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Published by The Orchid Club of South Australia

Inc.
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN

ORCHID
BULLETIN
DECEMBER 2019

Web Site: www.orchidclubofsouthaustraliainc.com


Print Post Approved 100004775
Registrar’s Choice and plant of Open Division: Arpo giganteum

Grown by grown by Michael Willoughby and Oui Ju


ORCHID CLUB OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA LIFE MEMBERS

1966 Neil Christoph† 1996 Marjorie Chance


1970 H C England† 1997 Eric Furness†
1974 Bernie Hansen† 1998 Cyril Clifford†
1975 Rex Thompson† 1999 Don Nesbitt†
1975 Syd Monkhouse 2001 Sally White
1976 John Lewis 2002 Richard Fishlock
1978 Mick Chenoweth† 2003 Bob Collins†
1979 Merv Strout† 2007 Reg Faulkner†
1980 Colin Jennings† 2007 Pat Faulkner
1984 Merv Donhardt† 2007 Peter Hills
1985 Russell Schultz† 2007 Coralie Hills
1985 Harry Lambert 2007 Judy Penny†
1985 John Harris 2008 David Harmer
1985 Kath Harris† 2008 Pat Harmer
1985 Barbara Clayton 2009 Russell Job†
1985 Lorraine Cottle 2009 Edda Viskic†
1985 Myrnie Jennings 2010 Gordon Hewitt†
1986 Nick Packard† 2012 Murray Baulderstone†
1987 Margaret Hewitt† 2012 Leo Micenko
1987 Shirley Monkhouse 2014 John Gay
1988 Don Gallagher 2014 Bev Gay
1988 Kel Staples† 2014 Iain Kilpatrick
1990 Allan Sullivan† 2015 Ron Yates
1992 Bill White† 2016 Graham Hein
1992 Roy Hargreaves† 2017 Lesley Fenton
1994 Reg Shooter 2017 John Lampard
1994 Enid Brooking† 2019 Trevor Camac
1996 Ted Chance
† Denotes Deceased

Editors Contact for Copy: Danielle Mazurkiewicz


Email: editorocsa@gmail.com, Phone: 0433 016 673
The opinions expressed by authors do not necessarily reflect the views of the Editor or
the Committee of The Orchid Club of South Australia Inc.
Digital images by Marianne Carter and Joe Romeo
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to allow free use of articles if written approval is sought from them through the Secretary

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The Official Bulletin of The Orchid Club of S.A. Inc.
Patron: Mrs. Lan Le

Management Committee Members


President Secretary Hon Treasurer
Trevor Garard Michael Gray Graham Hein
150 Brodie Road, mikeg@pacsoa.org.au 13 Underwood Close
Morphett Vale, SA 5162 GPO Box 730 Golden Grove SA 5125
Ph. 0414 807 634 Adelaide, S.A. 5001 Ph: 0488 788 700
graham.hein@bigpond.com
tsgarard@gmail.com Ph. 0490 033 905
Show Marshall Registrar of Judges Day Group Coordinator
TBA Wendy Lodge Hilary Leisavnieks
Ph. (08) 8264 5874 Ph. 0407 600 077

Editor Ass Registrar of Judges


Rayne Riggs Committee Members
Danielle Mazurkiewicz
Ph. (08) 8280 9165 John Dunn (08) 8387 9688
Ph. 0433 016 673
Margaret Curtis 0415 164 200
editorocsa@gmail.com Education & Publicity
Past President Trevor Garard
Des Bettcher Ph. 0414 807 634

CONTENTS
Life Members 2 Beginners’ Group 6
Management Committee 3 Guest speakers for Nov meetings 7
Judging Roster & Notes for Judges 4 Returning Members 7
President’s Report for December 2019 4 Nov Day Group Report 8
Apology 5 From Registrar for November 9
Nominations for Committee 2020 5 November Floral Results 11
Subscriptions Due 6 Hybridising Orchids 14
Upcoming meetings 20

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brimming with orchid tips and beautiful photos. Facebook address is:
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JUDGING ROSTER FOR NOVEMBER 2019
Being our last meeting for the year, I ask all judges to be available, and we will sort
out who does which division on the night. For the last two or three months, I have
organised the roster straight after the meetings, and someone always seems unable to
come. We will work as quickly as possible to then be free for socializing at the supper
afterwards.
Sharon and Lesley, yes I still need your help if possible.
Many thanks to all the judges and computer operators for all their help and support
throughout the year, and I sincerely hope we have a fabulous year next year with all
our judging. Stay safe over the Xmas break.
Wendy Lodge, Registrar
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NOTES FOR JUDGES


Regional Judging Panel meeting on Monday 9th December at Pulteney Grammar
school in usual room. Please bring a plate to share for after the meeting.
Next OCSA Night meeting will be on Thursday 6th February, 2020. Please advise if
you are not going to be available.
OCSA Judges meeting - TBA
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PRESIDENT’S REPORT FOR DECEMBER 2019


Here we are at the final month of the year. Hopefully our hottest season will not be too
stressful, but all indications are that we will be in for another Summer of extreme
temperatures.

