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Orchids of Ontario

R. Emerson Whiting

Orchids of Ontario

by R. Emerson Whiting

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  • 26 Currently reading

Published by CanaColl Foundation in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Orchids -- Ontario -- Identification.,
  • Orchidaceae.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby R. Emerson Whiting and Paul M. Catling.
    ContributionsCatling, Paul M., CanaColl Foundation.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK495 O64 W425 1986
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 169 p. :
    Number of Pages169
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17377170M
    ISBN 100969257600

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Orchids of Ontario by R. Emerson Whiting Download PDF EPUB FB2

For most of us the word "Orchid" conjures up images of elaborate tropical plants. Many people know that there are a few orchid species in Ontario. But few know that there are over 50 species of Orchids in the province. Alaska Orchid (Platanthera unalascensis) Arethusa (Arethusa bulbosa) Auricled Twayblade (Neottia auriculata).

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Emerson. Orchids of Ontario. Ottawa, Canada: CanaColl Foundation, (OCoLC) Document Type. Orchids of Ontario, by R. Emerson Whiting and Paul M. Catling. (pbk.): Toronto Public Library.

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Manitoba, Canada. “Our Wild Orchids,” the first book on Ontario’s orchids, was researched and written in the s by Frank Morris. I believe there is still a copy at the Peterborough Public Library. Some of. Shown here is the page for the Calypso orchid. The format is the same for all species.

In addition, the book has a centre section with a colour picture of each flower taken by the late Dr. Donald R. Gunn and reproduced by courtesy of the Royal Botanical Garden. Bruce and Grey counties are a unique area, with the Niagara escarpment running. My wife doesn't have too much experience with gardening, but she loves plants and flowers and was devastated when a neighbour soaked her orchids so much in water while we were on vacation, that they soon lost all flowers and the moss used as soil got irrepairably rotten.

An excellent book for learning Asters and Goldenrods in Ontario. Although this book focuses on Grey and Bruce Counties, most (but not all!) of the Asters and Goldenrods of Ontario are featured in this book.

A Guide to the Orchids of Bruce and Grey Counties, Ontario; Rare and Endangered Species of Bruce and Grey Counties, Ontario; The Asters. It is quite surprising to know there are so many different kinds of wild orchids in Ontario, large or tiny, showy or hard to spot, and deep in the forest or just close to where we live.

Music by Enya. Orchids plants make a wonderful gift for any occasion. There are more t species of orchids, and few flowers are more rewarding to grow or receive. Beautiful live plants from Forest of Flowers will bring color and joy to their home or office. Our orchid arrangements are.

Odom’s Orchids, Inc. is one of the largest retail growers and shippers of orchids in the United States. We have the largest selection of high quality orchid plants found anywhere. The complex cross-pollination mechanisms were described by Charles Darwin in his book The Fertilisation of s have developed special pollination systems.

The chances of being pollinated are often scarce, so orchid flowers usually remain receptive for very long periods, and most orchids deliver pollen in a single mass. For those not interested in orchids, be warned that this book will go a long way toward developing an interest (some say an addiction) in these fascination plants." Book Description “A comprehensive and long-overdue look at one of the continent’s outstanding orchid floras.”--Brian Cassie, author, National Audubon Society Field Guide to Reviews: 2.

Genre/Form: Field guides: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Guide to the orchids of Bruce and Grey Counties, Ontario.

Owen Sound, Ont.: Owen Sound Field Naturalists, Are there books about the Bruce Peninsula orchids. You bet. Pick up a copy of ‘A Guide to the Orchids of Grey and Bruce Counties’ produced by the Owen Sound Field Naturalists.

This must-have reference is available at various locations in Tobermory, including The Chart Shop and Readers Haven. The Field Naturalists also have a excellent. Ottawa Orchid Society, Ottawa, Ontario. K likes. Who we are. What’s New.

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"More than a "How To" book on orchids" - by eleanor duff watson William Cullina obviously has a real passion for orchids. His descriptions of the culture go right back to the original environment in which the plant grew, as well as giving a brief taxonomy of the species.

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Norman Barber, Angela Beard. More Information: The MVCA website keep updates with when the orchids are in full bloom and to access the trail map. In Good Company Escaping the crowds in the city celebrating Canada Day, my friend Jada and myself hit the country roads to go hiking for the day.To learn about orchids, swap them and show them, contact: Central Ontario Orchid Society P.O.

Box75 King St. S., Waterloo, Ont. N2J 4V1. Eastern Canada Orchid Society Cardinal Street, Mont-Saint-Hilaire, QC J3H 3Z5."Black Orchids" is a Nero Wolfe mystery novella by Rex Stout, first published in abridged form as "Death Wears an Orchid" in the August issue of The American first appeared in book form in the short-story collection Black Orchids, published by Farrar & Rinehart in