Document 186301

ORCHIDS,
COOL
A
WITH
BEST
THE
IF.
Formerly
of
the
Royal
THEM;
GROW
TO
HOW
SPECIES
IN
ALL
OF
LIST
DESCRIPTIVE
CULTIVATION
W.
Botanic
Botanical
Gardens,
Drawing,"
Kew.
Author
of
*'
fyc.,Afc,
LONDON:
ROBERT
192,
HARDWICKE,
1874.
PICCADILLY,
The
Art
of
PEEFACE.
COOL-GROWING
ORCHIDS
of
Many
trouble
them
and
should
rather
promenade
peculiar
We
of
whose
one
to
the
have
cool
Masdevallias,
novelties
the
been
will
others
Andes
works
the
of
was
such
originally published
January
The
Horticultural
\st, 1874.
W;IXT
in
the
of
north
what
say
slopes
India
have
to
freely
volume
London.
offer
we
the
in
frontispiece
Society of
yet linger
Williams,
simple guide
first
the
?
Orchids,
luxuriate
of
western
Anderson,
for
and
will
temperature.
of the Royal
collectors
the
group
best
shall
when
the
to
love
easy
as
genial
the
to
the
Who
Warner,
a
an
best
a
Odoiitoglossums
light
to
Bateman,
as
of
many
and
mountains
created
little hand-book
intermediate
for
explored by
of
or
atmosphere
an
additions
fine
habitats.
or
Heath
of
that
"
same
succeed
will
bath
the
a
grow
resembles
some
native
brought
having
cultivation
import
be
with
them.
House.
generally,
their
to
they
vapour
Indian
to
thoroughly
The
a
Cypripediums,
in
unseen
of
than
Orchids
which
climate
East
yet
required
in
before
perfection
to
are
house
future
great
a
grown
that
expense
The
be
be
may
Azalea.
an
have
of
a
here
the
and
this
general
cool
or
figured
Journal
COlSTTJElSrTS.
INTRODUCTION
i
......
PURCHASING
POTTING
RESTING
SPECIFIC
ORCHIDS
10
WATERING
AND
15
ORCHIDS
19
VARIATION
24
......
ORCHID
HOUSES
ORCHID
HOUSES
27
IN
STYLE
NATURAL
THE
34
...
ORCHIDS
IMPORTING
37
...
ORCHIDS
PROPAGATION
OF
HARDY
43
ORCHIDS
49
INSECTS
53
LIST
DESCRIPTIVE
...
41
ORCHIDS
HYBRIDISING
Noxious
SITTING-BOOM
THE
FOR
...
55
CYPRIPEDIUMS
135
...
GENERAL
INDEX
141
...
...
ILLU
S.
POT
ORCHID
15
TANK
WATER
MOVEABLE
SPAN
STRATIO1ST
18
HOUSE
ORCHID
-ROOFED
28
...
COOL
ORCHID
LEAN-TO
HOUSE
(section)
HOUSE
ORCHID
AND
30
...
ORGANS
SEEDLING
PHAJUS
AERIDES
...
...
(section)
31
...
SEXUAL
...
29
...
YlNERY
...
FERNIEHURST
AT
HOUSE
ORCHID
...
...
...
ORCHIDS
or
45
DENDROBIUMS
50
PHAL^NOPSIS
AND
51
...
...
...
...
...
CRISPUM
...
CATTLEYA
MOSSI^E
65
...
CATTLEYA
...
...
TRIANLE
CYPRIPEDIUM
67
YEITCHII
BARBATUM
71
...
...
...
...
CYPRIPEDIUM
CAUDATUM
73
CYPRIPEDIUM
FAIRIEANEUM
75
CYPRIPEDIUM
VILLOSUM
77
...
ORCHID
...
...
...
PANS
140
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
ORCHID
COOL
GROWING.
INTRODUCTION.
Orchids
WHEN
tropical and
excessive
and
heat
accepted
To
of but
under
The
to
under
humid
valleys
South
or
or
the
even
at
temperature
often
old
we
can
the
was
Orchids
command
in
a
flowers, often
they
time
few
flowered
it would
then,
;
be
at
the
Under
effort
of
more
of
the
they
intervals
in the
of
Mexico
but
in the
who
or
their
hottest
under
specially so
adverse
conditions
imported
newly
their
produced
duction.
introa
few
and
scarcely
and
grateful
mouth
to
mouth,
At
early collections.
Loddiges
of
highest temperature
colours
from
the
regions
of
expiring nature,
delicate
habitat
from
less, after
or
however,
spoken
celebrated
these
many
still their
to
was
a
from,
come
arid
the
the
now
been
come
placed
this
be
began
soon
that
have
chains
were
even
months,
last
developed
fragrance
as
the
and
classes.
have
to
towering Andes^
they
heating.
and
Now
the
driest, and
wonder
hardly
properly
of
system
died
;
the
means
flue
and
same,
mountain
of
line
snow
all
in its native
archipelago,
Africa, the
required
promulgated
of
might
management
Indian
the
Western
treatment
the
of
been
appear
it grew
all
they
plant might
a
conditions
their
to have
it would
where
climatic
that
from
country,
horticulturists
by
Orchid-growers
what
idea
an
appears
truth
gospel
little moment
Orchids
Peru,
them,
grow
as
earlier
the
matter
or
subtropical regions,
this
into
imported
first
were
would
summons
B
one
ORCHID
COOL
Z
the
and
savans
the
among
then
Chiswick
at
head
of
authorities
other
or
air
in
Europe.
Although
early specimens, might
plants,
still
and
risen
the celebrated
Those
also of the
who
invest
and
intelligence
for their
value, while
all
capable
repay
We
plants.
Orchids
alone
heart
the
with
contrary,we
of
the
understand
more
we
of their
shall admire
delicate flowers.
so,
would
some
heat
all
is
Orchids
and
All
not
the
these
plants
have
and
cultural
us
rigidlyadhered
as
them
as
any
by
many,
enjoyingvigorous health
comparativelyfew places where
implying
of
that
inspire
can
On
the
find
by
one
that the
and
one
Orchids
"
difficult to
more
economy,
open
are
their
latively
super-
cultivate
as
Still the old idea of excessive
suppose.
to
will
beautiful, all worthy
are
beautiful
so
in
attends
thankfulness.
they
means
interest
beautiful
they only
shall
we
of
men
increase
ever
most
requirements
plants are
by
rapidly
livingwonders,
these
of culture, that
respectfuladmiration,
our
we
that
good
plants will
kindly feelings and
argue
have
they
since.
understood
be
not
everyone
culturist,
professionalhorti-
the
their
contemplating
worthy
are
and
poor
of Devonshire
lasting pleasure which
and
would
nearly
them, will receive
cases
of the
but
and employ
judiciously,
slightoutlay on
any
of
general public ever
most
of
considered
notice
only of
skill to grow
the real
be
Lawrence,
in Orchids
capital. In
the mind
Mrs.
estimation, not
but
petalsfor
delicate
large proportion
a
then
pleasureof seeing one
their
now
the
acknowledged
time, including the Duke
the
plants at
in the
amply
attracted
they
be
unfrequentlythe
not
lovelyplants unfold
it would
fashion, everything ran
the indescribable
first,or
in
of
not
the
as
wonder
new
Then
plants."
palmy days, when,
had
of these
interested
inspect some
to
marriage bell,while
at Kew
the first time
"
horticulture,if
a
as
day
marvellous
in its
centre
smoothly
literati of the
GROWING.
although we
in such
rarely find
places,while
cool Orchids
are
in the
cultivated
in
J
INTRODUCTION.
real
health.
and
Masdevallias
in this
regime since
or
important fact
specimens
and
well
in
low
a
find
houses, we
why
not
the
in
and
a
and
with
regimehas
been
pseudo bulbs,
Orchids
grow
and
as
fresh and
grow
Orchid
our
find
the
sequence,
of this coincidence
reason
and
Droseras
the
the
The
healthy.
the
"
of
this rule
at least.
will
Sphagnum
as
and
also
are
The
only
the
sary
neces-
only reason
and Droseras
is,that the Moss
in his
with
alive
them
the Orchids.
the Orchids
do
do
for
Warner, Esq., of Broomfield,
Robert
successful
him,
a
growing freelyon
natural
a
to keep
requisite
extend
part of the year
very
in
"Wherever, in
requireartificial heat,
absolutely
has been
tated
debili-
moisture, and
be
and Droseras
vigorous health
cannot
we
such
moist, moderately-shaded situation, and
moisture
the
healthy
cultivation
many
with
swamps.
also, as
we
simply this
bad
by
pot tops should
Sphagnum
looking green
to
ruined
heavily charged
on
tops of the pots,
shade
with than
that
temperature, still they require the
if in its native
freelyas
survive
deal
cool
a
is a very
This
knows
grower
to
been
mean
be
to
Moss
Sphagnum
is
Orchid
dry atmosphere. Although
atmosphere
Orchids
have
as
subjectedto
their firstintroduction.
far better
luxuriant
most
Odontoglots, Disas, Oncids,
country have been
for every
;
imported plants are
high
enjoying the
finest collections of
The
system
as
be found
earnest, they may
at cool Orchid
attempts
others, the
ing,
grow-
under
growth
this
vigorous,producing great,plump, well-ripened
fine
foliage,and
of
abundance
finely-developed
flowers.
A
plant of Odontoglossum
Anderson,
at
Meadowbank,
flowers.
bearing fifty-six
many
never
other
been
remarkable
Alexandras
produced
This
grown
a
plant was
fine branched
instance
far
as
occurred
floweringis
at
a
cool
James
spike,
along
with
pit,and
has
grown
Odontoglotsand Masdevallias,in
surpassedso
Mr.
by
concerned.
Ferniehurst, the
Another
seat
B
2
of E.
4
COOL
Salt,Esq. ;
flexuous
The
branched
house
dozen
plant of
a
the
and
Cool
for
Count
1852
early part
in 1852
of doors
in
relate his
own
that
occurred
to
of
glauca, Cymbidium
5" Eeaumur
as
shade
in
sheltered
position.
subject
often
to
plants
and
all the waters
led
have
as
try
since
this
:
flowers
the
in
I select
I
put" out
followed
it every
year,
I
zebrina
and
effect.
In
sun
a
year,
or
my
baskets
This
in
now
I
put
of
some
a
good
What
trunks
Orchids.
little
result
and
I
habit
of
;
air for
the
August.
August.
and
the
by
receiving
of
larger scale
into
varieties out
viz., June, July, and
place
a
am
is
Tetschen
end
appearance,
I
until
in the
heat
flows after
perfection.
half-shadyplace,where
I
the
as
it is surrounded
the Elbe
on
fectly,
per-
grew
sometimes
was
(99^" Fahr.).
their
in
Brasavola
They
the plantsin at the
made
air in the
open
daytime
temperature;
I took
;
insigne,Dendrobium
temperature
the
flower well
were
Skinneri.
experiment again
same
which
trunks
the
the
of
flower-buds
time
repeated
(Oaks), on
of
which
In
ever,
will,how-
We
the
in
the
several
grew
not
them
valleyalong which
a
putting seventy-fivespecies
'months
speciesdid
the
to
"
30" Eeaumur
of Bohemia.
afterwards
to
high
as
is in
short
a
me
Bohemia,
place
(43" Fahr.)
tinent,
con-
procedure :
Lycaste
morning
frequent changes
to
mountains,
while
of
of
some
the
Fran"ois Josst, gardener
.
was
After
the
possible
practisedon
marginatum, Cypripedium
in
unfre-
not
nearly as
as
Tetschen,
Pringianurn,D. speciosum, and
although
cool, the
very
temperature
ago
M.
mode
me
The
July.
a
half-a-
range.
long
at
flowers.
with
along
long
a
mum
45",that is 50" for the maxi-
is
was
observed
I
it then
low
the
38", though
as
Hohenstein,
out
noble
species,is kept
same
temperature
find that
let him
and
low
growing
we
Thun
Orchids
In
the
40" for the minimum
Orchid
produced
is grown,
plant
moist, and
as
winter
mean
this
is very
descends
quently
macranthum
spike bearing seventy-seven
plants of
atmosphere
GROWING.
Oncidium
in which
other
ORCHID
I
three
do
is
of trees
Between
the
pertusum, Tradescantia
so
as to produce a pretty
viridis,and Cissus marmorea,
order to protect the plants against the
scorching rays
plant Ferns,
and
very
some
Philodendron
heavy rains, I
cover
the
spot with
canvas,
but
INTRODUCTION.
I endeavour
shaded
are
too much
ordinary way
has
plants have
several
them
gardeners keep
is
described
list of
a
:
the
least ;
and
in
rest
var.
,,
Echb.
parvi-
fil.
treated
in
well.
the
plants
lowing
fol-
The
alcove
way
"
"
"
"
"
Cervantesii, Llave.
grande, Lindl.
Lindl.
Insleayii,
leeve,Lindl.
"
nebulosum, Lindl.
"
pulchellum,Batem.
"
var.
grandiflorum,Hort.
bicallosum,Lindl.
Lindl.
filipes,
,,
Oncidium
"
"
leucochihtm, Batem.
"
microchilum, Batern.
"
sphacelatum,Lindl.
,,
suave,
Lindl.
Sobralia decora, Batem.
superba, Hort.
autumnalis, Lindl.
Candida, Hort.
furfuracea,Lindl.
Galeottiana,Morren.
Ly caste majalis,Lindl.
rubescens, Lodd.
"
"
"
"
,,
dichotoma, E.
et. Pav.
Liliastrum, Lindl.
macrantha, Lindl.
violacea,Lindl.
Stanhopea connata,
j,
Echb.
fil.
Lindl.
Trichopiliatortilis,
var.
pallida,Hort.
"
is proved
"
"
Barkeriana,Hort.
"
Although,as
"
"
"
Lindl.
var.
,,
"
acuminata,
albida,Batem.
var.
Skinneri,Lindl.
var.
alba,Hort.
var.
latimaculata,Hort.
var.
leucochila,Hort.
var.
picta,Hort.
Maxillaria cucullata,Lindl.
LindL
tenuifolia,
Lindl.
Odontoglossum bictoniense,
citrosnium,Lindl.
"
3,
fil.
Lindl.
anceps,
cruenta, LindL
,,
Echb.
luteola,
"
vegetate
many
All
"
"
"
"
too hot.
"
"
"
"
that
violacea,Echb. fil.
aromatica, Lindl.
Colleyi,Lindl.
consobrina,Echb. fil.
j,
calamiforme, Lodd.
Jenkinsii,Wall.
Pringianum, Bidw.
speciosum, Sm.
Ep dendrum
Candollei,Lindl.
cochleatuin,L.
diffusum, Sw.
falcatum, Lindl.
radiatum, Lindl.
selligerum,Batem.
Skinneri,Batem.
Stamfordianum, Batem.
varicosum, Batem.
virgatum, Lindl.
vitellinum,Lindl.
Gongora galeata,Echb. fil.
Batemani, Echb. fil.
"
vigorous ;
more
prove
the
Lindl.
Lycaste sjiperbiens,
Dendrobium
"
I
even
facts
exotics
to
temperature
(41"Fahr.),but
are
the
"
,,
"
other
the
year
These
which
Orchids
Lindl.
Cattleya citrina,
Coelia macrostachya, Lindl.
Cypiipediuminsigne,Wall.
Lselia
they
order
Barkeria
Batem.
spectabilis,
Brasavola glauca,Lindl.
Calauthe striata,
E. Br.
flomm,
This
in
I water
others.
as
4" Keaumur
flowered.
Orchids
period of
some
as
in the
actually
their
low
as
suffered
not
of
require
fallen
well
so
hothouses.
in
employed
times
several
flower
never
plants which
that
shade, for I find
too much
avoid
to
,,
by
the above
,,
collection,many
Orchids
COOL
O
will grow
well
in
ORCHID
GROWING.
low, moist
a
temperature,
that
doors, stillit is essentially
requisite
of those
made
treatment,
JSTo one
and
genera
or
very
would
for
tropical regions could
moist
be
temperature
and
Odontoglots
endure
the
cooler
Oncids.
dry resting period
Some
temperature.
preconceived
this
can
on
the
country they may
well, and
as
We
ideas
subject,while
be grown
the
be
may
so
;
if
much
the better.
required. In
mollified
as
is
a
much
of
source
and
of
without
any
winter
a
of
fire-heat at all
use
reeds, straw,
which
our
and
or
travellers
plants grow
treatment
to
I
and
in
high
it matters
be
but
far
I would
to the gardener
the
not
during
minimum,
a
houses,
mats
as
afforded
us
conditions
knowledge guides
it would
not
the
by
be understood
natural
though
great
a
perfectlywell
while
information
respectingthe
certain extent,
Secondly,it
satisfied that
to
one
when
even
both
expense
cooler
fire heat when
unnatural
reduced
valuable
much
use
summer,
material
bark.
a
will succeed
abroad, since that
a
that
moisture.
well
am
during
may
ignoring altogether the
collectors
place it is
Orchids
carefullyusing covering
either
that
in the
grown
to
practicableby
reallybeautiful
its
own
been
great mistake
employer, and
months
their
them
a
atmosphere
in
the first
is
from
come
cool, moist
here
us
trouble,annoyance,
his
number
as
that these
maintain
we
I contend
well with
It is
it is not
not
of
most
to
temperature of their native habitats
natural
they succeed
a
have
they
temperature they recommend.
little what
in
tioned
last-men-
argue
example, do
for
suitable
the
can
may
cool
the very
as
well afford to allow
better than
even
in
essential
so
growers
for
plants,i. e., Odontoglossums
cool
low-lying humid
the
Nor
adoption.
its
Phalsenopsids,
highly recommended
tropicalDendrobes.
the
from
successfully
grown
so
the
follow
imagine 'that,the
Dendrobes
to cool
amenable
are
be
selection
proper
results may
moment
and
Aerides, Yandas,
and
species which
disastrous
a
a
of
out
even
or
us
as
by
in
in
in all
7
INTRODUCTION.
be
cases
desirable, even
letter the
the
natural
plants
in their native
Dendrobes
conditions
found
are
of the year
season
thereby,any
the
lack
In
them
with
supply
we
are
;
of
of moisture.
can
it
able
but
keep
to
the
third
I allude
essential
for
flowers
a
are
our
on
and
Another
brightness ;
this
our
posal.
dis-
quite
so
Dendrobes,
that
us
at
doubt
no
we
require
at
not
here
during
the
cool
section,is full and
but
daytime
also
taking precautions against
tiffanyor
perforated zinc
is beneficial
during
could
never
almost
see
the
the
hermetically
and
hot
as
temperature is far
hot
and
and
Orchids
close
Bateman,
treatment
beautiful
of all
great requisitein the culture
especiallythe
J.
much
tells
Dendrobiums
our
that
Indian
Benson
a
quantities,and
so
the
to
the
home
are
is the result
comparatively dull,cloudy atmosphere.
our
close
for
fited
bene-
are
of Orchids
fortunately is
as
dry
added
for those
not
the
pastures by
season,
high temperature
Lieut.-Colonel
produced
and
in unlimited
moisture
be,
may
they
artificial treatment
our
Orchids
cool
deficient in colour
I
summer
own
light,which
to
that
lawns
our
great essential is
"c.
Phaleenopsids,
of
than
case
during
up
follow
not
which
of the Moulmein
some
shrivelled
it does
more
heat
scorching
and
but
;
example,
to the
out
under
surroundings
luxuriate,as the
or
For
scorched
possible,to follow
and
exist
to
habitats.
are
it
were
one,
free
cold
over
openings.
daytime, why
closed
during night-time,
A
more
the
Esq., years
promulgated
and
night ?
and
be
kept
so
airy night
vigour
than
a
especiallyfor Odontoglots, Oncids,
generallyfrom
as
the
and
and
cool
to health
conducive
coarse
If ventilation
during
not
they generallyare.
more
course
plant-houses should
why
reason
night, of
draughts, by tacking
the
more
ventilation,not only
the
through
Orchids,
ago
Mexican
being applicableto
interestingOrchids,
a
Peruvian
or
the
system of cool
great number
and
in
his
Andes.
own
of
very
practice,
8
COOL
with
of the
one
its
finest
is at
many
establishments
I must
admit
that I
found
during
now
in
a
imported
in
to
water
established
as
preserved,in
plants;
order
is worth
will
the
of
MoNab,
the bulbs
of
by
plant
Cirencester
strong vigorous plants,but
plants to
the
sapping
their
is the
sun
life's
I
blood, and
and
in
the
tropics certain
and
flourish in the most
not
deny,
cases
because
who
integrity,
drobes,
more
Still in the
actually die.
I
themselves
especiallyof
tropicsthey
freelyplaying round
elicited
are
in
be
them, and
it
formosum,
a
are
sickly
or
thoroughly
extreme
from
that
argued
the
to
This
state
not
in
sun,
gentlemen
like
of
of Den-
positions.
of nature, with
subjectedto
in'
I would
gathered specimens
D.
case
they rarelyagain recover,
fully exposed
have
that
the
in
end
only
Dr.
aware
of
way
exposed positionsbest.
have
than
unrooted
surest
It may
species are
having
especiallyin
can
which
well
am
expose
quickestand
debilityof constitution,from
some
to
last remark
authority
an
or
humid
a
its truth
growers,
College.
tion.
evapora-
if
This
time.
less
no
be
must
by
a
much
so
bright sunshine,
the
same
in
than
atmosphere
more
respirationis essentially
requisite,
of
more
happily
require
not
energies, even
at the
attention
the
from
their
impair
demonstrated
been
do
sphere
atmo-
would
I
far better
start
still a moist
them
is maintained
atmosphere
will
prevent loss from
to
Carefullyshade
evaporation
dry
a
potted and placed
If
into
growth.
be
them
start
Imported plants
temperature.
healthy,
of
reverse
months.
to
large quantities,
healthy strong pieces,they
hot
the
grown,
are
imported Odontoglots,which
house, in order
cool
them
the winter
Haying
the increase.
sparingly applied or
was
recommend
particularly
are
cool Orchid
to
cool Orchids
where
never
moisture
maintained
impetus
an
gave
strated
demon-
world, he
the
in
present rapidly on
visited
except where
GROWING.
collections
usefulness, and
which
growing
ORCHID
the air
the inter-
9
INTllODUCTION.
vention
of
glaring crystal
a
rendered
from
the
that
in
a
on
the
series
which
harmony
we
fallacycould
led to infer from
all other
going
told
Begonias, Ferns,
the
Orchids
their
"Orchid
in
our
in
stoves
well
as
for the
not
above
ere
be
in
perfect
best
placed
in
which
Orchid
absurd
more
almost
be
side
occupied
superstitiousprinciplesentertained
by
succeed
of
be
made,
ever
many
in
called
to
might
but
them
hundreds
Orchids
house
with
expected
are
of
Melastomads,
structure
a
be
exclusion
utter
Palms,
by
There
in
the
houses
ordinary plant stove,
an
can
or
exclusive, and
side
they
home.
country
the
of
would
One
the
grow
grown
house"
in
and
cated
compli-
a
require
greater
a
globe, to
our
can
must
at
plant
a
plant
grown
it
were
on
the
point.
It may
fine
We
habitats
this
as
of
have
gardens
by
Orchids
were
Peperomias
which
native
an
and
have
we
instead
on
that
Orchids
this that
vegetation.
especially
repose.
particular portions
some
this is
conditions, between
easily be promulgated.
not
served
justlyob-
surrounded
and
themselves, but really,in all truth,
to
of
is
frequently
are
nating
ema-
rather, unperverted nature,
or
warfare
peaceful
heat
mosphere
at-
been
side
one
of artificial circumstances
and
Again,
It has
plant, perhaps,
continual
a
on
unhealthy
unnatural
cases," and
point, where
same
close
a
and
dry
alter
unfettered,
other, the
and
apparatus.
water
in
case
of
state
hot
the
by
circumstances
"
in the
correct
arid
roof
be taken
as
a
foliageplants succeed,
them, would
success
than
which,
however
Orchid
culture.
that
rule
there
luxuriate, often
when
placed
in
desirable,
our
are
wherever
also
with
Orchids,
far
so-called
not
tropicalFerns
or
at
greater
"
and
least many
chances
Orchid
of
houses,"
absolutely essential
to
10
COOL
HINTS
IN
ON
buying Orchids,
considered.
Some
but
time
establish
there
the
are
as
been
higher ranges
have
us
South
arid
unhealthy atmosphere.
of
life,far
hard-wooded
to
Hence
often
are
and
very
told
well known
far
as
that
specimens
plant which
has become
are
many
just glance
know
at
Orchids
being guided
There
are
of
or
two
well, you
as
to
and
naturally
and
are
other
very
prices by
great advantages
to
by
difficult to
This
concerned.
are
than
by
an
bad
these.
It is
better
treatment.
Supposing
buy
is
old-established
Orchids, and
buying
may
very
killed
afterwards.
Orchids
of
an
far too little moisture.
and
debilitated
the
Northern
or
annually
are
in far less time
ways
one
is that
from
Ericas
many
manage
cool
truth
imported plantsinvariablymake
established
There
as
difficult to
Orchids
are
Orchids
that
expensive to
untrue, however,
than
heat
added
high temperature
a
hundreds
much
too
be
so
continent
Orchids
so
plants, still
being exposed
establish
more
intelligent
may
The
beautiful
by being subjectedto
is
grower
and
be found
American
blished
esta-
generalityof
Orchid
skilful
a
be
good established,
a
suppose.
of
killed
we
already
will not
they
India
tenacious
the
regular
and
thousands
of the
in
good imported plants
would
some
have
collection
time, and
to
is
with
commence
best
no
there
few
a
grower,
important questions to
prefer to
these
where
OECHIDS.
few
a
amateurs
healthy,blooming
from
are
especiallywhere
employed;
Orchid
GllOWING.
PURCHASING
there
plants,and
places,more
ORCHID
your
own
Orchid
any
good
be
derived
from
will
we
that
you
plants,
catalogue.
buying
in
specialquotations for most of the Orchids in
to the principal
will be furnished
on
application
quantity,and
cultivation
nurserymen,
who
make
these
plants
a
specialityin
their
12
ORCHID
COOL
GROWING.
amongst imported lots of L. Skinneri.
niveum
pedium
bought
was
Phalrenopsis Luddemanni
The
golden Oncidium
and
well-known
that
gold
0.
Marshallianum
characteristics
one
be
may
habit
pubes is obtained
dusky Oncidium
glorious Oncidium
(sarcodes)amictum.
several
plants
not
of the
dingy-flowered Oncidium
remark
same
In
the
D. Farmeriihad
being from
it had
the
to
the
of
The
Eeichenbach's
greatly
vary
which
they
in
are
elongated bulbs, exactly
like D. densiflorum,
12 to 15 inches
when
long,and still,
received
short,thick,quadrangular bulb, commonly
this
obtain
to
Fairfield,a plant of
and
the
brisbanensis,a worthless
is
bigibbum
kind, but the would-be
confound
lectors
Col-
at
collection
of Orchids
ance
appear-
identical.
to
under
of all
instead
macropus
Dendrobes
the
beauty.
they
species are
conditions
species. Dendrobium
in this
two
(0. zebrinum).
habit, according
when
for
in external
applieswith nearly equal force
striped Oncid
grown.
the
all
external
grandest
agreeably surprisedwere
in habit
;
The
inferior to it in
would
O. macranthum
be
and
mistake
in
closelyresembles
speciesmuch
other
to be the old
as
grievouslydisappointed,
the
Oncids, 0. macranthum,
lovely
Still it is " not
it flowered.
trusting to
the
rosea.
(equestris)
P.
supposed
was
crispum, until
in
for
sold
was
glitters,"and
concolor, and
0.
as
delicate little Cypri-
The
and
green
speciesthat
rare
very
of this
possessors
dingy
a
by them,
met
with
and
able
valu-
plant must
not
purple-flowered
resembles
it very
D.
closely
in habit.
splendidum resemble's
Oncidium
and
there
other
find
in
a
are
other Orchids
many
habit,
so
much
even
in distinguishing
them
difficulty
condition, much
Schomburgkia
in
less
crispa
habit, while
when
and
each
experienced cultivators
even
when
after
superbiens are
Odontoglossum
microchilum,
closelyresemble
shrivelled
Laelia
0.
poor
which
that
so
the
cordatum
in
a
healthy
importation.
nearly
and
0.
tical
iden-
macu-
OX
HINTS
identical
habit, and
in
CattleyaSkinneri
Some
tiacum.
resemble
when
after
the
forms
of
of the
plants
somewhat
but
case
since
much
the
After
in
little
a
mind, although
sdeceived
in
this
and
when
There
most
they
country, and
sold
by
at rates
established
if
cooler
can
possiblybe
cially
especase
Pescain this
but
made,
is
mistake
a
C. Warneri
and
all the
are
numerous
tinctive
observation, the dis-
of
always
a
occurring when,
see
all the
collected
by
resident
correctlynamed
then
sold
of the
as
named
pleasurewill
matter
the different
in their
before
the chances
than
is
as
plants in
are
frequently
Of
bloom.
botanists, they
on
their arrival
are
in
plants. Imported
principalOrchid
considerably lower
a
as
possibility,
not
to be
as
exposed
varieties,and
rare
does
most
occasionally
according to
been
and
the eye
experienced are
they have
or
are
in
be fixed
variation
is
plants. More
the
more
which,
characteristics,
of this
are
found
cases
nearly
generally the
labiata
will
most
to which
the collector
case,
auran-
very
triumphans,
close habits
the
in favour
more
between
Odontoglossum
indeed,
as,
are
group.
even
habitats.
growing
those
be derived
demanded
from
serymen
nur-
for
growing
Orchids, in proportionto the capitalexpended, than
speciesfrom
now
of 0.
Cattleya
liable to much
are
plants are
may
of
bulbs
of Orchids
surroundings
course
is
foliage,as
those
stated,of obtaining new
the
Devonianum,
their external
in
of course,
much
D.
habit,
study
appearances
native
Pierardi
pseudo
of this beautiful
local
Dendrobium
beautiful.
same
exists
orange-floweredEpidendrum
resemble
are
psendo
Lindeni
Uropedium
little disappointment will follow
both
forms
and
little difference
of their
denuded
foliageand
in their
elegant
importation. The
torei
other
but
and
1 '"
ORCHIDS.
caudatum
Cypripedium
bulbs.
are
each
closelyresemble
latum
PURCHASING
be
the
by cultivatingthe
obtained
tropical lowlands.
obtained
at
Many
far
more
expensive
of the finer
prices scarcelyabove
those
species
of
the
14
class
better
We
not
find
that
in
cost
bad
altogether,
with
being
difficult
plants
to
of
impossible
the
by
to
atmosphere,
the
keeping
Never
try
accepted
you
and
experiments
with
"
by
with
common
sturdy
having
in
with
which
these,
and
and
cheap
kinds.
and
flowers.
It
moisture
are
grown
;
if
"
in
killed
annually
Orchids
experiment
course
followed
health,
are
they
a
foliage
much
too
valuable
to
-formed
finely
they
success
flaccid
hundreds
many
atmosphere
have
and
large
Orchids
though
treatment
must
of
kill
shall
their
treatment
subjected
of
instead
in
difficult
of
perfect
be
of
most
systems
for
yet
then,
we
crop
diverse
and
roots
complain
the
the
rational
the
to
are
introduction,
pseudo-bulbs,
abundant
an
the
subjected;
culture,
shrivelled
from
first
have
in
Orchids
at
or
growing
unfortunate
give
Orchids
their
new
Orchid
up
both
not
manage.
are
their
good
will
you
plants.
purchase
to
Only
tion
cultiva-
seeing
at
been
moisture
of
judging
they
from
must,
to
kill,
which
to
is
and
atmosphere,
have
them.
plenty
refuse
give
they
grow
annoyed
so
cases
many
their
greenhouse
ordinary
they
because
to
men
treatment,
the
in
of
that
that
while
plants,
become
condition
simply
of
choice
than
more
and
GROWING.
greenhouse
gentlemen
kinds,
rare
and
stove
does
plants
by
ORCHID
COOL
too
follow
dry.
the
experiment
AND
POTTING
are
and
this
very
gas,
with
together
beneficial,indeed
vigour
of
that most
is
gas
foundation
always
cool Orchids
in
ammonia
small
actually essential
growing plants
especiallydoes
More
acid
Carbonic
the
be
to
spheric
atmo-
liberated
of
in
by decomposing vegetable substances,
quantities
less
or
be considered
must
cultivation.
more
ORCHIDS.
and, in conjunction with
important operations,
moisture,
Orchid
15
ORCHIDS.
WATERING-
AND
POTTING
THESE
WATERING
of all kinds.
best in
grow
this
remark
to
It
is
quantities,
the
is
a
growth
and
notable
fact
decaying vegetable matter
apply
to
such
Orchids
as
Layer of Sphagnum.
Small
Crocks.
Large Crocks.
Orchid
in
b etter
they
matter
turfy loam,
they will
derive
grow,
their
contained
of the
vigorously the
a
its varieties grow
fact
ready for compost.
Most
the
fibre it contains
the
every
the
peat, sand, and
or
cultivator
dried
the
that
decaying vegetable
mineral
Cypripedium insigne
in
Cypripediums
conclusivelyproves
from
from
Again,
of the
more
which
more
it than
compost.
old
but
nutriment
in
and
Masdevallias.
and
Odontoglossums
will grow
Pot, drained
and
stituents
earthy con-
knows
C. barbatum
cow-dung, and
how
and
this
]t)
COOL
of
nearly exclusivelya compost
is
of
sand
contributes
course
plant, but
the
While
it
districts is
on
injurious,
it contains.
the water
Sand
becomes
it would
case
do
crocks," which
dried
previous
Oncids, and
rather
or
from
being
fibrous
dried
from
horse-droppings,a
broken
river
fine for this
for the
drainage will
or
were,
has
the free
be found
should
riddance
the
to
cool
hold
be
root
can
when
of
of
sour,
never
be
the
the
fresh
and
one-fourth
of
well
chopped livingsphagnum,
and
sufficient
quantity
sand
is the
compost
Orchids, and
coarse
best that
if placed
on
can
good
only by absorption,as
water
This
then
of
being generally
is the
principleon
must
be
superfluousmoisture,
and
ones
preventing
reallygood
about
There
grown.
repeatedlyobserved
Odontoglots,
at
a
This
full,
small
very
thus
sand, ordinary white
majorityof
quickly become
been
little
purpose.
half
freely.
added
attraction.
by capillary
all Orchids
will
be
crocks, adding
well-washed
be used
consist
may
Odontoglots
be at least
and
down,
or
washed
larger pieces,to prevent
passing away
peat, to which
few
to
washed
compost itself should
The
too
top of the
the
drainage,
For
less,of crocks, a layer of
the
on
Orchids
thoroughly
used.
being
if
and
regards
as
the
to
respect
lime
in that
as
potting
only
not
carefullyand
their
to
than
more
superfluouswater
a
be
In
good.
observed,
with
stone
in lime-
employed,
be
not
be
care
carefullywashed,
Masdevallias, the pots should
being placed
compost
also
great
quantity of
of the
be
than
be
should
obtained
should
should
pots themselves, but
of the
sand
to
condition.
porous
a
that
account
harm
more
in
recommend
it should
milky
perfectcleanliness
and
some
character
nutritive
a
compost
I would
selection,for
in its
which
the
The
decayed vegetation.
of
nothing
keeps
of sand
speaking
taken
*'
GHOWIXG.
ORCHID
the
that cool
or
supplied with
the
the
compost
decay.
It
especially
more
too
which
obstruction
will
roots
Orchids,
growing, provided
no
it
much
compost
water
is fresh
POTTING
and
applies to
flora.
that the
and
open,
the
a
in
thin
and
do not
this
crush
of
to have
a
or
of fresh
and
the
into it and
plants,but
or
the
fuller
a
place
drainage,
the
out
caution, and
See
that
the rim
above
pit,
or
drained
decay.
sparingly
wooden
tank,
2 to 3 feet
four
solid
the
of the
first,until the
at
The
supply.
best
say 4 feet
long by
Get
mounted
deep.
wooden
tepid soft water,
there
until
supplying water
it should
and
porous
Orchids
this
wheels, and
it
be
can
when
drawn
2
or
on
filled
the
entire
be
not
well
the roots
to
can
of
adopted unless
drained.
blocks
on
thoroughly saturated.
is the
healthy growing
compost is perfectly
it is the
Again,
be
the
This
only way
by
thoroughly well suppliedwith
at their roots.
best
plan
observe
evince
in full
house
use
at
house, and the plants,or rather the pots, plunged
held
of
moisture
will
they
but
graiidi-
Carefully spread
demands
roots
from
with
nearly so
The
cool
very
slightlyelevated
plants
Disa
dailywhen
compost, but
or
remark
watering well-established,healthy-growingplants is
carriagewith
best way
them,
are
the
the
same
of moisture
supply
times
a
compost.
galvanisediron
length of
be
bruise
or
feet broad
which
in
kept
put the
water
method
low
be
of the bulbs
production
a
liberal
a
syringed several
pack firmlywith
pot, and
2|
to
shady position. When the pot has been
layerof sphagnum, the best you have, over
and
bases
The
a
upon
roots
be
it should
;
17
ORCHIDS.
drainage is perfect.