At the last Workshop someone left behind a Tupperware bowl. If you are missing one
with a blue lid it can be collected at the December night or day meetings. If it is yours
and you cannot get to the meetings please ring me to arrange collection. Committee
phone numbers are in the front pages of this Bulletin.

The December meeting is also a social event. Please bring a plate to share and also please
have the food already cut up to serve straight away, this will take a bit of the strain off
of our great kitchen helpers.

If you are a listener to ABC 891 Talkback Gardening with Jon Lamb you may be
interested in getting Jon’s newsletter. OCSA is contributing an orchid based article on
the second Friday of the month.

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The end of the year, as always, is when we ask members to think about standing for a
club committee position. The club must have a committee to exist and I am sure there
are members with skills that would enhance the governing group and steer OCSA in the
direction needed through the next few years. Some of the long serving committee
members would like a break so if you have ever thought of being a part of the club’s
leadership team, in any capacity, please nominate or ask committee members for
information.

Another important reminder. You have very little time to purchase your Anniversary
Raffle tickets. Although a bit dearer than usual at $5 a ticket there are prizes on offer
that will not be seen again. The Koransha orchid print vases, the chromolithograph print
and the OCSA Ruby Anniversary Port are definitely collector’s items. Please bring some
extra cash to get a ticket or 2 along with the usual club raffle. This raffle will be drawn
at the AGM meeting.

I hope you all have a great festive season and manage to bring your plants through the
Summer in good condition ready for a fantastic 2020. Remember our first major show
is the Autumn Show at the Festival of Flowers in April.

Hope to see you in 2020. Best regards,

Trevor Garard – President


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APOLOGY
The committee wishes to apologize for not advising the members that the 80th
Anniversary Raffle was not drawn at the Sarc Dinner on the 2 nd of November as
advertised earlier. It will now be drawn at the 2020 AGM.

OCSA Committee

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NOMINATIONS FOR COMMITTEE MANAGEMENT


POSITIONS
All committee positions fall vacant for 2020 and nominations for President, Secretary,
Vice President, Treasurer, and committee members will be accepted by the end of the
5th December meeting. Please consider joining the OCSA committee; it will be
stimulating to have “some new blood” to help plan our future to keep all the new
members interested in orchid growing and showing who have joined this year; not to
forget the older members as well. Nomination forms will be available from the Secretary
on the night.
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SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR 2020 ARE NOW DUE
Your membership fees for 2020 are now due; costs are as
follows:
For members who wish to continue receiving the Bulletin by post the
fees remain at:
Single: $35:00 Joint/Family: $40:00
For members who wish to continue receiving the Bulletin by email or
those members who want to change to receiving the Bulletin by email,
the fees will be:
Single: $25:00 Joint/Family: $30:00
Members who wish to change from receiving the magazine by
post to receiving it by email, I will need your email address.
Payment may be made at the Treasurer’s Desk at the next Monthly Meeting or to the
Assistant Treasurer at the next Day Group meeting.
You may also pay by post to:
Orchid Club of South Australia
GPO Box 730
ADELAIDE, SA 5001
Alternatively, they can be paid by Direct Debit to:
Orchid Club of South Aust.
BSB No: 105 152
Account No: 032766440
BE SURE to put in the “Comments” field your name and 2020 subs.
The Treasurer will also accept membership renewals by Credit Card.
Thanking you.
Graham Hein – Treasurer
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BEGINNER’S GROUP
Don’t forget the Beginners Group at the December Monthly Meeting from 7:15pm to
7:45pm. There will be expert club growers to help new and older members in the art of
growing and cultivating orchids so come along early to increase your knowledge.

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GUEST SPEAKER DECEMBER NIGHT MEETING
The December meeting will primarily be a social evening; however, while the judging
is in progress, Trevor our President, will give a short presentation on the history of the
Orchids in Schools program. This will be co-presented by Christian West, senior
student at Urrbrae Agriculture High School.
Please remember to bring a plate of sandwiches, savouries or sweets; already prepared
to place on the supper table.

