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Category Archives: General Orchid Info.
That is usually the first question I get asked when people see the options available for repotting orchids. And my answer is: Yes. Yes, really. I’m sorry but it is necessary. Yes you have to. Do you want your orchids … Continue reading
Spiranthes are a group of orchids which are pan-global (around the world) in their distribution, and are commonly referred to as Ladies’ Tresses. The different plants and flowers (different species) are very similar in each , and it can be … Continue reading
Rare Orchids – An Overview Author: Mel Beauchamp Orchids are one of the most ancient plants still in existence. Their life began in primordial times, with the species being highly adaptable so that the orchid could grow and change as … Continue reading
Of the many varieties of orchids, the Phalaenopsis Orchid is one of the most popular. Referred to as the “moth orchid” they are the longest bloomers, with blooms lasting an incredible two to six months before they droop and die. … Continue reading
The orchid family is not only the largest but one of the most diverse plant flowering families in the world. The orchid was one of the first plants to evolve on earth, it was around in the time of the … Continue reading
Many people attend orchid shows and see the ribbons and awards without any understanding of the judging process that took place Orchid shows feature hundreds, if not, thousands of flowers arranged in artful displays. In many shows, each of these … Continue reading