CATTLEYAS AND THEIR RELATIVES PDF

In addition to his considerable expertise, Dr. Withner brings clarity, precision, order and enthusiasm to the complexities the genera present. The clear and detailed text is supported by photographs, type illustrations, and diagrams. Useful both as a botanical and horticultural reference, this is the most complete and up-to-date work on the genera included.

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In addition to his considerable expertise, Dr. Withner brings clarity, precision, order and enthusiasm to the complexities the genera present. The clear and detailed text is supported by photographs, type illustrations, and diagrams. Useful both as a botanical and horticultural reference, this is the most complete and up-to-date work on the genera included.

It presents information on 67 major and minor species from nine Caribbean genera: Broughtonia, Cattleyopsis, Domingoa, Encylia, Laeliopsis, Neocogniauxia, Psychilis, Quisqueya, and Tetramicra. With increasing interest in habitat survival and in the conservation of all species, avid orchid hobbyists increasingly wish to see and know more about these lesser-known taxa. Of special interest in this volume are the first thorough information on Tetramicra and the first-ever drawing of Encyclia angustifolia, an extremely rare species first collected in Jamaica but never before photographed or drawn for publication.

The general run of taxa in this volume is not to be found in ordinary orchid books and will be of great interest to enthusiasts. It and the five volumes to follow will form a grand addition to orchid libraries All those interested in the cattleyas and their relatives, from botanist to the professional grower to the hobbyist, will find Dr.

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The publication of the 6 volumes in this work were spread over 12 years; the last volume Volume 6, published in updated the previous five with new scholarship and research. In , Dr. If there is anything you want to know about Cattleya, other than details about hybrids created after , this is the reference work that will guide you and answer you. Cattleyas are a New World species and for most of their existence have been the typical flower form most people think of when the word "orchid" is mentioned.

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For a long period, a Cattleya corsage was a prerequisite for any special occasion and as a result the Cattleya has often been called the Queen of Orchids. While no longer the reigning queen of the orchid floral industry it is difficult not to be impressed by a well-flowered Cattleya. No longer limited to white and various shades of lavender and purple, high quality flowers are available in the entire color spectrum except true blue and in a wide range of plant sizes. Most Cattleyas and their relatives are easy to grow.

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