This, in addition
growth
WATERING
glorious terrestrial Cape Orchid,
the roots, should
and
AND
a
with
to pursue
the habits
tendency
to
of the
regard
watering
themselves
plants
stop growing,
to
to
or
they
roots, they should
be
moisture, both
at
the roots
at what
of the year
period
to
commence
encouraged by
grow,
the
and
in the
this
may
when
;
rest, water
gradually withheld, only giving just enough
shrivelling.When
is to
and
they
should
to
prevent
to
produce
applicationof
atmosphere, no
occur.
fully
care-
If the
more
matter
moisture
18
COOL
has
reduced
been
in
the
require
that
house
being
should
be removed
they
as, for
instance,a moderately
the
they
should
All
to
fresh, porous,
suspended,
be
require an
abundant
well-drained
will
with
these
injurya
actuallymake
essential
mean
most
winter
Water
intermediate
to
near
period
of
of moisture
of
many
and
them,
a
if
Tank.
temperature
comparativelylow temperature.
or
possiblyobtain.
conditions,will
vigorous
atmosphere,
the dull
supply
compost, and
to
commence
staged as
or
can
species
two
humid
more
a
tained
speciescon-
or
rest,
greenhouse
warm
Moveable
without
at
they require all the lightthey
Orchids
favoured
when
one
possible,for during
glass,i.e.,light,as
the year
if
rest, and
at
heat, except
extra
of the
of most
in consequence
grow,
house, where
GROWING.
OECHID
and
not
only
of 45" to
luxuriant
bear
50", but
growth
in that
20
COOL
period of
the
if left to
round.
are
GUOWING.
is reduced
repose
to
in
tendency
keep
to
making
on
it must
on
be
allowed
essential
these
before
though
plantsshould
being far
on
of
more
that
to 55" at
of
case
is
they
places in which
they
annually,and
flowers
or
are
often
found
in
be
to
one
of
that
Europe,
of Mr.
of
there
scores
their
flowers
the
the
fine
an
growths,
and
plants are
spikes
are
flowers
cut
This
more
"
off the
other
than
is
Fine
of
cool
produce
an
at
of
young
the
plants
flower-
this,I may
Orchids"
plants
as
soon
process
words,
in
Leeds;
near
fine and
well-ripened,
plump, pseudo bulbs, and
able to
of
of
rests
as
moving
re-
the
generally supposed.
energeticpropensity for making
far better
as
crop
leave
to
as
systematic
in
one
nearly every
of
far
Some
their
Ferniehurst,
at
relieves, or,
much
but
illustration
an
Salt,
so
as
be found
quality.
cut
collections
fully expand.
plants operated on
It induces
E.
they
As
finest
finest
looked,
over-
Sickly
roots.
this treatment
to be of the
expand.
be
induced,
produce
out,
and
another
to
country may
to
under
places where
its blooms
spike as
allowed
even
remaining
two
one
this
thinned
judiciously
flower-spikesare
point
are
Oncids
apt
is
produce flowers, it
to
should
Still
flowers
greatest importance.
Phalasnopsids in
finest
of
the
a
repose
is, however,
which
to
night.
of
season
possible,to produce leaves, pseudo-bulbs,and
the very
added
moisture,
be allowed
account
110
essential
more
perpetual growth,
and
one
the
Cattleyas
same
There
and
plants
the
the
mentioned.
fact
a
the
when
profuse production
it is in
than
all the year
atmosphere.
periodical
a
the
resting Orchids,
of
way
that
insure
to
plants
Odontoglots
shown
temperature of, say, 50"
cool
moderately
a
air
.
Lcelias,exhibit
the
congeners,
they persist,
as
flowering
moist
especially if supplied with
more
and
habit
cool,airy,and
a
of their
some
this
especiallyis
More
minimum,
a
themselves, in growing
grown
and
ORCHID
abundant
vigorous
hence
crop
the
of fine
RESTING
spikes
well-formed
and
would
otherwise
flowers
The
be.
21
ORCHIDS.
the
of flowers
production
mere
however, requiresbarely half the constitutional
both
requisiteto produce
is
therefore,but few Orchids
artificial
habitats
fertile
unknown
abundance
of
heat, and
air of
the
on
deficiencies
When
in
atmosphere
?
rob the
season's
or
had
It is not
condition, too
do
it is
trees, where
fill up
thus
in
kept
suffer materially
will
see
we
surrounded
by
and
paper,
"
parched
a
rest which
during
leaves
exhausted
rest would
the
the
them
to
more
yet this pernicious
True
rest."
secreted
much
and
rare
many
large proportion of
been
dry
termed, in the full blazing
is called
a
the
and
hot
a
pseudo-bulbs become
their
of
tered
scat-
sap,
or
preceding
in
sickly,
a
produce
either
bloom.
impression is,that
erroneous
rested
during
our
drier
winter
than
rule,though applicableto
be
genial light,
of
they
like brown
pseudo-bulbs
rested, kept much
means
that
often
How
of treatment
growth.
Another
This
found
more
juice,which
debilitated
be
be
Day by day
system
the
a
produce
cases
maii3r
in
with
collectors.
be
not
glaringcrystalroof, and
wrinkled, their leaves
elaborated
and
should
"
a
native
luxuriate
branches
naturalists
by
it will
or
assisted
in their
case
hundreds, and
species resting,"as
under
growth
and
countless
evaporation.
valuable
to
when
tropicalclimate, eventuallybecome
rest, Orchids
temperature,
in
ripened
trunks, stems,
created
at
from
a
is the
here, and
us
seeds, which,
they germinate
never
perfect fruit, and
tropical regions they
to
which
cultivation,comparativelyspeaking,
different
How
means.
In
!
vigour
sun,
in
they
alone,
energy
capable of producing perfectseed, even
are
by
and
flowers
than
following
year
all Orchids
require
if not
actually
season,
during
some
or,
the
Orchids,
must
to all,since
applied indiscriminately
'Odontoglots,Oncids, Dendrobes, Disas,
and
months.
summer
we
not
have
by
any
many
Masdevallias,
to
22
COOL
their
commence
To
of many
nothing
say
of moisture
thwart
her
are
efforts,and
who
Orchids,
The
the
the
excepting
unnatural
the
and
they look
if
like
more
when
than
they
last
they
in bloom
?
longer in
would
I have
in
found
cool
of the*
sound
this
course
rule,
a
as
not
even
to
this
hygrometer
will
careful
the
and
they may
perfectionin a
and
the latter
which
last
are
am
we
a
until
to
told that
cool and
in
dry
beaut}'.
dry atmosphere
moist
sphere
atmo-
favourable
to the
moderately
I
at
longer
cool and
to be most
wonder
they ought
into
be removed
so-
shrivelled
what
add
;
of water
not
and
often
that
use
need
one
the-
careful1
generallyscorching hot
are
cool
with
in
in addition
the
at
reliable
may
time,
is
she
be
This
and
Again, how
a
to
atmosphere
other
any
glance
should
never
grown
weather.
summer;
a
preservationof flowers,and
experiments with
the
to
becoming parched
leather thongs than
temperature, in order
Do
at
during winter,
Aerides
are
recommending
conditions
treated.
rationally
Orchids
of
pipes
unnatural
advised
Vandas
be
hot-water
two
than
which
dryness,
to these
often
days
as
During frostyweather,
is drier
hot
for
reason
is obvious.
atmosphere
prove,
the
to
succeed
house, should
Indian
to some,
careful
only
would
who
such
absurd
but
the
cases,
during dry, sharp, frosty
and
they do, that
as
some
house
invariably
are
equally cautious
are
of moisture
abundance
of treatment
watchful
cultivator
of the East
high temperature
root, cannot
contrary, would
best results
ever
especially with
more
supply an
The
workings, knowing,
success.
the
months.
sufficiency
a
the
at
or
results,but, on
best, and, in
invariablythe
to
atmosphere
who
in her
to withhold
this,or
which
genera,
winter
and
autumn
our
injury.
cultivators
by
assist Nature's
to
the
plantspermanent
obtained
guide
in
do
as
to useful
possibly conduce
do the
such
either
to other
speciesbelonging
growth during
to rest
attempt
GROWING.
ORCHID
fullyconvinced,
Odontoglots and Oncids,
will be
from
found
to
be
the
as
bulbs
foliage,
and
state
a
of
dry
a
should
we
from
suffer
continually
things
flowers,
atmosphere,
as
excessive
endeavour
ration,
evapo-
avoid
to
well
much
as
possible.
as
A
careful
external
to
from
plant
losing
This
than
more
rest.
it
roots
and
its
concentrated
must
from
shrivelling
in
only
be
being
is
will
decidedly
or
to
by
the
furnished
prevent
injurious
means
plant
to
enough
the
prevent
of
will
with
too
the
bulbs
to
by
about
just
supplying
atmosphere
supplied
than
more
the
is
plant
energies
from
would
although
moisture,
leaves
much
individual
accordingly,
acts
the
any
detects
quickly
cultivator
when
then
moisture
far
observant
and
appearance
and
rest,
at
In
generally.
case
23
ORCHIDS.
RESTING
plants
ration.
evaposuffer
much
and
when
24
COOL
VARIATION
SPECIFIC
WE
search
may
so
and
far
depth
as
the
and
proved by growing
invariably
experienced
striking
when
grower,
of
illustration
the
from
having
deep
a
crimson
apparent in other
run
of
from
the
varieties
Alexandra
in
the
"
size
the
yellow colour
Cattleyas
the chaste
and
in many
well
are
of their
on
the
lips,but
apply to
and
constitution
it is the
marked
as
several
P.
of any
"
is
depth
collections,
our
length
and
other
P.
species,as
only speciesthat
will
this
only
in
of the
diffusion
vigour.
speciesin
variable
PhalaBiiopsis
in
and
their
(crispum)
distinct,not
in the
the
which
beautiful
extremely
forms
;
variety,
fur
in constitutional
Schilleriana
in
and
notorious
and
also
varies
genera,
blossoms.
different
the
rosy
Odontoglossum
its
sepals,the
remarks
amabilis, and
of
cite
may
distinct
are
Odontoglots
colouring
leaves,as well
robust
of
that queen
a
variabilityis equally
different
to
imaginable.
of their
P.
this
signs
As
potted.
deep
very
into the most
of which
breadth
and
of
the most
by
even
first
typicalform
grandiflora exists
several
them,
a
species belonging
while
protean variability,
may
more
external
no
Skinneri, which
to
lip;
were
were
caste
purest white
much
grow
I
variability,
their
They
conditions, when
some
they
size
vigour, as
same
amongst
lovely winter-flowering Ly
colour
that
be detected
superiorityto
do,
newly imported plants
others, although there
vigorously than
concerned.
are
preciselythe
found
be
of
Orchids
the relative
constitutional
to
batch
a
species under
same
it will
of
themselves
flowers
the
than
more
vary
colouring and
of
richness
and
vegetable kingdom
entire
plants that
greatly in regard
also vary
be
of
shape
of
ORCHIDS.
AMONG
the
through,
classes
few
find but
GROWING.
ORCHID
breadth
The
same
Lurlclemamiiana,
latter
has
the
truly superb
subject itself
to
cool
most
genus,
treat-
VARIATION
SPECIFIC
I would
ment.
breadth
of
measure
remark
gives
deal
good
the
proof of
being
its
and
a
flowers
long-petalledflimsy
but
across,
of the
mention
mere
substantial
many
breadth
lack
they
that
no
variety, since
a
since
flower
a
first-class
here
25
ORCHIDS.
AMONG
comparatively worthless,
are
substance
sepals and
in their
petals.
In
of the finest collections of
one
there
are
twenty
some
greatlyin
breadth
of
apparent that when
select
to
as
petal and
varieties
Orchids, too, which
been
related, but
also
and
pseudo-bulbs,
of
Mexican
Spaniards
differingin
bulbed
other
a
the
varietyblooms
be grown
may
single flower.
Esq.,
son,
Mr.
of
"
of
there
James
has
thus
be
and
freely,
that
substance.
only
account
by
speciesbloom
to the
from
seed
succeeded
short-
varieties
"
are
be
may
asked,
flowering
It will
years.
those
flowers
this
causes
normal
for
diversityin colour, size,form,
different
bloom
which
the
types in
F. Daw-
to
in
last few
these
the fact that in their native
of
good
striking
species?
and
"We
stitution,
con-
several
habitats,where
in close
posed
proximitysimultaneously,they are exfertilising
agency of insects,and being reproduced
it follows
seedlings,
vary
raised
it
What,
varieties,
distinct
produce large,richlycoloured
divergence from
can
good
two
are
an
of the
de Maio
Anderson, gardener
species regularlyduring
"
of their
thickness
regularity,while the
without
its ever
producing
for years
this
that
just
tolerable
Meadowbank,
seen
and
are
has
as
pseudo-bulbs. The
their
with
on
only
the Flor
majalis
which
length
be careful
should
possible. There
as
length
vary
flowering propensities.For
Laelia
of
country
it becomes
Hence
not
greatly,
vary
their
this,take
"
of them
in the
in
example
substance.
purchase Orchids, we
some
this
thirty imported plants,which
or
we
good
in
Phalaenopsids
as
has
seedlingsof
any
that
some
just been
class
of
proportion, if
stated.
Everyone
plants will
all the
not
who
understand
has
that
26
COOL
they
this
to differ from
apt
are
the
when
case
other
producing
plants, and
when
great bulk
of
that
nearly all
the
the
have
proved
their
parents, and
fertilisation
in their
varieties
variabilityin
their
its
and
Orchidaceous
pseudo
if its external
really is
a
genuine pleasure
its
floral
much
in
wondered
that
wild
between
books
does
found
to
from
what
has
exist
which
the
of
he
the
such
often
is not
in the
the
been
plant
a
by
what
different
drawings
Orchids
that
of
?
vary
the
of
means
varieties
were
unfold
stranger
vary
cultivation, need
matter
any
if it
betray him,
not
plants
representations
the
of its relatives,,
delicate
under
even
to
does
extraordinary variety, with
watch
portraitsof
charm
carefully he
How
those
does
growth
cross-
imported
an
!
from
extreme
unfeigned anxiety
first time
with
of all the
This
additional
foliage with
an
that
proof
watch
aware
Schlimmii,.
origination
an
breeding,
cross-
distinct
tropics.
Seeing, therefore,
disparity in question
be
adds
or
habit
state, and
at that
exists
plants
cultivator
bulbs
treasures.
a
the
with
species,or
new
is the
but
country,
less
or
to
well
Cypripedium
from
introduced
flower-spikefor
its
compares
in this
more
habitats
beauty
are
pretty conclusive
a
professional
or
showing
is
be
to
native
cultivation, for
amateur
and
grandiflora
extent,
influences,
We
raised
affect
certain
a
their
agency.
I
conditions
to
owe
seedling Orchids
this
and
surrounding
varieties
insect
by
themselves.
than
individuals
different
flowering
on
diverse
circumstances
in
especiallyis-
; more
again cross-fertilised,,
are
more
best
our
of Disa
exception
beautiful
under
effected
as
even
variety
exist
parent plant
varieties
local
cause
they
the
that
GROWING.
the
these
plants
allow
willingly
ORCHID
same
the
in
plant
complaint
of
it b"
difference
The
greater
so-
;
but
than
plants
originallymade.
ferent
difthe
may
selves,
them-
IS
COOL
by
ORCHID
and door,
glass partition
a
rather
being kept
be
might
The
required.
and
about
might
have
the
benches
"either
did
high,
These
compartment
one
so
give
to
as
placed
upon
cast-iron
Iron
is
better
than
wood,
which
will
a
Cool
humid
a
sad
celebrated
nopsids in
may
be
roof
might
this
House,
collection
In
to
the
constructed, into which
be conducted
for
use
moisture
--explained,
is
Orchids, and
slate benches
as
bare
This
essential
and
of
might give
not
the
all the
rain-water
inside.
As
to
the
has
been
a
ago,
Phalsecistern
from
the
already
well-being of
speedilybecome
way
in the
long
finest
of the house
centre
ports.
sup-
naturally
reallyhappened
some
be
ground.
Manchester
near
damage
country.
partly below
atmosphere,
damage.
serious
very
Orchid
more
should
benches
slabs
Roofed
as
will be about
slate
suddenly, causing
and
or
other,
or
"lecay quickly in
of
feet
the
than
side benches
high,
ment
compart-
one
stone
Span
case
feet
3
drier
or
larger plants.
to
room
4
of
to allow
as
staging or
wide
head
so
warmer
feet
4
GROWING.
dry
all
after
COOL
having
been
practiceto
small
up
benches
and
and
vigour
benches
will
Cool
materiallyaid
or
a
During
Ferns
the hot
in
cold
cover
be
from
the ventilators
be
House
at
conducive
the
planted,as
shown
from
the
for
that
the
sun's
bordering
finish
path
Selaginella
carpet
and
to the house
in the
In
blinds
order
is
a
;
illustration.
plants will requireto
rays, and
purpose.
with
with
health
the
on
green
injuring the plants,it
either
to
the
Fernielmrst.
clean
months
this, the
to
during
and
neat
addition
fresh
in
coal,broken
cannel
planted
a
good plan
a
water, which,
space
form
Orchid
summer
provided
draughts
The
soon
be
may
highly
may
giving a
carefully
protected
should
In
hold
to
plants.
side
hortensis, which
few
made
be
of the
the
layer of
thin
a
months, will be
summer
down, it is
carefullywashed.
also
may
with
21J
HOUSES.
damped
or
them
cover
hot
beneath
watered
ORCHID
on
to
rollers
prevent
good plan
perforated sheets
be
of zinc
to
or
30
ORCHID
COOL
piecesof
"else to tack
GROWING.
the
tiffanyover
coarse
inside
openings
the house.
and
These
many
more
.suggest themselves
to
who
symptoms
to
must
be
which
his
Orchid
houses
circumstances.
of
does
any
intelligentworkman
place,in
a
trifle
a
few
weeks
compared
plantswill
a
Lean-to
not
therefore,be
;
may,
at
who
the
attentive
The
Orchid
vator,
culti-
erected
may
their
great
under
happen
pleasure the
construction
of
House.
call for any
most, and
with the
afford.
of
soon
ready to counteract
any unhealthy
plants may show through being subjected
skill
they
mind
will, however,
ever
Section
cool
the
of adverse
course
a
little details
the
to
be
first cost
culture
of
amount
direction
about
of
the
will be but
of these
lovely
COOL
Although
which
still there
10"
are
Orchids
some
is
other
Section
both thrive
If
a
and
at
HOUSES.
grow
freelyin
a
to grow
of House
bloom
vigour which
in
them
true
or
temperature
a
and
of
45",
or
would
Orcliids.
house, but
of Orchids
house, say 60 feet long,is builb,it should
partment
com-
temperature 8"
successfully.They
cooler
lovers
cool house
a
require
adapted for Vines
the
31
winter
mean
speciesthat
in order
warmer,
luxuriant
kept
OKCHID
not
with
delightto
that
see.
be divided in the
32
COOL
middle; this gives two
of these
may
extra
an
row
GROWING.
ORCHID
of 30 feet
compartments
be
kept
of
pipes,one
than
warmer
the other
flow and
each, and
the addition
by
In this
return.
one
end
warm
many
Cattleyas, Lselias, Trichopilias, Cypripediums,
Oncids
may
a
be grown,
connoisseur
if grown
of the
glots. Many
will bear
house
which
with
would
hardly give
in the cool end
Orchids
usually grown
absolute
impunity a
the
to
OdontoIndian
in the East
winter
mean
and
satisfaction
with
along
of
ture
tempera-
of 50".
known
I have
small
houses
as
rule
a
of
and
they
which
do
require
at
not
but
they
at
grown
sunk
not
for
also
such
frost
for
and
house
Syon
As
exclusive
has
as
by throwing
erected, and
other
places in
these
seen
of
some
the
Scotland.
Warner,
of the
Yines
conducive
England
and
a
Yinery
very
in
grown
Esq.,
in
of
and
to the
moist
Anguloas, and Odontoglots, and
of many
the crop
the
well
Orchids
are
selves
themfree-
of out-of-
manner
Orchids
The
genial atmosphere
healthy vigour
are
partially
successfullyby
Broomfield, and -others.
the
been
commoner
the-way places,both
vated
exca-
Orchids,
absolutelyfor
in all
been
for
have
structure
over
still on
Orchids
a
mats
houses
;
previously remarked,
houses
to be
such
only
not
The
convenient
few
to enter
flowering speciesbeautifullygrown
also
a
be
genial,.,
as
Ferns.
at
require
to
and
also very
are
lady visitors
been
indeed, I have
;
be
plants and
stove
against them.
or
hand, the ground has
can
Plants
may
artificial heat
remarkably well,
answer
houses.
so
house
a
there
generally humid
much
so
the other
convenient
the most
whole
On
night.
before
for
in
success
level.
ground
houses, but
is
being easilyprotectedfrom
them
the
either
houses
marked
with
fullyexposed ; they
more
are
such
raised
such
not
below
in
well
grow
atmosphere
in
partiallysunk
good arguments
very
cultivated
Orchids
have
Eobert
partial shade
highly
are
Dendrobes, Lycastes,
of
Grapes
is
a
very
ORCHID
COOL
agreeable
secondary
advised
once
the
truly
very
which
might
experience
that
in
growth
equally
true
of
sections
of
culture
may
be
of
that
be
not
heat
by
Orchids
under
at
the
a
very
of
pp.
different
moderate
Orchids
a
green
make
will
be
conditions,
outlay.
from
vigorous
bright
and
this
accompanying
adapted
and
ing
grow-
which
above,
found
over
more-
know
a
in
The
genera.
31)
I
foliage
he
worth
Yines."
vinery
warm
than
more
and
Yines,
Dendrobes
fresh
30,
few
under
other
many
(see
are
has
Warner
and
there
choice
genial
of
"
Orchids
cultivated
many
houses
erected
Mr.
association
subdued
is
sunlight
is
the
consideration.
asserts
33
HOUSES.
similar
to
houses
the
34
COOL
HOUSES
ORCHID
THE
gives some
of
plants when
houses
from
idea
point
general adoption
as
at
specialbeauty
Indeed, when
effect of the whole
Orchids, however, have
few
a
others, but
in bloom.
and
see
a
habited
and
in close
in the
houses
at home.
that
in
some
of the
step
Palms
beauty
with
as
unattractive
natural
we
way
it is
of natural
I
am
gracefully-
group
natural
are
amply
nature
here
arrangement
quite well
present themselves
cases
follow
possible to
aware
to
our
sufficient
of the
As
I have
native
their
Grasses,
to
in
a
certain
our
Orchid
culties
practicaldiffi-
notice, and
to
when
arrangement,
Orchids.
our
Some
Aerides, Yandas,
luxuriantlyin
grow
in
details,the general
are
when
beauty
Orchids
grower
into consideration.
to
of
out
pseudo-bulbs,but
minute
nearer
along
sense.
commonest
attractive
plump
taken
any
ordinary
an
contiguitywith Ferns, Melastomads,
Palms, and
extent
a
floral
a
plants are
certain
a
general they
of its
pointed out,
habitats
these
get
little more
Ferns
before
and
We
for
noted
pleasure that
gracefulhabit,
a
in
than
houses,
professionalOrchid
these
only being
most
Orchid
our
other
To the
overlooks
astic
enthusi-
that
strong growths, fresh foliage,or
ordinary visitor
the
collection of the
is
appear,
for thoir
Orchidaceous
a
there
amateur,
to
scarcelyhope
generally
any
style
beautiful
made
even
tithe of the
plants.
be
can
not
are
from
derive
enthusiastic
I
admit
must
give a
not
Succulent
and
natural
of that fine tribe
grace
may
generalityof
the
Ferns
not
manner
elegance,in
would
an
in the
and
present, though
at
or
observer
the
beauty
arranged,
flower, they do
or
house
of view
of Orchids
present
or
of the
in this
eesthetic
admirer
Orchid
an
STYLE.
however
arranged. Still,
judiciously
arranged
an
NATURAL
THE
IN
shows
frontispiece
and
GROWING.
ORCHID
know
that
bility
preclude the possi-
system being attempted, but
there
are
36
Sobralias.
and
Phajus
would
being
flowered
from
if
almost
impossible
picturesque
carried
and
appearance,
the
cascade
little
is easy
plant),
the
aquatic
be
left
the
system,
with
the
as
of
a
so
come
while
few
as
into
house
Ferns,
the
delicate
perly
pro-
the
cade
cas-
graceful
a
elata
have
suitable
introduce
;
Steelii,
might
colours
utilized
or
other
openings
could
containing
by adopting
this
be
gay
always
Selaginellas,
would
two
or
been
pots
and
in
Loddigesii
Nymphaeas,
bloom
(Dove
Stanhopea
a
by
rockwork.
hidden
Scuticaria
might
trailing plants,
to
pots.
when
for
Cycnoches
kind
to
is
Peristeria
as
smaller
this
in
is
arranged
have
partly
below
of the
it
considerably heightened
and
water
since
water
planifolia, and
arranged
exotics,
the
in
grown
grown
idea
macrostachya,
Vanilla
they
when
plants
plants
Coelia
goldenOrchids
be
might
the
the
Oncidium
some
naturally
with
from
such
rockwork,
background
flowers.
is
houses
In
plants
choice
together
of
plants.
a
ensemble
The
group.
culture
flowering
tout
of
coccinea,
in
The
while
foreground,
the
boiler.
tumbling
species
some
complete
the
recognise
to
Eenanthera
by
the
what
carrying
pipe
The
Orchid-house
an
shows
specimens,
situations,
them
to
Wallichii
terrestrial
Cape,
represents
The
round
other
the
justice
manner,
out.
passes
It
do
to
noble
make
suitable
in
P.
bloomers.
many
and
out
frontispiece, which
a
and
America,
planted
and
abundant
very
flava
South
perfection
in
and
Cyrtopera
India,
Our
themselves
feeders
gross
and
grandifolius
Phajus
establish
soon
GROWING.
ORCHID
COOL
and
form
of
kept
Mosses,
an
the
priate
appro-
fragrant
IMPORTING
IMPORTING
-
ORCHIDS,
perhaps
important subject,
of
be out
is much
collections
in
represented,even
and
will
doubt
no
clears the way
are
well.
The
continue
their
to
though
southern
or
terrestrial
Orchids
cultivators.
not
to mention
Assam
Orchids
those
of other
main
is
will
they
down
and
season,
officer
and
lately in
the
this
is
the
these
the
Bengal
various
and
the
profusion
mountains, but which
he has
never
both, for
come
An
kindly supplied me
and
hunting
seen
enter,
the winter
parts of India, and
whilst
to
to their hills.
lovelyLilies,Primulas, Rhododendrons,
in
the wild
Nagahs,
during
many
with
as
plants,or
his
met
in
It is difficult
natives
with
he has
of
plants,which
gorges,
allow
has
Assam,
Suddyah
mountains.
season
army
Lower
rare
to trade
warm
finest
great continent
or
and
the
the
yet unknown
as
cultivators.
flowers
Debrooghan
of
and
mountain
do
might
plants of
some
are
new
There
country.
even
Upper
to
poorly
yet comparatively
as
tribes, the Mishmeys
experience of
but
are
rich
private enterprise
parts of the
both
during
return
of
they, however,
;
our
private collections,
until
to
neighbouring
down
These
Suddyah
to
and
so
localityfor
enter
to
bring
trifle.
mere
the
this
object to
tribes
and
European
Orchids
be grown,
unknown
rich
a
profuselyin
for any
moderately
of,and
could
The
in the
India, are
grow
are
district, including
that
great
We
Africa
Central
not
generallyacknowledged
enterprising collector
an
unheard
not
Cape
to
be
may
even
public
to
it here
to
ere
introduction
vegetationof
unknown,
Upper
best
this
way
terrestrial
our
localities where
many
this
in
approach completeness.
epiphytal species,but
in
a
do
to
allusion
it is
especiallyas
place,more
there
that
brief
a
to
reference
in
repeatedly questioned
been
HAVING
37
ORCHIDS.
and
mentions
Ferns
which
shooting
in cultivation.
in
A
38
collector
the
a
ORCHID
COOL
going
out
else make
language, or
who
native
be
country have
favourable
Orchids.
that
Plants
be obtained
may
of
drawings
first who
to the
correspondents
instances
over
known
by giving the
themr and
in
succeeds
plants
send
are
native
Pass,
do
at
reach
not
that
small
a
of
beautiful
scarcelyless
thoroughly
coloured
the
to
sum
In addition
the hills.
or
vicinityof
in the
Oontadoora
the
to
Orchids
The
feet.
nearly 17,500
herbaceous
many
Himalayan
plants
from
obtained
be
interestingmight
with
investigated,
well
of choice
graphic
small
villagenear
parts of the
locality.Many
in
speciallocality
noticed
were
elevation, but
that
could
above, different speciesof Iris,Myo-
elevation
an
tribes
from
bringing them
is
in any
this
in
two
or
case
certain
offering a
mentioned
Panchoa
a
culties
diffi-
persons
India, who
in
to grow
sotis,Delphinium, and Fritillarias
Panchoa.
innumerable
Many
way.
of
something
take, into his employ
to
English, or
his
in
resident
his mind
some
thrown
understand
should
up
understands
will
some
India
to
GROWING.
might
range
be
by
pleasure and profit,
both
collector.
well-qualified
any
is but
Collectingplants,however,
for
if
great
them, there
is every
journey to
this
be
when
packed
tightlyin
at that
a
is not
care
common
If the
pack them
the
If
during
packing
case,
growths plenty of
the evil
is the
result.
much
greater chance
soon
A
a
spreads,and
few
robust
of
or
shavings,
good
dition.
con-
necessary
to
in
it becomes
should
Packed
season.
this country
their
on
bulbs
dry fibre
among
little
is of but
It
in
lost
and
dry
collector,
a
transporting
being
the
of
allowing
glass-roofedplant-case,
a
room.
growing plants together
their
growing,
are
carefullyin
decay
and
rest, or
plants
more
packing
possibleOrchids
they generallyreach
season
duty
probabilityof
country.
at
in
taken
half the
case,
a
mass
if
for
of
one
to
use
this
to
commences
stagnant
rottenness
plants carefullypacked
reaching
crowd
have
a
country in excellent
IMPORTING
condition
the
of
case
them
well established
thoroughly
which
on
afterwards
in which
cases
often arrived
In
sending
be taken
Orchids
the
when
only
the
has
ruined
the
labour
had
been
has
their
was
officer of the steamer
which
suggest themselves
and
prepare
them
the
importation
are
their native
plants and
best
brought
earth.
shrubs
are
as
seeds
that
will
best
certain
keep
for
over
over
death
in
years
impaired;
Amherstia
for
to
but
example,
a
their
a
native
good plan
other
or
have
well
as
them
certain
of
than
at rest,
it is at
packed
other
in moist
them.
There
are
cannot
clay or
are
many
without
others,
be
in
tropical
packed
dry place
render
terrestrial
many
and
soon
to know
that may
when
there
that
capital and
captain
it is
of Palms
sent
vitalitybecoming
nobilis
tubers
sent
seeds
Many
dryness is
earth,
or
of valuable
placed,to
less
the
northern
cases
it is
circumstances
Orchids
living
bulbs, and
Many
present.
Orchids,
of
this
little details will
These
adverse
shipped
our
in
the
are
during
reached
of both
collector,but
to the
against any
of
scores
they
should
care
been
having
rigour of
amount
during bright sunshine.
shaded
manner
disappointed many,
glass-roofedcases,
on
safety.
here
The
collect
to
reach
having
with
arrangements, if possible,
to make
in
in this
their
of
large
a
of
case
this
months.
expended
In the
habitats.
will
contents
after
plants,often
home, there need
abroad,
they
and
season,
country during the winter
winters
to
for failure
cause
the
firmly to
destination
country from
that
so
can
condition.
Inattention
late in
too
to this
them
ship
screwed
or
branches
obtained
so
grandiflorapacked
in excellent
weather.
warm
off
to
P.
off the
In
obtain
possible to
to be sent
are
together.
logs
reaching their
and
PhalaenopsisParishi
have
The
if nailed
they
of their
little fear
but
it is
by lopping
they grow.
trimmed, and
be
sides of the
closely huddled
epiphytal Orchids,
some
of the trees
be
great numbers
than
39
OIICHIDS.
their
as
the
imported
or
40
COOL
for
preserved
in
gardener
Satyriums,
Orchids
terrestrial
resting
and
rare
sent
by
thin
sheet
post,
reference
living
way.
from
them.
abroad,
a
of
can
method
when
a
be
or
no
of
one
of
friends
necessity
for
this
of
and
he
from
a
parcels
there
in
observed,
in
had
to
received
in
sent
convenient
of
be
may
wrapped
India
being
small
Orchids
plants
that
the
during
European
recently
the
African
quantity
the
and
Habenarias,
South
moss,
post,
Yanda
obtaining
tree,
herbaceous
Hooker
of
doubt
has
of
damp
by
the
the
in
over
little
plants
species
of
Many
Dr.
sending
plants
inexpensive
soil.
india-rubber.
to
There
in
packed
sent
Alpine
interesting
or
other
Nature
from
Tubers
adopt.
be
in
packed
season,
falls
imperative
many
might
condition.
good
and
an
to
and
Disas,
in
ripens
becomes
collector
or
time
it
as
this
cases
some
soon
as
GROWING.
of
length
any
seed
her
sows
ORCHID
and
living
collect
that
and
plants
send
ORCHIDS
ORCHIDS
ORCHIDS
of
apartments
plants
ib is
yet
have
we
see
and
for many
months
before
they
;
of
some
in
will
make
be
can
the
finest
one
very
of
transferred
this is
of
colour
artificial
which
to
the
only
had
of which
Crotons
6Q
above
last winter
descended
succumbed
last winter
in
an
Orchid
this
is
in
fine
"
to
40Q
its
last
of
one
plant,with
of
Under
purity
Orchid
the
during
decoration
the
light
gas-
white
under
house
in
frequently descended
yet this plant is
Aerides
ordinary lean-to,
frequently
to
of
many
a
paratively
com-
Oncidiums,
cristata
freezing point,and
Indian
Another
and
of: the
temperature
placed
plant was
uninjured.
we
The
is
these
To
front hall.
the
being dazzling
flowers
there
objects imaginable,the
of the loveliest
light.
this
38", or
one
Orchid
the
to
besides
especial
occasionallyfor
and
room,
for the
decoration, and
indoor
the
they again
and
growth,
cases
after their
employ
to
repeatedlyused
we
forty spikes, for
thirty or
dining
winter
severe
for
close
before
Coelogyne
and
;
sheltered
a
bloom
Odontoglossums
all Orchids
in
being injured.
Lselias.
know, but
in Ward's
Coelogyne cristata,Lycaste Skinneri,
for
used
are
vigorous growth
a
the best
are
their
cool
beautiful
drawing-rooms
flowering
of their
glorious Cattleyas and
they
Orchids
again
commence
these
placed
grown
Some
these
the
used
been
and
of
That
if
finish
danger
no
for the decoration
occasionallywe
summer
and
as
they
sitting-room,
belong
the
together,
growing
house
Orchid
specieshave
is matured,
commence
EOOM.
many
table
species that
during
position;
growth
which
dinner
any
many
of: doors
out
for
use
of the
rarity to
a
SITTING
pre-eminently adapted.
seem
decoration
the
a
41
ROOM.
yet very generallyused
as
"
SITTING
THE
FOE
not
are
THE
roll
and
treatment, but
the
odoratum
temperature
probably
two
"
small
lower.
plants
42
of this
and
Aerides
COOL
ORCHID
as
healthy
are
GROWING.
would
be
winter
season
taken
in
said of
other
During
if the
its many
plants
cold
sink
not
there
the
atmosphere, which
The
room
:
"
cold
in
being
and
the
0. cucullatum
aurantiaca
Yanda
;
;
same
for
Oncidium
;
;
the
while
L.
anceps
;
will
aridityof
allowed
to
lower
a
The
following
of the
L.
O.
in
sitting-
aromatica
Barkeria
Alexandras
;
Phalaenopsis,
Lselia albida, L. autumn
Cypripedium barbatum,
losum, C. insigne,and
Cypri-
difference
dry.
and
for
shades
to
of
we
sharp frosty
removed
Sophronitis grandifloraand
;
in
be
nubigenum,
;
and
the
decoration
cruenta
Cattleyacitrina
Odoiitoglossum
caerulea
cases,
pots should
and
and
winter
and
degrees
feared
in the
to be feared
are
Andes.
the room,
glass
draughts
they
Skinneri, L.
cristata
Skinneri
but
common
"
several
suitable
alis,L. furfuracea, and
B.
