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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Masdevallia princeps   
by emmily1955

Masdevallia princeps   
by emmily1955

Masdevallia princeps   
by emmily1955

Pretty   
by Fetish Bird

Dracula chimaera   
by emmily1955

Dracula chimaera   
by emmily1955

Cattleya schroederae   
by emmily1955

Leptotes bicolor   
by emmily1955

Leptotes bicolor   
by emmily1955

Cat. intermedia v. aquinii coerulea ' Haneda ' x Cat. intermedia v. aquinii coerulea ' Fly Dragon '   
by emmily1955

Cat. intermedia v. aquinii coerulea ' Haneda ' x Cat. intermedia v. aquinii coerulea ' Fly Dragon '   
by emmily1955

The fifth and sixth flowers are open.   
by W. P.

Both flowers are now open   
by W. P.

Cattleya Brazilien Jewel 'Cute'   
by emmily1955

snowman   
by iknowledgetree

Three in a row   
by W. P.

Leptotes bicolor   
by emmily1955

Leptotes bicolor   
by emmily1955

Leptotes bicolor   
by emmily1955

Dendrochilum wenzelii   
by emmily1955

Cattleya loddigesii var.coerulescens   
by emmily1955

Laelia mirandae   
by W. P.

Cattleya intermedia var. aquinii coerulea   
by emmily1955

Cattleya intermedia var. aquinii coerulea   
by emmily1955

Cattleya eldorado "M. Ito" BM/JOS   
by rog2046

Phalaenopsis   
by W. P.

C. lueddemanniana   
by iknowledgetree

Rhyncholaelia glauca   
by emmily1955

Cattleya trianae #2   
by emmily1955

Cattleya percivaliana var. coerulea   
by emmily1955

Cattleya percivaliana var. coerulea   
by emmily1955

Cattleya percivaliana var. coerulea   
by emmily1955

Aren't they adorable?   
by W. P.

Cattleya trianae var. coerulea   
by emmily1955

Cattleya trianae var. amoena   
by emmily1955

The next beautiful two flowers.   
by W. P.

Cattleya trianae var. amoena   
by emmily1955

4 versch. Varietäten von Cattleya percivaliana   
by emmily1955

4 versch. Varietäten von Cattleya percivaliana   
by emmily1955

We are now three beautiful flowers   
by W. P.

Cattleya trianae var. coerulea   
by emmily1955

The first flower is open.   
by W. P.

All four flowers are now open   
by W. P.

The right side percivaliana ' Summit - the left side percivaliana ' Bodenseeperle '   
by emmily1955

Cattleya percivaliana 'Bodenseeperle' BM(A)/D.O.G.2014   
by emmily1955

Cattleya percivaliana 'Bodenseeperle' BM(A)/D.O.G.2014   
by emmily1955

Now there are three flowers, the fourth is broken off.   
by W. P.

Orchids 007   
by Pat Durkin OC
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