orchids we grow

Southern California orchid growers are blessed with (mostly) moderate temperatures throughout the year, allowing many orchids to be grown outdoors. In fact, fully 40% of OSSC members don't have a greenhouse! The photos on these pages are all examples of plants that have been grown in Southern California, both in and out of greenhouses, and come from the OSSC flickr group, which is open to all Southern California orchid enthusiasts. By default, the  "most interesting" photos are presented first. (Note: the degree of "interestingness" is determined by flickr's proprietary methodology.)


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" Cymbidium Hybrid "   
by W. Pfennig

Purpuratas in situ - Litoral Norte RS   
by Eduardo Masiero

Cattleya leoplodii albescens - Orquidário Carlos Gomes Jan 2017   
by Eduardo Masiero

I do not know her name, but she is beautiful   
by andangkosasih

Zygopetalum by sandra and many thanks   
by andangkosasih

this is cattleya   
by andangkosasih

cattleya   
by andangkosasih

lovely phalaenopsis   
by andangkosasih

Orchid Range Display (3 of 3) in Summer at Duke Farms of Hillsborough NJ   
by takegoro

Orchid Range Display (2 of 3) in Summer at Duke Farms of Hillsborough NJ   
by takegoro

Orchid Range Display (1 of 3) in Summer at Duke Farms of Hillsborough NJ   
by takegoro

   
by iknowledgetree

orchid hybrids   
by andangkosasih

phalaenopsis   
by andangkosasih

" Dendrobium kingianum "   
by W. Pfennig

" Dendrobium Hybrid "   
by W. Pfennig

" Dendrobium Hybrid "   
by W. Pfennig

Cattleya leopoldii esmeraldina   
by Eduardo Masiero

Cattleya leopoldii flâmea   
by Eduardo Masiero

Cattleya leopoldii semi-alba   
by Eduardo Masiero

Isabelia virginalis   
by Giorgio Armano

C. trianaei f. albescens "Hsinying"   
by iknowledgetree

" Cattleya jenmanii "   
by W. Pfennig

" Cattleya jenmanii "   
by W. Pfennig

" Cattleya jenmanii "   
by W. Pfennig

Laelia anceps var. veitchiana   
by Svetlana B.

Mediocalcar pygmaeum   
by Giorgio Armano

Cattleya IMG-20161223   
by Una simple mortal...

Rlc. Chun Yeah x Rlc. Tzeng Wen Beauty   
by iknowledgetree

Frozen flowers   
by Oana Dima

Phalaenopsis bellina   
by Giorgio Armano

Phalaenopsis bellina   
by Giorgio Armano

(Blc.Momilani Rainbow x Blc. Tzeng-Wen Beauty )'Bifurcation'   
by iknowledgetree

Dendrobium subuliferum   
by Giorgio Armano

Cattleya Mericlone Blc. Husky Boy ' Romeo' BM/JGP'99 (Blc. Evergreen x Lc. Orglade's Glow).   
by Jesús 56

Phragmipedium kovachii   
by Svetlana B.

Phragmipedium kovachii   
by Svetlana B.

Gastrochilus japonicus   
by Giorgio Armano

Dendrobium Subuliferum   
by Giorgio Armano

Cattleya Cernua   
by Giorgio Armano

Cattleya labiata var. semi-alba 'RWA'   
by rwa_in_SD

Rlc. (Vigour Star Beauty x Little Toshie) Ctt.Little Fairy   
by iknowledgetree

ultra deep   
by iknowledgetree

Blc. Oconee 'Mendenhall' AM/AOS   
by rwa_in_SD

Lc. Puppy Love 'True Beauty' HCC/AOS   
by rwa_in_SD

Pot. Susan Fender 'Cinnamon Stick' AM/AOS   
by rwa_in_SD

Lc. Bonanza Queen 'Panamint' AM/AOS   
by rwa_in_SD

Cattleya labiata var. coerulea 'Bluer'   
by rwa_in_SD
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