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Vandas and Ascocendas and their combinations with other genera

by Grove, David L.

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Published by Timber Press in Portland, Or .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vanda.,
  • Orchid culture.,
  • Vanda -- Breeding.,
  • Hybridization, Vegetable.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 223-226) and indexes.

    StatementDavid L. Grove ; with paintings by Angela Mirro and photographs by Charles Marden Fitch.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB409.8.V36 G76 1995
    The Physical Object
    Pagination241 p., [40] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages241
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1118442M
    ISBN 100881923168
    LC Control Number94044663

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    Vandas and Ascocendas and their Combinations with other Genera Vandas and Ascocendas and Their Combinations with Other Genera By David L. Grove This guide by a vanda expert includes information on the species origins of Vanda hybrids and all the intergeneric hybrids, particularly those that form the manmade orchid genus Ascocenda. The Ascocentrum genus is a relatively small group of about 10 species that hails from the Asian tropics—yet from a collector's point of view, these are extremely important ntrum plants are closely related to Vandas and easily hybridize with these resulting Ascocentrum x Vanda cross is known as Ascocenda, or Ascocenda plants offer the very best of both their.

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This book is a guide to Vanda species and hybrids and their many combinations with 9 other related genera (Aerides, Arachnis, Ascocentrum, Neofinetia, Paraphalaenopsis, Phalaenopsis, Renanthera, Rhynchostylis and Vandopsis). The most numerous and popular of these combinations are those with Timber Press, Portland, Oregon, by: 2.

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Customer reviews. out of 5 stars. out of 5. 11 customer s: Modern vandas are the most spectacular of all cultivated orchids, offering a kaleidoscopic range of colors and often blooming six times a year or more with flowers lasting up to eight weeks.

This book presents for the first time a history of the introduction of Vanda species and an accurate modern scientific view of the genus, including exciting. Book: Author: Van Gogh's Gardens: Derek Fell: Vandas and Ascocendas and Their Combinations with Other Genera: David L.

Grove: Vandas: Their Botany, History and Culture: Martin R. Motes (1) Variegated Plants in Color: Yoshimichi Hirose: Variegated Plants: The Encyclopedia of Patterned Foliage: Susan Conder: Variegated Trees and Shrubs: The.

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Holst   I just got my copy of Grove: "Vandas and ascocendas and their combinations with other genera". Nice book, a bit old, but it has one bit which details orchid culture.

It says, among other not-so-relevant things, that strap-leaved vandas will fold their leaves if subjected to too much light. My small sansai blue has now been moved away from the. The most common vandaceous orchids are Vandas (including recently renamed Ascocentrum), and Ascocendas.

Here in South Florida we also grow many other species and intergeneric ­hybrids such as Rhynchostylis, Aerides, ­Aeridovanda (Aerides × Vanda), and numerous other combinations of these closely-related plants.Design: Genera Books - Save now on titles like Home, Sex and Unisex, and other Design: Genera Books.Vandas and Ascocendas and Their Combinations with Other Genera.

This guide by a vanda expert includes information on the species origins of Vanda hybrids and all the intergeneric hybrids, particularly those that form the manmade orchid genus Ascocenda. Fully one-third of the book is devoted to detailed suggestions for providing optimum growing.