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American orchid culture

White, Edward Albert

American orchid culture

by White, Edward Albert

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Published by A. T. De La Mare company, inc. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Orchids.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Edward A. White...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB409 .W5 1942
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 p. l., 276 p.
    Number of Pages276
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6441090M
    LC Control Number42024865
    OCLC/WorldCa187254

      I realize that you are looking for opinions on orchid books for general culture, so (at the moment) these two invaluable orchid books are not what you are after. But I must list them as two of the ''best available orchid books on the market now.'' The Genus Cymbidium by . "In his book Orchid: a Cultural History, Jim Endersby explains how people ate orchid roots in a dish, ground them up and drank them in wine or goat's milk — to incite lust or suppress it; to have male children or female children or none at all. In ancient Thessaly, they were rumoured to use orchid roots to both cure and cause venereal disease.

    As a first-generation Chinese American, she struggles to reconcile her Chinese cultural heritage with her emerging sense of herself as an American. In the memoir's first chapter, "No Name Woman," Kingston's mother, Brave Orchid, tells her daughter about an aunt on Kingston's father's side of the family. the jardin. rm emerald haven. rm rm amethyst beauty. rm rm vivid blush. rm rm golden delicate. rm warmest.

    Author: American Orchid Society. Publisher: West Palm Beach, Fla. ( S. Olive Ave., W. Palm Beach, FL ): The Society, © Edition/Format. And finally, a small number of orchids are true terrestrial, meaning they grow in soil like most plants. A bit of orchid history Confucius, the Chinese philosopher, grew orchids in the fifth century BC and wrote a poem about them. Theophrastus, a Greek philosopher and scientist, mentions orchids in his “Essay on Plants” published around.


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New York, A.T. De La Mare, (OCoLC)   Above: Found in woodlands throughout Canada and the US, a Calypso bulbosa var. occidentalis, or western fairy slipper orchid, was captured by photographer and author Jim Fowler, in of the best ways to get a sense of the stunning variety of North America’s native orchid species is to visit Jim’s Flickr gallery.

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