The Gardener's Guide to Growing Orchids, Issue 178
“A brilliant collection of gardening books.”—The New York Times Book Review
From the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, a series The New York Times calls a "brilliant collection of gardening books."
The world-famous Brooklyn Botanic Garden, a renowned collection of international experts, and celebrated orchid photographer Charles Marsden Fitch, combine their talents to give gardeners all the information they need to cultivate the exotic orchid. This unmatched and beautiful handbook covers all the basics in painstaking detail, from propagation and potting to watering and fertilizing to setting temperatures and light. There’s advice on overcoming common beginner’s pitfalls, creating an orchid collection, growing under lights, and control of common pests.
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Cultivating Orchids DAVID HORAK
Growing Orchids Under Lights PATTI LEE
Orchid Diseases and Pests DAVID HORAK
Propagating Your Orchids
Hybridizing Orchids ANDY EASTON
Growing an Orchid Collection DENNIS DAYAN
Showing Orchids H PHILLIPS JESUP
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