Author: Charles Marden Fitch
Publisher: Brooklyn Botanic Garden; First Edition edition (June 1, 2004)
Category: Gardening & Landscape Design
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Series: Brooklyn Botanic Garden All-Region Guide.
Series: Brooklyn Botanic Garden All-Region Guide. Paperback: 120 pages. The info is good and easy to understand for beginning enthusiasts. The book does not spent much time on the different types of orchids and their specific requirements so this should by no means be considered a comprehensive guide.
From the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, a series The New York Times calls a brilliant collection of gardening books. This manual is a goldmine of practical and inspirational information.
The key to growing spectacular tropical orchids indoors lies in identifying the needs of individual plants and finding the combination of conditions that makes them thrive-from amenable potting mixtures to adequate humidity levels. This volume provides an in-depth look at the basics of successful orchid growing, whether you are cultivating a few plants on a windowsill or nurturing an ever-expanding collection under lights. The key to growing spectacular tropical orchids indoors lies in identifying the needs of individual plants and finding the combination of conditions that makes them thrive-from amenable potting mixtures to adequate humidity levels.
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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A Guide to National Orchid Garden at Singapore Botanic Gardens . Nestled in the heart of Singapore Botanic Gardens is the National Orchid Garden, a paradise showcase of tropical orchids amidst a fine profusion of lush tropical greenery. How to get to National Orchid Garden At the Gardens’ major entrances, look out for mapboards and directional signs to National Orchid Garden. Orchid species growing on the tree trunks and rocks are of Asian origins, while those flourishing on the majestic Tasmanian Tree Ferns (Dicksonia antarctica) are of American and African origins. Montane forests of the tropics have a cool climate and high rainfall throughout the year.
The ultimate gardening reference work compiled by two dozen of the world's leading plant experts under the auspices of one of the world's greatest botanical gardens. Brooklyn Botanic Garden Gardener's Desk Reference is a milestone in garden publishing, the kind of groundbreaking work that appears once in a lifetime. No gardening reference-ever-has combined this scope of information in a single volume. The coverage in most gardening reference books falls into a few standard horticultural categories
Brooklyn Botanic Garden (BBG) is a botanical garden in the borough of Brooklyn in New York City.
Brooklyn Botanic Garden (BBG) is a botanical garden in the borough of Brooklyn in New York City. Founded in 1910 and located in Mount Prospect Park, next to Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Museum, the 52-acre (21 ha) garden includes a number of specialty "gardens within the Garden", plant collections and the Steinhardt Conservatory, which houses the C. V. Starr Bonsai Museum, three climate-themed plant pavilions, a white cast-iron and glass aquatic plant house, and an art gallery.
From the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, a series The New York Times calls a "brilliant collection of gardening books. Orchid lovers will delight in this guide to indoor cultivation. This manual is a goldmine of practical and inspirational information, and a great value too. Fitch, a member of the who’s who of orchid specialists, presents the newest, most exciting, and most spectacular tropical varieties.