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Learn How To Grow Beautiful Orchids Ebook
2010-12-13 02:27:00
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Abbeys Orchids wrote a new blog post: Arab Community and Restaurants in Lon
2009-06-11 17:05:00
Abbeys Orchids wrote a new blog post: Arab Community and Restaurants in London Planted firmly in the central of vibrant, multi-cultural London, Edgware Road is the home and chosen leisure hub for many of Londons Arab community. www.wikimedia.org quotes the Marble Arch end of Edgware Road to be known by nicknames such as “Little Cairo,” “Little Beirut,” such is the intensity of the Middle Eastern culture there. Café du ...
How to Grow Orchids
2009-05-27 20:32:00
Does anyone know of information sources for low impact (low cost presumably) production of orchids. I have a location which has what I am told is ideal for the natural growth of orchids (subtropical climate, moist upcurrents of air, with nutrients ) but I need a source as to simply how to start.
How to Make Floral Purses--Did You Know You Needed One?
2008-07-28 10:00:00
If I ever leave off talking about purses here you'll know that's the day that I've gone and died. I guess making purses appeals to me because they can simultaneously be a piece of art, style and functionality. This particular purse is probably more art than most but I just love it. I carry it when I wear my hot-pink, full-length paisley print dress that has a touch of Asian design and it makes quite a statement.There's really very little trick to making your own, you basically make a regular purse and then hot glue till the cows come home--oh I could write a treatise on the wonders of hot glue--the biggest thing is that you'll want to make sure you purchase flowers that are of a good quality because that will make all the difference in the finished product.You'll need:four stems of white orchids (or other comparable flower) and save the leavesone thick green stem suitable for a handle1/2 yard of white material for the purse body1/4 yard of heavyweight fusible interfacingone...
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I like Orchids too
2008-05-31 01:19:00
Orchids is a good bar, too. They have free karaoke...just ask Ian.
My Fake Orchids
2008-05-09 08:32:00
You know my previous post about how I have red fingers and my hubby has green fingers? Well I found another reason why I don't like gardening. Well, besides the fact that everything I grow dies, it is also because I am asthmatic. Smell is a triggering factor for me and soil smells! Fertilizers smells too! So there! Another excuse reason why I don't garden! lolzzOne more reason I can think of is, because we live in an apartment now, there is really no place to plant anything. I can just imagine my kitties playing with the soil and making a big mess of anything in pots at the balcony. What would be worse is they think that the pot are their litter bin and start doing their "business" there. Oh my, that would be a disaster!And that is why silk plants and flowers comes in handy for us. I can have the beauty and elegance of room filled with flowers and plants without the hassle of watering them or making sure they have enough sunlight and all that jazz involved with life plants. Nowada...
Sexy orchids do more than embarrass wasps?
2008-05-08 18:47:00
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Orchids that mimic female wasps may not only waste the time of the male wasps they lure into spreading their pollen -- they also seduce them into wasting valuable sperm, Australian researchers reported on Wednesday.
Peace, Love, and Orchids
2008-05-06 00:00:00
Spring has officially sprung and it has been effecting me in the funniest ways. Not only have I decided I want lots and lots of Native American tribal things: t-shirts, feather headbands (if I make a more Pocahontas-y one I put it up), and a dreamcatcher (which I'm currently making), ...
Orchids in the Trees
2008-05-02 18:27:00
I love orchids but have never been able to maintain them. I either overkill them with love, care, and water, or it was just too darn cold in Philadelphia. The climate in Turks & Caicos, however, being all tropical, is perfect for orchids.My husband started a program of orchid preservation and growth here on Parrot Cay involving tying the plants to trees around the property to allow them to root and bloom with plenty of natural sun and water. Here you see two plants behind the spa that just bloomed, one red & one yellow. Aren't they great? Tags: Parrot Cay, Plants, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos, Caribbean, Living In Caribbean, Photographs, lynda lippin
Works For Me Wednesday: Taking Care of Orchids
2008-04-30 06:44:00
I'm sure some of us will receive a plant this Mother's Day, and in case you receive on of those beautiful orchids in a pot, I have two tips for you:1) Do not overwater. Orchids do not need a lot of water. Once a week you can dip the pot in water for a one minute and that will do it. Or just use water spray to water it. It's better to have less water than too much water.2) Keep it in the shade. You can put it outside but no direct sunlight please. It does not need a lot of sunlight. It needs a lot of air. If you want, just keep it inside the house (like next to a window).Those two simple tips will keep your orchid plant alive. The photo here is from an orchid plant that was given to me 3 years ago. That's how I learned my tip - when I did what I shared it, it worked! And this year, they bloomed! I hope I get another orchid plant this mothers' day :)For more Works For Me Wednesday tips, please go to Rocks In My Dryer :)***Now for the give-away, please click the logo below:
Weekly Winners: Orchids in our Garden
2008-04-27 18:45:00
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Finding Meaning in Orchids
2008-04-27 07:00:00
Orchids are beautiful and delicate. They seem almost to be the anti flower with their geometric shapes the antithesis of the soft, rounded curves of more common flowers. It is this very unusual quality that makes them so exotic and desirable. Orchids have had a long history and have different meanings. Whatever meaning you choose ...
