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Re: ground orchid?


Theresa,

I've forgotten where in California you are, but the folks at The Orchid
Connection in San Diego specialize in easy, outdoor species.
http://www.orchidconnection.com/intro.htm

Also,  the Santa Barbara Orchid Estate  http://www.sborchid.com/index.php
specializes in "outdoor temperature tolerant varieties".

There is also a book, The Wild Orchids of California by R. A. Coleman that
might be helpful.  If it isn't in your public library, check the AOS website
for the local orchid society; most maintain a library as well as many local
growers who can tell you what will grow in your area.

And there is always the California Orchid Society,
http://www.orchidsocietyofcalifornia.com/  where there is lots of
information.

Scottie

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