SAOS Library - Specific Genera
A Culture Manual for Angraecoid Orchid Growers
A culture manual for these unique and little known orchids from Madagascar and Africa
Bulbophyllums: From A to Why?
This book is packed with information on growing bulbophyllums, the do’s and the don’ts. It also has many beautiful photographs which show off the flowers to their best advantage.
Brazilian Orchids: Cattleyas, Laelias and Catasetums
This DVD by Francisco Miranda contains three presentations on Brazilian Orchids
Courtney spent years assembling his book with input from some of the best-known names in cattleyas. A third of the book is devoted to a pictorial chronicle of great American cattleyas with accompanying commentary, seldom told stories and the strategies and insights of the most influential hybridizers.
The Classic Cattleyas
Arthur E. and Arthur A. Chadwick
In 1818, William Cattley succeeded in flowering one of the first species of the genus that would bear his name. Each classic Cattleya species is described in fascinating detail, and its role in breeding programs is elucidated. Cultivation, humidity and watering, fertilizing, propagation, and diagnosing and treating problems are detailed.
Heat Tolerant Cymbidiums
The first-ever and the most comprehensive guide for understanding and selecting cymbidiums suitable for warmer climates. The contents and layouts are presented unlike any other orchid books you have ever seen.
Cymbidium Orchids Secrets Revealed
Graham and Sue Guest, Andy Easton
The authors share their experience operating one of the largest cymbidium nurseries in Australia. Along with Andy Easton, a premier cymbidium hybridiser, the book's aim is to share cultural and hybridising information they have learnt growing orchids commercially for over 30 years.
Dendrobium and its Relatives
Bill Lavarack, Wayne Harris, Geoff Stocker
In Lavarack's lavishly illustrated guide, gardeners at all levels who wish to successfully grow dendrobium orchids and related plants will be pleased to find information on more than 400 species. The book's contributors offer valuable background by pointing out threatened and widespread species, discussing nomenclature, and pondering the origins of plants and their uses.
E.J. 'Woody' Carlson
In depth culture of these striking orchids that originate in the higher elevations of the Andes. They are also known as pansy orchids, owing to their similarity to garden pansies.
Miniature Orchids and How to Grow Them
Rebecca Tyson Northen
Ranging in height from approximately half an inch to half a foot, miniature orchids possess all the aesthetic qualities that larger varieties do: beautiful colors, exotic shapes, velvety textures, exquisite single blooms and delightful sprays of smaller blossoms. Favorites with both amateur and professional flower-growers, these delicate plants have one added attraction: they can be grown in small spaces.
Orchid Species Culture: Oncidium Odontoglossum Alliance
Charles & Margaret Baker
In this meticulously researched volume, aimed at serious orchidists, the authors have formulated recommendations for approximately 1,300 species within the immense Oncidium/Odontoglossum alliance.
Tropical Slipper Orchids
The cultivated tropical slipper orchids include Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium and Mexipedium. Separate chapters address the five most important species for breeding exciting hybrids and the best and most desirable hybrids.
The Genus Paphiopedilum, Natural History and Cultivation, Vol. I
Dr. G.J. Braem, Charles & Margaret Baker
This is the first of a two volume set, the first covers 32 species and the second 35 species. Each species has a photograph or drawing, an extensive discussion of morphology, seeds, etymology, descriptions, distribution, habitat, flowering, and notes on cultivation.
Moth Orchids: Complete Guide to Phalaenopsis
Steven A. Frowine
Frowine focuses on the new orchid stars and provides a detailed look at the classic hybrids and species with lavish color photographs and a wealth of practical advice on selecting and buying moth orchids. Frowine shares his secrets on how these glorious plants can be grown to perfection, addressing light levels, potting media, watering, and feeding.
Vandas - Their Botany, History and Culture
Dr. Martin R. Motes
This book presents a review of vanda species and developments in hybridization. It includes a review of the botany, breeding, care, and cultivation of vandas.