Winner of 2010 Media Award of Achievement for Book Writing from the Garden Writers Association!
--Garden Writers of America gwaa.orgStaff Pick!
One of the most useful orchid books in a long while. By emphasizing plants that normal human beings can cajole into bloom and are likely to encounter in the marketplace, this book
is accessible and unique.
--New York Botanical Garden
The time has come to rethink the orchid's diva reputation, (for) along came the book, "Bloom-Again Orchids"... about easy-going high performers.
Gorgeous photos accompanied by concise tips & descriptions. 50 'easily grown' orchids - close-up color photo, info, tips, checklist & interesting facts. The book is easy to navigate and the stunning photos lure you in.
"With this book at your side and a little effort, you too can grow orchids that will be the envy of the neighborhood." (Our Little Acre blog)
"If you’re interested in growing orchids, this is an extremely accessible reference book that will most certainly whet your appetite for growing more." (About.com)
“Judywhite brings all her formidable talent to bear on Bloom-Again Orchids. The photos … draw you in and the writing keeps you there.”
“After reading [judywhite’s] tricks for growing orchids … you may never let your fear of orchids keep you from plunking down the change for them ever again.”
(Hoe and Shovel blog)
“This book will help you figure out how to make your surroundings lush, fragrant, and slightly more reminiscent of the balmy days of summer.”
(Elizabeth Licata Buffalo Spree)
"Here's hope for all who love orchids but fear that they are too difficult to keep alive." (Lexington Herald-Leader)
"Anyone who has ever succumbed to the charms of an orchid at the grocery store and then despaired when it quit blooming will gain a lot of confidence from this helpful guide." (Hartford Courant)
"If you’re thinking of buying an orchid, consult this book first. The orchid will thank you." (Dee Nash Oklahoma Gardening Examiner)
"Think orchids are fussy? Author and orchid expert judywhite is out to prove otherwise." (Mary Beth Breckenridge Akron Beacon Journal)
About the Author
judywhite is author and photographer of the award-winning Taylor's Guide to Orchids
(Houghton Mifflin 1996). A past trustee of the American Orchid Society (AOS), she has earned its highest prize for writing about orchid culture, as well as the AOS Silver Medal for outstanding service to the orchid community. Her photography has graced many books and publications, and has been exhibited at the Smithsonian Institution. A former research biologist and past editor-in-chief of one of the world's first mega-gardening Web sites, Time Life's Virtual Garden, judywhite is married to British garden writer Graham Rice. She is proud to say she has killed orchids on both sides of the Atlantic. Visit her Web site at www.gardenphotos.com.