Tuesday, June 02, 2020
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Japan Orchid Booth
Japan Orchid Booth rok-flowers
Japan Orchid Booth
Japan Orchid Booth rok-flowers
Japan Orchid Booth
Japan Orchid Booth rok-flowers
Japan Orchid Booth
Japan Orchid Booth Japan Orchid Booth at Int'l Orchid Tradeshow in Tokyo. rok-flowers
Orchids
Orchids rok-flowers
Orchids
Orchids Of course, Be-1 works on orchids too! rok-flowers
Brigitte-Bardot
Brigitte-Bardot A splash of pink cups the lip of the white bloom. Flower size 6cm (2 1/3"). Relatively easy to breed. rok-flowers
Cymbidium Aeka Orchid
Cymbidium Aeka Orchid Cymbidium Aeka (Cym. Aeka) "Kiritubo," which means magnificent scent, is an original orchid cultivated by Japan Orchid Inc. and fed with Be-1. It debuted at the Int'l Orchid Show at the Tokyo Dome (Tokyo, Japan) in 2009. Its seed parents were Cymbidium and Wood Nymph and its pollen parents were Cymbidium and Enzan Knuckle. rok-flowers
Marilyn Monroe
Marilyn Monroe Originally cultivated and released in Japan in 1975, sales of the Marilyn Monroe were soft. With large pink flowers and elegant colors, it caught the eye of a grower in Santa Barbara, California, who brought it to the U.S. and turned it into a U.S. sensation. After gaining popularity in the U.S., it returned to Japan and found new success; today, it is remains one of the most beloved varieties. Flower size 4" to 4 3/4" (10~12cm) , with a 19" to 23.5" (50 to 60cm) scape. rok-flowers
Grace-Kelley Orchid
Grace-Kelley Orchid In the early 1970s, Yoriaki Hayakawa cultivated several original Cymbidium orchids and gave tribute to great American actresses including, Brigitte Bardot, Marilyn Monroe and this Grace Kelley. rok-flowers
Monkey Orchid
Monkey Orchid Called a "monkey orchid" for obvious reasons, this little guy is grown by our Be-1 team in Japan. Possibly the best representation of a monkey in a flower we have ever seen, the Japanese media are coming to the nursery today to take pictures. rok-flowers
Monkey Orchid Blooms
Monkey Orchid Blooms Looks like the little guy on bottom-left is smiling! rok-flowers
Himalayan Dendrobii Orchid
Himalayan Dendrobii Orchid Looks are deceiving. These friendly, rabbit food-like looking pellets pack a lot of power. It doesn't take a lot. Just mix one tablespoon with water and pour into your flowers to get results like this Himalayan Dendrobii orchid. This variety needs little nutrients, so is given just one tablespoon each year. rok-flowers
Dendrobium  Monilifome (Sekoku) Orchid
Dendrobium Monilifome (Sekoku) Orchid Native Japanese orchid rok-flowers
Himalayan Dendrobii Orchid
Himalayan Dendrobii Orchid closeup rok-flowers
Be-1 Pellets and orchid
Be-1 Pellets and orchid Carpet of beneficial fungi covering an orchid pot. rok-fungi