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thumbnail imageCypripedium californicum (California Lady's Slipper)

Family: Orchid Family Habit: herbaceous Flowers: yellow Nativity: Oregon & California Soil: Well drained, loamy soil is ideal. They are tolerant of different soil textures and pH levels as long as they are well drained and have adequate humus content. Amending the planting site with coarse sand and mulching at the time of planting help plants establish better. Cypripedium have a reputation for being difficult to grow, but if properly sited and given good soil, they can persist in the garden for decades.

thumbnail imageCypripedium formosanum (Lady's Slipper)

Family: Orchid Family Habit: herbaceous Flowers: white Nativity: Taiwan Soil: Well drained, loamy soil is ideal. They are tolerant of different soil textures and pH levels as long as they are well drained and have adequate humus content. Amending the planting site with coarse sand and mulching at the time of planting help plants establish better. Cypripedium have a reputation for being difficult to grow, but if properly sited and given good soil, they can persist in the garden for decades.

thumbnail imageCypripedium kentuckiense (Kentucky Lady's Slipper)

Family: Orchid Family Habit: herbaceous Flowers: red-violet Nativity: SE & SC United States Soil: Well drained, loamy soil is ideal. They are tolerant of different soil textures and pH levels as long as they are well drained and have adequate humus content. Amending the planting site with coarse sand and mulching at the time of planting help plants establish better. Cypripedium have a reputation for being difficult to grow, but if properly sited and given good soil, they can persist in the garden for decades.

thumbnail imageCypripedium kentuckiense × rebunense (Lady's Slipper)

Family: Orchid Family Habit: herbaceous

 Cypripedium reginae (Showy Lady's Slipper)

Family: Orchid Family Habit: herbaceous Flowers: white Nativity: NE North America Soil: Well drained, loamy soil is ideal. They are tolerant of different soil textures and pH levels as long as they are well drained and have adequate humus content. Amending the planting site with coarse sand and mulching at the time of planting help plants establish better. Cypripedium have a reputation for being difficult to grow, but if properly sited and given good soil, they can persist in the garden for decades.

 Cypripedium subtropicum (Lady's Slipper)

Family: Orchid Family Habit: herbaceous Nativity: S C China, Tibet & Vietnam

thumbnail imageCypripedium × ventricosum (Lady's Slipper )

Family: Orchid Family Habit: herbaceous Flowers: purple Nativity: Asia Soil: Well drained, loamy soil is ideal. They are tolerant of different soil textures and pH levels as long as they are well drained and have adequate humus content. Amending the planting site with coarse sand and mulching at the time of planting help plants establish better. Cypripedium have a reputation for being difficult to grow, but if properly sited and given good soil, they can persist in the garden for decades.

 Cyrtochiloides ochmatochila

Family: Orchid Family Habit: herbaceous Nativity: S Mexico, Central & NW South America

thumbnail imageCyrtochilum zebrinum

Family: Orchid Family Habit: herbaceous Nativity: N South America

thumbnail imageCyrtopodium flavum

Family: Orchid Family Habit: herbaceous Nativity: E & S Brazil

thumbnail imageDactylorhiza saccifera 'Longwood’s Lilac Light'

Family: Orchid Family Habit: herbaceous

thumbnail imageDendrobium aggregatum 'Majus'

Family: Orchid Family Habit: herbaceous

thumbnail imageDendrobium alexandrae

Family: Orchid Family Habit: herbaceous Flowers: multi-colored Nativity: Papua New Guinea

thumbnail imageDendrobium amethystoglossum

Family: Orchid Family Habit: herbaceous Flowers: white Nativity: Philippines

thumbnail imageDendrobium Andree Millar

Family: Orchid Family Habit: herbaceous

 Dendrobium Angel Love 'Pink Sapphire'

Family: Orchid Family Habit: herbaceous

thumbnail imageDendrobium Angel Moon 'Love Letter'

Family: Orchid Family Habit: herbaceous Flowers: pink Soil: Dry mix that will dry out every two to three days in the summer is best. This allows for quick drying, but also, regular watering.

 Dendrobium Anne Marie

Family: Orchid Family Habit: herbaceous

thumbnail imageDendrobium Anne Warne

Family: Orchid Family Habit: herbaceous Flowers: white Soil: Dry mix that will dry out every two to three days in the summer is best. This allows for quick drying, but also, regular watering.

thumbnail imageDendrobium anosmum

Family: Orchid Family Habit: herbaceous Flowers: purple Nativity: Tropical Asia Soil: Dry mix that will dry out every two to three days in the summer is best. This allows for quick drying, but also, regular watering.

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