The Orchid Review back issues

Revisit the 2022 highlights of The Orchid Review and explore the world of orchids with a look back at cultivation advice, scientific findings, orchid exploration, in-depth plant profiles, news, reviews, shows and awards celebrating the world’s most alluring flowers

March 2022

  • Romanian orchids: a neglected bounty – Nora De Angelli gives a guided tour of the beautiful orchidaceous treasures of her Romanian homeland
  • Preserving the orchids of Palau – in this detailed report, learn about the efforts being made to protect the orchids of a Pacific Island paradise
  • Some orchid harbingers of summer – Leon Glicenstein takes to the woods to look at the orchids that accompany warmer weather in the eastern US

June 2022

  • A brief history of orchids – chronicling the bizarre, exotic saga of orchids, Nora De Angelli surveys the many guises they have assumed down the ages
  • Orchids of the British Embassy in Washington – Julian Shaw presents a remarkable collection and a cattleya that marks a special occasion
  • A new wave of Cattleya hybrids from Japan – introducing a cast of new cattleyas, Munekazu Ejiri shares details about this new generation of orchids

September 2022

Explore the past, present and future of a collection of pleiones; learn the secrets to producing prize-winning paphiopedilums; discover the life of a remarkable French botanical prodigy; see a farewell tribute to the genus Chelonistele; delve into propagating orchids in Cuba; uncover the enthusiasm of a non-conformist of botanical art; and get a round-up of the RHS Orchid Awards.

December 2022

Explore the latest on RHS awards and an update of AGMs; discover how after a breeding hiatus, Cattleya maxima is back with a bang; uncover the magical world of jewel orchids and why they are a collector’s dream; examine the life of Rumphius and unearth a tale of discovery and disaster; and delve into the history of some forgotten figures from the great days of orchidology.

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