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Dendrobium stratiotes.

Dendrobium stratiotes.
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Zootrophion endressianus.

Zootrophion endressianus.
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Pleurothallis johnsonii

Pleurothallis johnsonii
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Epigeneium treacherianum

Epigeneium treacherianum
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A Sense of Place
by Jeffrey Parker (2005-04-05)

When I unwrap a newly acquired plant and see the growth habit, my imagination runs wild. As one who doesn't travel much, each new orchid offers me a small window into its place of origin...
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A Visit to Panama
by Kathy Klett (2004-05-01)

I'm staying in a cabin in El Parque Internacional de La Amistad, established and maintained by Costa Rica and Panama and declared by UNESCO a World Heritage Site. One of the largest parks in the world, it is a land of magnificent mountains...
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The Stanhopeinae of Tropical Orchid Farm
by Jeffrey Parker (2004-05-01)

We have always tried to bring uncommon, bizarre and interesting orchid species (and appreciation of them) to the market. This year is no exception. For the first time I used the Internet to check if other companies are offering...
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News From Tropical Orchid Farm
by Jeffery Parker (2003-04-25)

The orchid flowers in our garden mark the seasons. With more than 90 orchid species now established there is often a beautiful display. Though still in its infancy, the botanical garden is taking shape, and some orchids are already...
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Building a Species Collection
by Jeffrey Parker (2003-04-25)

Many years ago, I attended my first meeting of the Maui Orchid Society. On the display table among all the showy Hawaiian dendrobium and cattleya hybrids was a very strange plant. It had long round "rat-tail" leaves hanging down...
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The Forests of Colombia
by Jeffrey Parker (2002-06-01)

The forests of Colombia are home to the most beautiful orchids... cattleya, masdevallia, odontoglossum. Each is the reflection of a particular place, shaped by the wind and rain, the sun and clouds and its forest companions...
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Pleurothallids: Wave of the Future?
by Jeffrey Parker (2002-06-01)

Our company is perhaps best known for our seed-grown species of Cattleya, Dendrobium, and Stanhopea-relatives, and we will continue to emphasize them. But several of you have noticed that we are adding more species in the Pleurothallidinae each year...
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Some Basic Concepts for Growing Orchid Species
by Jeffrey Parker (2002-06-01)

Congratulations! You have chosen as your avocation (or pastime) the most interesting and enjoyable field in all of botany! After all, orchids are by far the largest plant family, the most diverse, and the most written-about group of plants...
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Why Grow Orchid Species?
by Jeffrey Parker (2002-06-01)

When I first started collecting orchid species, it seemed like the hardest thing to find out anything about the species. But it turns out that more has been written about orchid species than any other group of plants on earth. Before long, I found...
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Bulbophyllum frostii x self

Bulbophyllum frostii x
self
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Pleurothallis prolifera.

Pleurothallis prolifera.
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Angraecum sesquipedale `Kelly Watson' x self.

Angraecum sesquipedale
`Kelly Watson' x self.
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Dendrobium rhodopterygium var. semi-alba.

Dendrobium rhodopterygium
var. semi-alba.
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