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First described in 1856 as Miltonia warscewiczii, the plant we now know as Oncidium fuscatum is an easily grown, warmth-tolerant and floriferous species worthy of space in any of our collections.
Orchid ‘Hunting’ may evoke an image of dense forest, blood-sucking insects and dangerous predators but it is perfectly easy to amble along Ecuador’s roads in comfort and find a wonderful variety of orchids and ordinary plants in camera’s reach.
The November 2016 issue contains articles from "Orchids Through the Artist's Eyes" to "For the Novice: Breeding Improved Species" and more.
Andrew Coghill discusses the genus Clowesia, its inter- and intrageneric hybrids and how to grow them in a thorough thoughtfully written feature.
Estaban (Steve) Gonzalez-Costa discusses the various color forms of three of the smaller Brazilian bifoliate cattleyas, Cattleya forbesii, Cattleya intermedia, and Cattleya loddigesii, and their culture in a major feature article.
The February 2017 issue contains articles from "Native Orchids of California" to "The Santa Barbara International Orchid Show" and more.
Raymond Prothero, Jr. completes his beautifully illustrated, two-issue tour of the native orchids of California detailing the Platanthera species that grow in the state.
Our April issue each year is devoted to judging. In this issue we report the winners of the 18 year-end special awards selected from all of the awards given in 2015.
The May 2017 issue contains articles from "Promiscuous French Ladies, Soldiers, Monkeys, Bees, Frogs and Lizards" to "Spotlight" and more.
The June 2017 issue contains articles from "Isotria verticillata" to "Parting Shot" and more.
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