Miniature Orchids and How to Grow Them
Excellent, comprehensive guide—meticulously researched, clearly written and profusely illustrated—describes the characteristics and basic needs of hundreds of orchid species—from the thimble-sized Dendrobium frigidum to the large, fragrant blossoms of the Cattleya walkerana. Includes Encyclopedia of Representative Species.
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