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Cypripedium Kentuckiense

Cypripedium Kentuckiense C F Reed


Presentation

  • Send to a friend Print Data sheet Range Easy Garden Color White, Brown Flowering April, May Height 70-100 cm Exposure Semi-shade Hardiness Very Hardy (-30 C) Presentation 1 liter container, flowering size plant, 1-2 shoots More info Planting Cypripedium[phytesia-orchids.com]
  • If the origin of the present-day populations is relatively recent from the same genetically depauperate source population, a complete lack of genetic differentiation between conspecific populations is expected.[researchgate.net]
  • […] chlorophyllous Leaves Leaf arrangement: alternate Leaf blade edges: the leaf edges are entire Leaf blade length: 150–240 mm Leaf blade length to width ratio: 3–1.6 Leaf blade shape: lanceolate ovate Leaf blade width: 50–150 mm Leaves during flowering: leaves are present[goorchids.northamericanorchidcenter.org]
  • Fée [Thelypteridaceae]) in the understory, were present on the site selected for this study. Seed Collection and Germination Figure 2.[centrallouisianaorchidsociety.org]
Falling
  • Fruit is an ellipsoid capsule (to 2" long) with minute but abundant seeds which matures in fall. Rarely found in the wild. Plants transplant poorly and should never be dug. Very few orchids survive transplanting from the wild to a home landscape.[missouribotanicalgarden.org]
Fishing
  • Fish and Wildlife Service, 1993: Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Review of Plant Taxa for Listing as Endangered or Threatened Species. Federal Register, vol. 58, no. 188. 51144-51190.[gbif.org]
  • Fish and Wildlife Service Publication Date: 1993 Article/Chapter Title: Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Review of Plant Taxa for Listing as Endangered or Threatened Species Journal/Book Name, Vol.[itis.gov]
  • Only apply fertilizer when your Orchid is in active growth.We recommend using a balanced fertilizer, such as Peter's 20–20–20 (which also contains micronutrients), or an organic formulation (fish and kelp emulsion is widely available).[whiteflowerfarm.com]
Swelling
  • After 3 to 4 months on specialized media within flasks, the embryos swell, rupture the seed coats, and bodies known as protocorms were formed. Flasks were kept in darkness to encourage root rather than shoot growth.[centrallouisianaorchidsociety.org]
Pain
  • Native Americans relied on lady’s slippers to bring down fevers, cure headaches and ease menstrual cramps and labor pains.[sercblog.si.edu]
Suggestibility
  • Originally thought to be an aberrant form of Cypripedium parviflorum var. pubescens, the morphology of C. kentuckiense suggests it is a species of its own.[en.wikipedia.org]
  • Cypripedium kentuckiense is a Cypripedium species found in the United States Originally thought to be an aberrant form of Cypripedium parviflorum var.pubescens, the morphology of C. kentuckiense suggests it is a species of its own.[orchids.fandom.com]
  • These distinctions hold virtually throughout the known populations of C. kentuckiense; only in two Arkansas populations is the lip form suggestive of related species.[efloras.org]
  • These data suggest that C. kentuckiense should be recognized as a distinct species, possibly of recent origin from C. parviflorum.[researchgate.net]
  • The lower survival noted for fertilized seedlings at each observation date would suggest our rates were too high.[centrallouisianaorchidsociety.org]
Excitement
  • They look like a man, like a woman, sometimes like an austere sinister fighter, sometimes like a clown who excites our laughter. They represent the image of a lazy tortoise, a melancholy toad, an agile, ever- chattering monkey.[books.google.ro]
  • Not only are they some of the most visually exciting of our Orchids but also our largest in both stature of the plant and (generally) size of the inflorescence.[floraofohio.blogspot.com]
  • We are also really excited about a number of new multi-cross hybrids coming along. These plants have exceptional vigor which makes them a bit easier to grow in the garden.[hillsidenursery.biz]
Irritability
  • USDA Zone 6b: to -20.5 C (-5 F) USDA Zone 7a: to -17.7 C (0 F) USDA Zone 7b: to -14.9 C (5 F) USDA Zone 8a: to -12.2 C (10 F) USDA Zone 8b: to -9.4 C (15 F) Where to Grow: Grow outdoors year-round in hardiness zone Danger: Handling plant may cause skin irritation[davesgarden.com]
  • (Note: Touching lady’s slipper orchids can cause skin irritation in some people. They can also take years to grow back, so it’s best not to try this remedy at home today.)[sercblog.si.edu]
Confusion
  • The brief nomenclatural history of Cypripedium kentuckiense is remarkably confused. The plant was originally described, without Latin diagnosis, as C. daultonii Soukup; this nomen nudum came into general usage prior to Reed’s publication.[efloras.org]
  • My 'Kentucky' and 'Kentucky Pink Blusch' do not look alike, I send a badly images of my 'Kentucky' Logged hello Karl, there is much confusion about the given namces of Cypripediums from Netherlands Anthuria /garden orchids. no doubt is, that the different[srgc.net]
Headache
  • Native Americans relied on lady’s slippers to bring down fevers, cure headaches and ease menstrual cramps and labor pains.[sercblog.si.edu]

Treatment

  • Seedlings planted with roots only slightly deeper than another treatment survived less well. In both treatments the bud was only slightly covered, but the total root system was deeper.[centrallouisianaorchidsociety.org]
  • If you have serious problems with slugs, mites, leafminers, or other pests, please call our Garden Advisors for suggestions on treatment.[whiteflowerfarm.com]

Prevention

  • To learn more or modify/prevent the use of cookies, see our Cookie Policy and Privacy Policy . Cypripedium kentuckiense is one of the 15 Cypripedium species found in North America.[researchgate.net]
  • Simply run a lawnmower (with a catch bag attached) through a pile of fallen leaves.After the ground is cold in the fall, use a 6in layer of chopped leaves as winter protection to prevent the soil from frost heaving.[whiteflowerfarm.com]

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