Vanilla Orchids: Natural History and Cultivation

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Vanilla Orchids: Natural History and Cultivation

Popular Features. New Releases. Categories: Gardening: Plants Gardening: Flowers. Vanilla Orchids : Natural History and Cultivation. Description In this book, leading orchid expert Ken Cameron covers the natural history of the world's most popular fragrance and provides an introduction to the pollination, biology, structure, evolution and diversity of Vanilla and related orchids. Product details Format Hardback pages Dimensions x x Review quote "A splendid overview of Vanilla. This superb book is a most informative read.

About Ken Cameron Ken Cameron developed a passion for botany at an early age, and became one of the first people to apply modern DNA sequencing methods to the study of orchid evolution and classification. As a result of his international lab and field research, he has become an international authority on Vanilla and its relatives. He served as a curator and director of the New York Botanical Garden's molecular systematics laboratory for ten years before relocating to the Midwest. Today he is professor of botany and director of the State Herbarium at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.