5 Most Common Mistake People Make When Growing Orchids
2008-04-19 07:00:00
Most people can’t get growing orchids right and end up killing them without knowing why. There are 5 common reasons why this happens. 1. You Over-water them This is the number one killer of household orchids. If an orchid plant gets “soggy” from too much water, its roots will quickly start to rot. Orchids should ...
How To Pot Orchids
2008-04-16 05:19:00
Bear one thing in mind when potting orchids: Don't use glazed or painted earthenware pots! Though decorative, they are damaging to plant growth. They keep the compost overwatered and underaired - both fatal to orchids. Otherwise, potting orchids - except for the trick of packing osmunda - is no different from potting azaleas or begonias. Select a clean pot several inches wider than the broadest basal width of a terrestrial orchid. Soak it for a few minutes in tepid water, then drain. Place coarse gravel, small rocks, or crocks (bits of broken pots) in the bottom third of the pot. Add several large handfuls of compost and shape to a cone, the top of which is on a level with the lower rim of the pot. Spread the roots of the terrestrial orchid carefully and evenly around the cone, and fill with additional compost. Firm the compost lightly to settle it - never pack it - and water thoroughly. Later, water sparingly until growth is established. Some deciduous orchids, as Calanthe vestita...
Tips in selecting healthy orchids
2008-04-16 04:35:00
1. Check and see how firm the plant is in the pot, if it is shaky and not firm then chances are it is either been recently repotted or it has a bad root system. If it has been recently repotted check the mix, you may want to replace it for something more suitable for orchids, even thou the plant is in bloom. Sphagnum moss is often used to pot the orchids in for shipping and if it it packed to tightly in the pot it can cause problems. Some times the mix can rot your roots very quickly since it does not dry out.2. The pseudobulbs should be fat and plump. Beware of the shriveled pseudobulbs3. The leaves should be firm. Leaves that are limp or crinkled like an according are indications that the plant may have been exposed to excessively cold temperatures or lack of water due to no root system or just not being watered correctly. Are the leaves brown or have spots? This is an indication of exposure to excessive sunlight or high temperatures. On many of the orchids make sure the center le...
Caring for Your Orchids
2008-04-15 07:00:00
Orchids are a delicate plant and caring for them can be somewhat nerve-racking. If you have never had these flowers before then you might be surprised to know that they have more in common with the cactus than any other plant. Preventing rot in the roots is your main priority when cultivating orchids. To do ...
Select the Right Orchids for Your Purpose
2008-04-09 07:00:00
It is harder to select orchids for your beginning collection than it is to grow them. While growing orchids is a feat of memory aided by experience and common sense, selection requires long association with orchids and long evenings spent studying orchid catalogues. Here are some which you can begin with. Fragrant Orchids Few people have made ...
How to Take Care of Orchids
2008-04-02 00:00:00
The orchid is one of the most ancient known genuses of the plants and its flowers are also quite admirable in the current era. Hence, every individual needs to take care of orchids properly. The orchids are of great use, as they can be forwarded as a thanksgiving compliment of love, or can be nurtured ...
How to Choose Pots for the Ravishing Orchids
2008-04-02 00:00:00
The selection of the orchid pot will have huge affect on the victory of an individual’s orchid. The usage of the pots such as potting medium, fertilizing, watering and location can also affect the orchid’s system. Many people often get confused about the selection of orchid pot. There are several kinds of orchid pots available ...
REBLOOMING YOUR ORCHIDS
2008-03-08 14:16:00
Each genus of orchid has different requirements for reblooming. Most commercial varieties are very simple to rebloom. Phalaenopsis, Zygopetalum and Odontoglossum require only slight changes in temperature to initiate blooming. Others, such as Oncidium and Dendrobium, bloom on mature new growth and require a change of fertilizer to a phosphorus-rich, blossom-booster formula, such as 20-20-20.Knowledge of watering, temperature and fertilizer requirements for each genus is necessary for successful reblooming year after year. To successfully rebloom your plant, identify the type of orchids you have and see our "INDIVIDUAL ORCHID CARE" section for details.A. When the last flower drops, cut your flower spike halfway down the stem.B. After cutting the stem with a clean, sharp blade, seal the cut with melted candle wax or cinnamon powder to prevent bacterial infection.C. A rebloom will probably occur if you continue to care properly for your orchid. Simply follow orchid care guidelines.D. T...
