Orchid Books

Worried that a gift orchid might freeze its blooms off? Give an orchid book instead! Orchid books are full of gorgeous flowers, make great holiday presents, and don’t need water or fertilizer. Check out the five popular examples below:

Growing Windowsill Orchids
Master experts from Kew Gardens share their orchid success tips. Short but thorough, with wonderful photos and clear-cut illustrations, this is one of my favorite books for orchid beginners.

The Orchid Whisperer: Expert Secrets for Growing Beautiful Orchids
This book shares practical advice to grow like the pros, and includes lots of colorful photos.

Orchids for Every Home: The Beginner’s Guide to Growing Beautiful, Easy-Care Orchids
From renowned orchid authors Brian and Wilma Rittershausen, this book offers beautiful pictures and good info for beginners.

This stunning coffee table book showcases orchid beauty with master photography.

The Marie Selby Botanical Gardens Illustrated Dictionary of Orchid Genera
One of Florida’s best known botanical gardens has put its expertise into this massive work. The book is a comprehensive reference guide to the vast orchid family, with great photos and illustrations.

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  1. AboutOrchids » Blog Archive » The Sun’s Return Says:

    […] Many orchid books are full of colorful pictures, too. […]