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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Phalaenopsis Hybrid   
by emmily1955

Orchids   
by N3ptun0

Oncidium Sharry Baby "Sweet Fragrance "   
by W. Pfennig

Oncidium Sharry Baby "Sweet Fragrance"   
by W. Pfennig

Phalaenopsis Hybrid   
by emmily1955

Stanhopea oculata   
by Andrew H Kim

Phalaenopsis Hybrid   
by emmily1955

Oncidium Sharry Baby "Sweet Fragrance "   
by W. Pfennig

Orchids   
by N3ptun0

Dracula carlueri   
by emmily1955

Cattleya leopoldii   
by emmily1955

Cattleya leopoldii   
by emmily1955

(Blc. Haw Yuan x Blc. Prots of Paradise) x Blc. Memoria Srivilas Glod "Gold left foot"   
by iknowledgetree

(Blc. Haw Yuan x Blc. Prots of Paradise) x Blc. Memoria Srivilas Glod "Gold left foot"   
by iknowledgetree

Cat. Dupreana coerulea subvar. ' Kodama '   
by emmily1955

A visit to Sunset Valley Orchids. C. Leoloddiglossa var. coerulea. Fred Clarke is breeding with this one.   
by rwa_in_SD

A visit to Sunset Valley Orchids.   
by rwa_in_SD

A visit to Sunset Valley Orchids. Cattleya Enid, an old timer that is in the ancestry of many hybrids.   
by rwa_in_SD

Cattleya granulosa Hybrid???   
by emmily1955

Cattleya granulosa Hybrid??   
by emmily1955

Angulocaste (Lycaste Capricorn "Vulcan" x Angulocaste Paul Gripp x Lycaste Chita Sunset)   
by Svetlana B.

Angulocaste (Lycaste Capricorn "Vulcan" x Angulocaste Paul Gripp x Lycaste Chita Sunset)   
by Svetlana B.

Cattleya sp.   
by N3ptun0

Orchids   
by N3ptun0

Cattleya granulosa 'Bodenseeperle'   
by emmily1955

Cattleya granulosa 'Bodenseeperle'   
by emmily1955

Cattleya x Frankeana   
by emmily1955

Cattleya x Frankeana   
by emmily1955

Cat. gaskelliana var. ' Blue Dragon ' x ( intermedia x intertexta ) coerulea   
by emmily1955

Sobralia rogersiana 'Grande' HCC/AOS   
by rwa_in_SD

Laelia tenebrosa 'Bronze Beauty' AM/AOS   
by rwa_in_SD

Cleisostoma scolopendrifolium   
by epiphyte78

Ficus macrophylla Phorobana   
by epiphyte78

Microcoelia exilis   
by epiphyte78

Phalaenopsis bellina coerulea & Phalaenopsis violacea indigo   
by Giorgio Armano

Laelia dayana x Cat. harrisoniae alba   
by emmily1955

Cattleya Intricata   
by emmily1955

orchids   
by tangocatgems1

" Cattleya loddigesii var. martinelli "   
by W. Pfennig

" Cattleya loddigesii "   
by W. Pfennig

" Cattleya gaskelliana "   
by W. Pfennig

" Cycnodes Wine Delight "   
by W. Pfennig

Phalaenopsis Hybrid with deeply dark red flowers   
by emmily1955

Phalaenopsis Hybrid with deeply dark red flowers   
by emmily1955

" the next two Blossoms "   
by W. Pfennig

" the next two Blossoms "   
by W. Pfennig

" Laelia dayana x Cattleya Harrisonianae alba "   
by W. Pfennig

Brassavola grandiflora   
by Svetlana B.
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