GUEST SPEAKER DECEMBER DAY GROUP


Our next day group meeting is on the 13th December and this will be a social event.
Please bring a small plate of food to share.
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*** NEUTROG OCTOBER ORDER ***


We believe somebody who collected their Neutrog order on Saturday the 2 nd of
November may have mistakenly taken home a 20Kg bag of Neutrog Rapid Raiser
instead of a 20Kg bag of Bladerunner. If that person can contact Wendy on 8264 5874
she will be able to arrange the changeover.

WELCOME RETURNING MEMBERS

The president and committee, on behalf of the members,


welcome the following members back to the club. We trust
that your time with us is beneficial and rewarding to you in
your hobby. Your State Show Number and Division Id are still
the same from previous time as members of the club and are
printed in BOLD details below.

NAME NUMBER DIVISION


Peter Lukeman 451 2nd
Colin, Jodi & Alex MacDonald 202 2nd

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NOVEMBER DAY GROUP REPORT
We had a lovely group attend our day meeting this month including one of our long term
life members, Leo Micenko, with his son Peter. It is always nice to see our older
members attend the meetings
I had a number of apologies from Wendy, Arthur, Barbara and Joan and hope they will
be able to attend next month.
Our Guest speaker was Ron Parish and he gave a wonderful talk on fertilising our
orchids and for those who brought in some of their mixed fertilisers it was an eye opener
to us all as to how different our mixes were when Trevor Camac tested them all.
Thankyou Ron for agreeing to do this talk and also to Irene, thank you for reminding
him to come.
Rayne and Ron Yates, along with
Ron Parish talked about the plants
on the appreciation table. There
were not as many as usual but the
ones that were there were top
quality plants.
Our next night meeting is on the 5th
December and this will be a social
night. Please bring a small plate of
food to be shared on the night and
if it needs to be cut please do this
before bringing it and put it on a
plate to save the kitchen ladies the
extra work.
Our next day meeting is on the 13th December and will also be our Xmas breakup. We
will still have the appreciation table for your plants and we will also have our Kris
Kringle, so if you would like to be included, please bring a small gift for either a male
or female worth $5.00 or under. If you can also bring a small plate of food to share for
our afternoon tea it would be appreciated. We will try to stop early so we can have a bit
more time to socialise.
For our newer members, we do not have a meeting in January. Our next meetings in the
New Year will be in February with the AGM being at the Night meeting on the 6 th
February 2020 and the Day meeting on the 14th February, 2020.

Hilary Leisavnieks - Day Group Co-ordinator

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FROM THE REGISTRAR FOR NOVEMEBER 2019
Plant of Open Division and Registrars Choice
Judge Pat Harmer and the team chose the plant called Arpophyllum giganteum from
the 32 plants benched at the meeting. They chose the plant because of its outstanding
colour and very good presentation. It had 15 racemes of very delicate purple flowers,
which were too numerous to count. This beautiful species comes from Mexico and
Central America, and it grows high in the cloud forest, which makes it acceptable to
our climate. Pat mentioned that the plant appears to have been grown up high because
of the markings on the leaves. She then congratulated the growers Michael
Willoughby and Oui Ju on their fantastic cultivation.
According to Michael and Oui, they grow this plant cool, with it receiving natural rain
during winter, then once to twice weekly at other times, getting more frequent during
the hot weather. It receives fertilizer weakly at every watering, and the plant is
growing in medium bark. Their comments about the plant was that it is very hardy
plant, and it has high light requirements. Another fabulous species plant guys, well
done.

Plant of First Division


Another terrific plant from Ron and Elizabeth
Hannaford became plant of this division. Their
plant of Cymbidium Black Stump had 6 pendulous
inflorescences bearing up to 30 small brown
flowers, with a red/maroon labellum. It is a hybrid
of Cymbidium (Australian Midnight x Cricket), and
it has two Australian cymbidiums parents being
Cym. canaliculatum and Cym. maddidum, as well as
Cym. devonianum and Cym. atropurpureum from
S.E. Asia in its background. It is an easy to grow,
late flowering cymbidium to have in your collection said Judge Les Nesbit.
Ron and Elizabeth have recently moved houses, and this plant has been left hanging
under a pergola with reasonably high light levels, receiving only rain and an
occasional watering. They use Peters Exec Cal/Mag Finisher as fertilizer and the plant
is growing in plain bark. This goes to show that this a very hardy plant. Good Job.

