orchids we grow

Southern California orchid growers are blessed with (mostly) moderate temperatures throughout the year, allowing many orchids to be grown outdoors. In fact, fully 40% of OSSC members don't have a greenhouse! The photos on these pages are all examples of plants that have been grown in Southern California, both in and out of greenhouses, and come from the OSSC flickr group, which is open to all Southern California orchid enthusiasts. By default, the  "most interesting" photos are presented first. (Note: the degree of "interestingness" is determined by flickr's proprietary methodology.)


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Prosthechea cochleata   
by orchid dude

Rhynchostylis retusa -detail-   
by orchid dude

Rhynchostylis retusa   
by orchid dude

Cattleya labiata semi-alba 'Foleyana'   
by orchid dude

Orchid 57.   
by Alexandra Rudge. Merry Christmas!!!

Symbiotic Orchid Germination 1a 008   
by epiphyte78

Sophronitis mantiqueirae   
by mini-catts

Dendrobium Clown Feathers   
by mini-catts

Cynodes freckled seetheart   
by disanuts

000_1013 White Phalaenopsis #7   
by marksobers

100_4084 White Phalaenopsis #5   
by marksobers

000_0998 White Phalaenopsis #2   
by marksobers

Prosthechea cochleata -detail-   
by orchid dude

Neofinetia falcata x Aerides lawrenceae 4   
by mini-catts

DSC_1296   
by disanuts

100_4920 Fully developed spike and flowers. July, 2011.   
by marksobers

100_4919 Fully developed spike and flowers. July, 2011.   
by marksobers

100_4703 The spike elongates on this Phalaenopsis orchid. April, 2011.   
by marksobers

000_1024 A tiny spike starts to form, March 2011 on this Phalaenopsis orchid.   
by marksobers

Angraecum distichum 4   
by mini-catts

Renantanda Paul Gripp '#1' 2   
by mini-catts

Symbiotic Orchid Germination 7 200   
by epiphyte78

Symbiotic Orchid Germination 5 191   
by epiphyte78

Ascofinetia Lionstar   
by orchid dude
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