;
of close
soil that is wet
Orchids
Lycaste
Coelogyne
the
the
to be
danger
position in
use
last is most
compost
temperature between
list of
is little
"c.
from
protect them
temperature, there
a
and
S.cernua,
Sophronitisgrandiflara,
get comparatively dry before
is
;
of the Peruvian
cutting draughts
insigne,C. venustnm,
weather.
40"
below
sheltered
a
recommend
-as
"
suffice to
in
varieties
beautiful
ordinary sittingroom,
an
the cool summits
in
set
strongly
pedium
and
months
summer
subjectedto
small
precautionsarc
Odontoglossum Alexandras, Oncidiumnubigenum,
plants are
would
and
prevent the plants being frozen
to
does
speciesfrom
the
if due
as
in the
house
Odontoglossums
impunity
together in
of which
temperature
with
Skinneri
Lycaste
of the
Epiphytes,
to the
be removed
many
be done
may
last for weeks
maybe
with
frosty weather
transit.
will
but
;
Lycastes,this
the
growing
now
are
Indian
recommend
folly to
Phalsenopsids,Vaiidas, "c., to
not
and
ever,
floweringvigorously.
It
and
as
-
spectabilisand
S.
and
cernua
0.
Ada
Pescatorei,
C. venustum,
Zygopetalum Mackayi.
;
C. vil-
44
ORCHID
COOL
enlargesrapidlyafter
which
attain
length
a
fertilisation
rarely half
are
contain
of from
however,
difficulty,
of
state
than
is
generally supposed
seed
good
perfect seeds
that
but
manyfailures that
cultivators
to raise
When
hybrids.
examined
under
a
the
nucleus
ought
to
reticulated
it is useless
developed,
might
we
having
being
well
as
admitted
far
as
which
those
as
cultivators
the
raising of
has
already been
who
researches
most
that
have
"
the
opportunity to
Orchids
at
*
seed
and
rare
succeeded
in
after
last is far from
has
forgetting what
generally
be
to
learn, in
to induce
ought
extended
more
Veitchii,one
Cypripedium
*
of the
Cattleya
Harrisianum,
Two
rearing seedlingplants of
so
That
is concerned.
undertake
Calanthe
place ;
Ferns
of young
still much
Cypripedium (Selenipedium)Dominianum.
least have
is not
to take
present in cultivation, or
*
perfect,
branous,
translucent, mem-
in this direction
done
the
attempts
are
hybrids,it will
have
from
take, for example,
beautiful
of
we
Orchids
exoniensis, together with
*
~Not
in the way
produce
their
they
which
occurrence.
achieved
Orchids
If the nucleus
batch
spore-cases,
rarely
more
be attributed
if
;
coat.
a
the
to
come
expect germination
to obtain
empty
uncommon
already been
seed
or
to
expect
the
sown
an
testa
highest
condition.
much
the
beneath
seen
tioned,
men-
obtained, they should
are
good microscope
be
have
I
experiencedin
seeds
great
before
as
good
to this may
have
Orchid
be
in
indeed, I believe
;
The
be in the
produced
are
seldom, and
very
and,
;
plant to
experiments,
place
fertilisation,but in
mere
seed
produce
to
careful
many
conclusion
the parent
requisitefor
health, in order
After
lie in the
not
of the
taken
has
ovules.
minute
percentage of good seed
fair
it is
of
place,
the thickness
that
after
takes
that
before
long
sixtydays
does
capsulesof Phalsenopsis,
the
;
inches, and
4 to 6
hundreds
many
obtaininga
inch
an
little finger,in about
and
QUOTING.
growers
or
at
the beautiful
Cypripedium (Selenipedium)Schlimii,viz.,M. Leroy,
Passy (France),and
Wandsworth.
of
attended
Royal
the
Perhaps
I have
here
compiled
parents, where
of Mr.
Calanthe
list of
a
More
known.
has
in
be
crossing
mentioned
Limatodes.
with
hybrid Orchids,
might
of the
Dominy,
may
with
has
success
succeeded
which
amongst
genera,
Rucker, Esq.,
brilliant
most
perseverance
Calanthe, and
with
Phajus
the
Nursery, Chelsea, who
reputed
to S.
Pilcher, gardener
patience and
Exotic
several
Mr.
45
ORCHIDS.
TIVBIUDISTNG
added, but
be
their
this
is
A.
of
1. Column
an
Orchid.
A,
(Burlingtonia)
Vandse
Cattleya).
5. Pollinia
7. Pollen
(Disa).
anther;
3
.
and
4.
of Malaxideae
2. Pollinia
B, stigmatic cavity.
Pollinia
of
Epidendrese
(Dendrobium)
grains separated by
.
and
(Lselia and
Ophrydese
of
6. Pollinia
maceration,
of
under
seen
a
microscope.
sufficient
may
to
show
fairlyask,
that
have
much
these
science
?
natural
of plants
affinity
specimens
"
their
nor
Mr.
if not
successful
Pilcher
done
so
than
experiments.
as
may
far
;
and
we
botanical
the
prove
by poring
quickly,with
horticultural
have
nothing for
graftingwe
far better
Unfortunately for
Dominy
results
By hybridisationand
done
already been
has
over
greater
barium
hertainty.
cer-
science, neither
yet given
us
the details
Mr.
of
46
ORCHID
COOL
GROWING.
HYBRID
of
Talking
sowing
of the late Donald
"
G-et the
Take
a
down
them
of
ragged
inches
distances
long, and
pot with
whole
water
from
will stick
is
under
gradually.
to
fibrypeat
As
the
half
holding
your
the
sides
the
the pen
and
in
60
No.
put
a
smooth
sunbeam.
pot upside
piece 2
a
the hole
inches
Then
or
hole
in
big pot
at
e.qual
outside, and
begin
the
or
thickness, place
against it
the bottom
subsides
60.
of No.
charcoal,3 inches
of the
breathe
dusted.
of the
piece of
to
fill
Now
pot in the left hand.
finger by
water
sides
in width
the bottom
water,
equally
over
cracked
that
the
a
and
bottom,
fingeron
the
on
surface
the
put
a
dust
the
as
pot, and
or
recipefrom
emptied on
small
as
against
water,
seeds
the
Orchid
an
a
"
"
pieces of rough,
put your
;
at
seed, here is
:
32
turf
their ends
on
sow
No.
the hole
take four
4 four
being
clean
over
Then
the
seed-podof
very
square
Beaton
seeds
the
paper,
Orchid
ORCHIDS.
till the
let off the
hole very,
pot, the
very
seeds
pot, the peat, and the charcoal.
just like
much
so
place the pot
the
safely on
pot, and
in
put
tide mark.
a
of
square
it will not
pot where
get
the heat is at Calcutta
has
into this world
could
never
"
have
I
of the
from
packets
before
if not
sanguinea,
course,
of
the
Angrascum
all of
by
I
route
a
that all the
speciesare
science
ought
epiphytal Orchids
as
funale, and
from
Jamaica
;
and
as
able to solve the
be
to
not
we
look
and
for seed
for
advertised
be
Balsam
regularly as
from
naturallyreproduced
May
to
abundantly
in
Epidendrums
reproduction here.
years
many
from
and
Oncidiums
of their
sale
seed,
Primula
quite so cheaply ?"
Perhaps
seed
the best
soon
as
covered
with
contains
or
before
surface
the
If
their
to be
months,
they show
easiest to obtain
the
of
few out
appears
three
raising seedlingsis
living Sphagnum.
will make
germinate
of
manner
ripe,on
as
some
probability
two
Orchids
:"
seed, horticultural
problem
pollen
they
say,
of the world
gettingout
the
why
to
of the
100
brought 1,000
ripe seed-pods hanging
seen
know, of
we
follows
as
Broughtonia
some
I
but, truth
way,
of
means
of life.
where
and
of every
a
the
Put
twigs.
soon,
very
to leave
as
so
of the
fathom."
is
Another
that
just
the
found
them
the germ
them
given
not
that
seedlingsare
it is now,
if 99 out
of
deep
the mouth
of the
than
dry
point ; and
vegetate, and
will not
seeds
till your
across
thickness
more
inch
an
the twigs,
glass over
the
for air all round
space
twigs
two
put
;
with
point
is all off,
the water
When
water,
it to that
hold
wing
a
of
saucer
a
it,and
in
water
of
47
ORCHIDS.
HYBRIDISING
while
from
seed
; a
The
others
friend
blocks
or
the seeds
uncertain,
Disa
themselves.
pots
thousands
appearance.
very
of
are
that
good, in
each
time
they take
are
all
capsule
to
requiringonly
as
many
grandiflora is
informs
the
sow
that
some
remain
to
me
one
years
of the
that he
has
48
of young
hundreds
already been
obtained.
that there
abroad
stock
Orchids
some
are
Schroederi
Aerides
the number.
time
must
but
this
if
since
seedlingswere
be
some
in
is
always
to
prove
no
but
them
would
be
a
germination of Orchid
will
give us
How
by
state.
In
Mossise, unless
they
what
at home
for
these
we
shall
genera,
"
see
If
that
we
our
list of
near
There
and
be
can
view, the
rearing
when
the
plants
varieties.
of
has
taken
place
in
If the
seedlings?
are
difficult to manage
so
has
Cattleya
already been
hybrids does
not
effected,
include
many
Cattleya,Cypripedium, Goodyera, Phajus, Calanthe,
have
Limatodes
been
raised
seed, in
from
Manchester, but whether
would
appear
to be
a
belongs
to the Yandas
an
hybridsor
most
and
being
Orchid
not
all.
to
say.
Calanthe
although
readily,
the other
Den-
ment
establish-
I cannot
between
affinity
natural
Phajus,seeingthat they cross
callyone
of
varieties
many
agency
Laelia,Anaectochilus, Aerides, and
drobiums
eventually
may
understood, hybridisation
at what
look
always
seedlings,there
Doubtless,
the
insect
crossingby
habitats,and
?
of
beautiful
and
new
e
drawback,
distinct,there
success.
is better
seeds
beautiful
would
there
they
out
turn
decided
habitats
considerabl
serious
case
pecuniary point
a
know
we
the
some
a
seed, then, germinates abroad, why is it
here
and
flowering condition,
a
year
the
to
as
account
to
we
their native
year
other
many
are
reared
that, in
doubt
of
prove
should
be, but
reach
not
uncertainty
an
that
would
blooming
a
;
Schroederi) being amongst
var.
be denied
it cannot
practice
out
in their native
even
seedlingswill
elapseere
in
holding
rare,
(A.crispum
Again,
supposed
be
moment
a
Portei, P. Lowii, and
Phalaenopsis intermedia
"
hybridshaving
four
or
supersedeimportedplants,provided
will
the
rely on
can
for
it cannot
course
seedlingOrchids
that
we
of
matter
Cypripedium,
single pod.
a
three
germinate readily,
to
a
from
plants
also, appears
As
GROWING.
ORCHID
COOL
botani-
Epidendrea*.
PKOPAGATIOX
PROPAGATION
THE
majorityof:
there
are
The
that
some
imported,or
does not
its flowers
plant or
Orchids.
into
cut
bottom
D.
The
lengths,the
heat.
So
manner
it does
as
a
latter
being inserted
with
a
bulbs
and
laid
others,
old bulbs
the
have
close
a
with
cut
are
the
on
a
should
be
of
in
moist
a
laid
cutting-pan,or
situation,where
a
round
a
be
the
a
syringed
all Orchids
close humid
latent buds
on
sphere,
atmo-
the
parts
Odontoglossums,
Lycastes
layerof
large proportion
Then,
in
moss
of them
a
warm,
will root
break
lost
accidentally
appliesto
"
and
Camarotis
to the
their
"
a
leading growth.
The
same
be
may
freely. Aerides, Yandas, and Saccolabiums
These
last are
only be propagated by lateral breaks.
strong imported plants that
very freelyby some
and
It
labelled
or
Nearly
Oncidiums,
on
a
Orchid-house, the
Zygopetalums, Miltonias, Maxillarias, and
placed in
in
sphagnum.
watered
moist.
in
Devonianum,
layer of livingsphagnum.
it fresh and
bulbs
them
propagated
the
be
-
twisted
in the
freelyfrom the old bulbs
provided always that there are
back
be
any
cutting
plunging
D.
as
may
common
a
be
among
will break
Old
in
may
case
tions.
collec-
of D. nobile
freely.
may
quantity
our
the plants,they should
from
which
moss,
to keep
occasionally
removed.
small
beauty
propagate
and
bell-glass,
many
being covered
back
as
easy to
treated,they break
; or
good plan to
bottom
the
on
the
on
flowering bulbs
tops of the pots and pegged down
is
much
so
old
transparens, and
similar
depend
perhaps as
are
covering them
pan,
readilymultiplied;still
propagatedat long intervals.
of its being multiplied
in
difficulty
the
Dendrobiums
other
ORCHIDS.
very
are
only be
can
value of Orchids
of the
OF
Orchids
49
ORCHIDS.
OF
can
duced
prohave
remark
beautiful,though neglected,old Orchid
Angraecums.
Thunia
alba
and
T. Bensonias
"
are
50
ORCHID
COOL
GROWING.
by cutting up
easilymultiplied
very
pieces 3
to 4 inches
long,and treatingthem
occasionallyproduce
young
frequentlydoes
Luddemanniana
Masdevallias, Disas, and
division
Seedling
plants
as
after the
Orchids
P,
flower-stems,
plied
readilymulti-
Orchids,are
plantshave
but
are
breaks,and
lateral
the
on
for
recommended
this, while Cypripediums,
other
most
into
pseudo-bulbs
old
Phalsenopsisoften produce
Dendrobiums.
by
the
attained
rarely met
to
a
good
with, although
size.
some
Seedling Beridrobes,
have been obtained from seed,
s
dypripeditiffi
good things
G. SchJimmii, seed freelyif fertilised as recommended,
especially
Very
j
more
and
seed*
some
Disa
the
latter
comes
grandiflora
of the beautiful
in
originated
quantity of
species generallycomes
their
this
up
from
Varieties into which
manner.
membranous,
it
sports have
seeds
"
from
and
freely,
seed very
Orchids produce
netted
true
an
when
less
doubt-
immense
properly
52
COOL
Dendrobes
Seedling
has
Manchester,
near
of
of
result
Several
been
off it will
to
produce
The
delicate
old
the
trade, and
of
also
Phalsenopsids,
years
the
pollen
is far
exposed,
of
when
bulbs.
cold, wet,
these
the
on
illustrates
a
Grown
than
often
rotten
plants
are
grown
in
and
the
a
root
ceding
pre-
nursery
plant
young
also
raft
way,
bury
the
sphagnum,
pots.
of
apex
young
Phalae-
Schiller's
this
to
itself
The
successfully
are
in
off
and
semi-circular
in
rational
and
shows
Consul
"c.,
the
the
establishments.
flower-stem,
of
round
pot-tops.
adopted
granclifolius
Saccolabiums,
more
the
broken
top
on
fall
private
to
its
propagates
bulbils
for
Calanthes
plants
These
on
have
thank
to
has
humilis
generally
Leicester.
Turner,
bulb
little
Phajus
also
young
Pleione
flower-stem
the
This
nopsis.
old
an
three
equally applicable
are
on
if
or
those
adventitiously
produced
plants
two
pseudo
are
illustration
Our
for
living sphagnum
methods
done
three
vexillarium.
C.
numerous
decaying
into
freely
mass
drobes.
Den-
Cypripediums
have
we
and
little
freely, producing
its
whom
Dominy,
propagate,
often
fracture.
a
and
;
seedling
with
heterocarpum
Laelias, and
Harrisianum
easy
very
Mr.
D.
at
Broughton,
about
seedling plants
Cattleyas,
Mr.
by
Cypripedium
of
shows
seed
Lower
promising
very
raised
been
imported
Ainsworth,
some
fertilising
hybrid
raised
very
from,
latter
Dr.
to
have
nobile.
D.
are
the
also
sketch
Our
old, the
"
gardener
Mitchell,
Mr.
Cypripediums
and
Nurseries
Fairfield
the
GROWING.
ORCHID
by
grown
the
with
aerial
as
which
on
is
roots
roots
in
generally
INSECTS
plants
often
that
do
serious
any
taken
precautions are
prevent injury. Thrips
but
dry;
in the
life.
house
dry
a
certain
it is almost
to
Calanthes, but
two
of
In
smoking
smoke
burning
them
do
will
the
in
the
yellow fly,so
juicy
common
well known
hesitates
that
smoke
their
condition
name
objected to
his
bulbs
it
use
"
Orchids
at
Odontoglots, but
and
foliage are
harms
with
or
be
never
by
Ferniehurst,
fresh
use.
be
and
a
hot
of the
never
bered
remem-
plump,
in
them, though Mr. Bateman,
Orchids
of tobacco
its
charge
it must
and
taken,
shrivelled
has
who
twist,"
by
should
They
"
paper,
be
must
degree
Culley,
Cool
rarely
in connection
the
"
tobacco
as
care
damage.
Mr.
of
of
considerably reduced
if in the least
collection
to
sold
of
doses
rag, i. e., the old
manufacture
in the
are
serious
dry atmosphere.
whose
its appearance
yellow thrips
Tobacco
out.
Odoiitoglossums great
subjected to smoking
which
for insect
moderately strong
three
or
the vile rubbish
preferableto
chances
and
The
Schlimmi.
will clear
smoke
the
the
a
of the
atmosphere
operationson
commence
coverings of the rollers used
is far
is
ought
houses, will infest the flower-spikesof Odontoglots
in Orchid
tobacco
this
favourable
most
if there
and
corner,
foliageof Cypripedium
and
the
to
atmosphere
Orchids
cool, moist
is not
the
spider sometimes, though rarely,makes
Eed
in
The
case.
and
cool
to
assistants
worst, especiallyif the
is excessive
devoted
house
Odontoglossum
of the
one
house
houses
the
be
to
never
the
of
is
his
or
not
is, if ordinary
that
damage,
cultivator
the
by
ORCHIDS.
pests, although, it is
insect
to
53
ORCHIDS.
INFEST
subject
are
they
temperature
INFEST
THAT
.INSECTS
MOST
THAT
smoke
is well-known,
in the
strongly
Odontoglossum
houses.
Orchids
grown
in
cool houses
rarely suffer
from
the small
54
and
white
Aerides
brown
COOL
ORCHID
scales
which
Yandas
and
it will most
likely be
Trichopilias. IH
with
tepidwater,
near
so
liable to
Some
and
"
fly;
in
invention
and
it forces
it in
This
affected,but
water-barrow
useful
any
immersed
it may
for
after
doubt, but
it is
applied.
capturing
and
of
thrips
and
applying
to
go
of the
the
few
long
a
the
of this
use
way,
delicate
most
slightest degree.
individual
plants are
contrivance
This
the
plants
who
to
of
white
be
can
plants
of every
may
be
without
the
and
use
brown
half
it.
of
entirely
with
which
partly in
of the
any
the
filled with
be
insect
held
be
than
may
possessed
once
against
the
compound
this useful
I would
trivance
con-
caution
methylated spirits
scale.
It kills scale
seriouslydisfiguresthe foliageoperated
especiallyif
more
on,
of
a
for
is made
better
no
then
the
care
never
clearingOrchids
trouble.
success
the
a
the death
ensure
cultivator
unwary
without
is
and
Anyone
would
with
by
syringed thoroughly without
wasted.
being
to
for the
not
Atherton, of Nottingham,
in
but
when
over
otherwise
they
as
and
them
figured.
infested,or
be
liquidand
as
"
Parr
flower-buds
there
insecticide
so
Cattleyas
large quantity of good-sized specimens
have
we
"
Fowler's
compound
injuring
a
cleaned
be
to
when
the
dirt,they are
pests
of fine spray,
useful
latter is very
"
among
description without
and
dust
effective contrivance
little of the
a
appearance?
among
all the better
Messrs.
form
the
an
among
regularly sponged
are
of insect
used
registeredan
latter kind
havoc
very effective in the destruction
are
have
we
put in
end
free from
the attacks
sad
such
warm
plants
kept
Frettingham's."
have
the
the
and
insecticides
green
has
the
in
be, and the plants look
would
also
make
if they should
still,
;
and
GROWING.
it
The
gets caught by the
following are
destroying
insects
sun's
well-known
that
infest
rays
soon
methods
Orchids
generally.
For
Cockroaches
and
crickets, place bell
glasses,bottles,
THAT
INSECTS
smooth
glazed
or
and
drown
till
day
but
smoking,
paper,
1
small
pan,
and
the
it may
1
had
or
at
spoil
the
from
as
a
as
soon
time
a
few
and
seen,
difficultyin keeping
and
Slugs
may
filled
be
leaves,
is also
a
or
good
1
with
of
oz.
in
the
at
about
not
allowed
once
to
Ants
or
sugar,
collected
by
pieces
of bark
a
treacle
little bran
with
trap for woodlice.
for
the
a
if the
and
mixtures
to
the
burn
Tobacco
duty,
3s. 6d.
be
be
may
gallon.
per
and
the
after, and
week
destroyed
or
bottles
placed
under
hollow
side
if
is little
there
them,
in
house,
a
aloes
crowns.
spread,
for
must
successive
than
of
a
creasing
in-
quantity
apt
may
being placed
bones
much
its appearance,
on
it in
soaked
paper
bitter
free
bond,
by
tobacco
spiders,
or
are
nurseries
clean.
killed
on
it is safer
gets
two
them
fresh, unpicked
wetted
or
the
thrips
immediately
washed
half
either
water,
the
at
be
without
smokings
in
examined
strong enough
of
tobacco
be
good
the
Three
if it
leaves
toes
Pota-
by boiling
paper
turpentine, which
or
pure
examined
plants
done
be
of
insects
1 Ib. of tobacco
to
or
only
not
mixture
a
places, and
many
for
or
;
gallon
a
soap
should
They
to
soft
made
water
with
tobacco
containing
plants
thrips
washed
be
of
oz.
kill
be
weight
increased.
gradually
will
plants
certain
a
with
in water
the
still
burning,
may
If
paper,
of
strength
of
risk
andif
be
nights
the
the
over
should
suffer.
dissolved
be
sprinkled
which
carefully
will
some
saltpetre
it,it doubles
beused,
of
the
in which
Green-fly
very
slanting position,
a
destroyed by placing
be
plants,
done
in
are
water,
may
the
be
leaves
of
oz.
and
sides
disappear.
they
it must
the
or
paper,
treacle
about
in halves
every
the
Woodlice
themselves.
cut
in
with
fill them
that
so
pans,
55
ORCHIDS.
INFEST
by
sponges
or
some
down,
pans.
bage
Cabwhich
56
COOL
SELECT
ORCHID
DESCRIPTIVE
GROWING.
LIST
OF
COOL
OKCHIDS.*
Acineta.
THIS
is
Central
a
small
of
genus
America.
Pseudo-bulbs
hen's
large as
below
depend
this section
should
A. Barkeri
(Mexico, 183 7)
to
bearing fifteen
A. densa.
above
;
lemon
"
A
flowers
from
speciesof
all the
and
Peristeria
robust
This
July.
colour.
bulbs, drooping,
yellow
dark
son,
crim-
several
times
and
specieshas
Barkeri.
growing species,in
sub-globose and
yellow, dotted
fresh green
of the
colour
;
a
three
about
long, bearing
the base
thirtyflowers
to
racemes,
speciesinhabits shady valleys.
leaves,two feet long,and of
scented; May
figuredas
This
inches
seven
Scapes stout, produced
been
"
.
lanceolate
flowers
;
be grown.
Pseudo-bulbs, five
broad
baskets, in which
the
angular
eggs,
bearing two to four broad lanceolate, ribbed leaves
sub-globose, fleshy,arranged on stout, pendulous
which
from
robust, sub -terrestrial Orchids
with
of
a
also
;
similar
consistence
waxy
brown
habit
known
;
as
to the
colour
Acineta
Warscewiczii.
A.
Humboldti
flowers
two
is
are
feet
(Columbia, 1842).
"
speedilyfade.
long ;
it has
occasionallyknown
figuredas
Acineta
as
large-growing plants, and
house, together with
Peristeria
affect
a
April ;
scapes
Humboldti, and
All the
preceding
shady positionin
copious supply
a
and
superba.
its
species,but
fine
in March
It blooms
been
A
of
moisture
the
when
growing.
Ada.
A. aurantiaca
*
warm
Those
end
(New Granada).
species marked
of the
This
"
house.
with
an
asterisk
*
will be
genus
found
is
as
to succeed
yet only
best
in the
LIST
OF
COOL
ORCHIDS.
J3rid.es crispurn.
57
58
COOL
the
represented by
rather
dwarf
grows
at
it bears
from
colour
black
are
of
apex
inches
The
conspicuous
in winter
erect
long
and
allied
to Brassia,
nodding spike,
or
last
flowers
considerable
a
of their
account
on
habitat
elongated petalsare
its
;
it is
flowers, rather
scarlet
an
;
its native
in
nearly
;
orange-
inside.
very
flowers
;
the
to sixteen
with
time, and
twelve
to
towards
twelve
streaked
ten
8,500 feet
collections
our
and
evergreen,
of
elevation
closely set
from
present species in
growing,
an
GROWING.
ORCHID
brilliant
spring.
Aerides.
*A.
high
;
from
leaves
jagged apices ;
about
one
cylindrical,
to two
white, suffused
blooms
about
*a. A.
*A.
in
with
May
or
var.
affine,
variety of
foot
a
long, with
feet
long,
rose,
and
the
lasts
This
superbum.
"
racemes
flowers
numerous
freely with
dotted
June, and
to
one
feet
three
affine(Sylhet,1837)." Stems
about
a
is but
purple
in
month
;
fection.
per-
coloured
deeper
a
being
the last.
This
crispum (India,1840).
"
fine
speciesis rather
formal
habit, its leaves being broad, nearly horizontal,and bluntly
bilobed
at their
long, often
once
somewhat
rhombiform,
suffused
white
with
or
twice
rosy
by
at
with
and
three
feet
leaves,and
flowers
rose
;
to
eighteen inches
large,the lipbeing
the
apex,
and
white,
petals pure
it
deeply
generally blooms
or
very
July.
is
a
robust
varietyof
the
above,
high.
crispum Warneri.
the normal
*A.
bilobed
crispumLindleyanum
growing
*". A.
narrower
;
purple ; sepals and
freelyabout May, June,
often
twelve
branched
shaded
delicately
*a. A.
from
apices; spike
"
handsome
Another
deeper coloured
flowers
variety,having
than
those
borne
form.
Fieldingii(India).
"
This
is
one
of
the finest of
all,and
60
COOL
borne
on
solitary
They
be
must
moisture
Clfwesi.
sepals and
is found
in Columbia
A. Ruckeri
Flowers
brown,
speckled with
same
six thousand
"
cultivation.
Its
tinged
This
the
formation
con-
species
preceding.
either
are
a
deep
lighterbrown
introduced
species was
(1844),and
is
of
one
large, sub-globose flowers
with
;
tawny yellow.
or
A. Olowesi
as
liberally
entire
like the
varietysanguinea, or
beautiful
This
April
feet elevation.
Habit
"
in the
be
globular or nearly so.
Granada, 1845).
nankeen
uniflora.
year
as
and
the
consequently
at five to
(New
March
about
greenish-orange outside,inside they
crimson
A.
is
ripened pseudo-bulbs
golden yellow,lipswhitish
concave,
of the flower
high
growing.
clear
petals are
the
inches
sixteen
to
shady position,and
a
when
Flowers
"
from
growth,
in
grown
supplied with
A.
season's
GROWING.
twelve
produced
are
preceding
HID
from
scapes
(Several of which
of the
OUC
peach,
and
in
the
the
best
in
cately
white, deli-
are
spotted profusely
with
pink
inside.
A. eburnea.
which
A
"
succeeds
and
rare
if treated
beautiful
white-flowered
species,
above.
as
Arpophyllum.
A
small
.'ind Mexico.
collection
A.
One
of A,
of
about
pseudo-bulbs.
densely and
twelve
The
is
feet
flowers
to fourteen
with
They
Granada
New
I have
plants
are
a
beautiful
long, and
deep
inches
form
long.
is in the
seen
peat, one-third
lumps
of fresh
plenty of
plant,the
borne
on
purple
"
leaves
slender
small, but
cylindricalspikes
on
When
well grown,
the
objectsof singularbeauty. They
fibrous
like
are
rosy
symmetrically arranged
freelyin
crocks.
This
two
and
plants flower freely,
grow
from
Turner, Esq.,Narborough-road, Leicester.
"
are
epiphytes
finest
the
giganteum (1839).
of which
from
of evergreen
genus
spersed
turfy loam, freely inter-
charcoal
water
when
and
an
abundance
growing.
of
LIST
COOL
OP
61
ORCHIDS.
Barkeria.
Deciduous
Like
vigorously in
shaded
with
plants
in pans
dipping
flowered
B.
this
three
A
lip white
two
or
lilac,blotched
or
with
daily when
admirably
and
of
Costa
Eica
A
five to
seven
in
It flowers
time
in
with
long, very
its apex
near
;
October, and lasts
o?
slender,
sepalsand
blotch
deep purple
a
"
time
a
very
speciesbut
spike in August
an
erect
in
beauty ; sepals and
purple, having
reddish
It is
A
(Costa Eica).
on
lastinga long
centre.
there
slightly,
a
at its
able
consider-
beauty.
Flowers
or
feet
flowers
September
melanocaulon
lippink
varies
It is
free-flowering species,
two
racemes
;
crimson.
in cultivation.
petalsrosy purple ; lipwhite,
with.
these
grown
times
reddish
Barkerias, and
varieties
three
bearing from
B.
slightly
long ; sepalsand petalsrosy
"
apex.
111
living sphagnum,
succeeded
Lindleyana (Batem. 1840).
native
I have
four
or
suspended
beautiful, slender-growing
feet
two
of the finest of all the
B.
freely.They
glass,and
and
high.
profusely.
"
being
the.
sticks
elegans (Guatemala).
lilac ;
inches
bloom
they
regime they
species; spikes slender,
one
oak
tepid water
Under
growing.
well
Mexico,
or
twelve
lightfabric.
other
filled with
in
six to
beneath
close
tiffanyor
them
America
cool, airy temperature,
a
baskets
small
or
pans
from
Orchids, if grown
all other
grow
Central
pseudo-bulbs
slender
having
from
epiphytes,
desirable
and
September,
petals
blotch
a
rarely met
species,and
of
rosy
green
lilac ;
in
the
well treated
grows
like its congeners.
B. SJcinneri
and
from
is valuable
the
(Guatemala).
"
as
apices of
a
winter
the
This
If
kept dry
a
very
vigorous species,
blooming plant. Spikes produced
ripened growth
long, often branched, forming
blossoms.
is
a
it lasts from
dense
from
six to nine
of
mass
eightto
ten
inches
deep purple
weeks.
62
ORCHID
COOL
B. Skinneri
a.
This is
pi.38).
at
above, flowering
superba(seeWarner's
var.
fine,richly-coloured
varietyof the
"
the
a
same
time,
(Guatemala, 1843)." This
spectabilis
B.
is
fine, large-
a
the individual
flowered,summer-flowering species,
inches
fullytwo
a
across
lilac colour
rosy
purple, and
rosy
plants
of
in
and
May
;
dotted
July,and
spotted with
or
of many
this,as
being
sepals and petalsoblong, acuminate,
lipwhite, margined
;
flowers
other
with
lilac
deep
crimson
;
of
or
imported
Orchids, vary greatly; blooms
lasts from
eight
weeks
to ten
in
beauty.
to the drawingprecedingspeciesmay be removed
in flower, and, if protected by a large glass-shade
when
will form
objects of: beauty, the enjoyment of
bell-glass,
and
This
room
or
which
the
need
be marred
not
by
of
welfare, if the temperature
to their ultimate
anxiety as
any
the
is
apartment
kept
above
freezing-point.
Calanthe.
A
of beautiful
genus
trifolia will grow
in
vigorouslyand
(East Indies,1819).
veratrifoUa
"
length,plaited,with
colour
scapes
;
the
from
sepalsand
labellum
bruised
when
the
;
;
to three
two
the
flowers
of
blue
turn
a
a
warm
more
or
fresh
green
high,freelyproduced
white, except the
pure
six to
bloomed, is
feet
and
feet
two
on
golden papillae
the
it lasts from
well
freely in
Leaves
margins,
wavy
well-grownplants; flowers
of
flower
vera-
of the cool house.
compartment
*C.
plants,mostly tropical
; stillC.
the
tips
green
disc
on
of
the
eventually black if
eightweeks in perfection,and,
and
plant; May and July,
beautiful
Cattleya.
This
is
Orchids,
six to
one
some
eight
of the
of the
inches
most
showy
genera
speciesbearing
across,
and
most
we
handsome
have
amongst
flowers, from
beautifullytinted
with
LIST
crimson, purple,and
into each
delicatelyshaded
while
others
surpriseus by
of pure,
glowing
of white
grounds,
fibrous
colour
peat and
moist
but
some
few
Walkeriana
blocks
best in
living sphagnum
the
cool
small-growing species,as
C,
C.
the
borne
good size,and
five inches
or
of
in
grown
of
across,
either be grown
a
on
and
one
block
with
February and
March
;
it in
habit
covered
largeas pigeons' eggs,
Two
and
a
to
bout
uniform
bright
The
lastingabout
on
a
when
*0.
one
solitaryfrom
Flowers
day
three
being
Its
with
a
broad, of
inch
latest
the
month
block, and
are
in
Moss
beauty.
in
in
lumps
glass ;
beauty
k
handsome
other
and
Cattleyathat
pseudo-bulbs
from
a
are
when
inches
pale glaucous
colour,
of
a
and
of
a
deliciously
perfumed.
most
consistence,
waxy
It should
tepid
as
six to ten
developed bulbs,
and
stout
dipped
should
silverymembrane
leaves
;
the
a
and
four
It
near
very
no
lemon-yellow colour,
flowers
a
leaved
a
in
of
are
are
five weeks
is
colour.
or
;
On
growths
two
lilac colour.
and
This
"
a
light.
its flowers
;
suspended
strikingly
unique species,there
long
both
lastingfour
(Mexico, 1838).
*(7, citrina
young,
the
little livingsphagnum
a
charcoal, well drained, and
approaches
best
do
shallow pan, in fibrous peat, sphagnum, and
a
in
Aclandiee, C,
together ; they
two
fresh
good
temperature
near
making
bright rosy
a
in
purest
species,
rarelyexceeding
of
habit
a
the
marginata,
suspended
flowers from
often
and
season,
it has
height;
masses
all luxuriate
moderately
a
small, shallow pans
in
pots
they
;
*(7. 'bulbosa (Brazil,1846)." A dwarf
six inches
with
boldly contrasted
Cattleyas grow
softness,
in which
manner
(bulbosa),C. citrina,and
in
or
the lavish
airyatmosphere, and
of
indescribable
with
other
are
these colours
specieshave
Some
gold.
63
ORCHIDS,
COOL
or
be
water
grown
once
or
wards,
downtwice
a
growing.
crispa(Rio Janeiro, 1826)." Also
as
Laslia
crispa, It
is
a
grand
known
in
old Orchid-"
some
one
lections
colof the
64
useful,and
most
twelve
from
to
easy
very
leaved
high, one
clavate,
-bulbs
Pseudo
grow.
inches
fourteen
to
GROWING.
ORCHID
COOL
well
when
;
producing strong spikes,each bearing from five to nine
delicate flowers.
Sepals and petals white, or white suffused
grown
margin,
which
Flowers
from
of the
excellent
an
is
above, floweringat the
same
crispa superba.
"
*(7. labiata
(Brazil,1818).
of the
Orchids
one
or
more
finest
of
flowers
"
of crimson
Orchids
the
generallylasts
The
of
the
pallida.
"
labiata."
collections
to succeed
so
effective in
*C. marginata
for
growing
on
a
in
block.
bright crimson
hence
the
the
under
goes
variety of
is not
autumn
a
this
dense
of
a
mass
flowering
for the
often varied
flowering is
have
delicate
glowing
exhibitors
to
The
name.
finest winter-
plants
received.
variety is
It
of
the
"
useful, and
distinct
very
shining,and
leaves, very
name
is
It
varieties,
many
across,
one
This
it
summer-flowering
may
added
be
to
.
type in flowering,though it
the normal
general appearance.
(Brazil,1843).
"
small
Mowers
purple
name.
specific
under
is
perfection.
habit, having light green
generally
good
a
useful
very
season
in
var.
but
of the
one
treatment
month
a
*a. C. labiata,
in
July
Cattleyalabiata
old
real
lips being
It is
early spring shows.
to
the
to
variety
deeply-coloured
fine
six inches
or
is also
and
grown,
five
are
purple.
according
for
plant
cultivated
of the
lilac,the apex
rosy
two
time.
grown,
beautiful,are
labiata"
a
The
"
less
flowers.
lasting from
across,
This
C.
the
to
well grown.
when
exhibitions
%.
makes
finish
crisp
generallyflowering about
perfection,and
This
white
narrow
a
beautiful
most
a
four to five inches
August.
or
gives
in
four weeks
velvet, with
crimson
lip
lilac ;
with
pan,
little plant suitable
dwarf
previouslyadvised, or
as
from
A
three
colour.
