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Plants in 6-inch pots are bulb and growth to flowering size and may be in spike.
The first line contains our file number and name of the hybrid (if any). If we have a photo of a plant from the cross, the number will be a link to the photo. The second line is the names of the parents. The third line is the expected appearance of the flower.

6" pot size plants are $15.00 each not in spike or $20.00 each with a single spike (October to March only; please inquire about availability). All plants are normally shipped bare root with the potting mix removed. We do not normally ship plants in spike! Plants in spike are normally available only at the nursery. To arrange for shipment of 6" plants in pot or in spike, contact us directly to determine the additional shipping charges required.

This is the current listing, and supersedes all previous lists.


LB 1932 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Valley Sovereign 'Foxfire' x Cym. Louise Hay 'Nancy'
Limited! Both parents are 4.5 inch bright yellow round flowers on upright stems. Louise Hay 'Nancy' usually has two spikes on a bulb with 12-14 flowers each. We expect to see bright yellow free blooming tetraploid flowers on upright spikes. Could be some awards in March and April.

LB 1933 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Avranches 'Green Gold' x Cym. Valley Zenith 'Erin Spring'
Both parents are bright green 4.5 inch round flowers with bright red banded lips. The cross should provide mostly bright green nonstainint tetraploid flowers for February to April.

LB 1934 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Bob Marlin 'Erika' x Cym. Yamanashi Fire 'Burgundy'
This is a cross of two of our best red parents. We expect mostly 4.5 inch dark burgundy red tetraploid flowers on long stems with up to 18 tetraploid flowers on a stem for April blooming.

LB 1935 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Mighty Sensation 'Geyserland' x Cym. Yamanashi Fire 'Burgundy'
This is another deep red cross to provide mostly 4.5 inch deeb burgundy red tetraploid flowers for late March to April blooming.

LB 1937 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Mighty Sensation 'Geyserland' x Cym. Khan Flame 'Lucifer'
This cross combines the dark brick red of the Mighty Sensation with the great form of the purple red Khan Flame. We expect a lot of good round 4.5 inch bright red tetraploid flowers for the March shows. Could be awards here.

LB 1939 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Mighty Sensation 'Geyserland' x Cym. Dorothy Rowe 'Showoff' B/CSA
This cross combines the dark brick red of the Sensational Vintage with the great saturated 5" purple red Dorothy Rowe. We expect a lot of good round 4.5 inch bright red tetraploid flowers for the March shows.

LB 1941 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Avranches 'Green Gold' x Cym. Louise Hay 'Nancy'
Limited! This is a 4.5 inch round green crossed with a full round bright yellow. Most should be 4.5 inch green to yellow tetraploids with red banded lips for March.

LB 1944 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Helen Tangcay 'Passion' B/CSA x Cym. Phil Cass 'Highlights' AM/AOS S/CSA
Here is another of the few light pink crosses we have, but this one has the potential to have patterns in the color of the sepals and petals such as dark pink midribs in the petals. These are all tetraploids and should bloom in March and April with many flowers on long spikes. Could be some awards.

LB 1945 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Kirby Lesh 'Cinnabar' AM/AOS S/CSA x Cym. Valley Splash 'Awesome'
Valley Splash has been a great parent in Australia, but is just starting to be used here. It has the potential to breed some striking patterned flowers with dark midribs in the sepals and petals, and possibly some spots as well. Tetraploids for February and March. Could be some awards.

LB 1947 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Lemon Butter 'Solana Jade' x Cym. Emerald Moon 'Nancy'
Here is another medium green large flowered cross with upright spikes for March and April. The tetraploid flowers should be mostly 4.5 to 5" across with very heavy substance and little sunstaining.

LB 1948 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Valley Zenith 'Erin Spring' x Cym. Erin Mist 'Emerald'
Limited! This cross was made to provide bright green 4,5" tetraploid flowers with bright red banded lips for February and March blooms on long spikes.

