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Florist Order Forms





florist order forms






    order forms
  • (order form) a form to use when placing an order

  • (ORDER FORM) HOME PAGE | TOP OF PAGE

  • (“Order Form”) means the Seller’s standard order form for Goods.





    florist
  • a shop where flowers and ornamental plants are sold

  • (floral) resembling or made of or suggestive of flowers; "an unusual floral design"

  • A person who sells and arranges plants and cut flowers

  • someone who grows and deals in flowers; "the florist made up an attractive bouquet"











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TOPS 2-Part Carbon Job Work Order Forms, 5.5 x 8.38 Inches, 50 Sheets per Pack, White and Manila, (3467)


TOPS 2-Part Carbon Job Work Order Forms, 5.5 x 8.38 Inches, 50 Sheets per Pack, White and Manila, (3467)



Since 1952, TOPS has provided quality products and services to businesses throughout the world. TOPS continues that commitment providing innovative, high quality value-added paper products for the office, school and home. The TOPS 2-Part Carbon Job Work Order Forms are available in a convenient size (5 1/2 x 8 3/8 inches) making them easy to take along to job sites. Use these forms to record and keep detailed specifications for each job. The manila ply backing has a material and labor record for costing and profitability printed inside to help keep all of your important information together. The carbon copy allows you to keep a record of each job order. TOPS 2-Part Carbon Job Work Order Forms are available 50 per pack. Whether it's a multi-part form, notebooks, writing pads, record books, or any of the hundreds of items we offer, you can count on TOPS products to help!










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Micro-Orchid (Oncidium Varicosum) - It´s opening...




Micro-Orchid (Oncidium Varicosum) - It´s opening...





Orchids of my house.
Micro-orchid: 30mm
Oncidium Varicosum

Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
Division: Magnoliophyta
Class: Liliopsida
Order: Asparagales
Family: Orchidaceae
Subfamily: Higher Epidendroideae
Tribe: Cymbidieae
Subtribe: Oncidiinae
Genus: Oncidium
Species: Varicosum (Brazil to N. Argentina)

Description
This genus was first described by Olof Swartz in 1800 with the orchid Oncidium altissimum, which has become the type species. Its name is derived from the Greek word "onkos", meaning "swelling". This refers to the callus at the lower lip.

Most species in the Oncidium genus are epiphytes, although some are lithophytes or terrestrials. They are widespread from northern Mexico, the Caribbean, some parts of South Florida to South-America. They usually occur in seasonally dry areas.

They can be divided in three categories, according to their growth pattern :

Some have green pseudobulbs and long racemes with small flowers and a dominant lip. They are mostly golden yellow with or without reddish-brown barring, but some are brown or yellowish-brown. Other Oncidium species have white and pink blooms, while some even have startling, deep red colors in their flowers.
Another group has extremely small pseudobulbs and stiff, erect, solitary leaves. These cylindrical leaves act as a water reserve. They have long racemes with yellow flowers that seem to fan out at the top. Sizes of these orchids can vary from miniature plants of a couple of centimetres to giants with 30 cm-long leaves and racemes of more than one metre long. These species, known as the Mule-Ears, are now classed as Psychopsis.
Formerly there was a third group, called the Variegata or equitant oncidiums. They have no pseudobulbs, giving fan-shaped shoots of less than 15 cm, with triangular section leaves. These oval, broad and spongy leaves act as storage organs. Their flowers are most complicated with exquisite colors. The sepals are somewhat fleshy. The petals and the lip are membranaceous. These orchids are now classified as Tolumnia. Cyrtochilum is another genus that many Oncidium species have recently been reclassified into; Cyrtochilum species have extremely long, winding inflorescences that can sometimes reach 20' or more, curled petals that result in three-pointed blooms, and rambling growth habits in which each new pseudobulb appears on top of the old one.
Oncidium species are characterised by the following properties :
presence of column wings
presence of a complicated callus on the lip (this can be used to separate the taxa).
pseudobulbs with one to three leaves.
several basal bracts at the base of the pseudobulbs.
The flowers of the Oncidium genus come in shades of yellow, red, white and pink. The petals are often ruffled on the edges, as is the lip. The lip is enormous, partially blocking the small petals and sepals.
Some Oncidium orchids are very long : Oncidum altissimum and Oncidium baueri can grow to a height of 5 m, while Oncidum sarcodes can reach 3 m.
They are known as 'spray orchids' among some florists. They are very varied and are easily hybridised with Odontoglossum. Together with other closely related genera (Cochlioda, Miltonia, Cuitlauzina, Miltoniopsis, Osmoglossum, Leochilus, Comparettia, Cyrtochilum, Odontoglossum, Tolumnia, Rhynchostele [formerly Lemboglossum], Psychopsis, etc.) they form the Oncidium alliance. Some of the best Oncidium alliance hybrids originate from Oncidium tigrinum and Oncidium incurvum, when crossed with Odontoglossums, although hybridization possibilities of this group of orchids are literally endless, and there are literally hundreds of thousands of excellent hybrids in the Oncidium alliance.

