It is
to
four
Lip with
a
inches
for
across,
clear white
perfumed.
delicately
placing
of
a
margin,
Flowering
LIST
about
September
OF
COOL
65
ORCHIDS.
October, it lasts
or
fortnight
a
or
three
weeks.
*(7. MossioB
sheet
(Venezuela,La Guayra,1836).
"
of Orchid
anchor
of
the introduction
so, for its
beauty
or
growers,
rather
This
was
speciesis the
previous
to
Odontoglossum Alexandras, and deservedly
will bear
comparison
with
that
of any
other
Cattleya Mossise.
plant
in the
plant
is that
alike.
On
vegetableworld.
there
this
scarcely two
are
point
The
the
Gardeners9
great charm
varieties
Chronicle
about
to
be
of June
this
found
llth
1864, in speaking of the protean characteristics of this species,
as
illustrated
in the
magnificentcollection
of named
varieties
66
COOL
R.
grown
by
a
of two
mass
feet across,
his
he
each
the
collection
will
best
he
his
C. Mossiae
are
of
petalsbeing
delicate
a
richlycoloured
blotching
varieties
superba.
"
picta.
*(7. Skinneri
Its
being
on
a
about
shades
like
of
all
a
of
good
a
sepalsand
the
lip
most
gorgeous
The
principal
TrianicB.
upon
A
it is
Esq.,
plant
is also
easily grown,
them
and
oblong
two
from
pur
four
pie,the lip
plant for
the
and
easily grown
of Leicester, exhibited
in
London
of
known
distinct
very
first-class
a
has also been
with
white, lip rosy-lilac
months, makes
is
species in
this
it.
a
Flowers
crimson-
bright
as
1866,
twenty and
C.
Mossiae
very
C.
much
one
thirty
in
grown
admired.
Warscewiczii, and
Mossiae, it sports freely into
less distinct varieties
or
is
long.
This
allies,C. labiata and
more
This
blossom, having between
This
"
inches
A. Turner,
of
speciosissima.
pseudo-bulbs bear
clear
gentleman's collection
several
pure
of flowers
its
which
rosea.
"
exhibitions, as
plant
gloriousmass
*C.
velvet.
C.
e.
darker.
freely.
remarkable
that
those
the
the
in
forms
flesh tint,while
d. C. Mossiae
three
summer
very
spikes
out
across,
or
crimson
smooth
spike,of
a
and
flowers
be
not
many
flowers
inches
"
clavate
several
spring
it will
how
seeking
(Guatemala, 1836).
leatheryleaves
to nine
of
"
C.
plant.
mind
his
lilac
auraiitiaca.
6. O.
c.
rosy
flowers.
"
C. Mossiae
a.
eight
was
place Cattleya Mossise
to
and
golden-yellow,
with
veining
and
are
six to
"
remarkably
most
are
individual
The
its noble
in future
about
set
fancy."
some
up
specimens,
thirtyof
that
so
make
then
from
bore
of Orchids
must
admit, and
suit
is
other,
lover
;
and
of the
one
alike,and
plants are
distinct from
for
GROWING.
Warner, Esq., says
Scarcelytwo
enough
ORCHID
a
blooming
;
sepalsand petalsnearly
yellow
as
doubly valuable.
"
they
throat."
do
in
They
the
are
winter
68
ORCHID
COOL
if two
three
or
moderate
of each
only
are
produce
treatment,
they will, with
grown,
even
beautiful
of their
succession
a
expensive,and
are
round.
all the year
flowers
mentioned
Cattleyasherein
of the
None
GROWING.
Ccelogyne.
We
have
only
species in
one
excepting,of course,
Pleione group.
Many of
of the
to cool treatment
freely,or
them
;
sufficient
in
A
(1837).
"
India, Sylhet,and
from
5,000
the
Ccelogynes
when
plump
three
to
of the
well
their
bers
mem-
are
able
amen-
flowers
in
justifyus
to
so
including
inches
bright orange
its
in
month
flowers
its snowy
Fern
house
forms
the
recherche
This
has
of
rows
twenty
is
old
an
for the winter
grown
drawing-room.
neatlyarranged
most
a
or
from
bear
beauty.
two
on
a
flowers
drooping
a
lip,which
disc,and
specimens
glossy green
long ;
on
colour, except the
of the finest of Orchids
either the Orchid
seven
large or
as
dark
inches
at
colour, and quite
green
bearing two
five to
on
frequentlyfound
Pseudo-bulbs
six to twelve
yellow
a
it is
glossy
a
each
across,
Well-grown
spikes,and last
of
eggs,
grown,
purest white
teeth.
glorious winter-floweringplant from
where
ISTepaul,
from
leaves
lanceolate
one
produce
8,000 feet altitude.
to
largerthan pigeons'
of
delightfullittle
not
abundance,
including in
here.
C. cristata
two
do
but
worth
the
select list"
our
N.
this genus
frond
A
from
scape
;
blotch
a
pectinate
ninety
to
plant,but
decoration
of
singlespike of
of Maiden-hair
head-dress.
Colax.
C.jugosus.
"
which
we
first saw
Pseudo-bulbs
worth.
leaved
This
"
leaves
is
a
in Mr.
rare
and
strikinglyhandsome
S. Eucker's
from
two
species,
choice collection at Wands-
to three
broad, lanceolate,from
inches
high, ovoid
six to nine
inches
; two-
long
;
LIST
flowers
inch
one
and
OF
COOL
half
a
69
ORCHIDS.
from
across,
inch
long and
erect
spike ; sepalsabout
pure
white; petals white, heavily blotched
panduriform, streaked,
white, with
column
The
vivid
rich
purple
of
known
Brazil,and
blotched
few
purple
the
is very
blotches
Also
and
between
contrast
beauty.
a
one
Maxillaria
vigorously in
grows
white
pure
bluish
in
It is
the intermediate
front.
and
long
a
Jug^osa,"
broad,
purple ;
segments
It lasts
an
purple; lip
yellow
;
on
inch
an
with
streaks
pleasing.
"
as
half
dark
with
four
to
two
the
time
in
native
a
house.
Cymbidium.
This
is
comparatively a large
with
of terrestrial
genus
in
cultivation.
still,
they
are
freelyin
compost of fresh fibrous peat and
and
a
rarelymet
of
lumps
intermixed.
charcoal
thoroughly well drained, and
when
green, from
sixteen
50" in
be
must
pots
plants like plenty of
of
are
a
the
moderate
moisture
;
worth
Flowers
as
This
much
C. Hookerianum.
as
"
a
from
is
from
When
across.
distinguished by
the
A fine
a
weeks
in
;
some
suffused
with
down
the
truly distinct
five to ten
in
and
noble
largegreen
lip; individual
not
beauty.
species,
flowers,with
blooms
from
three
flower,this plant is easily
pale yellowish green
plant of
scapes
and specimen plants of
species,
fiftyto one hundred
guineas each"
stripedwith
foliage,
being distinctly
margins.
erect
fine
paleyellow-crimsonblotched
inches
descend
generally,though
or
;
not
velvety,golden ridge
a
is
This
bearing great spikesof
to four
colour
springlast fullysix
in the
together,on
two
petals slightly spotted
lipswith
of the disc.
centre
inch broad
an
temperature that does
purest white
their
long, half
eighteeninches
to
winter; flowers borne
soft flesh colour
a
sand
"
varieties have
it are
crocks, with
(China, E. Bengal). Foliage distichous,pale
freelyin
grows
they
all grow
They
The
;
growing.
*(7. eburneum
below
the
Orchids
dark
this flowered
petioles of
green,
in the
and
rare
having
collection
its
red
of
70
COOL
G.
Davis, Esq., Colston
Sikkim
temperature,
*G. Master
plentifully
supplied with
sii
erect
scape
shaded
with
almonds
;
flowers
the labellum
;
of this
the
freelywith
grows
the
during
winter
Indies). Flowers
E.
"
treatment
months,
lasts
of
curious
like
C.eburneum
as
and
an
less suffused
or
delicatelyperfumed,
;
same
of
the apex
near
speciesis more
delicate flesh colour
moderate
a
moisture.
of the
native
(l"41,a
of the
native
a
vigorously in
grows
white, five and eight together,from
snowy
or
if
It is
Basset, Notts.
and
Himalayas,
GROWING.
OKCHID
;
five to six
from
weeks.
Cypripedium.
A
large and
interesting genus
speciesof
plants,the
of North
temperate woods
and
moisture
of the
peculiar,from
hence
their
"
plants will
descend
compost of fresh
in
fibrous
then
the
give
meet
a
vigorously in
a
beautiful
pans
should
growing
thrips.
are
Most
well
them
as
in
those
of
them,
cultivation.
at
and
the
become
tained
con-
good
dry, even
be
used
be grown
purposes.
neglected,but
been
hope
of
in
summer
may
for exhibition
Many
house
drained, and
speciesmay
and
portion
pro-
is
there
through
syringe
of the
has
cool
well
to
the
adapted
half-hardysection
or
all
allowed
be
large
cow-dung,
be
71),
p.
admirably
fibre
more
dried
never
and
will succeed
the
"
are
Cypripediums
in the winter.
freelywatered
popular synopsis
with
houses.
or
flowers
The
A
well
"
when
down
large flat pans,
hardy
be
must
rest, and
at
freelyto keep
The
pots
plants may
They
when
in
better
it the
other.
the
the heat
to
Lady's Slippers."
45"
loam
hand
one
lip (see
slipper-shaped
grow
below
turfy
peat. The
months.
as
the
a
name,
on
decidedlyterrestrial plants,and
are
a
America
having
common
not
widely distributed,from
are
tropics on
their
of these
that does
which
beautiful
and
long
ere
them
present in cultivation in
we
to
are
quite
our
plant
LIST
OF
Cypripedium
COOL
ORCHIDS.
barbatum
Veitchii.
72
COOL
barbatum
*C.
ORCHID
Leaves
from
variegated.
Flowers
from
purple
a
colour
"
five to six inches
and
two
mixed
with
nearly white, stripedwith
the
green,
Lasts
January
*0. barbatum
a.
"
nigrum.
the
distinguishedby
colour
purple
*C.
c.
but
added
in
of the
barbatum
with
nurseries
the
select
named
*(7. caudatum
C.
This
all the
Cypripediums,and
Leaves
from
and
rosy
after
twelve
of
length
grows
vigorously in
pot should
into which
the
some
growers
the dark
and
the
It is
well
inches
compost above
be covered
roseum.
be found
"
This
is considered
a
killed
of
cool
by being
the
of
finest
temperature.
green.
large yellow
gradually
gate
elon-
ultimatelyreach
the
which
inches.
This
recommended,
plant
and
the
livingsphagnum,
freely.
deeper coloured, and
a
better
with
met
long, bright
to root
is
a
fresh
with
be
should
Often
to three
two
thirty
or
one
in
expands, and
plants will
large as Dayi,
long-tailedspecies
often
is
grows
twenty
top of the
C. caudatum
variety,
grandiflorum.
C.
or
curious
a
long,bearing
flower-bud
great
a.
is
as
July.
purple flowers,the petals of
the
distinct
grand variety,and
a
fourteen
to
feet
flowers
has
high temperature.
to two
margins.
variety.
of the flowers
Peru, and
in
one
varietythan
the
by
normal
type.
'*G. Fairieanum
;
to June.
and
good
superbiens
"
of
This
"
It is
coddled
Scape
the base
their upper
handsome
collections.
(1848).
highlands
a
Another
"
across,
lip.
Veitchii.
most
large and
superior size
spotted petals,
to the
from
A
Dayi.
b. *C. barbatum
from
blooms
and
sepal being
towards
purple,greenish
a
summer
long, green
dorsal
along
weeks, and
at
half to three inches
a
petalshaving shining hairy warts
six
with
met
is
This
Ophir, 1838).
commonly
very
exhibitions.
of
Mount
(Malacca,
plant,and
well-known
GROWTHS.
(Assam).
"
This
is
a
rare
and
very
distinct
LIST
OF
COOL
Cypripedium.
ORCHIDS.
caudaium.
73
74*
COOL
leaves
plant ;
from
glaucous, and
erect
on
large
six to
hairy,of
with
*C.
long
about
with
heat
to
temperature
of the East
brown
coloured
scapes
is
brown.
waxy
a.
This
flowers
C.
is
a
house
green
the
coloured
a
fusion
pro-
spring, and
the
showy
as
of its
some
impunity
pit,
a
; leaves
the
foot
a
or
chocolate-
solitary on
the
at
profuselyspotted
with
winter-flowering plant,its
eight weeks.
is
much
it is
it will bear
sepal large,white
old
fine
a
it differs in its
flowers, with
introduced
well in
grow
freezing,or
base, and
This
earliest
it will
as
dorsal
six to
"
the
flowers
splendid
lastingfrom
which
shaded
free-floweringqualities;
with
;
high ;
insigne Maulei.
type, from
in
in
solitaryor
petals green,
so
;
foot
a
lipgreenish,with
of
above
kept
towards
green
;
have
about
green,
blooms
One
temperature,
foot
somewhat
growing.
Indian
a
:
it is not
;
culated
reti-
six weeks.
or
across,
sepals and
generally
;
long ; bright
more
apex
;
of the best for
particularas
month
inches
to six
with
is worth
one
colour, stripedand
a
is
sepal
prettiestspecieswe
lasts
insigne (Nepaul, 1821)."
if the
or
dots
but
species,and
not
four
solitary
the dorsal
;
"
four to six weeks
congeners,
borne
colour, curved
same
of the
one
dotted
of brown
G.
petals
;
hairy scapes
purple,and
high
somewhat
long ;
(Java, 1857). Leaves
from
erect
lasts from
inches
inches
September, and
flowers
pairs,on
nine
it is
;
hirsutissimum
;
five
to
greenish white
a
purple
like the letter S
flowers
three
GROWING.
spreading horizontally
; flowers
scapes,
and
ORCHID
varietyof
the
having largerand
more
white
normal
brighter
the dorsal
on
sepal
standard.
*C. Lowii.
on
Sarawak,
leaves
from
from
two
"
high
trees
it does
twelve
to
four
phytal
strong-growing species is epi-
this
Although
in
the
remarkably
to sixteen
feet
dense
well
inches
long,
two
jungles
under
cool
long, dark
to
and
of Borneo
treatment
green
five flowered
;
scapes
;
colour
;
76
COOL
ORCHID
GROWING.
yellowish green
and
purple, spottedwith
April -and May,
and
lasts from
plants of Cypripedium
Lowii
eight to
be
may
John
Eussell, Esq.,Mayfield, near
there
are
Mr.
by
grown
brown
in
Some
weeks.
ten
fine
in the collection
seen
Falkirk, N.B.
Sorley,and
flowers
;
The
of
plants
in the finest health
are
and
vigour.
G. ScJilimmii.
from
the
of
long
bo
;
at
bright
a
flowers borne
eight,only
of from
erect
on
to three
two
swollen, white, with
A
front.
fine
of E.
leaves
plant of
this
this
inches
broad, the
be found
Lancashire.
them
lip
;
in
blotch
in the
tion
collec-
I measured
sixteen
plant being in
six
sepals
;
rose
purple
rosy
speciesmay
found
plant,and
time
same
spotted with
fine
a
Wrigley, Esq., Bury,
on
two
over
often
inches
of from
number
the
at
it
the leaves
;
sixteen
to
to the
expanded
species
Granada, where
twelve
scapes
greenish white, petals white,
rounded,
New
little
4,000 to 5,000 feet
colour, from
green
distinct
of
resources
altitude
an
pretty and
very
inexhaustible
flourishes
are
A
"
long, and
inches
the
the
best
possible
health.
G. venustum.
from
and
of
one
long
G.
than
purple
;
the hardiest
time
a.
Another
in 1816
Nepaul
green
"
A
"
during
two
broader
are
with
This
green.
the winter
is
lasts
a
months
.
vigorous varietyhaving larger flowers
often
and
lines,petals
green
class,except C. insigne,and
blooms
;
leaves
with
lipsbronzy, veined
pardinum.
the
variegated species,introduced
sepals white,
of its
in flower
venustum,
scape;
:
old
and
and
three
the
together
blotches
not
on
one
so
well
defined.
*C. villosum.
Mountains
base
brown
behind
"
A fine
leaves
;
;
flowers
colour,
speciesfrom
green,
from
shining as
spotted
Moulmein
With
purple
four to five inches
if varnished.
flowerer, blooming in the spring and
or
It is
the
towards
across,
a
Tonghoo
of
a
the
bright
remarkably
lasting for
five
or
free
six
LIST
OE
COOL
ORCHIDS.
Cypripedium
villosum.
77
78
ORCHID
COOL
When
weeks.
well
GROWING.
it makes
grown,
exhibition
fine
a
plant,
twenty -five to fiftyflowers.
bearing from
Dendrobium.
A
lovely
and
grown,
nobile
is
of the best
to
a
to the
flowering freely.
equatorialregions, and
house; but
and flowered
along
with
of the
many
places
the
end
warm
as
This
is
conducive
Dendrobes
from
are
of the
heat
in
their
to
East
Indian
list may
our
of the cool Orchid
the
be
house,
Cattleyas,
Cypripediums,Trichopilias,
Dendrobium
Miltonias.
in all
in the
and
growth,
airy atmosphere.
an
species mentioned
all those
grown
in
require
like
their full size,they should
majority of
The
have, and
Dendrobes,
luxuriant
tissues, and
their
ripens
treatment
and
sun
D.
otherwise, require to be
or
pseudo-bulbs attain
or
gradually exposed
dozen
Orchids
vigorous
make
bloomers.
speciesare
free-flowering
moderately cool temperature.
to
their stems
profuse
very
of the
most
plants, whether
encouraged
and
are
Orchids, easily
terrestrial
winter-floweringplants we
noticingthat
amenable
be
of them
some
one
it is worth
all other
epiphytaland
of
genus
nobile
choice
where
should
flowers
be grown
by
the
required during
are
winter.
*D.
of
clirysanthum (1828.)
"
flowers
India, and
which
are
often clothed
are
produced.
the
drooping
The
stems
globose in form,
two
blotches
about
is
a
July
of
fresh green
with
a
thick
September,
ripened pseudo-bulbs,
when
foliage
lasts two
grows
heterocarpum (Ceylon).
plant,producing paleyellow
to
"
on
seven
in the centre
and
native
a
;
the flowers
each side of
they
are
sub-
consistence, and the lip has
waxy
crimson
is
species
develope themselves
in fascicles of three
vigorous speciesand
*D.
old
its
freely on
flowers
of rich
to
This
flowers
generallyflowers
to three
well in
A
;
a
a
This
moderate
ture.
tempera-
winter
blooming
fragrant
with
weeks.
brownish
hairy lip,
LIST
twelve
stems
finger.
plant is
old one,
but not
in
and
beauty
the D.
with
identical
of
generallyknown
it is
internodes
high, flat,fluted,the
in the
produced
same
of
smaller, and
a
more
from
China
*a. D.
and
largerand deeper
eight
or
seven
and
Ferns
in
a.
best
year,
themselves
6.
These
nobile
a
feet
The
flowers
are
are
of
little
a
best
the
to D.
weeks.
a
nobile.
Introduced
strong growing variety
winter-floweringOrchid
the
being
by encouraging
formation
borne
deep
two
in flower
had
be
them
for
invaluable
are
Flowers
lilac,and
with
purple,with
D.
in
decorations.
shaded
colour
to two
flowers.
The
of the
the stems, each bloom
with
is
quantity may
exotics
other
dinner-table
up
"
months
flowers
The
house.
one
one
growth, and retardingothers, by keeping
their
under
nurserymen
It is
on
but
Linawianum,
nobile, but
to three
This
coloured
1836).
if grown
have, and
It is
in 1824.
"
(Macao
time
ladies.
good companion
a
moniliformemajus.
D. nobile,
we
Japan
of
authority
Bulbs
D.
in
lastingtwo
in December,
and
colour.
rosy
D.
contracted.
as
way
winter-floweringspecies and
Flowers
plant is
it here.
employ
ought
long
a
the
best
our
gardeners
to
the above, it is best to
with
to
of this
name
proper
it
Lindley.
"
Orchids, the
This
crops
last
with
the
as
house.
enormous
flowers
The
monilifoTme- According
*D.
and
favourites
aureum
thick
as
frequentlyas
so
culture
always
are
and
intermediate
an
flowers.
deliciouslyperformed
high,
with
met
be, consideringits easy
to
as
inches
freely in
very
70
ORCHIDS.
COOL
eighteen
to
It grows
an
OF
two
inches
of
or
in
in
some
a
cooler
mixing
bouquets
three
across,
of
for
with
and
together
a
white
tipped with purple. Lips tipped
crimson
blotch
on
the disc.
pendulum
Wallichianum.
"
are
two
the distinctions
of the
are
but
best defined
slight.
varieties of
"
nobile," but
80
COOL
*D.
to
South
speciosum (New
large size, and
a
flower,I have
four
thick
colour
always
thick
long,as
from
from
white
colour.
called
the
winter
or
"
longer and
A
"
Flowers
the
peat and
been
above
growing,
the
from
which
by sifting. To
Exposure
to
plants
the
habitat.
a
.
creamy-
is
commonly
It
flowers
it in
in
having
also
are
flower-spikes
profuselyand
in
makes
excellent
an
should
will
sun
of fresh
compost
a
small
the
add
this
-dung
;
sand
coarse
receive
either will
if
beneficial
be
and
a
few
do, though the
of
abundance
an
fibrous
particleshave
pot is well drained.
that the
preferable.See
are
of
This
the
best
grow
dry horse-droppingsor dry cow
former
or
well grown.
dry turfy loam,
removed
lor^g,one
last;but differs from
very
to
weeks.
bulbs, and
slender
three
well-ripened bulbs
brown.
its native
of the
plant when
exhibition
in
of the
inches
dark-green
a
consistence,and
with
liberally
fourteen
to
eighteen inches
to
lasts three
form
more
longer.
Both
Lily
spring,and
*D. Hillii.
much
Eock
"
when
apices, of
their
waxy
dotted
Lip
twelve
the apex
a
well
bloom
difficult to
base, bearing from
the
at
twelve
small, of
rather
Flowers
it to
at
considered
some
large,from
are
being produced
two
"
leathery leaves
spikes
;
Wales, 1824). -A plant attaining
found
the wrist
as
GROWING.
though by
Its bulbs
treated.
ORCHID
air
is
When
water.
freely
admitted.
transparens (1849). This
*D.
dwarfed
a
flowers
Flowers
with
D.
it is
in
with
like
impunity.
D.
and
to
one
pink, lipwith
April or May,
treated
slender,two
nobile,pseudo -bulbs
from
semi-transparent,
shaded
white
when
species
comes
epiphytal on
Altitude, 5,000 to 6,000 feet. In habit and flowers it looks
trees.
like
little
India, where
the cool hills of Northern
from
pretty
"
a
one
a
bears
It grows
a
high
;
half inch across,
purple blotch
lasts well.
nobile, and
and
feet
cool
in the centre.
very
freely
temperature
1. LISA
2. Pollen
GRANDIFLORA.
masses.
3.
Stigmatic
surface
82
COOL
"
feet
three
to
scarlet,and
rose,
high,two
gold.
handsomest
Orchids
cool
Orchids."
of
"
its
growth
a
and
two
and
Heat
Flowers
this
grown
is
dry atmosphere
a
in
It blooms
light
of the
one
be in every
collection
fatal to
are
July and August, lasting
feet
the
to
high
flowers
;
deepest
from
erect,
to four
two
varieties
blotched
rose,
variety.
flower-stems
of different
the flowers
In colour
white
finer coloured
a
Foliage dark-green.;
"
three
to
across.
pure
well
have, and should
we
beauty.
macrantha.
from
"When
grandiflora
superbais
D.
D.
five flowered.
to
from
time.
long
a.
Stems
cjrandi
flora. Foliage dark-green,shining.
D.
two
GROWING.
ORCHID
inches
vary
from
spotted with
or
crimson.
Epidendrum.
This
is a very
of which
bear
species are
*E.
They
pan
and
petals dark
purple in
or
a
on
light.
Lip
with
as
*b. E-
atropurpureum
roseuni,
growing
rose
pseudo-bulbs
long
in
and
very
purple,the apices
or
a
dark
well either in
blotch
a
of
shallow
near
perfection May,
"
the
June.
E. macrochilum.
album
it is found
conical
inches
twelve
months
atropurpureum
aurantidcum.
or
It grows
*a. E.
*E.
are
free-floweringand
livingsphagnum, suspended
to three
It lasts two
A
coloured, with
rose
its centre.
block
It is also known
roundish
six to
greenish,incurved.
some
of them
majority
"
Its
most
epiplytes,
part of easy culture.
most
Leaves
leathery. Sepals
crimson
the
(Mexico, 1836).
species.
two-leaved.
are
and
for the
are
American
dingy yellow flowers, still
or
handsome,
atropnrpuTcum
showy
very
dirty white
very
fragrant.
of South
large genus
A
"
on
native
recks
is
a
has
coloured variety.
lighta
of Mexico
in
deep
and
exposed
rosy
purple lip.
Guatemala, where
localities.
In
habit
LIST
it resembles
in
ten
to
scarlet
orange
E. Frederici
Peruvian
Gulielmi.
broad, dark
inch
an
disc
a
It flowers
in
green
;
and
rare
the
six to
It is
is
habit,a native
of
elevated localities.
inches
extremity
specimen
of
Stems
of the
this at
flowered in October
*E. nemorale.
a
has
It
often been
a
three
on
;
sepalsand
lilac colour
rosy
July,lastinga
*E.
to four feet
a
;
Hall,
November,
lanceolate
in 1840.
high, two-leaved
paniclesat
was
a
fine
which
individual
E.
verrucosum.
from
Pseudo-bulbs
flowers
;
petals lanceolate,
the
freelyproduced
flowers
of
three
delicate
a
lip striped with violet
;
inches
or
mauve
about
flowers
month.
"
resembling
bright, shining
green
those
;
Orchid, which
rare
erroneously called
Mexico
as
1872.
beautiful,though
a
in
thick
high, as
Manchester,
near
tinct
dis-
very
it is found
There
prismatocarpum (Central America).
shape somewhat
of
and
large,drooping panicles;
across
and
blooming speciesand
flower-stems.
Manley
from
to five inches
colour.
of the column
apex
free
crimson
deep
a
Orchid,
free-flowering
three
figured and
introduced
was
to
panicle terminal, sepals and
Guatemala, where
slender
This is
"
Linden.
long, one
Foliage distichous, linear-oblongor
stem.
beautiful
very
flowers,small, of the brightest rosy lilac in dense
the
in.
beauty. There
energetic M.
eight
colour,the
in
This
"
pipe
six weeks
of the
well grown.
myriantJmm.
in
a
is
by
white.
being pure
effective when
E.
of the
spike, and
showy.
long,lanceolate,of
Lips trilobed,crimson
very
or
This
"
erect, leafy. Leaves
petalsabout
the
month
species introduced
inches
two
short
a
the apex
distinct varieties of it in cultivation.
two
Stems
on
from
colour, very
April and May, lastinga
are
Flowers
cluster
a
83
ORCHIDS.
Cattleya Skinneri.
bulbs, five
brightest
COOL
OP
of the
colour,
two
Pseudo-bulbs
cochleatum,
old E.
-leaved
in
;
spikes terG
2
84
COOL
ORCHID
minal, erect, bearing 'from
flowers
inch
an
and
vltellinum
of crimson
month
in
the
whole
this
and
across,
and
freely in peat
suspended
exhibition
compact
producing
from
flowers, which
a.
varieties.
fine
is
majus
has
It is
is
The
of
two
foliageof
it grows
;
and
pan,
splendidand
a
good specimens
grown,
of
scarlet
glowing
six weeks.
or
distinct
the collection of F. B.
exhibited
been
flowers
shallow
a
month
a
bear
of its most
one
plant of it,in
Esq., of Blackburn,
in
thirty spikes
at least
good
in June
profusion
spike.
house.
well
and
species
Cattleya citrina
cool
a
to
twenty
last
A
lightin
flowers
bearing a
placed
colour,
pink,
showy
erect
of
like that
with
varieties
an
plant when
vitelUnum
E.
on
sphagnum,
the
near
white
beauty.
This
"
; some
ten to fifteen
plant is glaucous,
in
individual
;
creamy
purple ;
genus,
bright orange-scarletflowers
inches
a
six weeks
or
(Mexico, 1840).
of the best
one
of
across,
triangularblotch
a
twenty flowers
to
purple ; lipwhite, tinged
July,lastinga
E.
ten
half
a
dark
spotted with
having
and
GROWING.
with
and
best
Dodgeson,
twenty-fivefine
it.
spikes on
Eriopsis.
This
is
Orchids
habitats
roots
a
small
genus
not
often
met
they
often
moderate
growing
with
found
are
South
of
in
temperature, with
;
they
grow
best
water
sub -terrestrial
in
;
of
margins
the
into
descending
collections
the
on
American
potted
in
fresh
native
their
streams,
they
;
copious supply
a
their
of
require
a
when
water
peat and
living
sphagnum.
*E.
very
'bilo'ba. This
"
distinct
inches,
or
even
in
plant has
habit
more,
been
recently imported, and
;
pseudo -bulbs
from
in
length, conical,
of
five to
a
dark
eight
brown
colour, corrugated like shagreen leather,and bearing from
to three
a
broad
foot to
lanceolate
eighteen inches
leaves
at their
long, curved
apices ;
or
flower-
drooping;
is
two
spike
flowers
LIST
about
across,
shaded
round
their
lasts
freely,and
grows
The
blotches.
brown
gardens
also known
in
at Stevens'
under
the
yellow,
lip three-
;
central
is not
considerable
a
lobe
white,
showy, but distinct,
time
in flower.
It is
Eriopsisrutibulbon, having been
as
that
plant
brown
warm
brown,
lobed, yellow, speckled with
with
petals oblong, dark
with
margins
85
ORCHIDS.
sepals and
inch
an
COOL
OF
sold
name.
Goodyera.
This
is
a
habitats
in northern
which
species,
few
high
or
G. discolor
gardens, but
Several
altitudes.
is the
best.
One
long, 1
2 inches
China, and
well grown
When
gardens.
of
A. native
discolor."
distinct.
the
it is
broad, of
inch
of pure
Hcemaria
G.
is
a
in
grown
repens,
rich dark
a
colour,
stripes more
or
and
contorted.
or
sphagnum,
moisture.
requiring
It is
less
erect
numerous
lemon-yellow
a
in
velvety-green
winter, bearing
flowers,with
with
met
pretty plant. Leaves
very
curiouslytwisted
blotch
This
a
on
plant
cool
perature
tem-
occasionallyknown
as
discolor.
the
This
"
leaves, and
towards
the
abundant
macrantha.
green
long
G. inacrantha
will
The
are
leaves
species with
Japanese
a
tubular
flowers,white
shaded
in
foil-is
luteo-marginatls. This
"
find,if you
ovate, of
lightergreen,
well grown
is
dark-
with
rose
base.
plant,you
with
white
freely in peat
and
a.
in
Flowers
lip,which
grows
are
species,G.
often
having interrupted longitudinal white
spikes
generallyfound
are
in Scotland.
is found
G.
of but
genus
and
peat and
pretty, putting
one
Tariegated Hederas.
a
can
dark
overlook
bold
terriblylong name.
yellow margins.
livingsphagnum
of
pretty
velvety-green colour,reticulated
having
in mind
its
is a very
some
When
Moss, it is extremely
of the best of the
yellow
86
ORCHID
COOL
G. velutlna.
much
very
and
more
than
silverystreak
shaded
white
with
of the last-named
those
leaves
habit
smaller
are
velvety-green,but
dark
same
species,in
the
discolor,but
well-defined
a
Flowers
each.
smaller
G.
of the
numerous,
having
velvety-leaved
handsome
resembling
addition
of
A
"
GROWING.
the
down
centre
salmon, rather
or
rose
in
species.
Helcia.
H.
"
with
met
in
collections.
our
Trichopilias,from
readily distinguished by
ovoid,
inches
two
from
and
four
to
purple
in
as
the
on
slender
it
lip.
of brown
rings
disc.
;
Clmaiidrium,
once
Pseudo-bulbs
Flowers
from
scapes
at
leathery,oblong,
Leaves
long.
the
to
be
may
flat
a
be
rarely to
related
inches
two
inches
to four
three
with
petals pale yellow, marked
rather
or
inches
seven
long; sepals and
blotches
having
is
plant
nearly
which
high, one-leaved.
solitary,on
across,
its
is
It
of
most
old
This
sangidnolenta (Ecuador).
irregular
blotched
lip white,
with
anther-bed, fimbriate,
or
Trichopiliaproper.
Lselia.
This
is
bulbous
the
strikinglyhandsome
a
epiphytes well
Cattleyas,they
known
bear
and
American
Like
gardens.
doubly
are
many
in
great showy
freely in peat, sphagnum,
and
of
genus
valuable
their
flowers.
crocks, in
best
in
L.
autumnalis, L. furfuracea, L. acuminata, and
"
Flor
de
blocks.
L.
near
Laelias
L.
are
"
Maio
other
of
smaller
the
to
to
a
Spaniards,
small-growing
strikingly beautiful.
for the decoration
(1840).
"
L.
kinds,
growing
Cattleya (bulbosa)
useful
acuminata
be
purpurata and
Mexican
Jongheaiia is
species,said
very
;
but
In
Pseudo-bulbs
superbiens,
L.
as
do
albida,
the
grand
best
upon
very
habit
Walkeriana.
of
perature,
tem-
winter-flowering
as
do
pots
grow
moderate
a
The
L.
relatives,
They
plants.
as
largerspecies,
pseudo-
Most
beautiful
it
comes
of
the
apartments.
rather
roundish
in
outline,and flat,bearing
five to six
on
spike,twelve
a
and
petalspure
disc
;
white
individual
plant
is called
account
of
flowers
the
its
Flor
"
purity.
L.
L. alLida
well
on
a
on
slender
and
of
block
"virgin
scape from
half
a
with
streak
a
December
they
to
inches
across.
the
sepals
;
the
on
This
.Guatemalese,
in
on
January
or
perfection.
pretty form
a
cork"
of
the
inches
It
a
clear
white
the
disc.
on
month
borne
blooms
when
greenish
;
grows
Flowers
individual
long ;
across
time
long
Acacia.
feet
becoming
species,
free-flowering
autumnalis.
or
lemon-yellow
a
is a
L.
to two
one
two
of
fresh
remain
blotch
freely in
is
This
they
lip white,
;
Like
five weeks.
or
in
Flowers
for
are
useful
after
being
removed
-bulbs
from
last,its crystallineflowers
the
purple
by
This
January,lastinga
or
a
weeks
beautiful
the
to
expand, afterwards
first
flowers
"
in habit
one
It
(Guatemala, 1838).
similar
a
Jesu"
"
long
from
rosy-violetflowers.
delicate
above, with
de
violacea.
acuininata
inches
to two
one
to three
two
Flowers
eighteen
to
from
leaf.
oblong
lipwhite, with
;
February, lastingfrom
a.
thick
one
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bouquets,
as
the
from
plant.
(Mexico, 1834).
L. anceps
inches
"
flowers
with
a
from
two
;
flowers
a.
four
to
feet
inches
lip,having
leaves
oblong,
long, four
across
a
to
dark
green.
five flowered
colour
rosy
trilobed
crest
;
golden
or
four
perfumed, lasting for
to
abundant
an
six
four
six
;
lilac,
down
weeks
supply of
in December.
L. anceps
6. L. anceps
BarJceriana
Dawsoni.
of the normal
sepals and
on
to four
;
perfection. Strong plants produce
bloom
.
two
velvet
crimson
its centre
in
leaved
long,angular, one
Flower-scape from
Pseudo
its apex.
"
type, from
petals,and
A
rare
a
and
is a richer coloured
This
which
white
is
a
strikinglybeautiful
it differs in
lip,with
desirable
varietybut
a
plant.
having
pure
bright purple
scarce.
variety
white
blotch,
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L. autumnalis
its leaves
lilac
"
are
two
colour,with
rich
a
the best of winter
weeks
in
Manley Hall,
in November
Fetch
Yinery, fully exposed
afforded
by
and
one,
being
some
L.
as
cinnabar
ina
as
as
Leaves
from
on
four
A
inches
orange-scarletflowers,with
it
flowers,which
it
March, lastingsix weeks.
in every
*
L.
bulbs
;
long,
warm
a
up
to
recurved.
high, bearing from
generallydoes
It is easy
base, tapering
crispy lip. The
the whole
freelyabout
very
grow,
house
and
should
be
collection.
elegans.
