10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OSMUNDINE»
Discover the use of osmundine
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to osmundine
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
The American Orchid Society Bulletin
CORNELIUS ACKERSON EVER SINCE MAN FIRST BROUGHT orchids back
from their jungle homes the search for an ideal potting medium has been pushed.
Many materials have been suggested, but osmundine has long been the favorite.
Native Orchids of North America North of Mexico
Plants collected in the wild or acquired from collectors may be fastened to a tree
against blankets of osmundine with strips of bronze screen wire, or they may be
forced into cabbage palm "boots" with pieces of clean brown osmundine.
Donovan Stewart Correll, 1978
Na Pua Okika O Hawaii: Orchids of Hawaii
Give the new roots chance to enter the compost, ha- puu or osmundine. Until the
plants get established keep the humidity high. Orchid growers in Hilo, Hawaii, are
now talking in terms of "controllables" in their orchid hybridizalion. What is this ...
The standard cyclopedia of horticulture: a discussion, for ...
OSMUNDINE. The material now so largely used in this country, and also
exported to Europe in quantities for the rooting medium in which to grow
epiphytal orchids. Not long ago it was considered necessary to send to England
for peat for this ...
Liberty Hyde Bailey, 1935
Peat aids in keeping the reaction of the media at a lower level than does
osmundine alone, or osmundine and sphagnum as is evident from the following
pH values. Tap water 7.0-7.2 Osmundine recently planted 5.7 Osmundine
planted at ...
American Society for Horticultural Science, 1933
Proceedings of the American Society for Horticultural Science
C. RATSEK, Cornell Unit/ersity, Ithaca, N. Y. IT was observed that orchid
seedlings grown on an osmundine media containing one-fourth German peat,
made a better growth than those in osmundine alone or in osmundine and live
American Society for Horticultural Science, 1932
Around ten years ago, the "high-light" of good potting media was on osmunda, or
osmundine. This medium is probably unknown to many new orchid ists
nowadays and it should be explained to them that osmundine is a dried fern root
which is ...
A. B.. Willoughby, F. A.. Fowlie, John R. Walter, 1969
... Orchis mascula L., early purple orchid Oxalis acetosella L.; wood sorrel,
shamrock Osmundia regalis L.; royal fern, Osmundine fern Osmundine fern;
Osmundia regalis pansy; see heartsease, mountain pansy pea, see vetch pear
COMPOST: Fill the bottom inch of the three inch pot with coarse cinders, then ( r"
the pot with about 1*4 inch of chopped black osmundine. Chop fiber to about •,h
length. Be sure that the chopped osmundine is free of dust so that drainage is od.
Hawaii Orchid Society, 1949
Orchid Digest Magazine
Opinions as to the best type of compost vary greatly. One grower uses a mixture
of leaf mold, fibrous loam, chopped turf, sand and osmundine; another, a mixture
of 70% osmundine and 30% live sphagnum and a third, straight osmundine.
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «OSMUNDINE»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term osmundine
is used in the context of the following news items.
How to: archive and back up photos
... vario descriptions alexandrines miracidium overprune troupe lacery irregularist osmundine socialized oaring aguilarite immensurableness ... «What Digital Camera, Sep 10»