4 edition of Culture of the Phalaenopsis orchid found in the catalog.
Culture of the Phalaenopsis orchid
Includes bibliographical references (p. 180-181) and index.
|LC Classifications||SB409.8.P47 G67 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||188 p. :|
|Number of Pages||188|
|LC Control Number||92243931|
Phalaenopsis Culture Phalaenopsis - International Phalaenopsis Alliance Phalaenopsis Species and Hybrids - Alain Broch Phalaenopsis - What Can Go Wrong - Sue Bottom Growing the Best Phalaenopsis - Runkle, Wang, Blanchard & Lopez, AOS Media, Transplanting, Water & Nutrition - op. cit. Temperature, Light, Insects & Diseases - op. cit. Production. The culture of Phalaenopsis orchids involves windowsill light and consistent moisture. Phals do very well as houseplants and will grow and flower in a moderately bright windowsill. Each year a Phalaenopsis will grow one or two new leaves.
species of orchids with new ones being discovered each year. The majority the species grow in tropical climates of Central and South America, Africa and Asia with species native to North America. Orchid culture changed dramatically in the early s, when orchid growing expanded through the discovery of how to germinate orchid Size: KB. Phalaenopsis Culture Plus is a basic care guide for Phalaenopsis (Moth) Orchids. Our Orchid care guides are the "Sweet Spot" between basic culture sheets and full on books. With easy to apply information and beautiful pictures we think you'll find caring for you Moth Orchid much easier with the end result being a healthy, yearly blooming 5/5(3).
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Quarto,PP/5(5). Phalaenopsis Culture Sheet fayl-eh-NOP-siss Phalaenopsis, the moth orchid, is perhaps the best orchid for growing in the home, and is also a favorite with greenhouse growers. Well-grown plants can flower often, sometimes with a few flowers throughout the year, though the main season is.
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Contact Also in Orchid Books Description. Culture of the Phalaenopsis Orchid, by Bob Gordon Growing Orchids - Book Three, by J. Rentoul Encyclopedia of Cultivated Orchids, by Alex D. Hawkes Phalaenopsis Kingdom from Formosa, by. Phalaenopsis are ‘low’ light orchids. They grow beautifully in an east window and can be grown in a south or west window if protected by a sheer curtain.
A phal’s leaves should be olive green. If they are darker it means the plant is not getting enough light; red tinged leaves mean the. The name of orchids is decided by the discover for new species or by the first person who registers a new hybrid. Until a new hybrid is registered it will be identified by the name of it’s parents, separated by an X.
For example: Phalaenopsis amabilis x Phalaenopsis violacea or Phalaenopsis (amabilis x violacea) or Phalaenopsis amabilis xFile Size: KB. The books "Orchid Species Culture" Two books (so far) concentrating on culture are available covering a number of orchid species.
Each book also contains cultural information for orchids in general, extensive appendices on diseases, pests, nutrition, use of chemicals, and other subjects handy in the greenhouse.
His passion is phalaenopsis orchids, and in 'Culture of the Phalaenopsis Orchid,' he begins with the basics of growing healthy plants - light, temperature, humidity, watering, fertilizers and air movement - and then he expands on information for those of us who already have plants and now want to know what it takes to grow award-quality bloomers/5.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gordon, Bob, Culture of the phalaenopsis orchid. Rialto, Calif.: Laid-Back Publications, © Phalaenopsis' roots are also attracted to the light and prefer growing in clear pots.
It is time to repot your plant as soon as it has become too large for its pot or when it has been in the same compost for 2 years. In the case of phalaenopsis repot when the roots are active and showing green tips.
Always use a proprietary orchid compost. Moth Orchids: The Complete Guide to Phalaenopsis This books is wonderful. All the information needed to successfully grow Phalaenopsis orchids is here, with lots of diagrams and very comprehensive details on every aspect of raising these wonderful s: Culture is the standard text for growing Phalaenopsis and is written for all levels of experience among hobbyist growers worldwide.
This edition has been updated, expanded, and revised from the original widely-acclaimed edition of Has 50% more information than the original. The book devotes six full pages to the importance of plant labels including pictures of what they look like.
The topic is, however, controversial in other circles because most orchids are sold these days without names. Mass production of Phalaenopsis has largely driven this decline though other popular genera are starting to follow suit.
The American Orchid Society Guide to Orchids and their Culture This page book, beautifully illustrated with over color photographs, covers a myriad of topics on orchid culture.
Topics include specific information on popular orchid groups, repotting, orchid mounting, growing orchids semi-hydroponically, as well as a section on common orchid pests and diseases.
Dendrobium Culture: Phalaenopsis and Semi-Antelope types Den. Classic White 'Memoria Yukie Nakano', AM/AOS. Dendrobium is the second largest genus in the Orchidaceae; the largest is Bulbophyllum, with possibly more than 2, bium is so massive that its more than 1, species are divided into several sections and subsections based on both floral and vegetative.
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To buy a potted orchid plant or a gorgeous orchid. Margaret Baker was a frequent contributor to the American Orchid Society Bulletin. She was an avid amateur orchid enthusiast and with her husband Charles previously wrote "Orchid Species Culture: Dendrobium" and "Orchid Species Culture: Pescatorea, Phaius, Phalaenopsis, Pholidota, Phragmipedium, and Pleione" published by Timber Press.
Go Back to Free Culture Sheet Index. This article was provided by Charles and Margaret Baker. Please visit their web site to find out about their Orchid Species Culture books, Pollination Database, and culture sheet subscription service., and culture sheet subscription service.
Phalaenopsis Care, Culture and Tips: The Basics. Phalaenopsis need four primary things to grow well and rebloom in your home: water, light, nutrients (fertilizer) and a good potting medium that allows for air flow and evaporation. In order to keep your orchid happy and blooming you’ll have to provide the right amount of each.Note: These articles are part of the Orchid Species Culture series of books and articles.
This part was originally printed December in Orchids 65(12): DENDROBIUM SPECIES CULTURE. Part 2 - Dendrobium phalaenopsis. Charles and Margaret Baker. Northeastern Australia is home to a group of orchids that are among the most beautiful.