Growing Hardy Orchids

Growing Hardy Orchids

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species of Cypripedium, Dactylorhiza, Pleione, and Spiranthes. In addition to detailing the techniques of cultivation and propagation, Tullock looks at conservation, an especially critical issue for native orchids in danger of extinction. Fortunately, laboratories and mail-order houses now offer legally salvaged and nursery-propagated plants; gardeners will welcome the list of suppliers and organizations concluding this essential guide."--BOOK JACKET.
"Despite their many charms, hardy orchids have a reputation for being difficult to cultivate, which has dissuaded gardeners from making the attempt. In truth, most hardy orchids are no more challenging to grow than a rose. Armed with the simple techniques that John Tullock provides in Growing Hardy Orchids, anyone can raise these plants successfully." "At the center of the book is a catalog of 103 hardy and half-hardy orchids, many of which the author has grown in his own garden, including
Publisher: Portland, Or. : Timber Press, 2005
ISBN: 0881927155 (hardback)
Branch Call Number: 635.9344 TUL
Characteristics: 244 p. : col. ill., col. map ; 24 cm

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