A selection of articles related to epidendrum hybrids.
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Epidendrum Hybrids is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Epidendrum Hybrids books and related discussion.
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- MARCH NEWSLETTER
- Mar 1, 2011 Above: Epidendrum hybrids. Epidendrums are terrestrial orchids that grow very much like shrubs and require minimal care.
- Denver Orchid Society - "Orchids Gone Wild" - March 12, 2011
- Mar 12, 2011 Epidendrum Hybrid (Easter Bunny x Sun Valley). Barbara Vander Stoep. 104.
- New Class Schedule for 2006
- Feb 3, 2011 (including intergeneric hybrids of Brassavola, Laelia, Cattleya, Encyclia, Epidendrum EXCEPT. Sophronitis).
- March 11, 2011 Expires: March 12, 2012 CERTIFICATION LIST
- Cymbidium hybrids - 6", 8" pots. 8. Dendrobium hybrids - 4", 6" pots.
- Tips on Growing Orchids in Florida 1
- Both types of Epidendrum frequently are crossed with cattleyas resulting in hybrids called "Epicats" which often display the better qualities of both parents.
Suggested News Resources
- Orchids: Epidendrums are compact and easy to grow
- ARTHUR E. CHADWICK. Orchids: Epidendrums are compact and easy to grow.
Suggested Web Resources
- Encyclia & Epidendrum Hybrids & Species
- Check the full descriptions for more details about their scent and culture.
- Reed-stem Epidendrums.
- This super eyecatching hybrid is our most popular plant in the greenhouse. It is a cross of Epi. pseudo-epidendrum and C.
- Epidendrum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Epidendrum 1] abbreviated Epi in horticultural trade, is a large neotropical genus of the orchid family.
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