[pleurothallid-l] warmth tolerant stuff

Lynn O'Shaughnessy freespirit at pleurothallids.com
Fri May 13 16:37:14 EDT 2005

Contact George Schudel in Jacksonville for suggestions on other things that
grow and survive in Florida.  He also has slides.  Are you looking for
slides or scans?


Lynn O



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Hi, things have been WAY too quiet on this list for WAY too long.  I haven't
been a member for long, but I have learned quite a bit from various people
on the list.  Our local orchid society has been trying to find people to do
talks, and I volunteered.  I know, it is all my fault.  As I tried to figure
out what to talk about, I started thinking about what I know the most about,
and that is pleurothallids.  Living in Florida, I have to be careful of what
pleurothallids I try to grow.  I'm going to talk to them about how you
decide whether or not an orchid is appropriate for you or not.  I also want
to go over the genera with an emphasis on which pleuros are warmth tolerant.
I have a handful, but not enough to fill up a talk.  Does anyone here know
of any warmth-tolerant pleurothallids that they would recommend to a bunch
of us here in Tallahassee, FL?  Also, do you know of where I can snag some
pictures of them?  Our group has a lot of relatively new members, and
pictures are very important to them.


Thanks a lot!




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