A
distinct
from
to
two
"
one
two
to three
and
petalswhite,
inches
species,sometimes
*a. L.
species,with tall,fluted,pseudo-
feet
shaded
high
borne
across,
crimson-purple. A
of
to
seem
it,
brilliant -flowered
at the
three
in which
remarkable
a
was
very
eighteen inches
bright orange-colouredflowers
a
quill.
twelve
to five rich
At
slight shade
the
Scape erect, from
to
living
species in
fine
block
a
with
growing.
this
six
to
of
one
deliciously
block
a
rounded
and
is
rosy
twenty-threespikeson
as
"
thick
is most
except
strong goose
a
bright
This
when
plant oil
many
long,
December, lastingabout
have
(Brazil,1836).
species. Pseudo-bulbs,
upwards.
sun,
One
counted
thick
the
to
the Vines.
I have
and
moisture
to
feet
to two
light but
best
used
angular, and
so
one
a
or
Does
of
plenty
Mr.
not
crimson-purplelip.
perfection.
and
sphagnum,
of
blooming Orchids,
Mowers
perfumed.
three
five flowers
like L.
something
and
from
Scapes
to
habit
two-leaved
are
narrower.
from
bearing
In
(Mexico,1836).
its bulbs
but
anceps,
GROWING.
with
two-leaved.
on
stout
a
delicate
erect
Flowers
scape
lilac ;
rosy
strong-growing
very
and
;
from
sepals
lip brilliant
free-flowering
Cattleyaelegans in gardens.
called
elegans TurncriL
;
"
This
is
a
very
richlycoloured
form
elegans.
L.flava.
"
smaller, and
Habit
similar
the leaves
are
to that
of L. cinnabarina, but rather
shorter
and
more
erect.
Scapes
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high, bearing
inches
from
five to
colour
streaked
with
palepurple
pallidflowers
of this
lastingfrom
freely,
also
the disc.
on
speciesare
to four
three
The
weeks
in
;
pallid
or
and
glaucous leaves and
characteristic.
very
This
"
de
Maio," of the Mexican
beautiful
speciesin
It flowers
perfection. (Called
flower
eggs
from
flowers
;
four
silvery lilac, the
with
margined
house, and
cool
suspended
lilac
inches
crimson
be
on
in
round,
in
block
a
and
grown
all the year
sun
best
bright
a
purple,
Should
to the
pigeons'
of
across,
white.
Does
glass.
It is of dwarf
larger than
or
with
; centre
fullyexposed
the
near
five
to
or
of the most
one
speciesdo.
large
as
Flower,"
"May
though, unfortunately,it does
blotched
lip
rosy
;
the other
profusely as
so
is the
Spaniards,and
the genus
habit,having pseudo bulbs
a
flowered
to two
long, lanceolate,white
majalis (Oaxaca, 1838).
Flor
not
leaves
Cattleya Lindleyana.)
L.
"
nine
to
glaucous
narrow,
long ; pedunclesone
inches
six
lilac,pale creamy-yellow, blotched
liprosy
;
thick, but
two
inches
seven
sepalsand petals two
rose
GROWING.
flower; pseudo-bulbs erect, slender, from
in
as
ORCHID
airy
an
situation.
*L.
Perrini
when
(Brazil). A
in
not
pseudo-bulbs,which
from
nine
L.
the
purple.
year,
like C. bulbosa
purple ;
is not
about
a
;
flowers
common
a
sepals and
April and May,
distinct
very
appearance
and
the
very
freelyabout
lilac
petals rosy
rarely two
a
lasts
flat,that
to
petals rosy
blooming twice
species,
plant, though
narrow,
fortnightin beauty.
a
solitary,
very
sepalsand petals lie
giving
Flowers
leaves
and
sepals
;
lastingabout
"
flowers
The
;
distinctly
;
long
prccstans. A beautiful^iwarf
crimson
This
inches
species,easily recognised
purplish-coloured clavate
its
by
furrowed
crimson
November
or
flower
are
twelve
to
purple ; lipdeep
October
well-known
"
very
a
desirable
flower.
the
lip
together.
considerable
is in
;
in
same
Grows
one
;
time.
plane,
freely
LIST
on
flat
a
abundant
in
log,
supply
living sphagnum
when
of moisture
91
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OF
and
moss,
growing.
nearly forgotten
crispilabia.I had
also goes under
free-blooming plant, which
in some
Lawrenceana
gardens. In habit
L.
"
and
cinnabarina
flava, but
L.
five,on
a
time
long
*L.
in
pumila.
flowers
block
it
of L.
name
L.
approaches
from
flowers
inches
sixteen
to
here
three
to
long, lasting a
shallow
a
It has
crimson
purple lip;
This
"
well
grows
on
a
the roof.
identical
is
purple
solitaryrosy
suspended near
pan,
marginata.
pumila
dwarf-growing plant,
another
Cattleya Pinelli.
richlytinted
a
in
or
have
We
"
as
and
twelve
the
purple flowers, the
rosy
;
this
mention
to
beauty.
often known
L.
from
scape
has
undulate
crisp or
lipbeing beautifully
requires an
with
Cattleya
marginata.
purpnrata (Brazil). This
*L.
Orchids
for
across
purple, and
It is
indeed
in
the
common
and
price of
Orchids
real value
making
its
for
cheap, but
Lselia
peat, fresh
two
when
"
still it is
It flowers
the
to three
superbiens.
more
drainage,and
growth.
the time
last from
L.
rarity.
than
This
from
of all
lipcrimson,
from
eight
inches
veined
with
yellow throat, delicatelypencilled.
no
the less beautiful
none
guide
sure
a
sphagnum
the
in
The
best
moss,
are
beauty
and
held.
in
a
pot
crocks, and
pot should
May, June,
;
tolerablycorrect
plant watered
shows
summer
their
to
purpurata grows
being freelyinterspersed.
full of crocks
about
lilac ;
a
is
six to
from
cultivator,though it is
fibrous
coarse,
charcoal
to the
to their
as
having
noblest
good plants bearing
purposes,
sepalsand petals rosy
;
crimson
index
exhibition
of the
one
thirty glorious flowers,
to
twenty
or
is
"
be
half-
freelywhen
July,or just
Its blossoms
weeks.
is
one
attractive,and
a
large growing plant, seldom
to two
spikes of
easilygrown
;
bloom
ducing
pro-
annually ;
pseudo-bulbs spindle-
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feet
from
five to
of
across,
and
December
and
This
from
in
;
being
borne
flowers
from
in
from
Lasts
plant,when
in
not
spike from
cluster
a
of
five to six inches
crimson
It is
arrivingat maturity.
January.
dullest
lipyellow
;
flower-spikes
doubly valuable
part of the
year
three to four weeks
flower,cannot
be
"
"
in perfection.
distinguished
Schornburgkia crispa.
*L. xanthina
(Brazil). This
is
"
and
two-leaved
flowers
from
yellow
colour
Kemarkable
flowers
called
the
among
Leelias
xanthina, but
Catfcleya
easily-grown
flowered
the
on
;
disc.
blossoms
bearing yellow
a
high,
clear, golden-
a
streaks
month
it is
inches
seven
of
orange
as
lastinga
summer,
five to
across,
lipswhitish, with
;
in the
inches
three
to
and
nine to twelve
peduncles erect,
;
two
distinct
a
variety; pseudo-bulbs clavate,from
one
with
floweringduring the
of its
account
on
its apex
near
flower
;
purple, delicatelypencilled; the
long time
a
flowers
deep, rosy purple,veined
a
crimson
are
long, the
twenty
GROWING.
large,leathery leaves
shaped, bearing two
five to ten
ORCHID
;
Sometimes
in bloom.
Lselia.
true
Leptotes.
*L. bicolor
(Brazil,1831). A pretty little plant,having thick,
"
fleshyleaves, like rushes, channeled
sometimes
pan
growth, doing well
suspended
the
near
the lateral lobes
with
either
light.
sepalsand petals being
blotched
These
glaucous,and generally drooping.
free
very
above.
linear
on
Flowers
and
being serrulate,the
rosy
lilac.
a
Blooms
in
leaves
It is
block
;
central
lobe
of
shallow
a
white, the
numerous,
incurved
plant
a
in
or
are
lip,three-lobed.
winter, and
rhomboid, and
lasts
a
month.
Lycaste.
This
South
is
a
well-known
American
of
The
genus
them,
as
of them
is very
possible culture.
well
as
one
Orchids, from
of terrestrial
continent, many
all of the easiest
best
genus
L. Skinneri
of the most
nearly allied
very
and
beautiful,
is
variable
to Maxillaria.
the
one
of the
of Orchids.
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OF
"
Lip,
L.
"
greenhouse, and
in the
removed
plant be
to
crimson, having
lasts
L.
long
a
brown
orange,
flowers
green
three
to
a
deep
serrated
;
column
floweringspecies,but
weeks
L.
A
having
inches
with
freely
very
large-growing species,
purple lip; sepalsand
a
long,
shaded
green
purple colour, margined
white.
not
This
all
at
is
showy.
(Brazil,1838).
Harrisoni
transversely,and
distinct
a
Lasts
with
with
rich.
and
free-
month
a
Flowers
in
large,waxy,
sepals and
Pseudo
"
bulbs
angular, bearing
leaf, broadly lanceolate
margins.
scape;
spotted
six
or
in flower.
"wrinkled
green
four
of
lip
;
not
time.
"
petals from
if the
even
Blooms
crest.
gigantea (Central America).
bearing great
good
a
pale greenish-yellow
lip white,
;
golden yellow
a
even
species, though
numerous
brown
with
blotched
bearing
month,
a
orange,
vinery,or
a
for
on
distinct
It bears
strikinglybeautiful.
and
A
"
flowers
freelyin
last for
lipdeep
;
drawing-room.
a
Deppei (Guatemala).
L.
of the
five weeks.
or
orange
relied
golden flowers,which
of its
crop
be
may
and
and
free-floweringspecies.
It will grow
crimson.
with
in the winter
last four
Sepals greenish yellow ; petalsdeep
blotched
free-flowering
very
common,
Another
(Guatemala).
cruenta
a
is very
Flowers
possibleculture.
easiest
It
hairy.
very
is
flowers
yellow
species,producing numerous
spring.
This
(New Granada).
L. aromatica
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ORCHIDS.
form, and
from
to
one
white
petals concave,
or
t
lip rosy purple,and
very
round, and
lasts
bloom, may
be removed
a
long
hesitation, as, if the
hairy.
Blooms
in
time
to the
olive
solitarydark
a
along
wavy
three
on
creamy
nearly
flower.
The
is
kept
a
yellow;
plant,when
above
its
stout
all the
sitting-roomwithout
atmosphere
green,
year
in
the least
all
freezing,
will be well.
*L.
lanipes.-Pseudo
"
bulbs
large,one
to three
leaved; leaves
94
twelve
lanceolate, from
white
creamy
numerous
in
from
of
suffused
the
from
November
for
other
a
margin.
often
met
to
profuse
most
cultivate.
to
easy
beautiful
It
varieties,varying
the
deepest rose
and
sepals and
as
month
it will
in
six weeks.
or
are
flowers
from
are
less
to four
for the decoration
drawing-
a
its flowers
Even
very
two
perfectionin
lovelymixed
very
or
plant generally flowers
of all Orchids
keep
more
or
heavily blotched
very
lasts in flower
best
six,nine,
scapes
petals white,
This
crimson.
Flowers
summer.
on
solitary,
across,
with
when
Ferns
cut
and
delicatelyperfumed, and
of ladies' hair.
for the decoration
admirable
the
during
of the
one
The
exotics.
bloom
March, and
weeks, and
last several
very
liprosy lilac,often
rosy
apartments,
vase
;
;
to
It is
of
room
rose
deepest
months.
is
of the
One
purest white
the
high
with
with
have, and
distinct and
varieties
its
inches
twelve
are
we
four to six inches
from
This
its
petals
though essentiallya winter-floweringOrchid,
crimson, and
some
October.
in
sepals and
;
fringed along
or
"
sports into
Flowers
Lycaste Barringtoniaa.
as
flowering Orchids
colour
ciliated
high
(Guatemala, 1842).
Skinner i
L.
long.
ripened pseudo bulbs, solitary,
inches
blooming
in collections
with
nine
lipwhite,
;
America;
South
of the
six to
from
scapes
on
inches
eighteen
to
the base
from
produced
GROWING.
OECHID
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Masdevallia.
This
is
a
come
from
they
luxuriate
easiest
the
round.
year
of fibrous
loam
"
higher
in
cool
They
which
caudate
trifid,
should
peat, fresh
that
retained
curious
be
placed in
sphagnum,
has been
being best.
and
They
They
will be
are
producing
small
pots in
a
the fibrous
found
of
to
the
abundant
nearly all
blossoms
crocks, and
sifted and
Andes, where
Peruvian
localities.
cool, moist
of which
Orchids, many
of the
ranges
possible culture, growing
of their
crops
of very
large genus
a
the
compost
little fibrous
lumps only
luxuriate
in
LIST
the coolest
COOL
OP
in company
of the house
end
and
macranthum,
the
agreeable
contrast
the
to
Lindenii, M.
Yeitchii, M.
M.
civ His.
to
their
slender
tails
M.
coccinea.
;
and
coat."
M.
to
in
green
This
"
years, and
some
Harryana
of
of
richest
the
somewhat
is
in
June
1872.
flowers
M.
are
"
M.
from
a
This
the
Mr.
"
in
yefcto
fine
from
M.
evidence
continual
is
another
glowing
This
the
to
This
one
other
for
sepals
;
is
Londes-
Kensington,
growers,
this
richlycoloured
using
in
species
bouquets.
from
New
orange-scarlet
blossoms
very
on
solitary,
long
slender
scapes.
of M. Linden's
of
long.
plant
to Lord
Its
strong
darker, and
South
bloomer.
of
scapes
several
distinct
species.
inches
Lindenii, but
of
soldier's
a
be
16
slender
freelythan
more
even
is
are
as
to
12
varietyof it, at
stance,
sub-
good
recentlyintroduced
a
crimson-lake.
to
introduced
the other
Denning, gardener
great continent
as
spathulate,
is
singlyon
colour
last,they
speciesflowers
Lindenii.
This
adapted for cutting and
the
M.
brown.
of
red
as
than
growth
being
the
bearing
freely.Like
This
a
to be
iynea.
Granada,
in
From
well
have
been
"
Lindley,
rosy-purpleor
larger.
speciesseems
of
in
leaves
exhibited
borough,
M.
are
long,fleshy. Flowers
great beauty. It appears
similar
the flower
all
best
pretty, having flowers
size borne
good
golden-
tovarensis,
species has
"
of
an
tube, terminating in three
a
beautiful
smaller
growth, imported
Flowers
into
(New Granada).
one
of
M.
six inches
the words
use
and
colour, spottedinside with
is very
It is rather
plant,and
four to
sepals fused
having
best
of the
some
form
flowers
collections.
our
Leaves
"
The
lilac
glowing
white
Harryana,
coccinea, and M. maculata, but
be introduced
their
snowy
Oncids.
and
yellow Odontoglots
and
purple
pure
Disas, Oncidium
with
Odontoglots ;
bright orange-scarlet and
and
95
ORCHIDS.
South
M. Harryana.
many
America.
species,and
the
introductions
Its
flowers
leaves
are
are
of
a
96
ORCHID
COOL
GROWING.
colour,
lovely pale silvery-lilac
rosy-purple,but all retaining a
colouring.
than
those
may
be
Its flowers
of M.
turn
imported plants from
speciesof
the
time.
to
it grows
In
the
of
shorter
segments
be
to
batches
with
common
but
rare,
very
among
vigorously in
and
into
merging
transparency
promiscuously
by livingsphagnum,
surrounded
and
It appears
up
time
genus,
wonderful
rounder
are
Harryana.
expectedto
varieties
some
the
of
the other
cool
house,
supplied with
plentifully
moisture.
If. tovarensis.- This
is
"
short
threes,
on
of the
lateral
old
The
a
in
each
if
flower-spikes,
allowed
Hoya
other
is
It
carnosa.
a
caudate
appendages
curious
a
in
rarely
more
in
manner.
analogous
manner
of
being
remain, will continue
to
successively,in
or
The
triquetrousscape.
flowers
its flowers
pairs,
sepals cross
produce
old
borne
whiteness,
snowy
little gem,
a
to
its
easily recognised by
to
the
pearly
blossoms.
Veitchii
M.
"
Masdevallias
are
foot
a
scapes,
a
or
from
is
with
a
introduced
present
at
length ;
in
more
twelve
to
campanulate tube,
colour
still remains
This
"
the handsomest
to
flowers
gardens
our
of
the rest of the
all the
indescribable
into
;
the
sepalsbeingdenselybeset
brilliancyto
species,it keeps
caudate
or
bright purple hairs, which, mingling
beneath, give an
its leaves
sepalsfused
;
narrow
the lower
brilliant orange,
;
large size, singly,on
eighteeninches high
their extremities
of all the
with
the
growing
on
the
orange
flower.
Like
and
floweringall
year-round.
Maxillaria.
*M.
dered
will
grandiflora (Lindley, Peru).
one
well
of the
repay
finest
any
trouble
pseudo-bulbsroundish,
on
solitary,
scapes
species of
from
two
or
the
extra
inches
four to nine
This
"
high
and
genus,
in
care
;
inches
be
must
consi
one
that
its cultivation
one-leaved
high
;
;
flowers
sepalsfrom
;
98
COOL
for example.
spectabilis,
M.
GROWING.
ORCHID
eighteen inches long,bearing
to
four
to
with
inches
brown,
clinandrium,
rather
in
lilac
a
purple
or
same
blotch
lip
the
on
disc.
anther-bed, is laciniate,or
in
as
way
October, and
about
three
Odontoglots ;
some
of the
margin
or
fimbriate, in the
plant flowers
unlike
not
convolute, white, with
The
flowers
five to ten
Sepals oblong, pale yellow, barred
across.
chestnut
from
twelve
erect, from
Flower-stems
lasts
This
Trichopilia.
for two
weeks
three
or
beauty.
*a. M.
grandiflora* This
Candida
largerand brighter coloured
vigorously in
the
cool
a
is
"
blotches
intermediate
or
a
variety,having
fine
It grows
its flowers.
on
house
along
with
of
many
Cattleyas.
*M.
Clowesii
inches
seven
twelve
feet
(Brazil,1840).
"
long,tapering upwards,
to sixteen
inches
high,bearing from
inches
across
inches
two
long,half
barred
with
across
the
It is
centre.
other
have
been
M.
*a.
The
specieschanges
to
expanded
time.
Clowesii
This
major.
"
white
yellow
a
is
one
a
to
two
or
four
half
a
to
deep yellow colour,
violet
a
well
striking plant when
shows.
some
a
from
leaves
and
one
Lip white, with
a
five to
largeflowers,three
broad, of
brown.
;
from
petals oblong,
inch
an
chestnut
suitable for autumn
two
five to fifteen
sepals and
;
two-leaved
Flower-stems
long.
from
bulbs
Pseudo
lip of
colour
this
blotch
grown,
and
one
or
after the flowers
garden variety,having
larger flowers.
*M.
and
"
generallyconsidered
habit
are
Regnelli (Brazil). A
it is like
borne
a
several
but
the flowers
and
petalsan
weak
inch
far
variety of
more
long, and
coloured
delicately
of the
one
together on
are
very
an
M.
erect
best
in the
Clowesii, and
spike in
the
a
white
lip,the
genus.
the
centre
white
In
flowers
manner
same
chaste, having pure
species,
;
sepals,
of which
is
1.Mil ton i a
"Warsoewiczii.
2. Oncidium
superbiens.
3. Loslia furfuraeea.
4. Barker ia Lindleyanav Centerse.
LIST
COOL
OF
suffused
with
deep lilac,or
colour.
This
is
lasting from
and
August
best
struggling
known
for
leaved.
six to nine
broad
and
purposes.
They
Good
specimens
Blooms
in
*a. M.
August,
and
rich
deep
petals creamy-white ; lip
its base.
This
large flat pans
in
from
bear
with
species
bition
exhi-
for
and
thirty to fiftyflowers.
three
lasts from
of M.
weeks.
is often called M. Morel
This
"
to four
spectabilis.The
it grows
purple colour;
and
congener,
from
-
atro-purpurea, but it is undoubtedly nothing but
form
highly-coloured
a
two-
freely in peat, sphagnum,
grow
it
out-of-the-way
scalyflower-stem
a
near
grown
Morelliana.
spectabilis
M.
or
on
by
with
meet
smooth, compressed,
purple
or
often
are
of
this is
wedge-shaped in outline,white
or
of lilac
often
we
manner
high ; sepals and
its varieties
crocks.
all
Pseudo-bulbs
flat,cuneate
largeblotch
liana
Of all the Miltonias
borne
solitary,
inches
in
species,flowering
indeed
in
existence
Flowers
bright purple
five to six weeks.
species;
places in gardens.
and
beautiful
"
far the
varieties
some
1835).
(Brazil,
spectabilis
*M.
a
in
and
rare
a
99
ORCHIDS.
makes
whole
quite
striking plant
a
as
for
is of
flower
its
freelyas
the
a
autumn
exhibition.
*6. M.
a
fine
deep
*c. M.
which
rosea.
spectabilis
rosy
leaves
snowy
It is sometimes
a
the
normal
small
its
lilac blotch
(a
garden variety,having
a
Warneri.
called M.
have
here
a
delicate
variety,
type in having its sepalsand
whiteness, and
Warscewiczii
lip is
beneath
of
native
pure
white, with the
the column.
Peru).
"
from
Pseudo-bulbs
with sharp edges,two-leaved
eightinches long,very flat,
from
spike,or
to
is
"
exceptionof
six to
This
virginalis.We
spectabilis
differs from
petalsof
*lf.
lip.
"
twelve
rather
to
eighteen inches
panicle,erect
thirty flowers.
Flowers
or
long,
Flower-
erect.
nodding, and bearingfrom
one
and
a
half
;
inch
across
H
2
ten
;
100
COOL
ORCHID
GROWING.
sepals and petalsoblong, with
brown
warm
rather
and
colour
with
tipped
wedge-shaped,the
purple colour,the
plant,and
grown
sinuose
tipped with
grows
well in
margins,
wavy
of
a
golden yellow; lip broad
basal
apex
or
half
being
white.
of
is a very
This
intermediate
an
dull violet-
a
easily
house.
cool
or
Mesospimdium.
M.
two-leaved.
bars
They
flaccid, slender
half
inch
an
together for
with
the
twelve
Flowers
broad.
half
their
it is
and
on
this
grown,
flowers, and
spikes of lively-coloured
plant
they
last
long,
a
one-third
fused
or
pressed ;
bears
a
to
right angles
at
or
half
.
sepals connate,
closelyadnate
;
brown
long
petals
length ; lip white, bent
well
When
white, bilobed.
lateral
inches
and
oblate
or
transverse
crimson, borne
rosy
sepals
the
oblong
with
sixteen
deep
to which
column,
marked
to
panicle;
long ;
Pseudo-bulbs
"
often
are
from
leaves
;
inch
an
(Amazon).
sanguineum
crest
numerous
long
time
in
beauty.
M.
and
vulcanicum.
to be
appears
lanceolate
;
a
introduced
nice addition
compressed,
ob-pyrif
orm,
are
This has been
"
panicle bearing
to the
cool
two-leaved
;
recently?
house.
leaves
Its bulbs
rather
of its congener,
those
thick,
crimson
rosy-purple or
numerous
Epidendroid flowers,largerthan
somewhat
M.
san-
guinea.
Wanodes.
N.
very
bulbs
medusoB.
"
rarely to
are
thick
of
a
in
borne
pairs,
be
and
of the
met
of
a
with
most
in
fleshy,about
glaucous tint,and
oblong,
in
One
afoot
greenish colour
shaded
growth
outline,its margin deeplylaciniate
with
;
;
Its
pseudo-
leaves
distichous,
Flowers
generally
long;
curiously twisted.
of the
the
Orchids, and
collections.
our
apex
near
of all
curious
sepals and petals
brown;
the colour
liproundish,
of the
lipis
a
1. 0 don to gl
os
2.
3.
4.
"
sum
Uro- Skinnerii
(erosuin)
ma.cu.la.tum
"
Oncidium Phalacnopsis
102
ORCHID
COOL
than
material
GROWING.
sufficient for
generallyconsidered
is
greenhouse
plants.
0. Alexandra
"
the
genus
will
probably
is identical
with
rose
retain
its
lip white,
crest, and
spotted with
vary
much
of
on
phyllum,
forms
to the
be
proud
fall below
also
called 0. Bluntii.
like
colour
streaked
also
and
;
the
lower
noble
a
country.
done.
This
the
nearly all
abundance
an
of that
plant,of
sepals and
reddish
brown
It inhabits
I believe
a
very
crispum
a
creamy
petals are
;
the
lipis
part being yellow.
This
"
plant,but
round
year
is like 0.
of the
is
plant
This
"
room
of flowers.
N". Granada).
(Rchb. fil.,
0. aureo-purpureum
be
of the dinner
be
Granada).
the upper
be removed
will
spottedinternallywith
similarlymarked,
Yenus
temperature of the
flowers
halves
macro-
even
may
decoration
narrow-petaledform
a
A.
or
the
quantity,producing
(New
species
flowers, tastefully
plants
for the
provided
It
of
the
of the loveliest
is one
tiara that
or
The
harm
of this
Farleyense
wear.
40", no
0. Andersonianum
white
spike
wreath
used
;
not
shape,or
to
or
impunity
in
small
a
inches
yellow on
flowers
colouring.It
and
land's
Eng-
to
to two
one
of lemon
The
below.
natural
a
does
in
compliment
purest white, rarely spotted
of Adiantum
drawing-room
grown
in
name
of
Lindley, but
of
crispum
blotch
a
rose
frond
a
would
table,with
when
with
in form
arranged
herself
present
Orchids, and
bridal
0.
the
broad, of the
inch
an
;
very
with
member
superb
Queen. Sepals and petalsfrom
future
long, often
This
(Bateman, Bogota).
it has
cold
is said to
flowered
never
region,and
in
is described
this
as
bearing many-flowered spikes of golden yellow flowers spotted
and
blotched
with
rich
erroneously,referred
0. angustatum.
leaved
from
;
"
A
panicles from
fiftyto
one
purple.
It
to the well-known
is
0.
sometimes,
though
luteo-purpureum.
pretty little species; pseudo-bulbs twoone
hundred
to
on
two
a
feet
long.
spike, about
one
Flowers
inch
small,
across
;
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COOL
OF
103
ORCHIDS.
sepalsand petals lanceolate, pale yellow spotted
lipwith
blotch
a
sporting into
of lilac
0. Bictonense.
A
"
tolerablydistinct
two
or
one
from
half
inch
barred
and
blotched
shaded
with
pale lilac or
0.
a.
with
Bictonense
heavily blotched
and
brown
rich
has
high,
and
one
suffused
April,lastinga
This
"
not
a
greenish-yellow,
are
lip white,
;
colour.
rose
superbum.
with
plant,
feet
two
Flowers
petals
;
varieties.
thirty flowers.
to
sepals
across;
variable
about
Flower-spikes
twenty
A
brown
free-floweringspecies,though
very
strikinglyhandsome.
bearing
its centre.
across
with
crimson-brown, and
a
month.
and
sepals
and
petals
deep-coloured
rosy-purplelip.
b. 0.
Bictonense
of
flower-spike
of
album.
this
This
"
has
a
pure
white
'
bracts
bears foliaceous
speciesoften
lip.
The
instead
properly developed flowers.
0. blandum
(N. Granada).
"
Odontoglot in
species,its
its
the
0.
Cervantesi
A
(1845).
"
high, three
inches
two
base
with
lilac.
across
to
is
dwarf
;
freely about
Spikes
from
one
to
barred
petalsrosy-lilac,
at
the
lip cordate
March
species, having
solitaryleaves.
five flowered.
pretty but
a
last-named
the
majus.
-growing
lanceolate
sepals and
crimson-brown
This
flowers
;
Like
that of 0. naevium
even
angular pseudo-bulbs, and
six inches
pretty white-flowered
a
heavilyspotted with purple-brown, but
are
lipis larger than
is
of 0. naevium.
way
flowers
This
not
Flowers
triangular,white
or
species; generally
showy
in
month
April, lasting a
or
or
beauty.
0. Cervantesi
gardens
but
best
it is
membranaceum.
under
the
of
name
"
this group
*0. citrosmum.
"
form
of
is 0. membranaceum
deep-rosy large-floweredform
This is a
met
with
in
Odontoglossum membranaceum,
only a large-flowered
varietyof
is often
This
0.
Cervantesi.
roseum,
The
another
of the old 0. Cervantesi.
good
old white-flowered
the
species,
104
COOL
0.
of
pendulum
ORCHID
shining, two-leaved.
and
spikes pendulous, bearingfrom
blossoms.
It flowers
This
perfection.
*0.
a.
roseum.
0. citrosmum
of
flowers
-two
fifty
remarkably
a
well.
from
with
in
roseum
form
the
He
best
of the above,
had
collection
0. sarcodes
flowers
to seventy
fifty
having
has
Mr.
in
"W. Mitchell
on
sarcodes
cool
a
borne
tory
conserva-
spike,
a
oblong,
"
leaves
;
simple,erect, bearing from
from
two
inches
three
to
blotched
white, with
few
brown
variable
a
in the
often been
depth
confounded
species.
This
blooming
in
is
0. coronarium.
coming
Its
a
from
the Andes
creeping rhizome,
Flower-spike
0.
is
of
and
Peru,
forty
bear
a
flowers
brown,
margins yellow ; lipof
time
in
flower.
;
a
This
is very
and
has
totallydifferent
a
easily-grown kind,
four weeks.
species we
altitude
produced
to
lip cordate,
species
coolest
an
short
twelve
thirty
long
at
are
about
a
or
;
yellow
a
markings,
maculatum,
of the
one
flat bulbs
erect, from
or
of its
lastingthree
This
large,wrinkled,
This
;
petals nearly
brown
free-flowering and
a
"
richness
with
and
May,
soft
with
lines
Flowers
acuminate, of
blotches.
and
and
sepals
much
equal, lanceolate, apices very
and
yellow
ten to fifteen flowers.
across;
colour, barred
with
bright green,
scape
A
Ains-
of Dr.
O.cordatum( Guatemala, Mexico, 1837). Pseudo-bulbs
generallyone-leaved
the
rosy-purplelip.
a
Warscewiczii, and Oncidium
has
in
in
Miltonias.
Manchester,
near
month
a
grow
single-branchedspike.
plant,Miltonia
this
grows
on
to
petals and
Flower-
lasts
Cattleyasand
noble
A
"
Broughton,
Higher
found
be
in
thirtylarge fragrant
June, and
the
sepalsand
large rosy-tinted
worth,
and
May
species will
citrosmum
plant of
fifteen to
of the house, among
end
warm
in
Guatemala
from
introduced
Lindley,
pseudo-bulbs large
1840;
GROWING.
oblong
sixteen
at intervals
leaf at
the
along
apex.
high,bearing
and
bright golden
plant
of 8,000 feet.
inches
sepals
have,
petals bright
colour.
flowered
in
Lasts
1872
in
LIST
Lord
OF
collection,under
Londesborough's
Denning,
it has
the
third
bulb
nurseries
introduced.
been
bears
cool
very
gardens
suspended
the last
0.
as
the
near
made
and
well
This
growth.
in
and
some
also,
peat and
more
in
moss,
from
Flowers
light.
by
borne
is known
in
Mr.
country, although
candelabrum,
Grows
of
care
flower-spikewas
treatment,
0. brevifolium.
flat pan
The
from
back, not
and
rarely,as
the
for the first time, I believe,in this
long
plant
105
ORCHIDS.
COOL
March
a
to
May.
0.
Coradinei.
possiblybe
it much
natural
a
resembles
is considered
inches
its
on
of the
crest
habit
a
as
the
plant gets
that
of
this
plant
0.
This
Its
flowers
dingy
is not
about
are
brownish
freelyand
gloriosum
pseudo-bulbs
from
twelve
yellow
three
to
flowers
inches
It
slender,
three
flowers
be increased
in
spotted
Its
brown;
blossoms
radiating white
a
very
pretty and
0.
of
ngevium
freeits
or
flowering.
Its
conical,two-leaved; spikes
long,bearing
brown
a
lip whitish
A
mode
of
across,
in bloom.
"
of the
some
time
and
and
inches
with
inches
resembling
habit
as
long
a
Granada).
eighteen
across.
and
soon
two
with
lasts
compressed
are
triumphans,
or
purple, with
flowering species, somewhat
0.
nut
chest-
The
pretty
so
blotched
crocidipterum(New
congener
three
its base.
more
will
to three
large irregular
near
two
which
"
distributed.
"
It flowers
crest.
is
two
or
a
of 0.
this number
greenish yellow colour,
with
spots
from
(Peru).
species.
spotted
white, with
different
doubtless
two
may
0. odoratura
petalsfrom
smaller
this
triumphans
of which
splendid thing,bearing
a
0. cristatum
other
few
a
growth
spike,but
on
and
Sepals
lip creamy
;
lipis
to be
appears
0.
pale yellow colour, with
a
disc,and
and
thinks
of the forms
one
type.
blotches
brown
the
of
Eeichenbach
hybrid between
and
"
the
across,
blotch
Professor
"
;
are
individual
pale
numerous
flowers
two
delicatelyscented,
or
like
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Hawthorn.
in
The
shape, but
white
0.
which
with
of
that
0.
it becomes
the
this dwarf
group.
0.
stellatum
be
may
naevium, from
larger branched
blotched
its fine
varietynaevium
inch
along
wavy
long
and
time
group
*0.
half
a
their
the flowers
margins
It
blooms
;
to
is the
the whole
green
;
six to nine
flower
inches
be
four to
oblong, undulate,
of
rown.
;
to
a
a
May, lastinga
strong form
of the
for this is the most
and
when
exhibition
well
grown
plant.
long,broad, lanceolate, and
seven
rich
five to nine
inches
across
flowered
;
;
Its
well grown,
white,
or
dark
sepalsand petals
yellow,barred
it often bears
;
flowers
golden yellow colour, barred
lippale,creamy
When
inch
an
type.
valuable
stout, from
scapes
from
individually
shining brown
ness,
white-
thick, slightlyangular, two-leaved
glaucous pseudo-bulbs are
from
of snowy
and
April
group,
fine,decorative,and
leaves
naevium, and
petalsfrom
in
appears
O. naevium
species of
a
0.
are
"
makes
distinguishit by
true
grande (Guatemala). Truly named,
gorgeous
good
a
long, lanceolate,acuminate, incurved, very
in flower.
of which
when
;
yellow flowers, spotted
sepals and
;
much
very
speciescomposing
cultivators
creamy
majus,
lip
tical
plant is, in habit, iden-
This
which
sepals are
established, it flowers
brown, whereas, in the
spottedwith purple
an
the
;
said of all the
spikes,and
with
half
its
of 0. Cervantesi
those
thoroughly well
same
much
or
in bloom.
(0. erosum)
"
0.
September,
Cervantesi, but
gloriosum (New Granada).
with
and
yellow.
pretty little speciesis,in size
basal
their
on
bilobed
a
of clear lemon
apices,while
to their
barred
freely,and
and
This
like 0.
much
brown
resembles
of
blotch
lip having
;
naevium, lastinga long time
only
mass
a
profuselyin August
habit, very
are
white
is
"
barred
of
of 0. naevium
those
exactlylike
are
Ehrenbergi (Mexico).
and
GROWING.
instead
yellow
very
later than
its
flowers
crest, around
Flowers
ORCHID
from
with
with
twenty
to
LIST
thirtyexpanded
form
of the
perianum
and
small
the
at
easilycultivated,
It is very
Krameri, in the
and
best, like Citrosmum
finest
0. Schlie-
Insleayi and
0.
species.
other
It is the
time.
same
of which
group,
the
are
does
flowers
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OF
end
warm
of the house.
*0.
a.
"
fine,richly-blotched
0. Hallii.
0.
0. luteo purpureum.
See
"
hastilabium.
or
on
fluted
and
pseudo-bulbs,
glaucous
spike,from
a
strong-growing species, with
a
two
three
to
brown
May
0.
;
lippurple at
graduallyin
inches
liystrix.See
"
fluted
longer, and
sepalsand
brown
;
brilliant
November
related
lip
smaller
barred
;
A
to 0.
pseudo-bulbs
of 0.
that
"
those
than
delicatelytinted
flesh-colour
;
below
yellow crest,
lines
;
;
the
are
Its
to
of 0.
peat and sphagnum,
of
occurs
also dotted
in the
to four
weeks.
flat,one-leaved;
;
warm
soft
two
and
end
more
suffused
flesh-colour,having
undulating
with
rather
flowers
(pendulum),
a
in
Flowers
petals oblong, white,
lipreniform,
lipis
flowered
citrosmum
of the most
pretty little species,
very
three
;
heavily with
crimson.
three
flowered
ten
grande, and
pseudo-bulbs are
sepals and
which
about
compressed,
more
five to
with
A
(Costa Rica).
two
the flowers
Blooms
yellow, barred
or
green
pendulum.
purple
species closely resembling
January, lastingfrom
and
with
;
weeks.
flower-spikesfrom
than
sepals
;
purpureum.
golden yellow, spotted
flower-spikesfrom
smaller
its
petals pale
Krameri
*0.
brown
0. luteo
habit, but
across
one
months.
