The American Orchid Society Magazine Issues
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.
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.