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Your First Orchid is your passport to understanding the ABCs of orchid culture. The basics of choosing a plant, creating a growing area, watering, fertilizer,and repotting are among the subjects fully explained in this practical guide, which is written in easy-to-understand language.
This 245-page book, beautifully illustrated with over 450 color photographs, covers a myriad of topics on orchid culture. Topics include specific information on popular orchid groups, repotting, orchid mounting, growing orchids semi-hydroponically, as well as a section on common orchid pests and diseases.
Orchid Pests and Diseases brings together in one convenient place everything you need to know to identify and control whatever may be ailing your orchid, whether insects, bacteria, or fungi.
Etchings and pen and ink drawings of orchids by Blanche Ames. "The Rediscovery of a Lost Orchid" by Professor Oakes Ames. Poems the Ameses sent with the drawings as Christmas Cards, 1937-1949 (Regular Price: $12.95)
All about the lovely orchids that are popular houseplants. White,pink and many other colors. Color painting of the species for identification. How to grow them and how today's hybrids were developed.
Growing Orchids Under Lights explains how to cultivate orchids beneath fluorescent lights, plant lights and high-intensity lamps.
Martin Motes, PhD, provides a comprehensive guide to growing orchids. Written in a humorous and easily accessible style, Florida Orchid Growing will make everyone an expert. This Florida- specific guide will prove invaluable to subtropical and tropical growers everywhere.
Martin Motes, PhD, ofrece una guia completa para el cultivo de orquideas. Escrito con un estilo humorístico y fácil de comprender, la obra Cultivo de Orquídeas de Florida hará de cada lector un experto. Esta guía específica para Florida será de valor inmenso para los cultivadores de orquídeas tropicales y subtropicales de todas partes.
In The Wild Orchids of Arizona and New Mexico, Ronald A. Coleman treats all the species of wild orchids currently found in or historically known to have occurred in Arizona and New Mexico.
Capturing orchid flowers in photographs is a practical way to enjoy their beauty for years to come. Learn how to get the best results when you want to take beautiful pictures of your growing and blooming orchids using film cameras.
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