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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Left side Cat. percivaliana ‘ Summit ‘,,,right side Cat. percivaliana ‘ Bodenseeperle ‘   
by emmily1955

Left side Cat. percivaliana ‘ Summit ‘,,right side Cat. percivaliana ‘ Bodenseeperle ‘   
by emmily1955

Cattleya jenmanii var. semi alba   
by emmily1955

(Cym.) Cymbidium Yamato Romance ‘Utsusemi’   
by Hiro.Morison (Tokyo, JAPAN.)

   
by iknowledgetree

Cattleya percivaliana ‘ Summit ‘   
by emmily1955

Phalaenopsis Wiganiae   
by emmily1955

Phalaenopsis Wiganiae   
by emmily1955

Cattleya trianae var. alba   
by emmily1955

Masdevallia ayabacana   
by emmily1955

Masdevallia ayabacana   
by emmily1955

Phalaenopsis schilleriana   
by emmily1955

Cattleya jenmanii var. semi alba   
by emmily1955

Cattleya jenmanii var. semi alba   
by emmily1955

Cattleya percivaliana ' Bodenseeperle '   
by emmily1955

Ludisia discolor   
by emmily1955

Cattleya trianae var. amoena   
by emmily1955

Cattleya trianae var. amoena   
by emmily1955

(Cym.) Cymbidium Pauwelsii   
by Hiro.Morison (Tokyo, JAPAN.)

Rlc. Shin Shiang Diamond x Rlc. Village Chife Sun   
by iknowledgetree

Rth.Ching Sun Smile   
by iknowledgetree

Cattleya quadricolor syn.chocoensis   
by emmily1955

Cattleya percivaliana semi alba ' Comandante Carache '   
by emmily1955

Cattleya trianae var. coerulea   
by emmily1955

Phalaenopsis Hybride 17 Blüten und 3 Knospen   
by emmily1955

Cattleya percivaliana semi alba ' Comandante Carache '   
by emmily1955

Cattleya percivaliana semi alba ' Comandante Carache '   
by emmily1955

Isabelia virginalis   
by Giorgio Armano

Isabelia virginalis   
by Giorgio Armano

Masdevallia setacea   
by emmily1955

Masdevallia setacea   
by emmily1955

Cattleya trianae var. amoena   
by emmily1955

Phalaenopsis ' Venus '   
by emmily1955

Phalaenopsis ' Venus '   
by emmily1955

Chysis limminghei   
by emmily1955

(Cym.) Cymbidium Enzan Summer ‘Pious’   
by Hiro.Morison (Tokyo, JAPAN.)

Cymbidium mastersii var. album   
by Hiro.Morison (Tokyo, JAPAN.)

Cattleya walkeriana var. flamea ' Divina '   
by emmily1955

Phalaenopsis ' Venus ' Eine meiner schönsten Phalaenopsen!   
by emmily1955

Laelia anceps var. veitchihiana 2021-01-05   
by Svetlana B.

Finished   
by W. Pfennig

Cattleya quadricolor syn.chocoensis   
by emmily1955

Moth Orchid   
by nevinshrom

Chysis limminghei   
by emmily1955

Cattleya (Laelia) praestans 'Bodenseeperle'   
by emmily1955

Cattleya (Laelia) praestans 'Bodenseeperle'   
by emmily1955

Blossom three and four are in progress   
by W. Pfennig

Cattleya trianae var. mooreana 'Estrella de Columbia'   
by emmily1955
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