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Lazy Days

Author is Ken Slump, posted 6 months ago Tips for the Time-Challenged Orchid Grower HOBBY ORCHID GROWERS OFTEN have a tendency to amass rather large and diverse collections of plants over time, and it is not uncommon for the care and... Read More

Inside Out

Author is Ken Slump, posted 6 months ago It’s Time to Move Orchids Outdoors for Summer WHILE MOST OF US PROBABLY consider some types of orchids to be suitable houseplants and the majority to be greenhouse subjects, all of their ances... Read More

In the Mix

Author is Ken Slump, posted 6 months ago Potting Media for Orchids are as Diverse as the Growers AS THE ROOTS THRIVE, SO THRIVES the plant. When repotting time rolls around, it is important to consider the moisture holding capacity a... Read More

Flower Boosters

Author is Roy Tokunaga, posted 7 months ago Flower Boosters  Florida 2018 by Roy Tokunaga   Email:  [email protected]   Definition:  Anything that will empower my Orchid to spike more reliably with maximum flowers.   It can be cultu... Read More

Migrating the OrchidWiz Journal Between Computers

Author is Marianna, posted 8 months ago Connect external storage, ie USB, to the computer that has OrchidWiz Journal, computer 1.  Search this computer for OrchidWiz Journal folder (by default it is in the Document folder) (A).  Right... Read More

Odontoglossum luteopurpureum, alias Odontoglossum sceptrum

Author is Stig Dalström, posted 11 months ago Odontoglossum luteopurpureum Lindl., is really a widely distributed and variable complex, or “superspecies”, that due to geographic isolation in some areas have developed a degree of sub-speciation... Read More

Odontoglossum deburghgraeveanum – A Natural Hybrid?

Author is Stig Dalström, posted 11 months ago In response to the musings by Andy Easton that Odontoglossum deburghgraeveanum is a natural hybrid between Odm. harryanum and Odm. wyattianum, I just want to add some comments based on observations... Read More

"Ain't Nature strange........”!

Author is Andy Easton, posted 11 months ago We made the crossing of Vuyls. Cambria ‘Plush’ (2n) × Oda. Charlesworthii 4n some years ago now. So long ago that already the clones of our selection, a really bright, true red, have already been c... Read More

Oda. Zephyr & Oda. Meteor

Author is Andy Easton, posted 11 months ago Two interesting old-timers here. Oda. Zephyr dates back to Thwaites' registration in 1911. This second generation Odont carries 3' inflorescences and at least 30 blooms. The hybrid was Cda. noezlia... Read More

Oda. Colwell

Author is Andy Easton, posted 11 months ago Well Oda. Colwell is not much to look at...... but it has produced several outstanding red breeding lines of today. Guided by Alan Moon, Eric Young picked up this plant from Charlesworth's and prod... Read More

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