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Raymond Prothero, Jr. takes us on a beautifully illustrated, two-issue tour of the native orchids of California, based on 20 years of traveling the State's back roads and trails. One or more of the State's 40 distinct taxa in 10 different genera grows in each country; many hiding in plain sight. If native orchids aren't your forte, Sue Bottom shows us everything you ever wanted to know about choosing a fertilizer based on your water quality.
The February issue also features a lavishly illustrated history and future of the Santa Barbara International Orchid Show and if you have never been, there's still time to make travel plans for mid-March. Also in the February issue, A.A. Chadwick tells us about the historically significant Cattleya hybrid, C. Constance Wigan, registered in 1902.
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