In this section, we will discuss a common trick to use when we know parts of the orchid name but not the whole thing. For example, let's say you are looking for Iwanagara [Iana.] Appleblossom which is now Jackfowlieara Appleblossom (Caulaelia Snowflake x Rhyncattleanthe Orange Nuggett). The problem with this name and a lot of other names, is not knowing if it is spelled "Apple Blossom" or "Appleblossom". However, there is a way that we can search for both. Here's how:
First, from the start screen, click "Search Orchid":
Next, where it asks for the "Orchid Name", enter "apple". Then, where it says "...also containing text", enter "blossom." And finally, click Search, like this:
With the above search, it does not matter if there is a space in between or not. These are the results of the search:
If you intend to do another orchid search, make sure to hit the button "Clear", so you don't forget you have something entered in the "...also containing text:" field. I have done this mistake several times myself and it can be frustrating.
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