LB 1949 Cym. Green Sensation
Cym. Lemon Butter 'Solana Jade' x Cym. Valley Zenith 'Erin Spring'
This is a remake of an Australian cross using our own green parents. The flowers should be 4.5 inches across with little sunstaining and blooming for late March to April.

LB 1950 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Yai 'Monica' x Cym. Dorothy Rowe 'Showoff' B/CSA
Limited! This cross should be mostly bright pink to light purple red with dark banded lips. The 3.5 to 4" flowers should be tetraploid and should bloom from February to March.

LB 1952 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Valley Zenith 'Erin Spring' x Cym. Emerald Moon 'Nancy'
Limited! This is another cross with the expectations of bright green flowers with bright red banded lips. The tetraploid 4.5 inch flowers should bloom on tall spikes in March with a minimum of sunstaining. Possible awards.

LB 1953 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Harry Polis '#1' x Cym. Ruby Lips 'Erika' AM/AOS B/CSA
Limited! This cross has the potential to be the darkest purple red cross we have ever made as both parents are very dark. We expect very dark saturated purple red 3.5 inch triploid flowers on upright stems and compact plants for March and April blooms and have the potential to be showstoppers.

LB 1954 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Rising Sun '#2' x Cym. Daisy Mae 'Nancy'
Limited! We are very fond of pure color flowers, those that produce no red pigments at all, only yellow, green or white, even on the lips. Both parents are genetically pure color, and all of the cross should be bright yellow 4.5" tetraploid flowers on tall spikes for March and April blooms

LB 1955 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Sunshine Smile 'Harriet Ishitani' x Cym. Daisy Mae 'Nancy'
We are very fond of pure color flowers, those that produce no red pigments at all, only yellow, green or white, even on the lips. Both parents are genetically pure color, and all of the cross should be bright yellow 4.5" tetraploid flowers on tall spikes for March and April blooms

LB 1957 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Pele 'Prolific' x Cym. Vogelsang 'Eastborne' 4N
Pele 'Prolific' is one of the most free blooming cymbidiums we have seen, blooming with 7 spikes and 70 4.5 inch flowers as a first bloom in a gallon pot. This cross should provide lots of free blooming tetraploid offspring with up to 20 3.5 inch red flowers on long arching stems for April blooms.

LB 1959 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Burma Ruby 'Midnight' x Cym. Yamanashi Fire 'Burgundy'
Limited! Intense red cymbidiums are another of our specialties, and both parents are deep saturated red flowers blooming in March and April. Most of these should be deep red tetraploid flowers with dark red banded lips for March to April.

LB 1961 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Ruby Lips 'Leopard' x Cym. Skukuza 'Nancy' AM/AOS B/CSA
Skukuza 'Nancy' has a lot of latent spotting, and is a large round flower with up to 17 flowers on a long stem. With the spotted Ruby Lips 'Leopard', we expect to get a number of fine spotted tetraploid cultivars from the cross. Could be awards.

LB 1962 Cym. Dream Catcher
Cym. Dream Catcher 'Wow' x Cym. Dream Catcher 'Nancy'
This is a sibling cross between the two most striking cultivars of Cym. Dream Catcher. We expect a number of striking patterned pink tetraploid flowers with stripes and splotches of color on the sepals and petals for March blooms.

LB 1963 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Dream Catcher 'Wow' x Cym. Valley Splash 'Awesome'
Valley Splash 'Awesome' has produced a number of striking patterned flowers in Australia. Combined with our unique Dream Catcher 'Wow', we hope to see many light pink to white tetraploid flowers with bright pink stripes on the midrib of the sepals and petals. These should bloom in March.

LB 1972 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Khan Flame 'Raquel' x Cym. Dorothy Rowe 'Showoff' B/CSA
Dorothy Rowe is one of our finest pink breeders, and combined with Khan Flame, these should produce some lovely bright pink flowers 4" or larger with good shape for February. Could be awards.

LB 1973 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Dorothy Rowe 'Showoff' B/CSA x Cym. Pele 'Prolific'
A bit of a different tack here. Look for vibrant colors in the red to dark pink range with good shape blooming in February to March.