Micro-Orchid (Oncidium Varicosum) - Until at last I am opened...




Micro-Orchid (Oncidium Varicosum) - Until at last I am opened...





Orchids of my house.
Micro-orchid: 36mm
Oncidium Varicosum

Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
Division: Magnoliophyta
Class: Liliopsida
Order: Asparagales
Family: Orchidaceae
Subfamily: Higher Epidendroideae
Tribe: Cymbidieae
Subtribe: Oncidiinae
Genus: Oncidium
Species: Varicosum (Brazil to N. Argentina)

Description
This genus was first described by Olof Swartz in 1800 with the orchid Oncidium altissimum, which has become the type species. Its name is derived from the Greek word "onkos", meaning "swelling". This refers to the callus at the lower lip.

Most species in the Oncidium genus are epiphytes, although some are lithophytes or terrestrials. They are widespread from northern Mexico, the Caribbean, some parts of South Florida to South-America. They usually occur in seasonally dry areas.

They can be divided in three categories, according to their growth pattern :

Some have green pseudobulbs and long racemes with small flowers and a dominant lip. They are mostly golden yellow with or without reddish-brown barring, but some are brown or yellowish-brown. Other Oncidium species have white and pink blooms, while some even have startling, deep red colors in their flowers.
Another group has extremely small pseudobulbs and stiff, erect, solitary leaves. These cylindrical leaves act as a water reserve. They have long racemes with yellow flowers that seem to fan out at the top. Sizes of these orchids can vary from miniature plants of a couple of centimetres to giants with 30 cm-long leaves and racemes of more than one metre long. These species, known as the Mule-Ears, are now classed as Psychopsis.
Formerly there was a third group, called the Variegata or equitant oncidiums. They have no pseudobulbs, giving fan-shaped shoots of less than 15 cm, with triangular section leaves. These oval, broad and spongy leaves act as storage organs. Their flowers are most complicated with exquisite colors. The sepals are somewhat fleshy. The petals and the lip are membranaceous. These orchids are now classified as Tolumnia. Cyrtochilum is another genus that many Oncidium species have recently been reclassified into; Cyrtochilum species have extremely long, winding inflorescences that can sometimes reach 20' or more, curled petals that result in three-pointed blooms, and rambling growth habits in which each new pseudobulb appears on top of the old one.
Oncidium species are characterised by the following properties :
presence of column wings
presence of a complicated callus on the lip (this can be used to separate the taxa).
pseudobulbs with one to three leaves.
several basal bracts at the base of the pseudobulbs.
The flowers of the Oncidium genus come in shades of yellow, red, white and pink. The petals are often ruffled on the edges, as is the lip. The lip is enormous, partially blocking the small petals and sepals.
Some Oncidium orchids are very long : Oncidum altissimum and Oncidium baueri can grow to a height of 5 m, while Oncidum sarcodes can reach 3 m.
They are known as 'spray orchids' among some florists. They are very varied and are easily hybridised with Odontoglossum. Together with other closely related genera (Cochlioda, Miltonia, Cuitlauzina, Miltoniopsis, Osmoglossum, Leochilus, Comparettia, Cyrtochilum, Odontoglossum, Tolumnia, Rhynchostele [formerly Lemboglossum], Psychopsis, etc.) they form the Oncidium alliance. Some of the best Oncidium alliance hybrids originate from Oncidium tigrinum and Oncidium incurvum, when crossed with Odontoglossums, although hybridization possibilities of this group of orchids are literally endless, and there are literally hundreds of thousands of excellent hybrids in the Oncidium alliance.









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florist order forms




Adams Garage Repair Order Forms, 8.5 x 11 Inch, 3 Parts, 250-Count, White and Canary and White Tag (GT3811)






Adams provides the tools to help businesses keep track of messages, finances, transactions, employees, taxes, and customers. Adams Business Forms were designed to help businesses in the service industry itemize and organize customer information and material or labor costs associated with billing for repair and general work jobs. The Adams Garage Repair Order Form provides space to record all automobile service jobs in detail. This 3-part carbonless form features a white, canary, white tag paper sequence to instantly create extra copies of all work to be performed. This package contains 250 sets and each form measures 8.5 x 11.44 inches. Using the extra space at top you can easily customize the form with a company stamp for a professional appearance. Whether it's a multi-part form, notebooks, writing pads, record books, or any of the hundreds of items we offer, you can count on Adams products to help!










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