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Plant of Second Division
Sarcochilus Sweetheart was the plant chosen by the
judges as plant of this division from the 8 plants
benched. It is an Australian Native Epiphyte Hybrid
that was registered in 1998 and is a crossing of
Sarcochilus (Heidi x Fitzhart). The plant had 18
pendulous red, pink and white flowers, it is a cool
grower and it obviously likes growing where in its
current place. Judge Rayne Riggs told the members
that it has 62% Sarco. hartmannii and 38% Sarco.
fitzgeraldii mixed in the background, with the colour of the flowers coming from the
Sarco. fitzgeraldii showing through the flowers. It is grown by Trevor Noble, and
congratulations go to Trevor for this wonderful example of how to grow Sarcochilus.
Well done. Trevor comments that he turns his sprinklers off during winter, hand
watering when necessary, but using sprinklers 3 times a week during summer, with
extra hand watering on the hotter nights. He uses Neutrog Strike Back for Orchids and
worm wee as fertilizer. He uses a mix of medium bark mixed with Bunnings mix, and
has styrene foam in the bottom of the pot. It grows under 50% shade cloth with his
other orchids.

Plant of Orchids in Schools Division


Eight plants across 3 genera groups were presented
for judging by the OIS programme said Judge Steve
Howard. The plant eventually chosen was a nice
grown hybrid called Cattleya Daniela. It is a primary
hybrid consisting of Cattleya (intermedia x
jongheana) which was registered in 1991. The plant
was growing in a mix of bark and coconut husk, with
the plant displaying a branching growth that lends it to specimen culture. The flowers
were quite large given the parentage, and it shows good shape and colour making this
a very attractive orchid in any collection. Well grown and Congratulations to
Willunga High School students. Trevor Garard as Mentor to the students of the WHS
orchid club writes that the students grown this hybrid cool, watering weekly during
winter if there has been no rain, then 3 times a week in hotter conditions. It gets
fertilizer a few times a year, and its mix is bark and coconut husk. His comments were
that it is easy to grow as well as a good plant for novice growers. It is growing under
50% shade cloth, with extra shade cloth up to 75% shade from late November to late
March.
Wendy Lodge, Registrar

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NOVEMBER MONTHLY FLORAL RESULTS
BEST ORCHID OPEN DIVISION & REGISTRAR’SCHOICE
Arpophyllum giganteum grown by Michael Willoughby & Oui Ju

BEST ORCHID FIRST DIVISION


Cymbidium Black Stump grown by Ron & Elizabeth Hannaford

BEST ORCHID SECOND DIVISION


Sarcochilus Sweetheart grown by Trevor Noble

BEST ORCHID OIS DIVISION


Cattleya Daniela grown by Willunga High school students

BEST SEEDLING
Sarcochilus Memoria Neville Roper grown by Michael Willoughby & Oui Ju

OPEN DIVISION
Australian Native Epiphyte - Hybrid
1. Sarco. Memoria Neville Roper Michael Willoughby & Oui Ju
2. Sarco. Kulnura One 'Vincent Vista' Michael Willoughby & Oui Ju
3. Sarco. Kulnura One 'Mouliache' Michael Willoughby & Oui Ju
Australian Native Epiphyte - Species
1. Cym. canaliculatum 'Wangaby' Steve Howard
2. Cym. suave Les Nesbitt
3. Sarco. hartmannii Michael Willoughby & Oui Ju
Australian Native Terrestrial - Hybrid
1. Diuris Dragonfly Les Burgess
Cymbidium – 60mm to 90mm Species
1. Cym. eburneum Les Nesbitt
Cymbidium – under 60mm All Colours
1. Cym. Sweet Devon '1103' Graeme & Maureen Hazledine
Laeliinae – Cluster
1. Ctt. Trick or Treat Les Nesbitt
2. Myc. Gee Willikers Ron & Irene Parish
Laeliinae – Non-Standard Shape Hybrid under 100mm
1. C. Sarah Elizabeth Michael Willoughby & Oui Ju
Laeliinae - Species
1. Arpo. giganteum Michael Willoughby & Oui Ju
2. Arpo. spicatum Ron & Irene Parish
3. C. intermedia var. amethystina James Argent & Allan Jeffries

