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    The Mad Orchidist

     

     
    A blog about hybridizing and growing orchids from seed in a home laboratory. California, USA.

     

    Editor's Note:   Not much activity on this blog, in the interest of preserving this special interest topic, considering archiving its contents here.

     

     

     

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    The magazine is published 4 times a year, not including special issues.  Subscriptions start at $40.00 per year.  On the web site you can browse excerpts from current and past issues, and in the NVOS library are back issues that you can check out for free.    

     

     

     

     

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    Welcome to the Internet Orchid Species Photo Encyclopedia

    17,867! species in 863 genera

    This Site Dedicated to Orchid Lovers Everywhere!

     

    This site is compiled from photos collected from growers or photo collectors around the world and I rely on them to try to be sure of their identification. As we all know, however, many plants are mislabeled and growers and collectors can't know all species in every genera, so please be advised that to the best of our knowledge the following ID's are correct.

     

     

     

     

     

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    WELCOME TO THE ORCHIDS WIKI

    A Science wiki from Wikia

    We document plants from the Orchidaceae family,

    which has the largest amount of flowering plants

     

    The Orchids Wiki is a community that focuses on providing the best information on orchids and orchid culture.

     

    We are currently editing 4,179 articles!

     

    All pages can be edited and you are welcome to join us and contribute to this wiki. Everyone is free to create a new page or edit existing pages.

     

     

     

     

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    A large and extensive collection of discussions regarding anything related to orchids.

     

     

     

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    OrchidWire is designed, coded, and maintained by Wendell Kozak. He is in on Vancouver Island, off the west coast of Canada's mainland.  He started this project in 1996 as "Pollinia". Pollinia was a web directory, combined with a web crawler, that indexed only orchid-related sites. Both the crawling and serving was done over a dedicated 56K modem!  In 1999 HeI registered the orchidwire.com domain name. Since that time the site has undergone many changes.   The main focus now is on making OrchidWire the most comprehensive source for orchid site listings available! Listings are free.  The Napa Valley Orchid Society is included on this site.

     

    This site is visited by people from over 120 countries every month. I hope you enjoy your visit here, and discover many interesting sites about orchids. Please come back often!

     

     

     

    Editor's note:  I used this web source, focusing on "United States > California" and listed many of those web sites (links) on this web site.  

     

     

     

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