|Pleurothallis gargantua in closeup. The flowers measure 1" across by 3" long.|
|Pleurothallis gargantua planted in the ground in the Tropical High Elevation House.|
|Pleurothallis marthae can be grown as an epiphyte or as a terrestrial.|
|A yet-to-be-identified Pleurothallis growing epiphytically on a cedar tree|
All of the Pleurothallids pictured above belong to my favorite section of the genus Pleurothallis, the Macrophyllae-fasciculatae, colloquially known as the clamshell Pleurothallids.
|Not all Stelis are micro miniatures. This species produces flowers 1/2" diameter--huge for a Stelis.|