1898, Another Color Variety Die Orchideen Schlechter 1915; AOS Bulletin Vol 56 No 5 1987 drawing fide; AOS Bulletin Vol 66 # 12 1997photo fide; Australian Orchid Review Vol 73 No 4 2008 photo;