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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Cattleya labiata var. coerulea   
by emmily1955

Cattleya labiata var. coerulea   
by emmily1955

Cattleya Hybride   
by emmily1955

Cattleya dormaniana   
by emmily1955

Cattleya dormaniana   
by emmily1955

Trilogy of Cattleya maxima (2)   
by emmily1955

Trilogy of Cattleya maxima (1)   
by emmily1955

two different Cattleya maxima var. coerulea   
by emmily1955

two different Cattleya maxima var. coerulea   
by emmily1955

Cattleya maxima var. coerulea ' Hector '   
by emmily1955

Cattleya maxima tipo   
by emmily1955

Cattleya maxima tipo   
by emmily1955

Cattleya perrinii var. alba   
by emmily1955

Cattleya perrinii var. alba   
by emmily1955

Dracula cutis-bufonis   
by emmily1955

Cattleya labiata var. semi alba #2   
by emmily1955

Cattleya labiata var. semi alba #2   
by emmily1955

Masdevallia xanthina red   
by emmily1955

The next flowers   
by W. P.

Cattleya maxima var. coerulea   
by emmily1955

Phragmipedium sorcerors apprentice   
by W. P.

Phragmipedium sorcerors apprentice   
by W. P.

Potinara var. Haku Gem. Superspots   
by W. P.

Cattleya violacea var. rubra ' Bodenseeperle ' SM (B)/D.O.G. 2018   
by emmily1955

Cattleya violacea var. rubra ' Bodenseeperle ' SM (B)/D.O.G. 2018   
by emmily1955

Cattleya (Pittiae x aclandie√°e ) x Sophia Martin   
by W. P.

Cattleya perrinii   
by emmily1955

Cattleya perrinii   
by emmily1955

Laelia dayana x Cattleya harrisoniae alba   
by W. P.

Cattleya perrinii var. concolor   
by emmily1955

Cattleya mendelii var. alba ' Clayton '   
by emmily1955

Cattleya mendelii var. alba ' Clayton '   
by emmily1955

Cattleya C.G. Roebling ' Blue Indigo '   
by emmily1955

Cattleya Peckhaviensis   
by emmily1955

Cattleya Peckhaviensis   
by emmily1955

Phragmipedium kovachii   
by Svetlana B.

Cattleya C.G. Roebling ' Blue Indigo '   
by emmily1955

Cattleya C.G. Roebling ' Blue Indigo '   
by emmily1955

Cattleya x Whitei var. alba #1   
by emmily1955

Cattleya x Whitei var. alba #1   
by emmily1955

Cattleya x Whitei var. alba #1   
by emmily1955

Cattleya x Whitei var. alba #1   
by emmily1955

Phalaenopsis Hybrid cultivated in a glass   
by emmily1955

Phragmipedium kovachii   
by Svetlana B.

Blc. Chia Lin   
by W. P.

three different Cattleya velutina   
by emmily1955

Cattleya La Princesita 'Marvelle'   
by emmily1955

Blc. Pamela Hetherington   
by emmily1955
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