LB 1974 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Ruby Lips 'Erika' AM/AOS B/CSA x Cym. Red Beauty 'Netty' 4N
Limited! This cross should produce some excellent reds. Our exciting Ruby Lips 'Erika' with the classic Red Beauty 'Netty' should make for an interesting combination. These should bloom in March.

LB 1978 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Dorothy Rowe 'Showoff' B/CSA x Cym. Red Beauty 'Netty' 4N
Dorothy Rowe has proven to be our best breeder for bright pinks, and crossing it with the classic 'Netty' should make some nice pinks for midseason.

LB 1979 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Bob Marlin 'Erika' x Cym. Pele 'Prolific'
A cross of two of our best reds to bloom for the March shows.

LB 2001 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Ruby Lips 'Nancy' x Cym. Rebel Yell 'Passion'
Limited! This is another cross for some nice new reds. Should bloom in March.

LB 2003 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Avranches 'Green Gold' x Cym. Peter Dawson 'Grenadier' G/CSA
We've crossed Peter Dawson with some whites before with disappointing results, probably due to the green in its background, so I thought of crossing it with one of our nice big greens instead. Expect large light green flowers on fairly long spikes for February. Could be some awards.

LB 2004 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Joint Venture 'Nugget' x Cym. Louise Hay 'Nancy'
Limited! Here's another cross for big yellows. Probably will have longer spikes but slightly smaller flowers than LB 2002. Should bloom in March.

LB 2005 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Knock Out 'Splash' x Cym. Fiery Queen 'Sunset'
Limited! Here's another cross for some nice patterned flowers. Both of these are nice large yellow to orange flowers with a red pattern, and we should see that in the seedlings. Should bloom in March.

LB 2008 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Brenda 'Geyserland' x Cym. Greek Goddess 'Blushing'
Greek Goddess 'Blushing' doesn't quite have the patterning of its more celebrated sisters, but is named for the eye-catching pink flush on the sides of its lip. Whether that comes through or not, these should be good whites to light pinks for March.

LB 2009 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Dorothy Rowe 'Showoff' x Cym. Tathra 'Dark Beauty'
Limited! We use Dorothy Rowe for the vibrant color it provides to its offspring, and this cross should be no exception. Should bloom in Feb.-March.

LB 2023 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Grand Dame 'Nancy' x Cym. Brenda 'Geyserland'
Both of these are big clear round white flowers, and we expect more of the same. These should bloom for the spring shows.

LB 2082 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Sharon Osato 'Mercutio' x Cym. Ruby Lips 'Erika'
We've been known for our red cymbidiums over the years, and here's the latest. First time that we've used our remake of Sharon Osato for hybridizing. Show quality is possible.

LB 2085 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Valley Splash 'Awesome' x Cym. Woody Wilson 'Snowbird'
Valley Splash has been a good parent Down Under, and we've seen some nice results here. With Woody Wilson, these should be nice whites with a light pink patterns for the spring shows.

LB 2091 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Pontac 'Trinity' x Cym. Hazel Fay 'Shocking'
Hazel Fay 'Shocking' was a surprise tetraploid from a mostly triploid orange cross, with great color to boot, and has been a mainstay of our breeding program. With the red Pontac, expect nice dark orange to light red flowers for February.

LB 2094 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Marie Bashir 'Flash' x Cym. Karen 'Mokoia Sunset'
There could be some interesting color combinations here. Marie Bashir has a mahogany red pattern over a dark yellow background, while Karen is an intriguing pastel orange. Mostly oranges with some red overlay. Should be good growing plants as well.

LB 2095 Unnamed Cymbidium Hybrid
Cym. Hazel Fay 'Shocking' x Cym. (Giant's Causeway x Electric Ladyland) 'Morgan'
'Morgan' is a light orange-red with tall spikes. Combined with Hazel Fay, we should have nice oranges, possibly with some red, for February.

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