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The Orchids of Maine

Jean W. Cameron

The Orchids of Maine

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Published by University of Maine Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Nature,
  • Nature / Field Guide Books

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11274304M
    ISBN 100891010017
    ISBN 109780891010012
    OCLC/WorldCa4611677

    Orchids in the United States. Alabama (5) Alaska (1) Arizona (7) Arkansas (2) California Variety of orchids, supplies, books and equipment offered. FAQs. Plant of the week. Established newsletters, contact, and membership information. Founded Orono, Maine, United States. Tri-Cities Orchid Society. Membership, events, and.


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Zanoni, Jean Wallace Cameron. Buy The Orchids of Maine by Jean W Cameron online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now. The Orchids of Maine by Jean W. Cameron. University of Maine Press, Paperback. Acceptable. Disclaimer:A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact.

Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers. The Orchids of Maine by Jean W Cameron,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The Orchids of Maine, By Jean Wallace Cameron; Field guide to native orchids in the state of Maine.

Book offers identification of orchids through a dichotomous key and line drawings. Descriptions of each species include the origin of the orchid name, habitat.

The bulk of the book takes us across the world with fascinating orchids and their names – like Blue Fairies, Flying Duck, and Modest Jewel Orchid. Each orchid occupies a page with all the technical information tucked up neatly at the top next to a miniature map Cited by: 1.

The following are a series of articles by John A. Mattor about native orchids found in New England. Calypso bulbosa L. • The Eastern Fairy Slipper. Cypripedium acaule • The Moccasin Flower. Cypripedium arietinum (R. Brown) • The “Ram’s Head” Lady Slipper. Dactylorhiza viride • Long The Orchids of Maine book Green Orchid.

Native Orchids at the Wild Gardens of Acadia. By Geneva Langley, Wild Gardens of Acadia Supervisory Gardener The late arrival of spring this year brought a special surprise for many of our Wild Gardens visitors: yellow lady’s-slippers (Cypripedium parviflorum.

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Cameron. Orono: Univ of Maine. VG PB. Orchids native to Maine have an elusiveness and delicacy that give them a special charm setting them apart from more. common members of the plant world. They are seldom abundant but one species or another may be found. Buy The Orchids of Maine by Jean W.

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published as v. 53, no. 12 University of Maine Bulletin, April, Description. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wallace, Jean Elizabeth. Orchids of Maine. Orono, Printed at the University Press, (OCoLC)   The bulk of the book takes us across the world with fascinating orchids and their names – like Blue Fairies, Flying Duck, and Modest Jewel Orchid.

Each orchid The Orchids of Maine book a page with all the technical information tucked up neatly at the top next to a miniature map of the world and the location of that orchid on the map/5(34).

Book of Orchids Withner, Dr. Carl Botanical Orchids and How to Grow Them Kramer, Jack Complete Guide to Maine's Orchids Kenan, Philip E. This book is about the search for rare species of Orchids in the 's. It is set in the jungle between Columbia and Venezuela. It is a hard to find book and expensive as it /5.

Former small town police chief turned CIA Special Agent Holly Barker tracks a dangerously clever killer in this explosive thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author Stuart Woods.

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Showy Orchid (Galearis spectabilis (L.) Rafinesque)By Sue Trull. Showy orchid is a beautiful pink-purple and white orchid of deciduous woodlands in the eastern United States. Also known as showy orchis, purple-hooded orchid, or gay orchid, it is a perennial monocot of the Orchid family (Orchidaceae).

The full details of each orchid book review is shown below: Orchid Book Review: Orchid Growers Companion. Author: David Banks. At over pages the Orchid Growers Companion by David Banks has a great range of information for orchid lovers.

50% of the pages are dedicated to orchid care advice, the other half is a directory of orchid species.

These orchids have big fuchsia or white petals and sepals surrounding a delicately proportioned “lip” and “throat” (i.e., the flower’s sex organs). Or maybe they picture the pale and eerie ghost orchid, the subject of Susan Orlean’s The Orchid Thief, a book that served as source material for the Academy Award–winning movie.

This orchid book is ideal for the beginning orchid grower. As with all of the “Dummies” books, the details are outstanding while the information is presented in an easy-to-understand manner.

For example, one of the interesting facts presented within the book is that there were million orchids sold in the United States in the last year.

