The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Orchids

The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Orchids

This handsome reference, now available in paperback, is sure to delight gardeners with a casual interest in orchids as well as the committed enthusiast and professional. Encompassing a wide spectrum of orchid genera, over 1100 species and hybrids commonly in cultivation are detailed. With an authoritative but accessible text written by acknowledged experts of international renown, the book features all the pertinent topics which guide the reader to an understanding of these wonderful flowers: orchid habitats, distribution, classification, hybrids, pollination, cultivation, and conservation. The alphabetical "Orchids A–Z" section includes descriptions, taxonomy, currently accepted names and synonyms, geographic distribution, notes on culture, and hundreds of color photographs of the best-known species in cultivation.
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The New Encyclopedia of Orchids: 1500 Species in Cultivation

1500 orchid species are profiled in this authoritative, detailed, and carefully researched encyclopedia. Infinitely varied and hugely interesting, these strikingly beautiful plants are sumptuously illustrated with over 1000 photographs in a reference that no orchid lover can afford to be without. Isobyl la Croix is a scientist, plant hunter, and horticulturalist; her deep passion for orchids informs the plant selection and adds depth to the plant descriptions. The cultivation advice includes information about the orchid’s native habitat—including elevation, geography, and climate. Recent developments in DNA analysis have led to some surprising findings with regard to the relationships between orchids, and the author has undertaken an extensive effort to bring all orchid names up-to-date to reflect the latest scientific thinking and taxonomy. From Acampe to Zygostates, no other serious reference approaches the depth and authority of this remarkable
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The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Orchids

This handsome reference, now available in paperback, is sure to delight gardeners with a casual interest in orchids as well as the committed enthusiast and professional. Encompassing a wide spectrum of orchid genera, over 1100 species and hybrids commonly in cultivation are detailed. With an authoritative but accessible text written by acknowledged experts of international renown, the book features all the pertinent topics which guide the reader to an understanding of these wonderful flowers: orchid habitats, distribution, classification, hybrids, pollination, cultivation, and conservation. The alphabetical “Orchids A–Z” section includes descriptions, taxonomy, currently accepted names and synonyms, geographic distribution, notes on culture, and hundreds of color photographs of the best-known species in
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The Encyclopedia of Orchids – A Complete Guide on Orchids

Everything you need to know about Orchids is in this 71-page fact-filled book. Orchids are the most popular indoor plants around due to the fact that they produce dozens of beautiful flowers during their peak growth season. There are also dozens of different species to choose from. The proliferation of the plant across the continents has allowed it to cross-pollinate efficiently. Because of the sheer number of species, even botanists have a hard time classifying the plants. There is often some confusion when it comes to naming the various specimens of the orchid species. One of the things that separate this species from other plant species and other orchid species is that they freely cross-pollinate and create hybrids with other orchids. This allows orchid keepers and enthusiasts to create beautiful hybrids if they
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The Encyclopedia of Orchids – A Complete Guide on Orchids

The Encyclopedia of Orchids - A Complete Guide on OrchidsEverything you need to know about Orchids is in this 71-page fact-filled book.

Orchids are the most popular indoor plants around due to the fact that they produce dozens of beautiful flowers during their peak growth season.

There are also dozens of different species to choose from. The proliferation of the plant across the continents has allowed it to cross-pollinate efficiently.

Because of the sheer number of species, even botanists have a hard time classifying the plants. There is often some confusion when it comes to naming the various specimens of the orchid species.

One of the things that separate this species from other plant species and other orchid species is that they freely cross-pollinate and create hybrids with other orchids. This allows orchid keepers and enthusiasts to create beautiful hybrids if they wish.

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The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Orchids

The Illustrated Encyclopedia of OrchidsThis handsome reference, now available in paperback, is sure to delight gardeners with a casual interest in orchids as well as the committed enthusiast and professional. Encompassing a wide spectrum of orchid genera, over 1100 species and hybrids commonly in cultivation are detailed. With an authoritative but accessible text written by acknowledged experts of international renown, the book features all the pertinent topics which guide the reader to an understanding of these wonderful flowers: orchid habitats, distribution, classification, hybrids, pollination, cultivation, and conservation. The alphabetical “Orchids A–Z” section includes descriptions, taxonomy, currently accepted names and synonyms, geographic distribution, notes on culture, and hundreds of color photographs of the best-known species in cultivation.

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The New Encyclopedia of Orchids: 1500 Species in Cultivation

The New Encyclopedia of Orchids: 1500 Species in Cultivation

1500 orchid species are profiled in this authoritative, detailed, and carefully researched encyclopedia. Infinitely varied and hugely interesting, these strikingly beautiful plants are sumptuously illustrated with over 1000 photographs in a reference that no orchid lover can afford to be without. Isobyl la Croix is a scientist, plant hunter, and horticulturalist; her deep passion for orchids informs the plant selection and adds depth to the plant descriptions. The cultivation advice includes information about the orchid’s native habitat—including elevation, geography, and climate. Recent developments in DNA analysis have led to some surprising findings with regard to the relationships between orchids, and the author has undertaken an extensive effort to bring all orchid names up-to-date to reflect the latest scientific thinking and taxonomy. From Acampe to Zygostates, no other serious reference approaches the depth and authority of this remarkable book.

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