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The ultimate resource for all things orchids
Ancestry/progeny, etc background information – not specific to orchids
Learning resources and up-to-date conversations about Bromeliads
Technical backgrounds, scientific plant descriptions, identification photos and more
Non-profit organization dedicated to creating a tool that will help users search for and find the roots of their orchids
Aliceara – see Beallara
Anthurium – coming soon!
Bromeliad (incl. genera)
Camellia sinensis – coming soon!
Cattleya (incl. directory of Cattleya Alliance)
Dendrobium (incl. sections)
Devil’s Ivy (Pothos, Epipremnum aureum)
Juniper procumbens – coming soon!
Miltassia – see Brassia; Miltonia
Miltoniopsis and Miltonia
Oncidium (incl. directory of Oncidium Alliance)
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Anthurium Casanova – 4″ Pot, Live Houseplant$36.00 – $64.00
IN SPIKE Miltoniopsis Arthur Cobbledick ‘Springtime’$40.00 – $46.00
- Other Plants
LARGE Tea Plant Camellia sinensis – 20-35″ tall, 1 gallon pot – Live Tea Plant$36.00 – $45.00
Orchids Mystery Box – 3 Orchids (see description)$85.00 – $95.00
You’re probably here because you just purchased a Miltonia or Miltoniopsis Orchid – congrats! Or perhaps, you’re teetering around the buy-now button, but you’re not sure if you’re cut out to be an orchid parent. We’ll help you figure that out. Hint: you are cut out for it. Miltonia and Miltoniopsis are frequently lumped together,
If your home has become a graveyard of out-of-sorts orchids, struggling Snake Plants, or bleak bonsai trees – you’re not alone. Many of us have been there. If you’re most certainly not ready for the responsibility of a pet (or worse, a child) – you’re in the right place. If you’re living in a concrete
The Oncidium orchid genus, often abbreviated to just Onc, belongs to the angiosperm family Orchidaceae. Around 300 gorgeous species fall under this plentiful genus. Common names for these orchids include Dancing Lady or Golden Shower orchid, aptly named for their yellow-brown to golden dress-like petal arrangements. Some species change it up and exhibit white, red,
(AKA Devil’s Ivy, AKA Epipremnum Aureum) That’s right! Golden Pothos! Devil’s Ivy, Hunter’s Robe, Silver Vine, Epipremnum aureum (not to be confused with Philodendron)! Also, one of the countless plants carrying the moniker “Money Plant” (every plant’s money plant to the guy you get it from)! This beautiful, quick-growing vine is simply one of the
Grant and the other green-thumbs at Bombotany are on stand-by to answer any questions you might have about your plants (no matter where you got them). Your purchases don’t stop when the package hits your porch. We’re here for you to make sure your plants thrive! Looking for more in-depth care information, specific tips, or diagnosis for an unhappy plant? Want to chat about honey bees? Fill out the form below!