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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(Cym.) Cymbidium White Crystal ‘Fuji-no-Hatsuyuki’ SQ/JOGA (a true albino)   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium insigne var. sanderi ‘Atrosanginea’   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium insigne var. sanderi‘Atrosanginea’   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Bennett-Poei   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Showgirl ‘Silcocky’   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Showgirl ‘Silcocky’   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Dawn Beauty ‘Ito-no-Fukuju’ (a true albino)   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Alexanderi ‘Fine’   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Alexanderi ‘Fine’   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium White Crystal  ‘Fuji-no-Hatsuyuki’ (a true albino)   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium erythraeum ‘Petit Chocolat’   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium tracyanum ‘Shining Copper’(4N = Tetraploid) (My Original Selection)   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium tracyanum ‘Shining Copper’(4N = Tetraploid) (My Original Selection)   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Bennett-Poei ‘Honeydew’   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium ensifolium ‘Bái guìfēi sù xīn’   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium ensifolium ‘Lóngyán sù xīn’ (a true albino)   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Sleeping Dawn ‘Aito-Yūki’   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Sleeping Dawn ‘Aito-Yūki’   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Sleeping Dawn ‘Aito-Yūki’   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Sleeping Dawn ‘Aito-Yūki’ (a true albino)   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Sleeping Dawn ‘Harrison Ford’ (a true albino)   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Sleeping Dawn ‘Harrison Ford’ (a true albino)   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Sleeping Dawn ‘Hakata’ (Mr. Hitaka Sadaki, 1993. JAPAN.) (a true albino)   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Spring Night ‘Deep Impact’ (Mr. Ujiike Masanori, 2007. JAPAN.)   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium floribundum ‘Haku'un’ (alba type)   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium floribundum ‘Haku'un’ (alba type)   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium floribundum   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Alexanderi ‘Fine’   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Wakakusa ‘Kotobuki’   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Alexanderi ‘Fine’   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Alexanderi ‘Fine’   
by HIRO.Morison

Cymbidium Heidi Kirkpatrick 'Spencer'   
by orchid dude

(Cym.) Cymbidium Enzan Delight ‘Bridal Veil’ (a true albino)   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Dawn Beauty ‘Ito-no-Fukuju’ (a true albino)   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium erythraeum ‘Rikyū’   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium erythraeum ‘Rikyū’   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Memoria Jacqueline Oyston ‘Icy Princess’   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Wakakusa 'Kotobuki'   
by HIRO.Morison

Cym Tavoy 'Semi Alba' vs Cym Tavoy   
by Kobsukh

(Cym.) Cymbidium insigne var. sanderi‘Atrosanginea’   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Enzan Delight ‘Bridal Veil’ (a true albino)   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Enzan Delight ‘Bridal Veil’ (a true albino)   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium erythraeum var. flavum   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium tracyanum ‘YE-1’   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Spring Night ‘Deep Impact’   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Spring Night ‘Deep Impact’ (Mr. Ujiike Masanori, 2007. JAPAN.)   
by HIRO.Morison

(Cym.) Cymbidium Alexanderi ‘Fine’   
by HIRO.Morison
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