"
in
fiftyto
at its apex
for many
Insleayi (Mexico, 1840).
grande
with
base, white
succession
July, lastingthree
to
*0.
the
from
flowers
;
tall, branched
and
petalslanceolate,incurved, pale green,
open
in
is
This
"
erect
flower-spikes,
hundred
garden variety,.with
selected
flowers.
thick, pale green,
and
A
grande superbum.
purple.
a
transverse
Grows
of the house.
well
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ORCHID
0. luteo purpureum
This
feet).
"
is
hystrix, and
a
GROWING.
Granada
(New
variable
very
0. radiatnm
species,of
the
are
altitude
"
8,000 to 9,000
which
series of but
long
It is
is not
whether
question
a
and
extreme
an
slightlydifferent
forms,
type through
ties.
sub- varie-
intermediate
the
even
Hallii,O.
characteristic
most
these, again,becoming merged into the normal
a
0.
O.
grand
superlativelybeautiful
triumphans
of
form
this
species; pseudo-bulbs conical, slightly compressed,
errant
two-leaved
leaves
;
ob -lanceolate, often
flower-spikesfrom
individual
to three
one
from
flowers
feet
inches
colour
bronzy
a
long,sometimes
to four
two
of
;
branched;
across
;
sepalsand
petalslanceolate,acuminate, golden yellow, heavilyblotched
with
brown
;
lip white,
margin serrate, and
a.
0.
luteo purpureum
flowers
having
radiate
a
from
golden
Hallii.
three
brown, tipped and
yellow ; lipan
inch
to
makes
a
four
fine
of E.
feet
sepals and
;
with
forms,
brightgolden
with
and
bore
A
flower-spikesin
of the
One
the
;
brown.
with
four
bore
brown
;
from
spikes was
thirty flowers
it
;
exhibition.
hystrix.
"
varies from
0. luteo purpureum
of this
variety
long, branched,
0. luteo purpureum
and
finest
across
margined
Salt, Esq.
plant for
garden form,
inches
the
behind, streaked
green
of this
splendid specimen
three
of
white, streaked
radiate, golden, column
collection
crest.
broad, serrate, white, spotted with crimson
sepalsand petalsare
the
its
having
brown,
One
"
four
to
petalscrimson
crest
with
spotted
grande
This
type in colour
the normal
and
selected
varietyis only a
0. radiatum
are
also varieties
the size and
species,distinguishableonly by
only.
colour
of
their flowers.
0. maculatum
very
similar to that
distinct
much
(Mexico, 1838). The
;
"
of O.
o( this
habit
cordatum, but
sepalslanceolate, yellow,barred
broader, clear golden yellow,with
the
flowers
with
two
brown
or
three
plant
is
are
very
;
petals
brown
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from
Flowers
March
OKCHID
GROWING.
May, lasting from
to
three
four
to
weeks.
nebulosum
0.
a.
above, without
flowers
0.
c.
in
as
blotched
varietyof
0.
the clouded
nevadense
species at
from
Flowers
but
few spots
a
its disc.
like the rest,
0. odoratum
not
a
and
a
brown;
lip in
with
Sierra
0.
beautiful
inches
across
form
Flowers
"
round
Nevada, and
time
A
in
strictum
a.
0.
also
very
odoratum,
var.
It is
well grown.
a
it
by
across
;
serrated?
the
bears
petals
crest
on
cool treatment
free-floweringspecies
Pseudo-bulbs
ovoid,
about
bearing '^flowers
numerous,
month, and
belongs to
golden flowers, very
brown.
a
old
beauty.
sepalsand
are
late-acuminat
petalslanceo-
blotched
unlike
not
lanceolate-trilobed,
last
the
yellow ; lipwhite,
segments in colour, excepting the addition
crest.
showy
sepals and
;
bright yellow colour
a
and
suspiciouslylike
crocidipterum.
Flower-spikes
of
profuselyspotted
more
0. nebulosum.
inches
Granada).
half to two
or
in nurseries
easilydistinguished from
lastinga long
great deal unlike
two-leaved.
one
the
(New
form, having
labelled
its lateral lacinisB and
It is from
yellow
crest,not radiate,as in the last -named.
margined
on
the
densely spotted
more
looks
it is
three
to
two
brown, tipped,and
with
glance
bilobed
a
is another
This
"
first
the
lip.
but it is only a
Granada).
0. luteo purpureum,
having simply
This
"
of
exception
the
Odontoglot
(New
the
the
It is sometimes
pardinum,
of
segments of the perianth,the
type, but
normal
brown.
free-growing form
on
pardinum.
the
0.
the
spots of brown
with
gardens
on
A
"
white, with
pure
few
a
spots
nebulosum
flowers
and
the
being
crest, and
candidum.
of
a
with
the
white
other
bilobed
fragrant.
very
rich
0.
con-
this group.
latimaculaturn.
heavily
blotched
tolerablydistinct form,
"
This
with
and
form
bright
has
deep
crimson
very effective when
LIST
0. Pescatorei (New
with
sepals
;
bold
serrated
four
has
E.
of
petals
even
more,
lemon
April
in
perfection.
of
segments
forms
of this
lip white,
;
bilobed
yellow
in
long,
hundred
one
whiteness
and
twelve
feet
two
to
ten
and
thick
six to
to
easily
distinctly
a
from
one
rather
It is
Pseudo-bulbs
pearly
a
but
having
from
bearing
variable,but
a
crispum.
leaves
;
is
colour
its
by
varietyof this,bearing
superb
and
May, lasting three
Lord
flowers
or
Londesborough
three
inches
great substance.
There
lovelyspecies in
across,
also
are
collection
the
of
Salt, Esq.
*0.
"
species.
pale
very
pale green
shorter
inch
will
whitish
or
than
be
scapes
the
;
leaves
white
require
to
should
winter
months.
sudden
never
It
changes,
seen
of 0. 0.
requires an
in
it grow
order
to
freelyas
so
The
of it are
Plants
fine
of it has
specimen
been
rather
house
it does
there grown
an
blotch,
delicate,and
in
fall below
it
a
flowered,
lilac
a
than
most
which
50"
it is
during
equal temperature,
grow
of
flat,fiddle-shaped
temperature
Wrigley, Esq., of Bury, under
Hubberstey.
and
species is
to
three
or
white, with
warmer
allowed
and
petals oblong, about
large
O. Krameri.
be
not
a
and
slender, Grass-like,
slender, one
lip very
This
two-leaved
are
sepals and
distinct
very
Leaves
in the centre,
Odontoglots, except
grown
;
purple spots.
found
bulbs
colour.
green
is,contracted
few
a
ovoid
Its
glaucous ;
long, pure
that
and
A
Phalcenopsis(Ecuador, 1850).
beautiful
"
or
0.
panicles from
or
Flowers
broad
very
some
and
crest.
fine
with
latter
purple blotches, and
weeks,
a
its relative
drooping, and
or
flowers
in
brown, two-leaved
long; spikes
erect
species,similar
fiddle-shapedlip.
or
speckled with
inches
This
the
distinguishedfrom
panduriform
Granada, 1851).
than
habit
in
Ill
ORCHIDS.
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"
strikingly beautiful
smaller
OF
the
free
from
successfully.I
have
in
the
the
care
by
exhibited both
rich
the
at
collection
of Mr.
Thos.
dozen, and
Manchester
one
and
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London
in
sixty delicate flowers, all expanded
with
Blooms
time.
same
GROWING.
ORCHID
is also sometimes
about
May, lastingfour
called Miltonia
A
"
high altitudes,where
at
sudden
great and
to
inches
from
of
fiftyto
hundred
a
withstanding
dark
to fourteen
about
flowers
inch
an
white, curiously bent
W, of
is
as
dark
its flowers
and
March
a.
0.
pulchellum majus.
"
not
of
in
ovoid, bearing
flowered
twelve
or
crystallinewhiteness
twisted, having
April,lastingsix
capable
should
we
green,
high, ten
and
produced
are
to be
Flower-spikes erect,
fragrant species,and
deliciously
a
habitats
chaste, white-flowered
yellow colour, with
clear lemon
a
or
frost,but
narrow.
inches
across
plant is said
Bulbs
leaves, very
green
twelve
from
easy culture.
very
in their native
A
"
species,of
subjected
rigorous treatment.
pulchellum (Mexico, 1841).
0.
two
of
such
subjected to
it to be
advise
This
two
or
is
temperature
Flower-spikes strong, eighteen
flowers.
degree
a
It
strong-growing species,
high, often bearing
feet
to two
the
changes.
five weeks.
or
pulchella.
O.platycodon(Peruvian Andes).
found
the
at
few
a
purple dots.
useful
very
for
lip
like
shaped
crest
a
;
;
a
It
cutting,
great profusion. Flowers
in
weeks.
This
is
larger
a
flowered
form,
similar to the last in habit.
1}.0.
small
pulchellum tenuifolium.
"
flowers,not
0. radiatum
"
so
See
species.
with
blotch
to three
chestnut
on
twelve
feet
brown
its basal
;
very
the last.
as
America).
"
from
Pseudo-bulbs
variety,having
luteo-purpureum.
(South
leaved; leaves from
erect, two
widely expanded
0.
0. Reiclienfieimi
Another
high
five to
A
seven
to
fourteen
;
sepalsand
vigorous growing
inches
inches
long; panicle
floweringspecies,lastinga long
time
with
short, white.
very
in
barred
petals green,
lip wedge-shaped, white,
half,column
high, two-
beauty.
a
A
lilac
free-
LIST
O.rosenm
Backhouse
Messrs.
enough
Pseudo-bulbs
arched
flowered
fiowers
;
rosy-crimson colour,the
It is very
distinct,and
of its colour.
0.
"
Pseudo-bulbs
flowered
it resembles
lanceolate,about
;
white.
A
white, with
account
from
broader
habit.
of 0. citros-
those
long,white, barred
one
to
across
;
three-
sepals
with brown
than the
versely
trans-
sepals,pure
only ; lip oblong
lemon-yellow bilobed
a
deep
month.
inches
two
few spots at their bases
a
twenty-
uniform
a
a
only being white.
scapes
;
to
one
inch
an
of
larger than
petalssub-hastate, much
white, with
pure
from
flowers
;
been
species,of: dwarf
Mexican
in habit
to
ten
cultivated,on
more
April,lastinga
beautiful
entire
last few years.
from
and
across,
be
angular, rather
which
mum,
A
in
the
of the column
apex
should
Flowers
Rossii.
inch
an
the
ob-lanceolate,about
drooping,
or
about
leaves
;
at present,
Sons, of York, have
it within
ovoid, two-leaved
long ; spike
prettiestof
and
and
introduce
to
is but little known
oldest
of the
one
113
ORCHIDS.
This
"
fortunate
foot
COOL
(Lindley,Loxa).
although
group.
OF
crest
;
or
date,
cor-
column
delicate,free-floweringplant,blooming during the
winter, and lastingfrom
three
to
four weeks.
It is
native
a
of
Mexico.
a.
0. Rossii
superbum.
"
than
having largerflowers
from
two
three
to
distinct and
longer
with
a
*0.
0.
inches
inches
than
segments
blotched
the
Warnerianum.
pseudo-bulbs two
broad
select
varietyis
typicalspecies.
barred
across,
better
a
form,
Its flowers
with
are
crimson, very
effective.
b. O.Rossii
scape
This
with
;
the
"
high
;
is another
flowers
leaves, two
sepals and
purple
This
from
to three
three
inches
petals pure
at the base ;
fine
form, having
five,on
to
a
across,
with
white, barred
and
lip cordate,crenate, white,
golden crest.
Sclilieperianum
(New
grande ; but
Granada).
it flowers in June
"
and
In
habit this
bles
resem-
July,lastinga long
I
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time
in
flowers
beauty ;
of the last-named
and
it is
totallydifferent
for
individuals
of this
while
so
others
is
decidedly as
Titley,Esq., of Gledhow,
this
varietyof
it blooms
as
it makes
grown,
exists
barred
with
case
0.
grande
species,which
-
is also known
a
good
different
but
ings,
of mark-
in
no
case
T.
proper.
fine
a
at
a
among
freely;
Leeds, has
near
colour,
lip is golden
being nearly destitute
or
to those
grande, of which, doubtless,
variety
blotched
the
amber
well
some
species,
are
pale yellow or
valuable, however,
Some
exhibition.
form,
blotches; the
or
When
season.
a
similar
in
that of 0.
It is
only a variety.
plant
but of
of bars
than
smaller
yellow,but
GROWING.
large,and
as
species;
destitute
nearly
ORCHID
A.
darkly-blotched
Odontoglossum
as
pretiosum.
0.
We
(0. erosum).
stellatum
"
have
plant,bearing solitaryflowers.
Flower
little
scapes
petalsabout
lip white,
somewhat
margin.
It flowers
freelyin
growing, though
known
by
its flowers
it has
be
tolerablywell
four
high; sepals and
a
by
and
has
been
distributed
; now,
in this
brown
its
long time
a
on
its basal
calli.
It has
under
the
0.
flowered
care
of Mr.
showy
of
the
is
a
plant
Easily
dens,
gar-
it appears
very
we
to
ful
beauti-
sepalsand petalsoblong,
apices being rich,
with
violet blotch
purplish
violet
in front
of its
Wrigley, Esq.,
Kemmery.
if
;
the
in continental
in the collection of E. G.
triumpJians.This,
"
a
brown
jagged lip.
country. It is a
;
high.
showy.
however,
colour, their
portion,and
with
July, and
white,
golden yellow; lip fiddle-shaped,
blotches
inches
jagged round
means
any
rarelyflowered
chestnut
bright
much
very
plant,having large,glossy flowers
of
inches
June
not
three
to
two
six
and
being solitary,
tripudians. This
though
-bulbs
plant only
and
concave,
"
pretty little
a
long, pale yellow, barred
worth
0.
than
more
inch
one
Pseudo
whole
long, one-leaved,
inches
here
except 0. grande, is the
most
yellow-flowered Odontoglots.
j* Pseudo-bulbs
LIST
like those
with
; two-leaved
margins of
the
Pescatorei, but
across
yellowcentre, the
a
lemon
This
is rather
for the
and
rare,
and
spring
Orchids
to
fine
a
if
This
is
thick, and
long ;
to
ten
when
water
broad
bear
lanceolate
twenty flowers
inch
an
and
a
petals oblong, green, heavily barred
cordate, of
a
bilobed
five
flower-spike
inch
tinged with
lemon
0.
leaved
and
the
yellow.
leaves
(New
from
Grass -.like;
at
one
present
pseudo-bulbs
to twelve
feet
are
inches
high, bearing
across
;
brown
sepals and
lip broad,
;
white, and having
November, lasting
much
in collections.
rare
;
lipof
sepalsand petalsabout
;
lateral
the
size,largerthan that
enormous
The
"
spike
extreme
lipis quitetwo
Granada).
nine
to
or
base
inches
inches
being tinged
in breadth.
Pseudo-bulbs
tvrelve
erect
narrow
a
sepalsand petals,is pure white,
colour,the
rose
an
sepalshaving a singlestreak
decidedlyflabellate,
having
lip,like
delicate
Wallisii
;
;
or
liberally
most
decidedlynovel, and
a
flowered
seven
the centre
sagittatebase
with
to
and
Phalsenopsis,
of 0.
October
here
have
long, pure white, the
purple up
with
cool,
a
linear,two-leaved; leaves,linear ligulate;
pseudo-bulbsare
Its
of
"We
"
but
species,
desired
with
seen
in flower.
0. vexillarium.
be
half
mottled
about
Blooms
crest.
four to six weeks
to
colour
livelyrose
a
be
Its
three
to
I have
It affects
leaves,nine
spikes simple,two
flower
well grown
of the easiest of
one
must
growing.
lipwhite
Ferniehurst.
treated.
properly
moist, and rather shady situation,and
supplied with
plant when
gloriousspeciesat
"
;
bright
a
purple rose.
exhibitions.
(Guatemala).
grow
brown
tippedwith
apex
early summer
0. UrO'Sk inner i
all
cinnamon
will make
fine varieties of this
some
to seven-flowered.
jagged,of
slightly
golden yellow colour,spottedwith
with
larger,speckled
sepalsand petalslanceolate,
;
petalssometimes
the
115
ORCHIDS.
three
flower-spikes
;
four to six inches
Flowers
COOL
of 0.
something
brown
OF
ovoid,
long, very
arching,from
two"
narrow
five to
I
2
ten
116
ORCHID
COOL
flowered.
Flowers
two
three
or
inches
petals oblong, about
sepals and
yellow, blotched
blotch
rosy
GROWING.
with
partiallyadnate
apex
to the
in the
as
which
very
improbably a finelycoloured
form.
0. zebrinum.
of
This
"
to
and
one
much
white, very
the white
unlike
in
half
a
other
any
plant also
inch
across
;
under
is
not
of Wallis's introductions
same
habit
the
five to
manner
six
those
as
of moderate
are
and
wavy,
from
sepals and
Oncid
or
size,
petals equal,
barred
I have
with
brown,
the
of Oncidium
name
Flowers
seen.
considerable
September, lastinga
goes
lip
large corrugated golden crest, quite
Odontoglot
and
August
a
species it
one
flowers
Its
;
a
epidendroides
plant, having
in the
crisped or
lip having
0.
Flower-stems
species.
golden
a
white
apex
;
Linden.
curious
a
branched
long, flexuose,and
of the last-named
one
is
macranthum.
Oncidium
feet
of M.
establishment
to the
It is
of
coloured, with
old
variable
showy
very
long,
crest, margin, and
;
column,
of
(0. Lindleyanum),
inch
one
purple ; lip straw
rosy
the
near
across,
time.
This
zebrinum.
Oncidium.
This
most
except the
we
in
numerous
adapted
for
latter must
one
if
genus,
enumerated
finest
of them
many
in the cool Orchid
growing
be
of the
species,and
of all
the
are
truly
are
remarkable
flowers
the
more
most
for
or
Amongst
in
and
be
grown
and
its
should
cucullatum
a
less blotched
will succeed
the
less
the
Orchids, 0. serratum, 0. crispum, 0.
producing
part of easy
or
0. macranthum,
noble
equally beautiful.
others
mention
to
perhaps themore
house.
cucullatum, O. Phalasnopsis,0. nubigenum, and
not
is
Epidendrums,
culture.
compost
in
Most
profusion
with
brown,
The
varieties,
may
The
of
splendidum,
of the
Oncids
golden yellow
and
they
are
larger growing
recommended
pots.
0.
for
smaller
for
species
Odontoglots,
kinds,
either be grown
as
0.
in shallow
118
COOL
bulbs
roundish
being
inches
two
colour
feet
three
to
it
with
apical lobe
rhomb
species,one
or
a
cool
in
iform,
clear
"
six
;
of
one
a
brown
;
variable
very
to 0. bifolium
varieties
have
brown, like the sepals.
and
blooms
the best
freelyin
very
long,
with
in
dark
green
brown
;
lip from
;
form
known
crispum (Organ Mountains,
brownish
species,having
inches
high,
bronze
;
to
bronzy
two-leaved
flowers
three
red
or
fluted
from
inches
brown
or
;
colour.
in
a
to
jus,should
ma
peat and living
Brazil).
"
A
free-flowering
thirty,on
often
an
sepalsand
to two
one
tinged
erect
with
spike,and
petals
colour, very unique.
five weeks.
inch
glass.
oblong,
the
half
This, together
pseudo-bulbs,from
leaves
twenty
across
warm
winter, lastingfour
;
and
one
pan,
the
close under
three
long, pale yellow,or
0. bifolium
shallow, well-drained
sphagnum, suspended
long,often
leaves from
;
to
one
as
compact
panicles drooping, many
inch
an
most
inch
one
two-leaved
brightest golden yellow
a
and
pseudo-bulbs are
sepalsand petals half
of the
be grown
is
Its
the still better
0.
August,
spotted with brown;
barred
across,
This
have.
inches
flowered
with
is
Some
with
the
golden yellow,
being equal
barred
at
spottedwith
easilygrown.
more
in
as
margins
brown
clear
This
yellow.
to
pale yellow
a
wavy
crimson
and
well
as
of
half
lateral sepalsconnate
;
lobes
of its varieties
two
bifolium.
fluted,and
two
lateral
June, July,and
species we
green
with
a
temperature.
*0.
to
brown
portion fimbriate
petalslanceolate,and
Flowers
in size
length ; petals oblong,with
colour, and much
their
and
margins
wavy
spikesfrom
;
one
variable
very
chestnut
warm
of the discal
margin
in
being
only ; lip triangular;
base
from
the
ridge up
one-leaved
;
golden colour, streaked
clear
well-defined
a
flowers
;
sepalslanceolate,with
;
for half their
a
ovoid, with
long
across,
colour, barred
of
GEOTTIXG.
of Laolia acuminata
centre, like those
one
ORCHID
are
Flowers
of
a
in
LIST
0.
a.
crispum
old
good
block
the
dwarf
in
or
from
flowera
freely, and
four
on
three
well
for cut
adapted
laeve; bulbs
branched
flowers
;
more
when
old,and
having
five to
seven
inches
green,
with
for
yellow lines
large flowers
a
golden yellow colour
colour, having
a
across.
the
;
three
to
;
colour
;
When
A
"
It is
free-
Odontoglossum
feet
sepals and
in
length,
yellow
to
its disc.
across
and
petals green,
lipwhite, changing
purple
;
bearing a
1835).
fifteen
Blooms
weeks.
cool house.
leaves
;
A
large-growing
Pseudo-bulbs
from
lanceolate,bright
nine
to fifteen
bearing
from
sepalsunguiculate,about
;
petalsbroader
lipdagger shaped, of
fleshywhite
two-leaved
glaucous colour,
a
at
to four weeks.
flower-spikesfrom
;
It flowers
and
called
branched, branches
each
brown
warm
inches
from
long, two-leaved
long, flexuose, and
of
of
;
white
lip
;
golden yellow lip.
"
adapted
long,
band
long
beauty.
(Peru and ISfew Granada).
Oncid, well
three
a
;
lastingquite six
0. macranthwn
fifteen
a
across
brown
foot
purple.
Guatemala,
five
inch
an
to
flat,and
;
erroneously
less with
or
in the winter,
to
and
from
roof, exposed
high, branched,
two-leaved, large, of
flower-stems
;
barred
(Mexico
a
Pseudo-bulbs, borne
stem
Lasts
flowers.
species, often
growing
culture.
feet
011
purple
in
9,000
to
old, free-bloomingspecies,
flowers, having
leucocliilum
fluted
four
to
small
0.
this
either
spikes a
on
darker
An
creeping
a
profusion of
the
to five weeks
of easy
being
intervals,
spikes from
feet
much
"
as
ten,
8,000
well
colour, spottedwith
lasts from
well known
under
to
seven
flexuosum (Brazil,1818).
short
varietyof
from
-growing species, growing
purple,spotted with
rosy
altitude
"
pot suspended close
a
light;
0.
brightercoloured
a
Granada
(New
sepalsand petalsrose
or
119
ORCHIDS.
species.
A
"
COOL
is
Forbesii
0. cucullatuin
feet).
OF
crest.
Its
well grown,
and
a
of
five
inch
an
a
clear,
bright purple
glorious flowers
it is difficult to
are
find
120
COOL
noble
more
a
substance
GROWING.
ORCHID
blossoms
looking plant, the
and
lasting
Flowers
time.
long
a
of
good
July
and
being
in
August.
0.
Marsliallianurn
plant,of
which
as
it is identical
with
leaves
the
of
spots and
The
rich
a
and
0.
the
coolest
like
light,and,
crispum Forbesii, does
(New
old
the
as
of
supply
inch
months,
Granada).
flexuosum, and
marked
in
or
O.
its congeners,
peat and
in
brown
pot
a
or
inches
with
a
pan
crispum
in
sphagnum
of brown
across
;
and
blooms
month
lasting a
adapted for cutting.
This
species
gold
;
flowers
in
of the most
easily
as
dant
abun-
an
laden
with
good
ties
varie-
dullest
the
flower, and,
one
is
freelyproduces
throughout
in
It is
"
spikes, heavily
long-branched
fragrant blossoms
an
well
brown
to three
two
either
pseudo-
of the house.
end
0. obryzatum
grown
from
well
its
but
sidered
con-
In habit
crispum.
of reddish
instead
are
It grows
the
near
0.
species;
green
flowers
It is best
shown.
been
golden-yellow colour,
blotches.
suspended
have
last-named
pale
are
bronze-coloured.
across,
specimens
golden-blossomed varietyof
a
bulbs and
"
fine
really beautiful
A
(South. America).
winter
is well
moreover,
of winter-
valuable
flowering Orchids.
0.
ornithorhynchum (Mexico, 1826).
from
"
one
to
two
inches
high
;
Pseudo-bulbs
two-leaved
leaves
"
and
flower-spikesfreelyproduced during autumn
much
branched, and
blossoms
crest
indoor
mass
0.
on
of
the
a
lilac
lip.
decorative
heavilyladen, like
or
This
and
its
larger form
being, when
purposes,
oblong ;
winter, very
last,with
the
purple colour, with
glaucous
a
fragranfc
golden corrugated
well
are
well grown,
adapted
one
for
dense
of flowers.
Phalcenopsis (Peru).
0. cucnllatum, but bears
"
more
This
plant
showy
in
habit
flowers
speckled with purple ; petalswhite, with
;
resembles
sepals white
bright purple bars
LIST
beautiful
weeks
five to
from
green
half
a
It is
;
peat,
inch
two
with
five
to
"
apices of
small
to five feet
with
a
"
of the
long,bearing
from
flowers
In
leaves
to
one
crimson
one
brown.
tion,
in cultiva-
Oncids
it is identical
habit
speciesscarcelyworth
a
the
lipand
from
feet
twelve
;
species slightly resembles
the
habit, its ovoid pseudo-bulbsbearing
in
leaves
of 0. macranthum
deep brown
This
(Peru).
0. macranthum
ensiform
from
flower.
bulbs, from
collections.
0. serratum
grand
five
to
block, with
a
narrow
beautiful
dingy-flowered0. pubes
the
place in
distinct and
in
on
most
a
four
oblong
two
heavilyblotched
time
or
plant having
spike from
across,
of the most
one
It is
the
of the house.
high, bearing
flower-
lasting a long
a
A
"
inches
in
sixtyto seventy golden-yellow
and
two
well
cool end
in the
(Peru).
codes
seven
darkest
purple,like
with
bright lemon-yellow crest.
beauty. Grows
livingsphagnum,
sat
blotched
free- flowering plant, lasting from
and
in
*0.
a
121
ORCHIDS.
white
lip fiddle-shaped,
pure
petals,and having
COOL
OF
to
one
two
long, branched
from
flowers
two
colour, very peculiar,on
feet
long
and
and
Grows
flower
to three
inches
an
flowers
arch
that
of
across,
of the
account
spike
like
flexuose
petalsbeing connate, forming
the column.
;
crested
the
over
well in the
cool
house, treated like 0 macranthum.
*0.
habit
A
splendidum (Guatemala).
"
of
size and
0.
Bulbs
four to
flower-spikeerect
petals green,
seven
;
an
inch
inches
flowers
heavily barred
bright golden yellow colour.
the
species,having
microchilum, but bearing flowers
beauty.
leaf, from
robust
superiorto
it in
high, bearing a solitaryoblong
long,
and
two
inches
with
brown
It is
one
of
great substance
across
;
;
lip of
sepals
a
of the finest
rich
;
and
and
speciesin
cultivation.
*0.
tigrinum (Mexico). Also
O. Barkeri.
"
It is
a
very
known
beautiful and
in many
collections
as
showy species; sepals
122
COOL
and
petalsrich brown,
one
inch to
yellow
colour.
weeks
in
fine
branched
large
the
This
of
0. splendidum
has
yellow ; lipfrom
winter,
resemble
has
(Barkeri)tigrinum
bulbs, similar in form
of
habit-
in
rigid
a
stout, angular,,
of Odonto-
those
to
a
The
those
bulbs, bearing
green
on
collection.
widely different
are
dark
lastingsix
fiftyflowers
borne
Ainsworth's
plants
bright golden
very
and
autumn
Dr.
smooth,
0.
to four-leaved
a
species closely
the
solitaryleaf,while
two
in
with
of
specieshas
this
last-named, but
barred
across,
during
spike,
flowers
half
a
Mowers
beauty.
GROWING.
heavily
and
inch
an
ORCHID
glossum grande.
Palumbina.
*P.
Candida.
Oncids.
the
A
"
pretty
It is very
purest white, of
time
in
cool
treatment,
beauty.
sphagnum.
A
;
fibrous
carefullydrained,
be
last
it thrives
as
the
to
flowers
Its
consistence, and
pot, with
small
a
death
collections.
our
of Guatemala
native
in
plant, related
distinct
stout, waxy
a
It must
is sudden
in
rare
and
are
a
of
long
well under
peat and
fresh
ture
stagnant mois-
time.
to it at any
Pescatorea.
P.
cerina
altitude
foot
waxy
of
long,
straw
with
"
distichous
white
or
red
;
column
and
two
to
creamy
also known
and
of
scapes
three
Cherique.
stout,
inches
yellow
;
a
an
Leaves
bearing
each
It is
a
chaste
May, lastinga
under
the
and
beautiful
considerable
generic names
of
time.
plant,
This
Zygopetalunx
Huntleya.
grandifolius.The plants of
"
a
yellow or
lemon
Phajus.
P.
a
sepals and
across;
lip of
at
semi-circular, plaitedcrest, streaked
a
purple.
flowering in April
plant is
flower
;
colour, having
charming Orchid, growing
the volcano
8,000 feet,on
blossom, from
petalspure
A
(Yeragua).
this small
genus
are
ever-
LIST
and
green,
of
native
a
from
two
from
tw'oio
four
to
four
noble
in moist
flowered
high,many
sepals
;
crimson-brown
;
It
localities. Leaves
flower-scapes
;
from
flowers
three
for
a
lip convolute, white,
;
The
adapted
this;
petals lanceolate, of
throat.
well
flowering species are
and
without
within, white
plant of
Chatsworth, in 1871.
at
long,broadly lanceolate
across
colour
dark
a
feet
inches
brownish
with
feet
to three
A
spring.
Kong, growing
Hong
abundant
specimens, producing an
fine spikes
species bore thirty-six
is
123"
ORCHIDS.
in -winter and
of flowers
supply
COOL
noble
form
soon
OF
spikes
of this
free-
cutting. January
to
March, lastingsix weeks.
Wallichii
P.
"
vigorous growing plant,similar
A
tall
spikes,from
five inches
brown
three
across,
throat.
later than
of
to
a
Lasts
in habit
five feet
high.
brown
warm
sheltered
hills in
(India). Khasya
six weeks
last,bearing
Flowers
colour
in
to the
;
positions.
four to
from
lipyellow,with
beauty,blooming
a
month
a
the last.
Pilumna.
fragrans."This
*P.
nearly related
from
four
Flowers
to
from
white
pure
to
and
two
on
under
"
name
whiteness, having
snowy
plant figured in
not
nearly so good
The
is
a
of this
like
moisture
growing.
the
flat*
leaf.
a
been
spot of
the Botanical
as
this
successful
in
plant,
Messrs.
obtaining
perfumed plant,which
deliciously
favourite
freely treated
when
Orchid,,
sepaledspecies.
green
Sons, of York, have
become
soon
white-flowered
spike; sepalsand petals
stout
a
is in all probability
another
good importation
will
of
on
its disc.
this
beautiful
Trichopilias.Its pseudo-bulbs are
inches high, bearing a dark green
four
to
lip also
;
Backhouse
a
the
seven
bright orange
Magazine
is a very
in
our
collections.
Trichopiliaswith
a
It
grows
good supply
of
Pleione.
This
is
a
-pretty little genus
of
elegant plants
from
the
124
mountain
.either
uplands of
epiphyteson
as
localities.
Of
all
best
a
to
the
of
stems
these
they
Moss-grown
none
plants in shallow
in
trees
little leaf -mould
a
should
be shaded
to fade
they
and
should
This
will induce
possiblybe
be
the
pleasure
their
bearing
from
collection.
bloom,
to
twenty
Some
cultivators
of these
flowers
should
essential
are
be
potted soon
P. humilis
rose-coloured
species.
margin
bulbs
the
being
being smooth,
delicate
when
sphagnum
well
expanded
from
P.
two
grown,
at
become
soon
the
to three
bear
same
time.
in
well
leaf-
in
shade
cases
and
;
pectinateridges
This
green
to
It is of easy
the
easily
purplishflask-
fall off and
twenty
on
is
species
or
;
yellow and
lip with
in
plant produces
; these
they
7,000 to 8,000feet
corrugated,as
other
the
bulbils
on
rooting into
Pans
of
this,
thirty flowers,
culture,and
all
lasts
beauty.
lagenaria (India). Something
"
Ferniehurst
plants
from
white
six
can
had
I have
the
flowering plants.
from
weeks
not
nothing
flowered.
its dark
little
apices of decliningbulbs
the
have
serrulate.
by
in order
vigorous growth, and
Altitude
Flowers
the others
This
species.
they
veins, having about
recognised from
shaped
after
(Upper Nepaul)."
delicate little
disc, the
their
to
begin
little alpine gems
in
these
grow
then
mould, sand, and livingsphagnum, but in all
moisture
sun,
exotics.
cool
pans
eighty
to
leaves
to the
and
freely,
these
seeing great
tion
the addi-
growing they
their
as
using
corrugated pseudo-bulbs.
stout
lovelythan
of
but
as
found
pans,
When
fullyexposed
more
them
more
sand.
more
be
it will
well-drained
freelywatered,
thoroughly ripen
to
and
shady
Crocuses."
compost of fibrous peat and livingsphagnum, with
of
a
rocks,
possiblybe
can
cultivation
In
found
are
Moss-covered
on
lovely "Indian
called.
these
grow
plants,growing
than
sometimes
are
India, where
alpine plants
chastely beautiful
they
GROWING.
northern
sub -terrestrial
as
else
or
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like
its
congener,
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126
trilobed,with
sphagnum,
a
hairy centre
or
and
produces
its
four
lasting from
each
sepals having
lateral
yellow, the
GROWIKG.
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red
four
well
Grows
disc.
blossoms
golden
lines ;
lip
peat and
in
freely,
very
is also
called
growing plants,very nearlyrelated
to the
weeks
six
to
It
bloom.
in
Epiphora pubescens.
Restrepia.
A
of small
genus
Pleurothallids,and
a
be
requireto
kept
all the year
A
"
sterns
about
are
leaf,from
ovate
moist
(Columbia).
antenntfera,
*JR.
the base
like the
flowers
dotted
each
bearing
solitary
a
is produced.
flower-spike
and
crimson
rosy
colour,
purple,the
lower
sepalsbeing
petals slender, pale yellow dotted
with
purple, and,
sepals, having curiously
the whole
freelythrough
be grown
by
all who
fond
are
It. elegans(Columbia).
to the last in
a
blunt
rounded
apices.
and
months,
summer
It
should
vegetable curiosities.
is
a
colour, and
freelyin
Flowers
of
This
"
similar
the
white
with
and
sphagnum,
species. Its slender
curious
of which
in
well
grow
round.
high,
yellowish
a
heavily spottedand
;
inches
two
of
Sepals long,
'darkest
They
showy.
temperature, potted in peat and
cool
very
scarcelymore
smaller-flowered
form, very
equallycurious
in its structure.
cool house.
Sobralia.
This
of
genus
from
dark-green
from
quitedistinct
The
Orchids.
reaching
is
ovate
the apex
-lanceolate
of these
blooms, of
a
in the
warm
feet in
leaves.
tall,slender
the
The
and
when
is clothed
are
of the cool house, in
a
often
with
produced
are
some
large,handrich
the
Sobralias
in abundance.
classes
Reeds,
flowers
stems, and
species; and,
they are produced
end
of
that
height,
other
most
white, lilac,rosy-purple,or
colour, according to
"well grown,
seven
from
resembles
growth
five to
in habit
crimson
plants are
grow
rough compost
well
of
LIST
peat, crocks, and
fibrous
of water
plants I
Potter
when
have
when
have
to
two
flowers
from
height from
top of long stems, individually
fine
plant
across
for
than
rich
crimson
not
are
in March
"
produced
are
at
the
least
last,but they are
of
some
three
in
to
rapid
April.
"
the
from
lasting
very
and
vigorouslygrown.
splendens(Guatemala).
than
;
purple and yellow.
exhibitingwhen
healthy plants they
Flowers
or
finely-colouredblossoms
sepals and petalsrosy purple ;
;
with
flowers
but, on
;
flowers
its sub
This
of
a
has
rather
richer
colour.
