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5 Biggest Orchid Care Mistakes (and How to solve Them) is an online manual helping orchid growers with the secrets to healthy orchids. It provides knowledge on orchids, the common mistakes growers make, and how to remedy them. After reading and applying what you learn from this book, you will have healthier orchids. The author of this book is Mary Ann Berdak. She has written various books on how to take care of orchids. Moreover, she is a publisher of OrchidCareZone.com. Therefore, she has experience in orchid care hence her advice, tricks, secrets, and tips can be trusted. This manual is helpful for both beginners and experts in growing orchids. It can be downloaded in a PDF format from the official website. Give your orchid plants the care they deserve by getting hold of this book. Remember, reading alone isn't enough, application matters. Ensure you use the tips, secrets, and tricks you learn on your orchids for healthier and brilliant plants. Read more...

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Cacti in Horticulture

Like orchid fanciers, many people vie to have collections of cacti with as many different species (or names) as possible. Vast numbers of plants of Echinocactus, Echinocereus, Epiphyl-lum, Gymnocalycium, Mammillaria, and Rebutia are propagated commercially in nurseries, especially in southern California, Arizona, and New Mexico. Cactus nurseries produce wonderful specimens in short periods of time, making the industry a profitable one. Many nurseries distribute catalogs of their current offerings as well as selling specimens locally. Several million plants are produced annually worldwide.

Cephalocereus moritzianus Otto

This species is common above La Guayra and about Puerto Cabello, Venezuela, especially about the latter place, where it is the most common cactus seen, being abundant both on the hills and on the flats near the sea. Its branches are often overrun by orchids, vines, and bromeliads.

Epiphyllum

Many think of Epiphyllum and orchid cactus as synonymous, but orchid cacti are now placed in Schlumbergera or Diso-cactus, closely related genera in the same tribe, Hylocereeae. One encounters numerous so-called epiphyllum hybrids, which in fact rarely involve species of Epiphyllum as a parent. Rather, these magnificent plants, bearing shimmering, iridescent flowers, are mostly hybrids of related genera such as Disocactus, Pseudorhipsalis, and Selenicereus.

Stapelieae

The flowers of the Stapelieae are structurally the most complicated in all succulents, and show a high level of evolution comparable to that of the orchids, with which this group shows certain evolutionary parallels. In explaining the structure of the commonest species, Orbea (Stapelia) variegala (19.7), it will help to have in view the diagram of a simple flower of Crassula (2.18) in order to understand the ways in which the consecutive whorls of floral parts have been transformed. In a flower such as Crassula. each anther is two-lobed and splits vertically to shed a cloud of dust-like pollen on either side. This is not so in Stapelieae. The contents of each anther lobe remain stuck together, and each pair of pollen bodies is linked by a yoke bearing two wing-likeappendagesorcarriers. Wecall such an organ a pollinium, and it has a counterpart in the orchid Family.

Origin and diversity

Difficulties of defining a succulent make the limits of our subject somewhat elastic. Some would include the halo-phytes, and some the yuccas, which show fleshiness of a sort in their stems although many are hardy enough to withstand frost. Others would include orchids (several of which qualify on all counts) and bromeliads members of the pineapple Family now so popular as house plants. To include such plants would broaden the scope of this book considerably, and these two large and highly individual Families are more suitable for specialist treatment by themselves. stage has been occupied by orchids, ferns, palms and other novelties as fashion dictated. Now, however, there are succulent plant societies (usually burdened with the tiresome tautonym Cactus and Succulent Society of ) in America. Europe. South Africa. Australia. New Zealand and Japan. The demand for plants keeps many nurseries, large and small, in business indeed, the drain upon habitats to supply imported plants has...

Physiology

The great majority of cacti carry out the special photosynthetic process called crassulacean acid metabolism (cam), a phenomenon also found in the stonecrop family Crassulaceae, an unrelated family of succulents, and other plants that must cope with a limited supply of water, including agaves, yuccas, bromeliads, and many orchids (Mauseth 1991,268-269). It is a kind of photosynthesis that minimizes the use of water by the plant.

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