Orchids at Kew
An extraordinary look at the collection of 20,000 orchids at the renowned Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew. The book describes all of the species and hybrids, their propagation, naming and cultivation. Also, the work being done to conserve and reintroduce rare orchids is presented.
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The Living Collection
Orchid Taxonomy the Herbarium
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Africa areas Australia botanist Bulbophyllum Calanthe Cattleya cells chromosomes collection at Kew colour compost cork oak cork oak bark cultivation Cymbidium Cypripedium Dactylorhiza Dendrobium Disa epiphyte epiphyte compost epiphytic orchids Flora flower spikes forests fungus genera genus germination glasshouse greenhouse grow grown at Kew growth habitat Herbarium Hooker hybrids illustrations inflorescence Jodrell Laboratory Joseph Hooker Joyce Stewart Kew collection Kew's leaf leaves lithophytic Living Collections medium Micropropagation night minimum temperature Oncidium orchid collection Orchid Conservation orchid growers Orchid Herbarium orchid plants orchid species Orchidaceae orchids at Kew Paphiopedilum petals Phalaenopsis Phillip Cribb pink Pleione pollination pollinia pots Princess of Wales produced propagation protocorms pseudobulbs purple range repotted roots Royal Botanic Gardens Royal Horticultural Society Sainsbury Orchid seedlings sepals slipper orchid specimens temperature of 18°C terrestrial orchids tissue tropical orchids tubers usually Wakehurst Place Wales Conservatory white flowers wide wild winter night minimum yellow