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  • 1. Floral Design I Flower: Orchids: Dendrobium Cattleya Term: Epiphyte
  • 2. Dendrobium Orchids
    • Genus: Dendrobium
    • Availability: Year round
    • Color: white, lavender, yellow, purple, blue, green, combinations
    • Characteristics:
      • Stems have graceful curves
      • all can be used as florets or stems
    • Most have dramatic form.
    • Small line flower. Florets can be used for corsages
    • Longevity: 7-10 days
    • Sold by: stem, cost: $1.50
  • 3. Cattleya Orchids
    • Genus name: Cattleya
    • Availability: Year round
    • Color: Many
    • Dramatic form.
    • Large Form Flower
    • Used for corsages
    • Longevity: 1 – 2 weeks
    • Sold by stem, cost: $18.00
    • Usually has 6 florets/stem
  • 4. Epiphytes
    • An epiphyte is a plant that normally grows on another plant for support. It is not parasitic – it does not draw nutrients from the host plant.
    • Many epiphytes are called “air plants”.
    • Grow most often in the tropics because of the constant high humidity
  • 5. Orchid Genus names
    • Cattleya
    • Dendrobium
    • Cymbidium
    • Paphiopedlum
  • 6. Orchid Genii
    • Phalenopsis
      • moth orchid
    • Vanda
    • Onsidium
  • 7. Orchids
    • Form
      • Cattleya
      • Cymbidium
      • Paphiopedilum
      • Phalaenopsis
    • Line
      • Dendrobium
      • Onecidium
    • Mass
      • Cymbidium
      • Vanda
  • 8. Orchids
    • Moth orchid
  • 9.
    • Paphiopedilum – Lady slipper
  • 10. Vanda
  • 11. Onsidium
  • 12. Arrangements
    • Dendrobiums
    • Cymbidium
  • 13. Natural growth