-varieties,are
species,being only from
one
and
a
much
half to two
height.
with
(New
three
"
remains
in
very
fine
or
to three
two
large flowers
on
longer
than
seldom
feet
short
a
purple ; lipwhite
rosy
flower
species,but
rare
from
It grows
to four
sepalsand petalsmauve,
also
A
Granada).
in collections.
bearing from
This
in
vary
the
S. Rucleeri
met
finest Orchids
singlyat
plant,
feet in
of the very
One
borne
S. macrantJia
er
a
bear
.succession.
-dwarf
of
corner
all
days
The
the
feet, but
Unfortunately,the
.smaller
Rhodes, Esq.,
seven
a
a.
in
Its varieties
grown.
lipbeautifullysuffused
four
of John
largest
S. macrantha.
five to six inches
Makes
of the
magnificently,beinga tall-growing,
"
well
One
growth.
It grows
(Guatemala).
8. macra/iitha
we
flowers
superb varietyof
but
Leeds.
House,
fernery,and
warm
their
They require large supplies
is in the collection
seen
Newton
sphagnum.
making
127
ORCHIDS.
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OF
and
spike ;
crimson.
of the
any
high,
other
.species.
Sophronitis.
Of
this
small
genus
we
all interesting and
.species,
have
three
do
livingsphagnum
fine
produced
in the
Their
four
beautiful.
very
dense-growingepiphytes, and
Moss.
or
best
on
They
flat
are
very
are
small,
blocks, with
bright scarlet
depth of winter, and
introduced
flowers
showy.
aro
They
128
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house.
They
in
well
remarkably
grow
be
must
GROWING.
the
end
warm
of
the
copiouslysuppliedwith
Peruvian*
moisture
when
growing.
8.
"
three
reddish
scarlet, produced
to nine
four
two
the
red.
Moss,
or
three
to
inches
to three
does
and
the roof.
the two
are
for
dozen
inches
long,
three
inches
long.
freelyabout
little
small
flowers
plant
of
this
leaves and
green
andrae.
This
with
and
years
a
in
an
well
pan,
and
"
and
the
should
be grown
from
from
leaves
;
by
the
to-
one
to
one
one
varieties
two
or
bulbs
and
others.
The
effect
with
in
seen
of thia
smaller, deeper
produced by
four
only
expanded
fresh
with
company
a
flowers,as those of Odontoglossum Alex-
will
in
a
in
flower, may
last for
or
weeks
unharmed
I have
bell-glass.
Wardian
case
taken
be
seen
for several
to
[email protected]
if covered
this grown
successive
ordinary sitting-room.
8. violacea.
coloured
Brazil). This
and
are
when
glass shade
flowered
sphagnum
shallow
shorter
plant, when
clean
streaked
or
in winter.
species,even
white
drawing-room, and
sepalsand
:
with
a
leaves-
large,brilliant scarlet,produced
the
flowers, is wonderful
;
large,from
pseudo-bulbs are
There
than
in
two-leaved
Flowers
having
plant, some
coloured
The
December.
block
a
Mountains,
and
one
flowers
;
substance
good
sphagnum
Flowers
bloom.
three
long
on
in the group,
best
winter
flowers
winter, lasting from
lip yellow,barred
;
well either
S. grandiflora (Organ
last
of
and
across,
planted in peat
suspended near
;
short, one-leaved
inches
brightest scarlet
This
long
thickr
beauty.
"
oblong, from
with
in
and
drooping spikes, from
on
(Brazil). Pseudo-bulbs
S. coccinea
petals of
inch
in the
Flowers
together.
to six weeks
two
short
oblong fleshyleaf,scarcely an
bearing an
bright
Pseudo-bulbs
(Rio, Brazil).
cernua
"
This
is
species from
another
the
pretty and
Organ
mountains.
very
distinctly
Its
pseuda-
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bulbs
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long,bearing a
lanceolate
narrow
differ from
Its flowers
lilac
three
two
to
leaf about
the
of its congeners
those
dee"p violet colour, not
or
129
.
from
slender, spindle-shaped,
are
rosy
OP
length.
same
in
inches
of
being
in
scarlet,as
a
all the
preceding.
Tricocentrum.
This
part of small
geniis consists for the most
flowered
conspicu
in-
plants.
*T.
and
albo purpureum.
This
"
is,however, well worth
produces its flowers freely.It
fleshyleaves, lanceolate
green
inches
brown
;
base.
It
*T.
from
comes
"
from
much
two
four
to
six
sepals cinnamon
scapes;
a
pair of purple lilac
New
Granada, and grows
to
Somewhat
resembles
larger and
four
yellow,barred
inches
with
blotches
near
its
well,blooming
preceding in habit,
finer flowers.
across
brown
the
;
lip white
;
Individual
blooms
sepals and petalsgreenishat
portionbeing bright orange-yellow.
very
from
form, and
in
dark
cool treatment.
tigrinum.
has
pseudo-bulbs,but
no
drooping
on
with
lipwhite
freelyunder
but
Flowers
long.
has
growing,
the
This
basal
apex, the
is
beautiful
a
and
species.
rare
Trichopilia.
This
is
a
beautiful
blooming plants. They
cool house
under
of
genus
freelyin
grow
what
is known
moist.
well elevated
latter
but
inches
across
above
should
the
well drained
are
receivingtoo
*T.
They
we
coccinea
much
shall
rim
planted
can
There
only notice
are
(Central America).
"
sepalsand
Flowers
from
kept very
good
or
pots, then
fibrous peat
if the
of their
species in
many
Bulbs
is
in
the best and
of the
treatment, that
little fear
be
profuse
end
warm
house, which
of the pans
there
water.
long, one-leaved.
;
be
the
Mexican
as
is,cool but drier than the Peruvian
cool and
and
easily grown
most
from
two
to
ever
vation,
culti-
useful.
two
to
four
four
inches
petalsligulate,
creamy- white, mottled with
K
130
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COOL
brown
or
and
and
This
very
flowered.
with
white.
from
Flowers
blofcches
;
white
to
two
in the
crimson
lipdeep
four
inches
centre
with
two
hundred
one
;
reddish-
slightlyedged
of flowers
flowers
to
across
this in the collection of Charles
than
same
spike,
a
in the genus,
sometimes
and
more
on
spikes from
to
Leeds, bore three crops
had
flowers
Flower
Esq., Baildon, near
has
Blooms
margin.
of the best
two
mottled
plant of
A
a
weeks.
is
sepalsand petals white
crimson
one
decidedlyone
free-flowering
species.
"
three
to three
two
crispa.
a
with
June, bearingfrom
lasts from
*T.
GROWING.
lipdeep crimson
;
freelyabout
ORCHID
Stead,
annually,
expanded
at
the
time.
crispamarginata. This is a varietyof the preceding
from which
darker coloured
it differs in having much
species,
*a. T.
"
flowers, and
crimson
*T.
a
distinct
very
lip.It is very
suavis.
"We
"
rare,
of
spring flowering Orchid
leaved
glaucous, one
from
Flowers
January
;
and
when
beauty.
oblong
arid
its
to
deep
well grown.
winter
easily grown
an
rare
leaves
to
margin
very beautiful
here
have
white
pure
and
Pseudo-bulbs
flat
slightlyglaucous.
March, bearing three large blooms
on
drooping spike ; sepalsand petals pure white, spotted with
bright rose ; lipalso white, blotched with rosy pink. It flowers
a
very
lastinga fortnightin beauty.
freely,
grandiflora.This is a selected garden variety
richlycoloured flowers than those of the normal
*a. T. suavis
with
more
"
form.
*T,
tortilis.
"
lanceolate.
Bulbs
Flowers
solitaryor
much
This
is
a
and
twisted
;
variable
lip pure
or
together on
three
a
drooping
with
brown
white, heavily spottedwith
of its varieties
plant,some
brightly coloured
July,lastingtwo
two
oblong-
leaves
petals pale yellow, blotched
spike; sepals and
very
slender, one-leaved;
flowers.
weeks
in
red.
bearing
some
hand-
in June
and
Blooms
perfection.
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ORCHIDS.
Uropedium.
17. Lindeni.
and
This
"
is the
might correctlybe
it
of
Cypripedium caudatum,
no
pouched lip,but
it is
exactlyidentical
dark
green
foliage from
large, two
wavy
margins,
with
dark
of
petals one
beautiful,and
the
covering
which
both
freely. It
with
whole
this
lasts
month
the
of water
want
or
to
and
the
when
fully
does
best
crocks,
into
Cypripediums delightto
root
flower,and
and
be
must
in the
freelysupplied
atmosphere,
all the
shrivel,through aridityin the
at the
of
living sphagnum,
layer
root
more
end
warm
It
with
netted
loam, peat, and
of
In
length.
sepals
Cypripediums.
also the
in
If allowed
year round.
in
long
freelyin
of fibrous
a
at the
moisturej both
place.
plant,having
scape;
feet
two
grows
with
plant and
a
in its
inches
stout
a
having
in
colour,and hairy. It is far
compost
a
it differs
twelve
to
reddish-brown
house, along with
pot, using
on
variety
monstrous
a
greenish yellow colour, veined
a
curious
a
as
the last-named
to
three
a
in
which
with
developed, of
the cool
from
nine
or
green;
than
to
long petaloid segment
a
habit
Flowers
referred
in this genus,
have
only specieswe
roots, it will take
sphere
atmo-
long time
a
to
itself.
recover
Vanda.
This
but
superb
there
They
the most
*V.
beautiful
coerulea
best
during
in
the
a
even
best
more
fibrous
basket
of the
in
claim
can
being
as
of
species,
rare
suitable
India,and
for cool
amongst
are
of exotics.
This
"
dullest
lovelyand
many
mostly natives
are
rare
is
stiff-growing
a
species,which
peat, livingsphagnum, and crocks.
suspended
period
spikes of pale mauve
or
we
(Assam).
freelyin
grows
does
only two
are
treatment.
contains
genus
or
of the
close to
year,
light.
is
now
a
It flowers
bearing many-flowered
lightblue flowers,from
instances, on
Yandas, and
the
It
spike.
becoming
ten
It is
very
to
twenty,
one
cheap.
of the
It is
132
much
very
leaves
inclined
for which
;
light,and
and
then
and
another
*F.
The
used
to be
noble
a
Grimston
at
former
it
from
borne
transitions,
to six weeks
of it at
specimen
has
to the
exposed
sudden
Park, in Lord
plant
its
on
temperature should
spots. It lasts from four
The
teres.
This
"
in perfection.
Dalkeith,
Londesborough's
twenty-eight flowers
yellow flowers
This
is sometimes
in
grown
cool
a
well
I have
of
native
well
well grown
on
and
fullyexposed
peat, sphagnum, and
makes
Sylhet, and
plants from
in
perfection.
shy-flowering species,but
a
good plants of
seen
large rosy-purpleand
the
to
established,it will flower
fibrous
in
its congeners
four to five weeks
considered
airy house,
thoroughly
It does
last from
and
August,
to
Its
stems.
freelyproduced
are
June
it is
easilydistinguishedfrom
is
quill-like
foliageand
its
and
draughts.
yellow
singlespike.
a
by
is to grow
remedy
cold
with,
spotted
free
equal as possible,
it seldom
collection.
011
the best
as
There
GROWING.
become
to
free from
be maintained
-
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it trained
noble
a
when
sun
freelyenough.
crocks
teak
on
if
in
a
rafts.
exhibition
pot,
It is
plant
a
when
well grown.
V. teres Andersoni.
*a.
type, and by
some
This
"
is considered
is
fine
a
variety of
to flower
the normal
freely.
more
Zygopetalum.
This
is
a
containing one
genus
flowering Orchids
of
They
plenty of
all of them
air and
nearly related
are
Z.
catoreas.
speciesin
maxillare
and
Z.
about
are
a
their
making
dozen
Mackayi
are
two
growth.
and
Pes-
of the
best
Huntleyas, Warreas,
(CentralAmerica).
species,bearing
a
the
winter-
the genus.
Z. aromaticum
petalsof
to
well known
well in the cool house
grow
when
moisture
two
There
great merit.
speciesintroduced, and
with
or
"
flowers
soft pea-green
four
colour
;
This
inches
is
a
across.
rare
and
tiful
beau-
Sepals and
liplarge and nearly cordate,
LIST
in
purple
centre, with
the
perfumed
sphagnum
well
grows
;
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a
in
133
ORCHIDS.
white
pure
margin
brachypetalum. A very handsome
having brown sepalsand petalsmarked with
lasting from
beautiful
about
grow
from
five to
Flowers
rich violet
have
green
on
with
brown
white, the
pure
This
marked
all the
is a
and
MackayL
"
purple
A
months.
Sepals and
with
brown
dark
in
crocks.
during
a
pot
in
a
short
spring
is
genus
ground
white
only to
be
found,
Park.
Tatton
spikes,bearing
of
well-known
flowers
during
It
three
plant,bearing
the
dull
winter
petalsgreenish yellow,heavilyblotched
beauty
streaked
from
four
and
blotched
to six
with
weeks, and
violet
grows
compost of peat, charcoal, sphagnum,
Requires watering freelywhen
the
this
purple.
Egerton, at
and
lipwhite,
It lasts in
purple.
best
;
with
flowers.
handsome
long spikes
numerous
stained
speciesof
plant,which
rare
petalsbright
being
petals,the
with
larger
lip very broad, cordate,
crest
sepalsand
brown
"
;
and
grass-likefoliage,
four white
lipwhite, with slightly
;
spike; sepalsand
erect
an
lipbeing
gramineum.
Z.
mences
com-
habit,but has much
in
purple. Nearly
and
narrow,
a
decided
a
believe,in the collection of Lord
has
or
brown
Z.maxillare
heavilyblotched
very
I
It is
beauty.
"
resembles
of the
seven
with
barred
nearly reniform,
Z.
cember,
De-
in
purplish blue colour.
(St.Catharine, Brazil). This strikingspecies
Gautierii
colour
flowers
producing stout, erect
Sepals and
large flowers.
November,
divergent hairy lines,of
green,
in
deep
a
"
petalspale green,
flowers.
It
weeks
to four
three
and
green,
plant.
easilygrown
(Brazil). A strong-growing plant,which
spikes,bearing
somewhat
white.
species,
and
Z. crinitum
to
with
lip,streaked
violet-coloured
or
Brazilian
"
*Z.
living
moss.
Z.
very
peat and
pot in fibrous
a
strongly
;
and
summer
months.
making
There
its
are
and
growth
several
134
COOL
varieties
colour
of this old
produces its
leaves
flowers
with
a
to
brown
at
peat and
it either
but
it
case
bulbs
seven
1872
borne
Hardy,
Orchids, but
curious, and
pardoned
In Messrs.
these
for
of
Calceolus
eastern
flourish
their
-admirable
is there
planted
of sandstone
Its still
one
and
pots, the pots should
be
at
is
four
lectively
col-
York,
two
exceptionally
may
be
in
loam
and
the
Cypripedium
of
C.
a
an
broad
thirtyfully
at the
visits,all open
flowers
with
gales by
upwards
congener,
sheltered
limestone
western,
least of
speciesat
garden.
in
hardy
premeditated design.
our
plunged
to
beautiful, we
rock
of my
sand, and
alluded
to have
I counted
beautiful
more
In 1870
strong breaks,
present genus
the
Here
during
luxuriantlyin peat
in
in
Slippers.
luxuriantly
from
rock.
flowers
has
it made
which
a
on
when
species.
nine
species very
nursery,
aspect, sheltered
expanded
the
deviatingfrom
slightly
Backhouse's
this
Lady's
intention
as
of its
some
lovely plants
recesses
well
!
Half-hardy
our
will
vigorous breaks, which
147 flowers
not
from
watered
well
obtained, from
seventeen
or
Originallyit was
herbaceous
succeed
be
1871, it made
In
it made
have
lipwhite,
Zycopatalum
pot, or
a
requires to
when
healthy growths.
in
fine
the
green,
well-grown plantsbear
remarkably fine plant of
a
;
Wrigley, Esq., of Bury, Lancashire,
Edwin
his collection
in
sphagnum
petals
blotches
and
bars
time.
a
and
in
time
long
a
the last, and
than
Sepals
narrower.
transverse
flowers
growing.
in
and
lasts
smaller
This
;
time.
much
are
and
100
block
mass
the autumn,
in
blooming species,which
free
is another
;
in
and
the size and
in
slightly
vary
richlypurple-stainedbase
grow
it had
This
"
shorter
are
marked
fine
plant,which
Its bulbs
beauty.
50
GROWING.
of their flowers.
Z. maxillare.
with
ORCHID
same
spectabile,
grows
freely. "When
spent tan
or
grown
ashes, and
LIST
of the
the surface
this not
only preserves
of
Speaking
but
the
over
it is
a
at
supply of
abundant
cultivation
the
with
deluge them
well
gardener
hope
H.E.H.
to
speciesthat
most
of the
to
morasses,
them
rare
and
de
to
Orchids
any
herbage, the
close
We
of all the
here
be
or
in
close
Sedges, often
attempt being
at
home.
Plant
in
contiguityof
evaporation,not
planted
append
a
but
also
list,and
spongy
to
them
out
only from
from
grow
in
a
amongst
assists
which
tiguity
con-
still it is
made
sun,
Good
habitats,
native
growing
we
lovely
of
Cape
blazing noon-day
growth by preventing undue
themselves.
found
and
of the many
their
to
Needle,
Twickenham,
sub-aquatic situations;
the
they may
In
then
Mr.
by
be
be grown
can
America, the
are
positionshere
soil in which
at
in
plants
dry,and
doubt
a
and
these
Orchids
an
should
grown
dust
the culture
Grasses,
find
are
is
dry as
as
obtain
they
treatment
Paris,
Europe.
from
shaded
they
hardy
N.
from
It
non.
qua
particularseason,
beyond
other
or
sine
a
become
That
of
Moss,
bogs,
in similar
position
Moss
hardy
damp
exceedingly
us
top-dressing.For
a
habitats
that
taking up
south
the
is
worst
to
Comte
to
come
and
Hope,
The
them
of others
to hear
as
native
at
are
unhealthy, shrivelled
half-hardyCypripediums
demonstrated
been
has
with
in which
water.
There
freelyinto livingsphagnum,
meet
moisture
is to allow
receive
Orchid
no
it contains.
compost
their
moist.
that
plants.
layerof livingsphagnum
a
freelyused
or
compost
kept moderately
can
In
rest.
observe
;
the
at
to the
appearance
it
especially,
more
keep hardy
to
when
is
sphagnum
Orchids,
mistake
dust
other
or
quite exceptionalto
plants where
all cool
to go without
livingsphagnum
of moisture
state
here
that will not root
Orchids
few
and
peat
fresh
clean
I would
sphagnum,
be allowed
pot should
and
neat
a
with
equable
an
135
ORCHIDS.
COOL
pots covered
root, but also gives
moss
OF
their
the
the
plants
Lindley's synopsis
species of hardy Lady's Slippers with
which
we
136
COOL
When
congeners.
GROWING.
of which
acquainted,many
are
ORCHID
rival
rock
our
and
fully appreciated, we
more
in
blooming
and
in
the
Californian
Sarracenia
californica),
will bear
pula
to
them
"
This
and
England,
shady nooks
and
(Darlingtonia
Plant
perhaps
southern
musci-
Dionsea
counties.
Cypripediums.
C. Calceolus (Europe).
of
plants
Pinguiculas,Sundews,
with
in the
company
these
see
be
to
come
moist
Pitcher
purpurea;
Hardy
the north
hope
may
gardens, along
our
doubt
no
bog gardens
healthy vigour,lighting up
corners
and
beauty their tropical
in
found
speciesis occasionally
is
of
one
the rarest
of
in
native
our
wildings,bearing solitaryflowers.
Sepalsand petalspurplish,
veined
within
lip
;
pure
yellow outside,
marked
with
deep,
orange-scarlet,
hairy lines.
C. parvifiorum (America).
sepalspurple,with
fanciful
corkscrew
The
flowers
than
those
darker
;
Stems
"
or
smaller
species are
of the next
two-flowered
veins, petals linear, twisted
lipyellow,concave
of this
and
one
species,which
like
depressed in
and
darker
it otherwise
;
a
front.
coloured
somewhat
resembles.
C. pubescens (North America).
Flowers
"
sepalsand
petals yellow, streaked
twisted
and
;
with
red, the latter linear
in front.
yellow,convex
lip pure
generally solitary;
G. guttatum (Northern Kussia, Siberia,and North
"
A
and
rare
leaved
flowers
;
blotched
C.
lovely littleplant ;
with
inches
high,
two-
and
(Siberia).
"
veins
;
Flowers
rose-coloured, with
lip globose, inflated,with
deeper-
reticulations.
C. ventricosum
last-named
the
few
purple.
coloured
coloured
a
solitary,of pearly whiteness, spotted
macrantfium
deeper
stem
America).
lip,and
(Siberia). This
but
species,
the whole
very
"
the
petalsare
flower is of
a
much
narrower
much
resembles
and
the
longer than
deeper rosy purple.
LIST
C.
OF
American
(North
spectabile
regince,C. Jiirsutum, and
chastelybeautiful
of the
white
petalspure
in
or
solitary,
C. acaule
All
the
others
suffused
here
named
Stem
"
by
petals; lip tapering
white
a
yellow colour.
The
in
Calceolaria.
C. montanum
and
half
sepals acuminate,
two
the
of that of C.
form
serve
"
but
front
"
"
describes
sepal is
are
any
times
many
to those
of
coloured
the other
than
bright red, forcibly
of
two
inches
or
a
large-flowered
three-flowered
long; lip white,
;
of
syn. C.
parviflorumof
species
other
being
as
North
Eichardin
nearer
American
plant,
smaller, and, in addition, the
bidentate.
"
this
its superior
on
the longer segments,
spectabile;
this
cordigerum (N. India.)
If
sepals
narrow
bright,clear,golden
a
with
lanceolate
distinguishit.
spectabilethan
its flowers
C.
to
a
passerianum (N. America,
son). Lindley
of
Stems
"
flated,
large,in-
a
similar
markings,
(N. America).
the
rose.
Flowers
inside
and
with
point,woolly
larger,and
form
of which
flower,having
blunt
a
spotted
herbaceous
C.
flowers
caulescent.
to four
three
lipis rather deeper
is
however, may
from
small
to
but
one,
afnuityto
and
in front.
"
reminding
C.
most
leafy flower-
centre
solitaryflower,
a
a
the
(PelicanFlower).
and
size and
C.
niveum
;
Not
"
with
colour, chequered with
spectabilein form,
segments,
bright rose
furnished
are
bearing
terminated
C. Irapeanum
C.
with
two, radical, from
C. arietinum.
part, of
rivallingC.
syn. C. Jiumile.
rosy-purplelip,depressed
and
the
of
delicacyof colouring. Sepals
rises,bearing
leaves,and
One
"
family,even
(North America),
flower-stem
C. album,
syn.
pairs.
Leaves
stems.
in
lipwhite,
;
Woods),
G. canadense.
of the whole
tropicalsection
137
ORCHIDS.
COOL
species had
sepalsand petals,I
should
not
Of this
Lindley speaks as
white
flowers, with
have
no
doubt
of its
follows
pale
being
a
green
mere
:
138
ORCHID
COOL
variety of
C.
Calceolus, from
satisfactory [structural]
examined,
already
it will
been
Calceolus
is
not
kind
worth
Its
in texture
name
Kew
stems
resemble
those
of
We
believe
years
but
is
remark
which
will
has
recently
been
5,855, and
is
of
some
height, and
feet in
this
Palm,
or
species
probably
apply
Japan."
not
its
geners,
con-
of
as
I
have
its leaves
its
specific
introduced
was
now
several
to
small,
a
tall-growing species
Sobralia
a
C.
Thunberg's
collection.
general
a
several
indicates.
ago,
species
as
to
grow
into
beautiful
curious
This
"
extend
t.
so
adding
palmifolium.
seen.
not
if
no
has
Calceolus, which
which,
Magazine,"
by
further
think, when
into
This
"
it
distinguish
can
I
and
must
Botanical
"
I
merge
Dahuria,
(N. America).
white-flowered
C.
to
rightly named,
in the
but
in
which
character.
found
be
found
C. candidum
figured
GROWING.
in
cultivation,
the
above-named
to
a
species.
CypripediTim.
FLOWER-STEMS
Lateral
C.
C.
parviflorum,
C.
Sepals always
C.
pubescens,
LEAVED.
connate.
C.
candidum,
spectabile,
molle, C. palmifolium.
Lateral
C.
C.
MANY
Sepals free
Calceolus, C. cordigerum,
Irapeanum,
C. macranthum,
at their
apices.
C. montanum,
C. ventricosum.
Sepals entirelyfree.
C. arietinum.
FLOWER-STEMS
C.
guttatum.
STEMLESS
Leaves
C.
TWO-LEAVED.
(acaule) huniile.
SPECIES.
all radical.
C.
passerianum,
140
INDEX
LIST
ALPHABETICAL
AND
OF
AffGULOA-
PAGE
Clowesii
macrantha
Merida
60
Merida
60
Grenada
New
Columbia
60
,,
(syn. A. virens)
eburnea
i
Ruckerii
,,
60
...
60
Columbia
Columbia
sanguinea
(syn. A. virginalis)
uniflora
New
and
60
Grenada
Peru
superba
virens, see A.
virginalis,see
and
New
Grenada
60
,,
eburnea
60
A. uniflora
60
ANSELLIA"
africana
Natal
natalensis
Natal
Fernando
and
Po
60
60
ARPOPHYLLUM-
(syns. A.
cardinale
and
squarrosum
Cselia
New
squarrosa
...
...
"""
...
"""
Grenada
giganteum
Jamaica
spicatum
Mexico
see
squarrosum,
A.
60
cardinale
ASPASIA"
and
Panama
*epidendroides (syn. A. fragrans)
fragrans, see A. epidendroides
*lunata
(syn. Cryptarrhena lunata)
West
Indies, Guinana,
and
*psittacina (syn. Maxillaria
psittacina)
...
Columbia
Brazil
Mexico
ATJLIZAEpidendrum
ciliaris,see
ciliare
BARKERIA-
elegans
Lindleyana
Mexico
melanocaulon
Mexico
61
Cumana
61
Costa
61
Rica
61
Fuchsii, Epidendrum
(syns. Epidendrum
EpidendrumSkinnerii, and
Skinnerii
clavatum
superba
spectabilis
Venezuela
61
Guatemala
61
,,
BLETIA"
(syns. Bletilla hyacinthina, CymC.
striatum,
hyacinthinum,
striatum,
Gyas humilis,
Epidendrum
and
LimoLimodorum
hyacinthinum,
China
dorum
striatum)
*Woodfordii, see Phajus maculatus
hyacinthina
bidium
and
Japan
BLETILLA-
*hyacinthina,
see
Bletia hyacinthina
BRASSAVOLA*Digbyana
*glauca
Bletia nodosa, Cym*nodosa
(syns. B. venosa,
bid'ium nodosum,Epidendrum
nodosum,
E. curassavicum)
Honduras
Mexico
Baru,
Jamaica,
Mexico
*venosa,
see
B. nodosa
BRASSIA(syns. B.Keiliana
cinnamomea
Clowesii,
Gireoudiana
see
Miltonia
and
B.glumacea)
Merida
Clowefeii
Costa
Rica
and
Continued"
BRASSIA"
glumacea, see B. cinnamomea
guttata (syns. B. Wrayse, Cymbidium
PAGE
guttatum,
Jamaica
Epidendrum
Keiliana,
odorata
Guiana
pallida
Surinam
Lanceana
,,
...
guttatum
B. cinnamomea
see
141
ORCHIDS.
INTERMEDIATE
AXD
COOL
Rica
Lawrenceana
Costa
macrostachya
Demerara
maculata
Demerara
Jamaica
Mexico
Guatemala
v
major
,,
verrucosa
major
"
Wrayae,
B.
see
mala
Guate-
and
...
guttata
BUOITGHTONIAgrandiflora, see
Maxillaria
Cuba
grandiflora
Jamaica
and
CALANTHE*bicolor
(syns. Amblyglottis flava, Chloidia
tripliflava, Bletia quadrifida, Orchis
and
Limodorum
cata,
ventricosum,
L. veratrifolium
*Dominiana
(C. furcata
=
x
C.
masuca)
...
(syns.
*masuca
Bletia
hybrid
Amblyglottis
masuca,
Sieboldtii
and
Indies
Luzon
Zednba
masuca,
grandiflora
,,
and
Garden
East
*fureata
Cuba
Jamaica
veratrifolia)Nepal
Nepal
Japan
Java
*veratrifolia
and
and
and
Ceylon
Ceylon
Cuba
62
...
CAMAROTIS(syn. Aerides
purpurea
Sylhet
rostratum)
CATTLEYA-
(syns.
*biflora
C.
and
Lawrenceana
Laelia
Brazil
crispilabia
and
Central
America
*Brysiana,
*bulbosa,
Laelia purpurata
see
63
C. Walkerii
see
Karwinskii, Sobralia citrina)
grandiflora
see
Sophronites
coccinea,
crispa (syn Lselia crispa)
*purpurascens
*superba
*elegans, see Laelia elegans
*epidendroides, see C. luteola
citrina
(syn.
C.
Oaxaca
63
...
Brazil
128
63
Brazil
64
Brazil
64,
Brazil
64
atropurpurea
pallida
Brazil
Brazil
61
Pescatorei
Brazil
picta
Brazil
"
,,
flavida, see C. luteola
Forbesii, see C. vestalis
Lselia majalis
see
Grahami,
Holfordi,
see
C. luteola
*labiata
,,
"
,,
"
Lemoineana, see C. speciosissima
*lobata
(syns. Lselia lobata and Laelia Boothiana)
C. speciosissima
see
Luddemanniana,
*luteola (syns. C. epidendroides, C. Holfordii.
C.
flavida, C. Meyeri,
C. modesta.
Cattleyae)
Epidendrum
*marginata (syn. Laelia pumila marginata)
Brazil
and
Amazon
...Brazil
61
142
AND
INDEX
OP
LIST
ALPHABETICAL
PAGE
Continued"
CATTLEYA"
*maxima
(syn. C. quindos
Peru
alba
Peru
violacea
Peru
"
,,
Meyeri,
C. luteola
see
modesta,
C. luteola
see
La
*Mossige
La
*Ainsworthii
"
*alba
La
*aurantiaca
La
"
*grandiflora
*picta
*purpurascens
*speciosii5sima
*splendens
*superba
*(var. Sion House)
and
*Perrinii
(syns. Lselia Perrinii
intermedia
angustifolia)
*Pinellii
(syn. Lselia pumila)
quindos, see C. maxima
La
La
La
La
La
La
La
65
Guayra
Guayra
Guayra
Guayra
Guayra
Guayra
Guayra
Guayra
Guayra
Guayra
Guayra
"
Ruckerii,
C.
see
Brazil
Brazil
Trianse
(syn. Epidendrum
*Skinnerii
Cattleya
Hugelianum)
...
and
Trinidad
mala
Guate66
[
*speciosissima (syns. C. Bassetti, C. Lemoinand C. Luddemanniana)
eana,
and C. Warscewiczii
*Trianse (syns. C. Ruckerii
delicata
*delicata
(syn. C. Warscewiczii
*splendens
,,
"
*velutina
Grenada
New
Grenada
Caracas
66
New
Grenada
Brazil
(?)
Rio
(syn. C. Forbesii)
(syn. C. bulbosa)
*vestalis
*Walkerii
Yicinity of
New
Janeiro
Brazil
Brazil
*Warnerii
Warscewiczii,
see
C. Trianse
delicata,see
"
C. Trianae
delicata
CHLOIDIA*flava,
bicolor
Calanthe
see
CHYSISof
Valley
*aurea
Cumancoa,
Venezuela
*bractescens
Mexico
*Limminghei
Central
*lsevis
Brazil
CffiLIAmacrostacliya
see
squarrosa,
America
Guatemala
Arpophyllum
squarrosum
CffiLOGYNE(Eucoelogyne corrugata
of
strictum
*cristata
(syns. Cymbidium
and
speciosissirnum
Cymbidium
*flaccida
(syn. Eucoelogyne flaccida)
C. trisaccata)
and
*Gardneriana
humilis,
see
Pleione
some
ocellata,
*ochracea
...
Nepal
Nepal
Sylhet
and
Khoseea
Hills
124
humilis
lagenaria, see Pleione lagenaria
maculata
(syns. Gomphostylis Candida
Pleione
maculata)
*media
(syn. C. uniflora)
*nitida
(syns. C. ocellata, C. punctulata,
nitidum)
Cymbidium
see
68
Khasya
*corrugata
and
Assam
and
Khasya
Khasya
and
Nepal
C. nitida
Northern
East
Indies
COOL
CGELOGYNE"
*pandurata
143
ORCHIDS.
Continued"
PAGE
(syn. Eucoelogyne pandurata)
Pleione
see
proecox,
INTERMEDIATE
AND
Reichenbachiana,
see
prsecox
Pleione
...
Borneo
Reichenbachiana
*speciosa (syns. C. nigrescens, Chelonanthera
speciosa, and Eucoelogyne speciosa)
...
*Lobbii
Java
Java
Wallichiana,
COLAX"
Jugosis
Wallichiana
Pleione
see
68
Lycaste aromatica
Barringtonii, see Lycaste BarringtoniEe
Harrisonii, see Lycaste Harrisonii
aromaticim,
CRYPTARRHENA*lunata,
see
lunata
Aspasia
see
CYMBIDIUM(syn. Aerides
aloifolium
*altissimum,
East
Borassi)
Oncidium
see
Indies
altissimum
*cordigerum, see Epidendrum
atropurpureum
*crassifolium, see 0. pendulum
*Dayanum
Assam
*eburneum
Khasya
echinocarpum, see C. pendulum
*ensifolium
ensifolium,
(syns. Epidendrum
ensatum)
Chinense, and Limodorum
cochleare
flabellifolium,
see
Zygopetalum
fragrans, see C. sinense
longifolium
*giganteum (syn. Limodorum
guttatum,
Brassia
see
...
...
hyacinthinum,
*juncifolium,
Khoseea
Japan
Hills
East
Indies
East
Indies
70
nodosa
carpum,
crassifolium, C. echinoEpidendrum
pendulum,
Limodorum
Dicheea
echinocarpa, and
pendulum)
(syns.
69
cebolleta
Brassavola
see
...
hyacinthina
Oncidium
superbum
*nodosum,
*pendulum
and
humilis
Bletia
see
see
69
guttata
*Mastersii
,,
China
Sikkim, Himalaya
Pleione
see
...
E.
*Hookerianum
humile,
Mountains
C.
Philipines,
Cuba,
and
Jamaica,
South
Brazil
*atropurpureum
"
prsecox,
sinense
see
Pleione
prgecox
China
(syn. C. fragrans)
speciosissimum, see Coalogyne cristata
striatum, see Bletia hyacinthina
CYPRIPEDIUM(humile) acaule
arietinum
*Ashburtonia3
137
137
(C. barbatum
"
x
C.
insigne) Garden
barbatum
Mount
...
"
*biflorum
Mount
C. barbatum
"
giganteum,
"
*grandifl.orum (syns.
see
,,
giganteum and
majus, see C.
,,
nigrescens,
"
"
grandiflorum
barbatum
majus)
Mount
...
Ophir
barbatum
grandiflorum
C. barbatum
see
nigrum
(syns. C. nigrescens and C.
East
purpureum)
East
*nigrum superbum
C. barbatum
see
purpureum,
nigrum
*nigrum
barbatum
,,
C. barbatum
C.
hybrid
Ophir
Ophir
Indies
Indies
72
72
144
AND
INDEX
OF
LIST
ALPHABETICAL
PAGE
Continued"
CYPBIPEDIUM"
East
*Bullenianum
calceolus
Indies
136
138
candidum
caricinum,
cordigerum
C. Pearceii
see
138
(syns. Selenipedium
*caudatum
C.
Quito
72
...
caudatum
roseum)
super*splendens (syns. C. caudatum
caudatum
and
bum
Selenipedium
splendens)
splendens
superbum, see C. caudatum
72
Panama
Panama
Moulmein
*concolpr
Peru
.*
*Crossii
and
Numegal
(syn. Selenipedium
,,
,,
and
Humboldtii)
*roseum
,,
caudatum
...
cruciforme,
*Dayanum
C. Lowii
see
*Dominianum
(C. Pearceii
=
x
C. caudatum)
72
Borneo
Garden
...
hybrid
72
Assam
*Fairrieanum
136
guttatum
*Hookerise
Humboldtii,
insigne
74
Java
Borneo
*hirsutissimum
C. caudatum
see
74
Nepal
Nepal
Mauleii
74
"
137
Irapeanum
74
Java
Costa Eica
Borneo
*Javanicum
*longifolium
(syn. C. cruciforme)
*Lowii
74
136
macranthum
137
montanum
East
".
*niveum
Indies
...
