21 July 2012


I found a really cool geeky detailed poster website, selling a wide range of descriptive, classroom-style posters for your walls.  I like these orchid prints (I like me some orchids) in collaboration with the American Orchid Society.  

Detailed orchid prints | lifestyle & interiors blog

The Orchid family has over 30,000 naturally occurring species and more than 110,000 registered hybrids. "I wonder what some of them are?" I hear you wonder.  Well, since you asked:

Epiphytic Orchids: Leilia purpurata, Cattleya mossiae, Sophrolaeliocattleya, Encylia corigera, Dendrobium, Dracula vampira, Miltonia, Phalaenopsis schilleriana, Ascocentrum mimiatum, Psychopsis Kalihi, Anguloa clowesii, Angraecum sesquipedale, Phalaenopsis amabilis, P. Soroa Delight, Beallara, Renanthera matutina, Stanhopea reichenbachia, Brassia maculata, Amesiella philippinensis, Oncidium Golden Viper, Vanilla, Bulbophyllum echinoabium, Cirrhopetalum, Cirrhopetalum medusae, Odontoglossum Parade, Coryantes gernotii, Masdevalia ignea, Platystele stenostachya, Lycaste aromica, Brassavola nudosa

Detailed orchid prints | lifestyle & interiors blog

Terrestrial Orchids: Cymbidium, Paphiopedium, Phragmipedium, Denrobium, Disa, Anoectochilus, Zygopetalum, Calanthe, bletilla, Crypripedium, Ophrys, Pterostylis, Habenaria, Sobralia, Lacelia, Phaiocalanthe, Goodyera, Phaius, Pleine, Laelia, Spathoglotis

Prints include short descriptions of each type of Orchid, growing skills levels and temperature key. Inexpensive, pretty and educational.  

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