6 edition of Wild Orchids Across North America found in the catalog.
October 1, 1998 by Timber Press, Incorporated .
Written in English
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4/5(8). An inveterate traveler to, and photographer of, wild habitats, Philip Keenan crisscrossed the country many times. He was well known for his expertise on birds (particularly his beloved warblers) and wild orchids; his book Wild Orchids Across North America won a Choice magazine award for Outstanding Academic Title in In his retirement years following a career in retail business, Philip's 4/5(8).
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It should be noted that this book is unique in that it is not Wild Orchids Across North America book field guide. 4/5. Long before the Pilgrims came, indigenous members of the Orchidaceae family could be found across North America and Canada, in wild habitats, including woodlands, prairies, and wetlands.
The best-known North American wild orchid is the lady’s slipper, Cypripedium orchids, of which there are more than 45 species across the northern : Justine Hand. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: color illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Kodiak Island and the Palomino lady's slipper --The purple spotted lady's slipper in Alaska --Eklutna Lake and Wild Orchids Across North America book River Valley orchids --North America's tiniest orchid --Arethusas in the maritimes and Newfoundland --Orchid and gannets on Bonaventure Island, Quebec.
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- The New York Times Book Review". Wild orchids across North America: a botanical travelogue Philip E. Keenan Appealing to conservationists, travelers, orchid lovers, and Wild Orchids Across North America book alike, the author takes his readers on an incredible journey to pursue the temperate American orchid species in their native habitats.
Wild Orchids wasn't exactly the greatest story Wild Orchids Across North America book I've ever read, but because of these characters this book won me over. It is, and will forever be, my favorite book of all time.
I own I've read a lot of books in my life, but for some reason this book hit something inside me/5. Wild Orchids Across North America. Wild Orchids Across North America Presented in paperback for the first time, this popular book combines detailed essays on orchids and their habitats with a list of North American species and a brief "identification synopsis" for.
Many of the orchids Wild Orchids Across North America book to North America are endangered or threatened, making sightings in their natural environment all the more rare and wonderful. Numerous organizations across the country work to preserve these striking wildflowers and their habitats.
Orchids are considered some of the most exotic flowers in the world. Orchids are widespread on every continent except for Antarctica. North America has at least 20 native genera of cold tolerant orchids, and our home state of North Carolina is home to 60 native orchid species.
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Featured — Bogs and Byways – orchids across New England Yellow Lady’s Slipper Cypripedium parviflorum Despite producing bold slippers with color comparable to that of molten gold, the flowers of the large variety (var. pubescens) are surprisingly easy to miss in their forest habitat, even when occurring in large and expansive colonies.
Most types of orchids fit into the epiphytes category, meaning they are plants that grow on trees. Other species,including many North American species, grow on and around rocky outposts, forest floors, and like other flowers, from the earth’s soil.
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Regional guides to wild orchids, such as those listed in the bibliography, yielded valuable information, but our work would have taken longer without Donovan Correll's monumental works, Flora of Texas, Orchidaceae () and Native Orchids of North America (), and Carlyle Luer's Native Orchids of Florida () and Native Orchids of the.
Many orchids native to North America are endangered or threatened, making sightings in their natural environment increasingly rare. These striking flowers are native to damp woodlands and numerous organizations across the country are working to preserve their habitats.
Orchids also thrive in cultivated gardens or as houseplants. Some of its members have migrated from warm climates s to colder environments while evolving progressively less showy flowers. Orchids grow as far north as Siberia, Iceland, Greenland and throughout North America.
Many tropical orchids are epiphytic (i.e., live on other plants), whereas those in temperate zones are mostly terrestrial. orchids are found on every continent except Antarctica there are o orchid species world-wide many tropical orchids are ephiphytic, growing in trees most North American orchids are terrestrial all of Washington’s orchids are terrestrial orchids have a modified third petal called a labellum orchids have a fused male and female column.
Wild Orchids of the Prairies and Great Plains Region of North America follows the four-part pattern established in Brown's earlier books. Part 1 has a brief description of the prairie and plains region, an introduction to orchids and a key to the : Ronald A.
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Although lady’s slipper orchids continued to bloom throughout the wild woods of Europe and North America, this particular species (Cypripedium calceolus) had been declared extinct in England as of Collectors had destroyed the plant in the early 20th century, suffering from what was then known as “orchidelirium,” an incurable.
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