Orchidpeople Flasks

August 2016


We continue to receive shipments of flasks of our own crosses for sale. Each flask contains between 35-40 plants Many of these are crosses we consider warm tolerant based on our growing and testing on our benches at 250 above sea level in Hawaii on the Big Island. Of course you will have to try these crosses under your growing conditions to verify this. In most cases one or both parents definitely are warm tolerant and were tested and shown warm tolerant. We make no guarantee as to heat or warm tolerance. We provide as much information as possible for you to make an informed decision.

There are only a few each of these flasks so supply is limited.

Price: $45 per flask plus $15 shipping Fedex.





OPP439 Balkis 'Nevada' x Sleeping Nymph 'Glacier'
5 flasks left

The Balkis 'Nevada' is one of the best Balkis and gives lovely form. Crossing with Sleeping Nymph 'Glacier' should produce nice clear whites. COOL Growing standards

OPP597 Sleeping Bill Bailey 'Alba' x Peter Pan 'Lawson's #5'
2 flasks left

Peter Pan is the classic green warm tolerant mini that blooms late summer to early autumn. The large flower of the Sleeping Bill Bailey with its high flower count should make nice seedlings with some decent form. The alba Bill Bailey will also help clear some of the red from Peter Pan similar to Peterborough. Looking for warm growing intermediates with good flower count that bloom in the late summer to early autumn.



PYS57 Walk in Sunshine x Peter Pan 'Lawson's #5'
5 flasks left

Walk in Sunshine is an alba cross of Sleeping Biscuit-an alba green- and Milton Carpenter 4n. Combining with Peter Pan should reduce the flower size and bulb size while giving nice clear greens that are warm tolerant.



OPP598 Ruby Lips '17F' x Peter Pan 'Lawson's #5'
3 flasks left
PYS45 is the reverse of this cross
4 flasks left

Ruby Lips '17F' is a large 5" flower that carries 17 flowers on a spike. Crossing with the warm tolerant Peter Pan should make an early red that has warm tolerance and a high flower count. Plants will be intermediate in size as will the flowers.