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Some Orchids Might Survive Outside In Winter

Author is Anu Dharmani, posted over 4 years ago There are orchids that could survive even in snow. According to their response to temperature variation in the climate, orchids can be broadly classified into three categories: sensitive, intermedi... Read More

Angraecum Veitchii "The First"

Author is Tom Kuligowski, posted over 4 years ago      Who was John Seden?  He was a horticulturist working for the Veitch Nurseries in the Southwest part of England in the late 1800s and into the early 1900s.  John was a hybridizer that was respo... Read More

Angraecoids of South Africa

Author is Tom Kuligowski, posted over 4 years ago        Over the last fourteen years, I have had the opportunity to meet numerous people from all parts of the globe that have a passion for Angraecoids.  Meeting some in person and others via the i... Read More

Angraecum Culture with Semi-Hydroponic Techniques

Author is Tom Kuligowski, posted over 4 years ago        "This guest post was written upon my request by Professor Chris Johnson from the University of Utah.  Dr. Johnson has a passion like so many of us: orchids.  This post addresses his issue re... Read More

The Ghost Orchid, Into the Slough

Author is Tom Kuligowski, posted over 4 years ago        I would like to introduce a new guest writer that submitted an article pertaining to Dendrophylax lindenii; commonly referred to as the "Ghost Orchid".  I thank Wendy Mazuk for taking the ti... Read More

Angraecum Longiscott

Author is Tom Kuligowski, posted over 4 years ago Longiscott is the Angraecoid that started it all.  My first bloomed in the summer 0f 2000.  The above plant is one from a batch I obtained from H & R Orchids about two years ago.  This plant is... Read More

Microcoelia stolzii

Author is Tom Kuligowski, posted over 4 years ago Microcoelia stolzii, found throughout the south eastern coast into the south central sections of Africa.  Mic. stolzii grows on twigs and branches in evergreen forests and woodlands within a high r... Read More

Plectrelminthus caudatus

Author is Tom Kuligowski, posted over 4 years ago      Plectrelminthus caudatus was at one time also called Angrcaecum caudatum, however it is still part of the Angcraecum alliance.  It is the only species in the genus.  It's origin is West Africa... Read More

Oeniella polystachys

Author is Tom Kuligowski, posted over 4 years ago In February of 2013, I added a post dealing with the culture I use to grow Oeoniella polystachys. Over the last month and a half, I have received numerous emails from hobbyists and growers regardin... Read More

Aerangis mystacidii

Author is Tom Kuligowski, posted over 4 years ago Aerangis mystacidii, the image on the left is just now starting to bloom.  It is a plant that was a part of a group I obtained two years ago.  The image on the right is that of a plant that bloomed... Read More

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