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  • Orchid Growing for Wimps

    Terrified of orchids? Absolute beginners will become absolute experts once they've mastered this truly empowering information--and enjoyed entertaining images of "orchid wimps" successfully cultivating prized plants. Beginners are welcomed reassuringly to the world of orchids with 16 different…

  • Growing Orchids from Seed

    The authors explain everything from selecting the right equipment to planting your own seed-raised orchids in the greenhouse. With lavishly illustrated pages of step-by-step coloured drawings and photographs.

  • The Orchid

    Produced in association with Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, this collection of 40 orchids tells the many intriguing stories of this beguiling plant. It is enhanced with botanical illustrations by the great orchid artists, 40 of which have also been selected be included as prints and presented in a…

  • Sander's List of Orchid Hybrids 2011 - 2013

    …List of Orchid Hybrids - Three Year Addendum 2011-2013 The latest three-year (12th) addendum to Sander's list of orchid hybrids will be published by the Royal Horticultural Society in May 2014. It contains names, parentage, and names of registrant and originator for all orchid hybrids registered…

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  • Orchids of South Africa

    Orchids of South Africa is the first field guide to local orchids to be published in over 30 years, and presents the more than 450 orchid species found in the region, including Lesotho and Swaziland. A comprehensive roundup of orchids in their natural habitat, the book features multiple photos for…

  • Blue Orchid and Big Tree

    A story of bravery, hardship and adventure, of how Cornish brothers William and Thomas Lobb became two of England's most successful plant hunters. Employed by James Veitch, the visionary owner of the horticultural nursery James Veitch & Son, the brothers spent years exploring remote landscapes…

  • Happy Orchid

    …Medal-winning orchid grower. And discover sensational new varieties to add to your collection. Did you know that many orchids hate being in direct sunlight? Or that most orchids have a crucial dormant period when their care needs change? Happy Orchid dispels the myths around orchid care, starting…

  • The Book of Orchids

    …every seven flowering plants on earth is an orchid. Some are stunningly over the top; others almost inconspicuous. The Orchidaceae is the second most widely geographically distributed family, after the grasses, yet remains one of the least understood. This book profiles 600 species, representing the…

  • Orchid Basics

    There are no plants that surpass Orchids in terms of their beauty and diversity. This comprehensive guide ensures that even the most nervous newcomer can grow them with confidence. This book covers all the techniques needed to keep an orchid in good shape, hints and tips on waterng, feeding,…

  • Orchid Summer

    A heady celebration of the beauty and history of the wild orchid species of the British Isles, embraced in one glorious and kaleidoscopic summer-long hunt by naturalist Jon Dunn. From the chalk downs of the south coast of England to the heathery moorland of the Shetland Isles, and from the holy…

  • The Orchid Hunter

    …species of orchid native to the British Isles. He has just a few months to complete his quest - no one has ever done it before within one growing season- and it will require ingenuity, stamina and a large dose of luck. Like Two Owls at Eton and My Family and Other Animals, The Orchid Hunter is a…

  • Britain's Orchids

    …accompanying text makes clear the current position. Other sections of the book cover orchid habitats, germination and growth, reproduction and pollination, hybridisation, conservation in action, and observing and photographing orchids. The easy-to-use format is designed for use in the field and aims…

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