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.)


There are 65  photos in the OSSC flickr group.
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slipper orchids (Paphiopedalum sp.)   
by nowhereonearth

Miniature phalaenopsis orchid   
by mondomuse

dendrobium   
by nowhereonearth

Epidendrum radicans   
by mondomuse

Reed-stemmed orchids (Epidendrum ibaguense)   
by nowhereonearth

Lady slipper orchid (Paphiopedilum sp., maybe P. callosum)   
by nowhereonearth

Moth orchid - Phalaenopsis sp.   
by N3ptun0

Cattleya sp.   
by N3ptun0

Orchids   
by N3ptun0

   
by Armine Abrahamyan

Orchid 14.   
by Alexandra Rudge.Thanks x 7 millon viewersl!

ruffles & flourishes (Cattleya)   
by nowhereonearth

Orchid 6.   
by Alexandra Rudge.Thanks x 7 millon viewersl!

trio (Phalaenopsis sp.)   
by nowhereonearth

C. Lutiaca 'Kodama' x Slc. Pukaiani Cherry   
by V@n

phaleonopsis at night   
by nowhereonearth

The flower that follows the sun does so even in cloudy days.   
by Alexandra Rudge.Thanks x 7 millon viewersl!
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