Orchid explorers and authors Paul Martin Brown and Stan Folsom have spent the season documenting all of the wild orchids found in the White Mountains or New Hampshire and nearby Maine. In addition to finding new locations for many of the rare and common orchids in the area, they also have found several new species for the region.

Or maybe you think of Susan Orleans' best-selling book-then-movie, The Orchid Thief, which featured crazed collectors in steamy swamps of the Deep South.

But are there really orchids up here in the Maine woods. While tropical climes do boast many thousands of the world's 28,plus orchid species, they're distributed all over the world. My best reference books are Taylors Guide to Orchids and Botanica's Orchids.

For learning, Northers's Orchids as House plants is good. And for me Steven A. Frowine has a book I use called Fragrant Orchids. If you join the AOS, they have a Your First Orchid Booklet and then there is John Tullocks Growing Hardy Orchids.

Thomas H. Cook (b. ) is the author of nearly two dozen critically lauded crime novels. Born in Fort Payne, Alabama, Cook published his first novel, Blood Innocents, in while serving as the book review editor of Atlanta years later, on the release of his second novel, The Orchids, he turned to writing full-time.

Cook published steadily through the s, penning such Brand: Road. ORCHID () - 9 am-5 pm (Pacific) Mon-Sat Monte Vista Avenue, Montclair, CA   Warren King collects root samples from a lesser purple fringed bog orchid as part of the Common Orchid Project. Photo by Susan Shea. After climbing a steep, winding road through a gap in Vermont’s Green Mountains, my car descended into Addison County, rolling past fields bright with purple aster and goldenrod.

Orchids grow on nearly every continent. I’ve seen epiphytic orchids growing wild in the Bahamas and Costa Rica, and have discovered brilliant pink, wild terrestrial orchids in the section of Acadia National Park that is on Isle au Haut.

And indeed Maine’s favorite wildflower, the ladyslipper, is an orchid. The Orchids - Ebook written by Thomas H. Cook. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Orchids. For me, it was great to have the specific info on how much light and water you need.

I love orchids, but I've been so unsure on how to treat them. Your book literally gave me all the answers to everything I needed. I would gladly recommend your book to anyone interested in orchids. I would give it a 10 out of 10!” - Ms.

Heather Szczepanski. Thank you for making the 10th Annual Orchid Show & Sale one of the most successful ever. We loved seeing so many of you coming through the door to browse and shop these beautiful plants. Stay tuned for dates and times for the Orchid Show & Sale, co-sponsored by the Orchid Society of the Ozarks.

Images courtesy of Cathy Marak. Cypripedium arietinum, the ram's head lady's slipper, is a rare orchid that grows in lightly shaded areas with calcareous soils. It is characteristic of the alvars around the Great Lakes in North America, as well as in New England. In Canada, it is found from Quebec to Saskatchewan, plus an isolated population in Nova Scotia, where it grows on gypsum based soils, km away from the nearest Family: Orchidaceae.

University Press of Florida Book: Wild Orchids of the Northeast. Contributors: Paul Martin Brown with original artwork by Stan Folsom. ISBN Numbers: Subject(s): Miscellaneous. Lucinda Riley is the New York Times bestselling author of over twenty novels, including The Orchid House, The Girl on the Cliff, and the Seven Sisters books have sold twenty million copies in thirty-five languages globally.

She was born in Ireland and divides her time between England and West Cork with her husband and four ed on: Febru Appealing to conservationists, travelers, orchid lovers, and naturalists alike, the author takes his readers on an incredible journey to pursue the temperate American orchid species in their native habitats.

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In the tradition of The Orchid Thief, visits a steamy Maine dyehouse, helps sort freshly shorn wool on a working farm, and learns how wool fleece is measured, baled, shipped, and turned into skeins.

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However, they're not easy to grow. The orchid paintings we have in our collection can bring an exotic atmosphere to a room or generate a feeling of tranquility without testing your gardening skills.The Orchid Thief 1 Island Intrigue You’re totally hopeless, Nancy.

We’ve been in Florida for less than an hour, and you’ve already gotten us lost!” My friend Bess Marvin was the one doing the talking. And she was right about me being hopeless. When my mind is on a mystery, I’m useless behind the ed on: Septem