138
palmifolium
Mountains
*Parishii
Moulmein
*pardinum
Philippines
76
136
parviflprum
passerianum
and
Pearceii
(syns. Selenipedium caricinum
caricinum)
pubescens
*purpuratum
*Reichenbachianum
(syn. C. longifolium)
C. longifolium)
x
Sedeni
(C. Schlimii
Schlimii
(syn. Selenipedium Schlimii)
spectabile
*superbiens (Veitchiiof some)
=
138
C.
Peru
136
...
...
Malay Archipelago
Chiriqui
Garden
hybrid
76
Ocana
North
America
137
...
Java
137
ventricosum
*venustum
...
,"
*spectabile
*vexillarium
(C. Fairrieanum
...
,,
=
x
C.
barbatum)
Garden
Moulmein
*villosum
76
Nepal
Nepal
hybiid
and Tonghoo
76
Mountains
CYRTOCHILUM"
Bictonense
Bictonense, see Odontoglossum
Guatemala
filipes)
filipes(syn. Oncidium
flavescens
*flavescens, see Miltonia
Reichenheimii
Karwinskii, see Odontoglossum
leucochilum
*leucochilum, see Oncidium
cordatum
maculatum, see Odontoglossum
(not
see
Odoncoglossum
pardinum
pardinum,
O. nebulosum
no
,..
CYRTOCHILUM"
*stellatum, see
zanthodon,
INTERMEDIATE
AND
COOL
145
ORCHIDS.
Continued"
PAGE
Miltpniaflavescens
zanthodon
Oncidium
see
CYRTOPERA*flava
(syn. Dipodium
Northern
flavum)
India
CYRTOPODIUMAndersonii
(syns. Cymbidium
comosum)
Andersonii
and
West
Oncidium
Indies
and
cal
Tropi-
and
Mexico
America
punctatun\(syns. c. Wilmorei,
sissima, and
speciosissimum
Heleborineramo-
Epidendrum
punctatum
Guatemala
(syn. Cyrtopera Woodfordii)
Woodfordii
St.Domingo
...
West
Indies, Guiana,
...
and
Brazil
DECKERIAundulata,
undulata
Schomburgkia
see
DENDROBIUM*aggregatum
(syn. D. Lindleyi)
*majus
,,
aphrodite,
D.
see
Bast
Indies
East
Indies
nodatum
D. heterocarpum
aureum
see
aureum,
Barringtonii, see Lycaste Barringtoniae
Mountains
*Bullerianum
near
Moul-
mein
(syn. D. ochraceum)
*cambridgeanum
castum,
see
D.
Khoseea
...
Hills
moniliforme
79
78
Nepal
*chrysanthum
*chrysotoxuni
*superbum
Arracan
Plains
in Burmah
Arracan
Mountains
Mountains
Plains
and
in Burmah
Lycaste Barringtoniae
ciliatum, see
coerulescens
:
*crassinode
Khoseea
Hills
Arracan
Mountains
Assam
*crepidatum
cucullatum,
Pierardi
D.
see
Khoseea
*Devonianum
grandiflorum,
see
Maxillaria
Hills
grandiflora
Lycaste Harisonii
*heterocarpum
(syn. D. pallidum)
aureum
(syn. D. aureum)
*Hillii (syn. D. speciosum Hillii)
Japonicum)
(syn. Onychium
*Japonicum
Harrisonii,
and
96
see
Nepal
Nepal
,,
and
and
Ceylon
Ceylon
...
78
Australia
...
Japan
78
...
80
and
Gardens
of
Java
Javanicum,
see
Eria
stellata
Jenkinsii
Gualpara
.,
*Kingianum
*lasioglossum
D. moniliform
see
Linawianum,
majus
Lindleyi, see D. aggregatum
Australia
*luteolum
moniliforme
Moulmein
and
,,
79
D. castum,
(syns. D. Linawianum,
moniliforme)
Epidendrum
inajus
nobile
...
China
and
China
and
...
Macao
Brocklehurstianum
East
elegans
East
Indies
intermedium
East
Indies
majus
pendulum
pulcherrimum
China
Macao
China
Japan
Japan
...
...
79
79
79
Indies
79
146
INDEX
LIST
ALPHABETICAL
AND
PAGE
Continued"
DENDROBIUM"
Moulmein
aphrodite)
(syn.
nod#tum
D. cambridgeanuxn
see
ochraceum,
D.
pallidum,
78
hetrocarpum
D.
see
*Paxtonii
Hills
Khoseea
...
,(syn.
Pierardi
79
Indies
East
Wallichii
nobile
OP
D.
Plains
cucullatum)
and
Hills in Bur-
and
Hills in Bur-
and
Hills
in Bur-
and
Hills
in Bur-
mah
Plains
"latifolium
mah
Plains
*lutescens
mah
Plains
*majus
mah
*primulinum
East
Indies
*giganteum
pubescens, see Eria pubescens
*pulchellum
East
Indies
,,
Sylhet
Rajabassa
purpureum
,,
sceptrum,
speciosum
Epidendrum sceptrum
see
Hillii,see
squalens,
Maxillaria
see
Jackson, Australia
80
Nepal
(syn. Stachyobium
tricolor, see
Port
80
squalens
"transparens
*triadenium
Jackson, Australia
80
roseum
,,
Port
Hillii
D.
Java
triadenium)
...
tricolor
Maxillaria
New
*undulatum
Holland
DICHJEAechinocarpa,
DISA
Cymbidium
see
pendulum
OR
STENOCORYNE*grandiflora (syns. D. uniflora, Orchis
and
Satyrium grandiflorum)
superba
*longicornu
africana,
"
...
...
,,
...
Cape Colony
Cape Colony
Cape Colony
82
82
82
macrantha
uniflora,
see
D.
grandiflora
DIPODIUMflavum,
see
flava
Cyrtopera
EPIDENDRUM82
album.
aloifolium,
altissimum,
see
see
falcatum
Epidendrum
Oncidium
altissimum
*atropurplireum (sj318-E.
aureo-purpureum,
Limodorum
purpureum,
macrochilum,
and
Cymbidium
cordigerum)
E.
Jamaica
...
and
Grenada
*roseum
{syn.
j,
roeeum)
E.
E.
see
aureo-purpureum,
E.
Venezuela
82
Guatemala
82
...
B^rringtonigs, see
see
82
macrochilum
*aurantiacum
basilare,
New
....
Ly
caste
atro-purpureum
Barringtonias
Stamfordianum
carthaginense, see Oncidium
carthaginense
Cattleyge,see Cattleya luteola
Brassia
caudata
caudatum,
see
cebolleta
cebolleta, see Oncidium
ensifolium
Chinense, see Cymbidium
eiliare (syns. E. cuspidatum and Auliza
latifolium
M
,
ciliaris)Tropical America
Tropical America
148
INDEX
ALPHABETICAL
AtfD
EEIA"
velutina, see Trichotosia
vestita, see Trichotosia
LIST
*AGE
ferox
ferox
ERIOPSISaltissma, see Epidendrum
sceptrum
Epidendrum
...
Socoro
and
Ocaiia
see
84
Grenada
New
*biloba
*rutidobulbon
sceptra,
OF
85
...
sceptrum
*Surinamensis
Surinam
EULOPHIAalbum
alba, see Zygopetalum
cochlearis, see Zygopetalum
cochleare
Mackai
crinita,see Zygopetalum
intermedium
intermedia, see Zygopetalum
maxillare
maxillaris, see Zygopetalum
rostratum
rostrata, see Zygopetalum
GOODYERA
H^MARIA-
or
*discolor
(syns. Gongora
discolor)
Dawsonii, see Ansectochilus
Dominiana, see Anaectochilus
Japonica
discolor
Neottia
and
85
Brazil
Dawsonianus
Dominii
Japan
Japan
macrantha
85
85
phylla var. folus variegata
maculata
(syn. G. picta)
picca, see G. maculata
macro
(syns. Neottia
procera
Stelis
Stelis
procera,
odoratissima,)
odoratissimum,
Tribrachia
and
caudata,
Bolbophyllum
tissima)
odora-
Nepal
pubescens
(syns. Neottia
pubescens, Satyrium
tussaca
repens,
reticulata)
rubicunda
(syn. G. rubro.venia)
rubro-venia, see G. rubicunda
North
America
Manilla
*Veitchii
Garden
velutina
Japan
hybrid
GYAS-
humilis,
Bletia
see
verecunda,
see
hyacinthina
Bletia
verecunda
HABENARIA
PLATANTHERAor
maculosa
alata, see Habenaria
maculosa
brachyceras, see Habenaria
maculata, see H. maculosoa
H.
maculosa
(syns. H. maculata,
Brachyceras,
monorhiza)
Orchis
elata, H.
setacea,and Orchis
Merida,
and
Brazil
margaritacea
H51MARIA
see
Genada,
Antigua
New
Goodyera
HARTWEGIAMexico
*purpurea
HELCIA-
Paccha, Peru
*sanguinolenta
HUNTLEYA"
Candida, see Warscewiczella
cerina, see Peristeria cerina
imbricata, see Zygopetalum
marginata,
see
Warscewiczella
Candida
cochleare
discolor
86
COOL
149
ORCHIDS.
INTERMEDIATE
AND
PAGE
Continued"
HUNTLEYA"
meleagris,
radicans, see
see
meleagris
Batemania
Candida
Warscewicella
Guiana
sessilinora
violacea
Warscewiczella
violacea, see
Wailesii
IONOPSIS
CYBELION-
or
(syns. I. utriculariodes
utricularioides)
*paniculata (syn. I. tenera)
*Gardneriana
'
and
West
Dendrobium
*rosea
Indies
and
Brazil
...Brazil
Brazil
I. paniculata
see
utricularioides,see I. Gardneriana
tenera,
ISANTHEUMlasve,see
Odontoglossum
Reichenheimii
LJELIAviolacea
"
albida
primulina
superba
"
"
anceps
"
Retatulen
87
Guatemala
Guatemala
Guatemala
Mexico
87
87
Mexico
Barkeriana
Dawsoniana
"
86
Retatulen
acuminata
Juquilla,
Mexico
91
88
91
88
Brazil
Brazil
"
"
Brazil
Guatemala
erubescens
flava
(syn. L. caulescens)
furfuracea
Brazil
88
Mexico
89
gigantea, see L. grandiflora
grandiflora (syn. L. gigantea)
Mexico
*grandis
Bahia
Jongheana
Lindleyana
lobata, see Cattleyalobata
majalis (syn. Cattleya Grahami)
...
Brazil
89
Bahia
89
...
Mexico
90
...
Mexico
grandiflora
"
88
Brazil
Turner!
Warnerii
"
Guatemala
peduncularis (see L. erubescens)
Perrinii, see Cattleya Perrinii
Pilcherii
(Cattleya crispa x Cattleya Perrinii)
Mexico
and
Garden
hybrid
praestans
St. Catherine's
=
see
90
90
91
Pinellii
Cattleya
marginata, see Cattleya marginata
Stelzneriana
*purpurata (syns. Leelia
Cattleya Brysiana)
pumila,
...
88
Mechoacan
(syn. Bletia autumnalis)
Boothiana, see Cattleya lobata
Brysiana, see L. purpurata
caulescens, see L. flava
cinnabarium)
cinnabarina
(Epidendrum
crispa, see Cattleya crispa
crispilabia,see Cattleya biflora
*elegans (syn. Cattleya elegans)
Dayana
autumnalis
87
87
91
"
and
Brazil
Brazil
Nelisii
"
picta
splendens
"
,,
Brazil
...
Brazil
*Schilleriana
Brazil
splendens
Stelzneriana, see L. purpurata
Brazil
,,
91
150
INDEX
L2ELIA"
super
AND
ALPHABETICAL
LIST
OF
Continued"
PAGE
Jamaica
biens
and
Mexico
to
Costa
Rica
Rio Negro
91
*"Wallisii
*Xanthina
Brazil
92
LEOCHILUSsanguinolentus,
see
Oncidium
cucullatum
LEPTOTES-
Organ
Organ
bicolor
"
serrulata
LEUCQGLOSSUMBictonense,
see
Odontoglos"um
Mountains
Mountains
...
92
bictonense
LIMODORUMensifolium
Cymbidium
Angraecum f alcatum
see
Incarvilliee,
Phajus grandifolius
longifolium, see Cymbidium
giganteum
pendulum, see Cymbidium
pendulum
atro -purpureum
see
Epidendrum
purpureum,
Tankervilliee,see Phajus grandifolius
ventricosum, see Calanthe bicolor
bicolor
veratrifolium, see Calanthe
ensatum,
see
f alcatum,
LYCASTE,
see
also MAXILLARIA--
see
albida,
see
L.
Skinnerii
delicatissima
aromatica
(syns. Maxillaria
aromatica, Colax
Mexico
aromaticus)
Balsamia, see L. cruenta
BarBarringtoniaa (syns. L. ciliata,Maxillaria
ringtoniae, Colax
Barringtoniae, Dendrobium
Barringtonise, Epidendrum
Dendrobium
ciliaBarringtotiise, and
and
Jamaica
turn)
ciliata,see
93
Cuba
L.
Barringtoniae
cruenta
and
(syns. L. Balsamea
cruenta)
Deppei (syn. Maxillaria
Deppei)
Maxillaria
Guatemala
93
Mexico
fulvescens
and
Merida
St.
gigantea (syn. Maxillaria Heynderyxii)
(syns. Maxillaria
Harrisoniae, Colax
Harrisonii, Dendrobium
Harrisonii,
Bifrenaria
Harrisonii, and
Lycaste
Martha
New
nada
Gre93
Harrisonii
Lawrenceana)
Heynderyxii, see L. gigantea
lanipes (syn. Maxillaria
lanipes)
Lawrenceana, see L. Harrisonias
macrophylla (syn. Maxillaria
macrophylla)
plana
Skinnerii
(syn.Maxillaria Skinnerii)
"
atro-rubens
delicatissima
93
New
93
Grenada
Caracas
...
Bolivia
Guatemala
Guatemala
(syn. L. albida)
Guatemala
pallida
Guatemala
purpurata
Guatemala
rosea
Guatemala
Guatemala
superba
virginalis
tetragona (syn. Maxillaria
MACROCHILUS*^ryanus,
Brazil
see
Miltonia
Guatemala
tetragona)
spectabilis
Rio
Janerio
94
151
ORCHIDS.
INTERMEDIATE
AND
COOL
MALAXIS-
*"GB
*caudata,
Brassia
see
caudata
MASDEVALLIAcandida,
M.
see
Tovarensis
America
Chimgera
South
civilis colibri
Peru
95
coccinea
Pamplona
95
Brazil
elephanticeps
(syn. Pleurothallis
fenestrata
atro-purpurea)
Jamaica
and
Cuba
...
Harryana
T.
ignea
95
Lindenii
95
95
maculata
octhoides
Brazil
pumila
polyantha
Peru
Tovarensis
(syn. M.
Tovar, Columbia
Candida)
...
MAXILLARIA,
see
anatomorum,
aromatica,
aurantiaca,
96
96
Veitchiana
see
see
aureo-f ulva,
see
also
LYCASTE-
M.
venusta
Lycaste aromatica
see
aurantiaca
Bifrenaria
Bifrenaria
aureo-fulva
barbata, see Bifrenaria vitellina
Barringtoniae, see Lycaste Barringtoniae
Brocklehurstiana
Brocklehurstiana, see Houlettia
cristata,Paphinia cristata
cruenta, see Lycaste cruenta
deflexa,
see
M.
tricolor
(syns. Arundina
densa
flora, Ornithidium
densa,
Calanthe
densi-
Sylhet
densum)
Deppei, see Lycaste Deppei
gracilis,see M. tricolor
grandiflora (syns. Broughtonia grandiflora
Dendrobium
grandiflorum)
Hadwenii
Hadwenii, see Scuticaria
Harrissoniaa, see Lycaste Harrissoniaa
lanipes, see Lycaste lanipes
leptosepala
leucochila, see M. punctata
lineata,see M. punctata
and
Andes
La
of Paraquay
96
...
Guayra
lutea, see M. punctata
luteo-alba, see M. punctata alba
Lyncea, see Stanhopea Devoniensis
macrophylla, see Lycaste macrophylla
marginata, see M. tricolor
nigrescens (syn. M. rubrofusca)
Merida
ochro-leuca
Brazil
pantherina, see M. tricolor
pendulgeflora, see M. tricolor
picta
psittacina,see Aspasia psittacina
pulchella)
pulchella (syn. Arundina
punctulata, see M. tricolor
punctata (syns. M. gracilis,M. lineata,M. leucochila, and M. lutea)
alba
(syn. M. luteo-alba)
Rollissonii
Kollissonii,see Promenaea
rubrofusca, see M. nigrescens
and
rufescens
rufescens
M.
(syns. Xylobium
vanillodora)
,,
...
...
Brazil
Java
Brazil
Merida
Trinidad,
Venezuela
Cuba,
and
152
INDEX
MAXILLARIA"
LIST
ALPHABETICAL
AND
OP
P^-G*
Continued"
Skinnerii, see Lycaste Skinnerii
splendens
squalens, Xylobium
squalens (syns. Dendrobium
Peru
...
Janerio
squalens)
stapelioides,see Prqmensea stapelioides
Steelii
Steelii,see Scuticaria
aureo-fulva
stenopetala, see Bifrenaria
Bio
tenuifolia
Mexico
tetragona, see Lycaste tetragona
tricolor (syns. Dendrobium
tricolor,Cymbidium
marginatum, M. deflexa, M. pantherina,
M.
M. penduliflora,M. punctulata, and
marginata)
vanillodora, see M. rufescens
variabilis
(syn. M. Henchmanni)
venusta
(syn. M. anatomorum
?)
vitellina
vitellina,see Bifrenaria
Peru
MESOSPINIDIUM*sanguineum
Mexico
97
Ocana
Mountains
Ecuador
in
1(
100
*vulcanicura
MILTONIAanceps,
see
bicolor,
see
Odontoglossum
anceps
M. spectabilisbicolor
*candida
*grandiflora
"
*Jenischiana
"
*cereola
*Clowesii
(syn.
Brassia
(syn. M.
grandiflora)
Clowesii
Clowesii)
and
"
98
glossum
Odonto-
Organ
...
Organ
major
venusta
,,
97
Brazil
...Brazil
Brazil
flavescens
"
Brazil
...
*cuneata
(syn. M. speciosa)
*flavescens
(syias.M. stellata, Odontoglossum
Organ
Organ
Mountains
Mountains
Mountains
Garden
*Moreliana
Brazil
=
Brazil
hybrid
99
Brazil
atrorubens
pulchella, see Odontoglossum
phalsenopsis
*Regnelli
speciosa, see M. cuneata
*spectabilis(syn. Marochilus
Fryanus)
bicolor
(syn. M. bicolor)
Brazil
98
Brazil
Brazil
99
Brazil
obscura
purpurea
Brazil
rosea
Brazil
99
...
Brazil
superba
virginalis
M.
98
Mountains
...
stellata, see
...
98
Brazil
stellatum, Cyrtochilum stellatum, and
Cyrtochilum flavescens)
*f estiva
x
M.
(M. flavescens
spectabilis)
Jenischiana
grandiflora, see M. Candida
Reichenheimii
Karwinskii, see Odontoglossum
,,
...
99
Brazil
flavescens
(syn. Oncidium
.
*Warscewiczii
fuscatum)
...
Cuchero,
Peru
99
NANODESMedusse
100
Ecuador
NASONIA"
cinnabarina, see N. punctata
(syn. N. cinnabarina)
punctata
Mountains
Peru
splendida
Peru
of
Elsisme,
101
153
OKCHIDS.
INTERMEDIATE
AND
COOL
NEOTTIA"
*^GE
cordatum
Nephelaphyllum
and
*Lindleyana
(syns. Spiranthes bicolor
Caracas
Spiranthes Lindleyana)
"maculata
Himaculatum,
(syns. Satyrium
secundifiorum, Physurus
mantoglossum
niaculatus,and Platistylusatlanticus)...West Indies
see
Goodyera procera
procera,
pubescens, see Goodyera pubescens
(syns. Stenorrnyncus
speciosus,
speciosa
Ibjdium
Sarcoglottis
speciosum, and
cordata,
see
West
speciosa)
,
Indies and
America
cal
Tropi-
NEPHELAPHYLLUM*cordatum
Neottia
cordata,
Ophrys
Listera cordata, Serapis cordata,
(syns.
cordata,
"c.)
North.
and
Europe
America
pulchrum,
Ansectochilus
see
pulcher
Java
*tenuiflorum
ODONTOGLOSSUMaffine,see
Reichenneimii
O.
(syns. O.
(syn. Miltonia
Alexandras
anceps
Bluntii
O. crispum)
and
Bogota
...
anceps)
and
Paxo
...
Brazil
102
Merida
angustatum
apterum, see
O.
Rossii
113
Andersonianum
102
astranthum
,
Tropical
New
aureo-purpureum
Bictonense
(syns. Leucoglossum
Bictonense,
Cyrtochilum
petalum Africanum)
splendens (superbum)
"
102
America
Grenada
102
Bictonense,
and
Zygo-
4
Guatemala
103
Guatemala
103
blandum
103
Bluntii,
see
O. Alexandra
102
brevifolium
candelabrum,
see
O.
coronarium
cariniferum
Chiriqui
...
Cervantesii
Mexico
membranaceum,
"
see
O.
membrana-
103
ceum
Chimborazo
cirrhosum
(syn. O. Lichterveldia)
(syn. Oncidium
*citrosmum
roseum
"
cordatum
Mexico
103
Mexico
104
Galeottia-
num)
O. maculatum,
(syns. O. Hookerianum,
Oncidium
Cyrtochilum maculatum,
and
Xanthochilum
tum)
cordamaculatum,
VeraCruz
(syn. O. candelabrum)
coronarium
crispum,
see
Sierra
104
Nevada
...
O. Alexandra
102
coradinei
105
cristatum
...
Peru
105
crocidipterum
105
Dawsonianum
Ehrenbergii
gloriosum
*grande
pallidum,
superbum
"
104
...'
see
O.
Mexico
and
Mexico
Guatemala
New
Grenada
Guatemala
...
Schlieperianum
"
Guatemala
Forests of Pamplona
106
106
106
113
107
...
Hallii
^
...
107
154
INDEX
ODONTOGLOSSUM"
hastatum
and
AND
ALPHABETICAL
LIST
OP
Continued"
PAGB
(syns. Odontoglossum
Oncidium
hastatum)
phyllochilum
and
Mexico
New
Grenada
hastilabium
West
Indies
zuela
Vene-
and
107
Hookerianum, see O. cordatum
hystrix, see O. luteo-purpureum
*Insleayi (syns O. Lawrenceana
Insleayi Barkerii)
Karwinskii, see
107
and
Oncidium
107
Mexico
0. Reichenheimii
*Krameri
Costa
leeve,see O. Reichenheimii
O. Insleayi
Lawrenceanum,
see
New
Lindleyanum
Lichterveldia, see O. citrosmum
luteo-purpureum (syns. O. hystrix, O. radietum,
New
Euodontoglossum
leuto-purpureum)
...
Rica
107
...
Grenada
108
Grenada
maculatum
108
membranaceum
(syns. O. Cervantesii
membra-
naceum)
roseum
,,
Mexico
103
Mexico
103
miniatum
myanthum
New
ntevium
New
,
109
Ocana
109
nebulosum
Mexico
109
candidum
nobile,see O. Pescatorei
Guatemala
majus
"
,,
109
Ill
odoratum
,
"
Grenada
Grenada
110
Merida
O.
(syn. Cyrtochilum
pardinum
pardinum,
Peru
nebulosum)
Pescatorei
New
Grenada
(syn. O. nobile)
New
Grenada
splendens
Forests
of Aspasica
*Phal"enopsis (syn. Miltonia pulchella)
phyllochilum, see O. hastatum
platyodon
Mexico
and
Guatemala
pulchellum
Guatemala
and
Mexico
majus
radiatum, see O. luteo-purpureum
Reichenheimii
(syns. Isantheum
laeve,O. affine,
O.
Oncidium
leeve, O.
Karwinskii,
and
Karwinskii, Miltonia
Karmnskii,
and
Guatemala
Mexico
cyrtochilum Karwinskii)
110
Ill
Ill
,,
...
Ill
112
112
112
"
Rossii
(syns. O. apterum,
and
O. Warnerii)
...
112
113
Ecuado
roseum
108
Guatemala
and
Mexico
113
Rqezlii
Schlimii
Ocana
'
...
Schlieperianum (syn. O. grande pallidum)
stellatum, see Miltonia flavescens
Barkerii
tigrinum, see Oncidium
tripudians
triumphans
(syn. Zanthoglossum
triumphans)
Costa
...
Uro-Skinnerii
vexillarium
Wallisii
Warnerii,
Weltonii,
113
114
114
New
Grenada
Guatemala
114
115
115
New
see
see
O. Rossii
Oncidium
Warscewiczii
Grenada
115
Weltonii
116
zebrinum
(ECEOCLADES"
falcata,
Rica
see
maculata,
falcatum
maculatum
Trichocentrum
Angraecum
see
156
INDEX
AND
LIST
ALPHABETICAL
OF
PA.GK
Continued"
ONCIDIUM"
hastatum
hastatum, see Odontoglossum
O. Carthaginense
see
Henchmanni,
O. maxilliand
*Mans
(syns. O. quadricorne
Brazil
gerum)
Peru
holochrysum
O. Carthaginense
see
Huntianum,
Peru
hyphEematicum
Mexico
incurvum
O.
(syn.
albo-violaceum)
Insleayi
Insleayi Barkerii, see Ondontoglossum
Janeirense, O. longipes
juncifolium,see
107
O. cebolletum
Karwinskii, see O. Reichenheimii
Krameri, see O. papilio Krameri
Peru
leopardinum (syn O. semele)
and
leucochilum
leucochilum) Mexico
(syn. Cyrtochilum
and
Mexico
pictum
and
Mexico
splendens
O. oxycanand
longipes (syns. O. Janeirense
Rio Janeiro
thosmum)
Rio
Janeiro
superbum
macranthum
Guayaquil
"
119
Guatemala
Guatemala
Guatemala
,,
"
119
120
Marshallianum
nubigenum
obryzatum
Orniand
ornithocephalum (syns. O. abortivum
thocephalus arbortivus)
ornithorrhyncum
O. longipes
see
oxycanthosmum,
Phalaenopsis
*phymatochilum
puberum, see O. pubes
*pubes (syns. O. pyramidale, O. bicornutum,
and
0 puberum)
*pulvinatum
majus
pyramidale, see O. pubes
O. sarcodes
see
Rigbyanum,
O.
see
Carthaginense
roseum,
sanguineum
sanguineum, see O. Carthaginense
*sarcodes
(syn. C, Rigbyanum)
semele, see O. leopardinum
serratum
(syn. O. diadema)
Bcuado
Peru
and
New
Grenada
...
Guatemala
and
Mexico
120
120
Guatemala
120
Ecuado
Mexico
Rio
Janeiro
.
Mexico
and
Brazil
Brazil
,,
121
Brazil
Regions
Cold
equator
Guatemala
Grenada
New
splendidum
superbiens (syn. O. semulum)
tigrinum, see O. Barkerii
unguiculatum, see O. Barkerii
Brazil
"
...
New
Weltonii)
...
(syn. Cyrtochilum Zanthodon)
Zanthodon
ONYCHIUM*
Japonicum,
see
Dendrobium
japonicum
OPHEYSsee
ORCHISAfricana,
see
Grenada
Guatemala
*Wentworthianum
cordata,
Rica
Costa
(syn. Odontontoglossum
Weltonii
Nephelaphyllum
Disa
cordatum
grandiflora
falcata,see Angraecum
the
121
121
121
*varicosum
Warscewiczii
"
of
f alcatum
Ecuador
...
COOL
Continued"
ORCHIS"
monorrhiza, see
setacea,
Habenaria
bicolor
Calanthe
triplicata,see
maculosa
maculosa
Habenaria
see
157
ORCHIDS.
INTERMEDIATE
AND
ORNITHOCEPHALUSabortivus,
Oncidium
see
PACHYNE"
spectabilis,see
ornithocephalum
Phajus grandifolias
PALUMBIHTA-
(syn. Oncidium
candida
PERISTERIA,
56
also ACINETA"
see
56
Barkerii
Barkerii, see Acineta
*cerina
cerina
(syns. Pescatorea
and
Huntleya
cerina)
...
Panama
Galeotti, see P. longicarpa
Humboldtii
Humboldtii, see Acineta
*longicarpa (syn. P. Galeotti)
Guiana
122
56
122
cerina
Peristeria
see
(syns.Zygopetalum
*fimbriata
Main
Spanish
*elata
PESCATOREAcerina,
122
Mexico
candidum)
Wallisi
and
P.
Ecuadar
Wallisi)
Wallisi, see P. fimbriata
PHAJUS-
Bensonise,
see
in
Plains
alba)
(syn. Thunia
Augustinianus, see
albus
Burmah
P. cupreus
Bensonise
Thunia
(syn. P. Augustinianus)
(syns. Bletia
*grandifolius, Lour.
cupreus
Tanker
Amboyna
villise,
Tankervillise, L. Inear-
limodorum
and
villise,
Pachyne
spectabilis)
...
Kong,
Hong
Tropical America
Jamaica,
and
122
Lindl., see P. Wallichi Lindl.
*irroratus
(P. grandifolius x Calanthe yestita
Garden
Hybrid
alba)
*maculatus
(syns. Bletia flava and Bletia WoodNepal
fordii)
*Wallichii, Lindl. (syn. P. grandifolius, Lindl.) Sylhet
"
=
...
PILUMNA"
fragrans, see Trichopilia fragrans
laxa, see Trichopilia laxa
PLATANTHERA,
see
123
HABENARIA
PLEIONE(syn. Coslogyne Hookeriana)
(syns. Coelogyne humilis, Cymbidium
humile)
humile, and Epidendrum
lagenaria (syn. Coelogyne lagenaria)
Hookeriana
humilis
Sikkim
...
East
maculata, see Coalogyne maculata
Epidendrum
(syns. Cymbidium
prsecox,
praecox
and
Coelogyne pragcox)
prsecox,
ReichenReichenbachiana
(syn. Ccslogyne
bachiana)
PLETTROTHALLISatropurpurea,
Masdevallia
fenistrata
Khoseea
124
125
Assam
and
Nepal
of
Mountains
...
Arracan
125
125
Indies
Arracan
see
124
and
Assam
Hills
East
Schilleriana
Wallichiana
Indies
...
Mountains
...
125
158
INDEX
AND
Eria
pubescens
ALPHABETICAL
LIST
OF
POLYSTACHIApubescens,
see
12o
RESTREPIA"
of Paraguay
Andes
and
Venezuela
Ecuador
antennifera
elegans (syn.
R.
punctata)
punctata,
R.
elegans
see
...
126
Peru
tentaculata
SARCOCHILUSHunter's
Near
falcatus
River,
Australia
Neottia
see
59
Limo-
"unguiculatum)
dorum
SARCOSLOTTISspeciosa,
striata and
(syns. Calanthe
ungniculatus
Manilla,
Japan
China,
and
speciosa
SATYRIUMbracteatum,
Spiranthes lineata
Disa
grandinora
Spiranthes lineata
see
grandiflorum,
lineatum,
maculatum,
see
striatum,
Neottia
see
Goodyera
see
repens,
see
maculata
pubescens
Ansectochilus
see
striatus
SELENIPEDIUMcaricinuni,
caudatum,
see
see
roseum,
"
Pearceii
Cypripedium
caudatum
Cypripedium
see
Cypripedium
caudatum
roseum
splendens, see Cypripedium
splendens
Pearceii
Pearceii, see Cypripedium
Schlimii
Schlimii, see Cypripedium
caudatum
"
SOBRALIAcitrina,
decora
see
Cattleya citrina
(syn. S. Galeottianum
Peru
Peru
dichotomy
,,
minor
Galeottiana,
liliastrum
Peru
decora
see
(syn. Epidendrum
liliastrum)
...
macrantha
"
splendens
Peru, Mexico,
Brazil
and
Guatemala
127
Oaxaca
and
Guatemala
127
rosea
Peru
Ruckerii
Ocana
violacea
Merida
SOPHRONITEScernua
(syns. S. nutans, S. Hoffmanseggii,
S. isopetala)
coccinea
isopetala, see
S.
of
coccinea
some])
and
and
Ecuador
and
Rio
coccinea
Hoffmanseggii, see S. cernua
(syns. Cattleya
grandinora
Janeiro
Organ
Mountains
Organ
Mountains
Organ
Mountains
128
...
128
[S.
128
...
cernua
vioiacea
STELIS"
caudata, see Goodyera procera
odoratissima, see Goodyera pro'cera
STENIA*fimbriata
Guiana,
and
Oaxaca
ISew
Granada
128
159
ORCHIDS.
INTERMEDIATE
AND
COOL
STENORRHYNCUSTropical America
*coccineus
Neottia
epeciosus, see
speciosa
THUNIAalbus
Phajus
*alba, see
Arracan
(syn. Phajus Bensonige)
*Bensomee
and
Moulmein
Mountains
TRIBRACHIAodoratissima,
Goodyera
see
procera
TRICHOCENTRUM*albo-purpureum
cornucopise
maculatum
(syns.Angrsecum
Negro, "c.
Rio
Peru,
129
Peru
maculatum.CEceo-
Pinellii
New
Grenada
Brazil
*tigrinum
Brazil
cladesmaculata,andGeodorumpictum)
129
TRICHOPILIA"
albida,
fragrans
T.
see
(syn. T. marginata)
*coccinea
Costa
costata...
*crispa
fragrans (syns. T.
hymenantha
laxa
(syn. Pilumna
marginata,
130
Mexico
albida
and
Pilumna
fragrans) Popayan
and
Merida
Ocana
laxa)
Popayan
T. coccinea
see
*suavis
Costa
tortilis
Mexico
Rica
130
130
Mexico
alba
,,
129
Rica
Grenada
New
Costa
"turialvse
TRICHOTOSIAferox
(syns. Eria velutina
and
Eria
vestita)
...
Rica
Java
TUSSACA"
Goodyera
reticulata, see
pubescens
UROPEDIUMCordilleras,
Lindenii
Maracaybo
near
Lake
131
VANDA"
V.
(syn.
coerulea
Reichb.
ccerulescens,
non
ccerulescens,non
fils)
Griff, and
Reichb.
Griff, and
see
fils,
Khasya
131
Sylhet
133
East
Indies
132
New
Grenada
V.
131
coerulea
*teres
"
(syn. Dendrobium
teres)
Andersonii
WARREAcandida,
see
Warscewiczella
Candida
digitata,see
Warscewiczella
Candida
Lindeniana
marginata, see Warscewiczella
quadrata, see Warscewiezella
discolor
discolor
tricolor
Brazil
ampla
Wailesiana,
Brazil
,,
see
Warscewiczella
Candida
WARSCEWICZELLAaromatica,
*candida
see
Lycaste
aromatica
Candida, W. Wailesiana,
(syns.Warrea
H.
W. digitata,Huntleya
Candida, and
radicans)
Bahia
160
COOL
AND
WAKSCEWICZELLA"
cochlearis,
see
Warrea
marginata,
Zygopetalum
*jonoleuron
marginata,
*violacea
ORCHIDS.
Continued"
cochleare
Zygopetalum
(syns. Huntleya marginata,
*discolor
*velata
INTERMEDIATE
Warrea
quadrata,
and
fragrans)
Costa
Rica
Brazil
"W. discolor
see
(syn. Zygopetalum
(syns. Huntleya
violacea)
velatum)
violacea
New
and
Grenada
Bollea
Surinam
and
Demerara
XANTOCHILUMcordatum,
Odontoglossum
see
XANTOGLOSSTJMtriumphans,
see
cordatum
Odontoglossum
triumphans
ZYGOPETALUMaromaticum
133
Odontoglossum bictonense
album
(syn. Eulophia alba)
brachypetalum
wiczella
*cochleare
(syns. Eulophia cochlearis,Warscenabellicochlearis, Cymbidun
folium, and Huntleya imbricata
africanum,
see
...
crinitum,
fragrans,
see
Z. Mackai
see
Warscewiczella
...
133
Trinidad
133
discolor
gramineum
133
and Eulophia
(syns. Z. velutinum
Brazil
intermedia)
*Mackai
(syns. Z. crinitum, Eulophis
crinita,
andE.
Brazil
Mackai)
intermedium
coeruleum
fragrans,
ma
jus, see
see
Z.
macranthum
minor,
see
Warscewiczella
discolor
Mackai
macranthum
(syn. Z.
Mackai
major)
parvinorum
Z. Mackai
pallidum
parviflorum (syn. Z.
Brazil
Brazil
...
velutinum
Brazil
,,
(syn. Eulophia maxillaris)
(syn. Eulophia rostrata)
(syn. Eulophia stenochila)
*maxillare
rostratum
stenochilum
see
Wallisi, see
Warscewiczella
Pescatorea
AT
THE
GARDEN
Brazil
Demerara
Brazil
velata
fimbriata
THE
PRINTED
...
Brazil
superbum
velatum,
Brazil
...
Brazil
minor)
Mackai
roseum
"
133
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