Oncidiinae - Hybrid under 60mm

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1. Onsca. Sweet Sugar Les Nesbitt
Oncidiinae – Species
1. Onc. crosius Michael Willoughby & Oui Ju
Paphiopedilum – Non-Standard Shape Hybrid
1. Paph. Pinocchio 'Seaview' Michael Willoughby & Oui Ju
Paphiopedilum – Species
1. Paph. hirsutissimum 'Khasia Hills' Michael Willoughby & Oui Ju
2. Paph. delenatii 'San Diego' Michael Willoughby & Oui Ju
3. Paph. delenatii var. Album Michael Willoughby & Oui Ju
Phalaenopsis/Vandeae - Hybrid Under 80mm
1. V. tricolor var. Suavis Michael Willoughby & Oui Ju
2. V. tricolor 'Memoria Alex Beileiter' Ron & Irene Parish
3. Phal. aphrodite Ron & Irene Parish
Other Genera – Hybrid not listed elsewhere
1. Phrag. Giganteum 'Vincent Vista' Michael Willoughby & Oui Ju
2. Lyc. Macama 'Aline' Michael Willoughby & Oui Ju
3. Stan. Memoria Paul Allen James Argent & Allan Jeffries
Other Genera – Species not listed elsewhere
1. Den. lindleyi [aggregatum] Michael Willoughby & Oui Ju
2. Bif. harrisoniae Ron & Irene Parish
Orchid Seedling (Any Genera)
1. Sarco. Memoria Neville Roper Michael Willoughby & Oui Ju

FIRST DIVISION
Cymbidium – under 60mm All Colours
1. Cym. Black Stump Ron & Elizabeth Hannaford
Laeliinae – Cluster
1. Ctt. Gold Digger x Rth. Hawaiian Chic Hoa Nguyen & Dat Van Tran
Laeliinae – Non-Standard Shape Hybrid 100mm and Over
1. C. Unknown Hoa Nguyen & Dat Van Tran
Laeliinae – Standard Shape Hybrid 100mm and Over
1. Rlc. Deception Black Magic Hoa Nguyen & Dat Van Tran
Other Genera – Hybrid not listed elsewhere
1. Den. Unknown Hoa Nguyen & Dat Van Tran

SECOND DIVISION
Australian Native Epiphyte - Hybrid
1. Sarco. Sweetheart Trevor Noble
2. Sarco. Nabiac Betty Schwarz
3. Sarco. Karen Ann Betty Schwarz

Australian Native Epiphyte - Species


1. Sarco. hartmannii 'Clear Cloud' Betty Schwarz
Cymbidium – under 60mm All Colours
1. Cym. Pee Wee Vanda Rounsefell

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Laeliinae – Non-Standard Shape Hybrid under 100mm
1. Pcv. Golden Peacock Colleen Peters
Laeliinae - Species
1. Epi. secundum 'Fairy Lavender' Amy Simpkin

OIS DIVISION
Australian Native Epiphyte - Hybrid
1. Sarco. Amber Star Kildare College
2. Sarco. Purity Kildare College
Australian Native Epiphyte - Species
1. Sarco. hartmannii Kildare College
2. Sarco. hartmannii Willunga High School O. C.
Cymbidium – 90mm and Over All Colours
1. Cym. Unknown Woodville High School
Cymbidium – 60mm to 90mm All Colours
1. Cym. Golden ‘Masterpiece’ Woodville High School
Cymbidium – under 60mm All Colours
1. Cym. Unknown Willunga High School O. C.
Laeliinae – Standard Shape Hybrid 100mm and Over
1. C. Daniela 'Lilac Lady' Willunga High School O. C.
Other Genera – Hybrid not listed elsewhere
1. Den. Unknown Kildare College

MEMBERS PLEASE CHECK THIS LIST


WITH YOUR PLANT LABELS
THE FOLLOWING ORCHIDS HAVE BEEN REGISTERED
Grower Crossing Registration
Number

702 Blc. (Burdekin Midnight x Rlc. Deception Black Magic


Burdekin Storm)

1654 Brassoepilaelia (Bpl.) Now called Procatavola (Pcv.) Golden


Golden Peacock Peacock

PLEASE CHANGE YOUR LABELS TO THE REGISTERED and/or NAME CHANGE, thank
you.

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From Orchids Australia June 2017

To be continued in 2020…

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DECEMBER 2019 OCSA 19


The Orchid Club of South Australia Inc.
Program for 2019

NEXT NIGHT MEETING


5th of December at 8:00pm.
Enfield Community Centre, 540 Regency Road, Enfield

DATE PRESENTER TOPIC


5th December Trevor Garard History of OIS program
Social night Please bring a plate of supper to
share

DAY GROUP MEETING


13th of December at 2:00pm
Enfield Community Centre, 540 Regency Road, Enfield

13th December Christmas breakup Please bring a plate to


share

DATES FOR 2020 SEASON


th th
25 -26 April Festival of Flowers St Paul’s College, Gilles
Plains
4th – 5th July Winter Show Enfield Community Centre
4th – 13th September RA&HS Orchid Comp. Royal Adelaide Show
19th – 20th September Spring Show Enfield Community Centre

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