The Orchid Doctor Articles under the Heading Cymbidiums, Miniature

Cymbidiums, Miniature Comments
CYMBIDIUMS, MINIATURE: Breeding Polyploids From Diploids Examples of rarities, with names, and its significance; refer to OA77-130+ 0
CYMBIDIUMS, MINIATURE: Definition Any hybrid with at least one dwarf species as a parent or in its immediate background. OA79-52 0
CYMBIDIUMS, MINIATURE: Different Degrees Primary hybrids: small pot plants, usually a cross between Cym. pumilum and a regular diploid; Second generation, a cross between a Primary hybrid and a regular diploid; and, Polymins, a cross between a diploid and a tetraploid primaries to achieve a polyploid (usually sterile). Stewart's Catalog. 0
CYMBIDIUMS, MINIATURE: Early Breeding Results List of first to third generations with six species; refer to A70-100+; AU70-28+ 0
CYMBIDIUMS, MINIATURE: Flower Size Judges in New Zealand settle on a maximum diameter of three inches for miniature and novelty types, with a penalty for coarse foliage. OA79-125Measurement for jumbo miniatures is over three inches (7.5 cm.) Overall Width ; for the majority it is less than three inches OW, about three-quarters of an inch (2.0 cm.) Petal Width; about 1 inch. (2.5 cm.) Sepal Width. OA79-174+ 0
CYMBIDIUMS, MINIATURE: Lowest Temperatures Tolerated In fall and winter 45 deg.F. will not harm them; later in winter 55 deg.F. until many flowers are open; then up to 60 deg.F, to lessen flower spotting. A72-686; A80-739 0
CYMBIDIUMS, MINIATURE: Meaning This designation refers to the flower size not the foliage, as in Japan. OIE88Jan-9 0
CYMBIDIUMS, MINIATURE: Species Used in Their Hybridizing A list of eleven with characteristics, progeny, etc., refer to OD85-238 0
CYMBIDIUMS, MINIATURE: Status of the Descriptive Should the awards system recognize them? OA83-120 0
CYMBIDIUMS, MINIATURE: Temperatures Required Maximum and minimum difference is less than that required for standards (25 deg.F.); when grown with cattleyas they flower a month or two earlier. OD74-136 0
CYMBIDIUMS, MINIATURE: Ten Great Ones Chosen by J.Burkey: Amesbury 'St.Treva', Bulbarrow 'Friar Tuck', Changing Times 'Santa Barbara', Cracker-Jack 'Midnight Magic', Dolores Hoyt 'Limelight', Excalibur 'Galahad', Ivy Fung 'Cossack', Minette 'Green Queen', Pendragon 'Broadmoor', Sylvia Miller 'Goldenrod', with reasons and illus.; refer to OA79-174 0

New Topics

  1. Rae Walker asked question Dendrobium No I’d. HELP! in category Dendrobiums
  2. John Hyatt asked question Deformed growths on BLC King of Taiwan in category Cattleya Alliance
  3. Darrin Duling asked question Unidentified Bratonia in category General Discussion
  4. Armando Mantellini started topic Cattleya jenmanii missing awards in category Cattleya Alliance
  5. Darrin Duling asked question Phragmipedium Cape Sunset or Eric Young? in category Paph Alliance

New Comments

  1. Carol Holdren commented on member plant Lc. Nice Holiday 'Suntopia' by William Gorski
  2. Robert H. Findlay commented on topic "Phragmipedium Cape Sunset or Eric Young?" by Darrin Duling
  3. Robert H. Findlay commented on member plant Phrag. Ecuagenera Dream by Robert H. Findlay
  4. Tatjana Opekunova commented on article "CATTLEYAS: Control of Blooming Time" by Robert M. [Bert] Hamilton (Compiler)
  5. Tatjana Opekunova commented on article "CATTLEYAS: Reasons for Non-flowering" by Robert M. [Bert] Hamilton (Compiler)
  6. Carol Holdren commented on member plant Zygopetalum var. Big Red One by Wyatt Parker
  7. Carol Holdren commented on topic "Need ID, Please" by Oliver Quin Surco
  8. Sara D commented on member plant Phal. bellina var. Coerulea by Sara D
  9. Debbie Chase commented on topic "Identify This Orchid " by Debbie Chase
  10. Andrew Chan commented on member plant V. Yano Blue var. Ploenpit by Mary Lane