The American Orchid Society Magazine Issues
Travel with the Wild Orchid Man, Stig Dalström, in search of Paphiopedilum fairrieanum. Only very small populations of this species remain today.
Nile Dusdieker tells us the ins and outs of becoming an orchid snooper. Tom Kuligowski shares with us his successes creating attractive mounted specimens using non-traditional mounts. Robert Butt shares with us his heart-wrenching but entertaining story about how orchids changed his life.
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.
The supplement contains articles from "Giants of The Cattleya World: The Labiate Cattleyas" to "Cattleya Forms and Varieties" and more. Currently On Sale!
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.