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Subfamily: EPIDENDROIDEAE
Tribe: EPIDENDREAE I (New World)
Subtribe: PLEUROTHALLIDINAE

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 Dracula berthae - Cool - Potted - Colombia - $ 30
5 inch narrow leaves - white wide open flat flowers are heavily speckled with dark pink - sassy pink tongue and google eyes make an impish face in center of flower. Mature.


 
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 Dracula carlueri - Intermediate - in Net Pots - Costa Rica - $ 30
White flower is suffused with pink near the center - sepals are coated with soft white hairs on the inside and curl inward along the margins - vigorous grower that blooms profusely. Mature.


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 Dracula chimaera - Intermediate to Cool - in Net Pots - Colombia - $ 35
Hairy buff yellow flowers are spotted in varying degrees with garnet - dramatic long red tails - spectacular - 8 inch plant. Mature.


 
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 Dracula deniseana - Intermediate to Cool - in Net Pots - Peru - $ 35
This uncommon narrow leaved species is one of just a few from Peru - mid-sized flowers are light pink dotted with purple and have dark red tails - vigorous grower - not common. Mature.


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 Dracula diana - Intermediate to Cool - in Net Pots - Colombia - $ 35
Mid-sized flower opens flat and has lovely symetry - light yellow base color is dotted and barred with dark red - prominent spoon-shaped pink lip. Mature.


 
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 Dracula erythrochaete - Intermediate - in Net Pots - Costa Rica & Panama - $ 25
6 inch plant produces many lovely pink flowers dusted with rose - deep rose tails - one of the easiest draculas to grow. Mature.


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 Dracula hirtzii - Intermediate - in Net Pots - Ecuador - $ 35
Large flat flowers are speckled and suffused with red to blackish-brown - one of the showiest of the large flowered draculas. Mature.


 
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 Dracula houtteana - Intermediate - in Net Pots - Colombia - $ 25
Baby pink speckled blossoms have fine pubescence - dark pink tails - plentiful flowers. Mature.


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 Dracula nycterina - Intermediate to Cool - in Net Pots - Colombia - $ 30
Originally described in 1873 and named for its batlike appearance - vigorous plant bears many waxy light yellow, red speckled flowers on short pendent spikes - long red tails and white concave lip add to the charm. Mature.


 
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 Dracula ophioceps - Intermediate - Potted or Mounted - Colombia - $ 30
Compact 5 inch plant bears many flower spikes that descend sharply - bell-like honey-color flowers are coated with a sparkling white pubescence - the dorsal sepal tail points upward opening the flower nicely. Mature.


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 Dracula psyche - Intermediate to Cool - in Net Pots - Ecuador - $ 30
This distinctive species has narrow 7 inch leaves and an upright spike habit - each lovely flower is white with dark pink stripes and a light purple margin and tails. Mature.


 
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 Dracula ripleyana - Intermediate - in Net Pots - Costa Rica - $ 30
Petite flower has ivory base color with purple suffusion in center - flat flower has long dark red tails - robust grower. Mature.


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 Dracula roezlii - Intermediate to Cool - in Net Pots - Colombia - $ 35
Unlike the dark purple-black form of this species, these showy flowers are a muted red - they open nicely and have a pink lip. Mature.


 
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 Dracula severa - Intermediate - in Net Pots - Colombia - $ 35
Large light yellow flowers dusted with maroon usually bloom on erect spikes - twisted monster-like flowers are dramatic. Mature.


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 Dracula sibundoyensis - Intermediate to Cool - in Net Pots - Colombia - $ 30
Showy finely pubescent flower is dusted with orangish-pink. Mature.


 
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 Dracula sodiroi - Intermediate to Cool - in Net Pots - Ecuador - $ 30
The erect spikes and simultaneous appearance of two or three flowers per spike make this dracula unique - bright orange bell-shaped blossoms with burnt orange tails - copious white hairs inside - 10 inch plant. Mature.


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 Dracula velutina - Intermediate to Cool - in Net Pots - Colombia - $ 20
Small white blossoms have delicate pink tails - the inside surface of the flower is coated with tiny hairs - a tiny face peers from the center. Mature.


 
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 Dracula venosa - Intermediate - in Net Pots - Ecuador - $ 20
Cupped flower is flecked with orange-red - out-turned yellow tails - very floriferous - vigorous clumpy plants. Mature.


 
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 Dracula vespertillio - Intermediate - in Net Pots - Ecuador - $ 25
Unusual 1 ½ inch yellow and white flower mottled with red - white lip has curled epichile. Mature.


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Updated: 2/9/2016