Amazing orchids-Birds Inside
2008-02-19 06:56:00
orchids-Birds Inside, originally uploaded by poojitha. Its beautiful isn't it, orchids always has the structures resembling living beings, don't know why, i found this one in one of the most beautiful gardens in the world.Its the peradeniya botanical garden, Sri Lanka.
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How To Grow Orchids From Seed
2008-02-15 00:00:00
To grow an orchid from seed can be a complicated process, but once mastered can provide a thrilling sense of satisfaction. The plant to be used as pod parent should be well established with good root growth in fresh medium before seed bearing is risked. To bear a seed pod is hard on the mother plant ...
Success with Orchids Indoors
2008-02-12 05:35:00
These prized plants prefer filtered light, fluctuating temperatures, and not too much water by Alex Vasiljev I got my first orchid plant at age 12, when I was growing up in the Ukraine. An... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Care of Orchids - Light, Natural Habitat, and Your Windowsill
2008-02-09 07:02:00
To make caring for orchids easy, first check the light levels in your home. Then choose species that get that amount of light in their natural habitats. More: continued here If you like this post, buy an ad and drive visitors to your site.
Care of Orchids - How Much Light Do You Need?
2008-02-09 05:02:00
Once you are caring for orchids, how much illumination do you require? That is the first query all pleased new owners of orchids plant ask. The reply is always unvarying: “That depends. More: continued here If you like this post, buy an ad and drive visitors to your ...
Arena Flowers
2008-01-30 13:15:00
Arena Flowers - About Us...the leading online florist in the UK, offering the highest quality flowers from around the world at excellent prices. All of Arena Flowers bouquets and arrangements are not only beautiful and fresh, but also affordable and great value ? like flowers should be. We believe that flowers in the UK have been overpriced for too long and that UK flower lovers are not getting what they deserve in terms of flower and bouquet quality. We believe that at Arena Flowers we?re different because we cut out all the wholesalers and middlemen that add time and money to your flowers, and because we strive to give the best possible experience to our customers. So if you buy an Arena Flowers bouquet the flowers will reach you or your intended recipient several days fresher than if they had come from almost any other UK florist. Plus you won?t feel you?ve had to pay a king?s ransom for your flowers.Fresh Flowers, Delicious Chocolates, Fine Wines and Premium gifts delivery ...
Late Night Orchids
2008-01-27 20:28:00
1024x768 wallpaper of these orchids can be found here.
Orchids in a Bottle
2008-01-20 04:36:00
Orchids are among the popular cutflowers in the world. It has become the object of attention of many cutflower growers as it captures an element of beauty through its complexities and elegantly formed sepals. Different species of orchids are used widely in flower arrangements, corsage making, and as collection specimens for the hobbyists. ...
Basic Tips for Growing Orchids
2008-01-05 11:17:00
Orchids are beautiful and comes in many colour and appearances. Most orchids are epiphytes which requires no soil to live. This makes orchids more difficult to be grown compare to the normal houseplant. These are some basic tips for growing orchids for some nice buds:Where to Buy?Find a reputable nursery. Ensure that you get a properly labelled plant and you can return to them for some advice. You also can find websites that sell hard to find plants.How to Spot a Good One?Check their leaves. Pick plants with glossy green and intact leaves. Check also their roots. Good ones are with a robust root system. Small intervals of past flowering is also good.What It Needs?In the wild, they receive light that been shaded by large trees. So, give them this same amount of sunlight, maybe using some sunlight filters. When unsure, don't water that day. Give them some weak weekly fertilizer for fertilizing.Common Problems?Scales can form on the underside of the leaves. Discard heavily infested pl...
Buddy Knox & Jimmy Bowen with the Rhythm Orchids
2007-12-05 00:17:00
Bear Family Records has just released another great set of early rockabilly that has been hard to get for a number of years.Before Buddy Knox hit it big in music, before Jimmy Bowen became one of the great producers and executives in Nashville, they were both members of a rockabilly group called the Orchids. On the advice of a young Roy Orbison, the group went to Norman Petty's studio in Clovis, New Mexico where they started to record some of their songs, including Party Doll and I'm Stickin' With You. Those two records, the first sung by Knox and the other by Bowen, were released as a double sided record on the small Triple D label and, eventually, leased to Roulette. The national label found interest in both records and ended up splitting them apart into two separate releases. Both became hits, Knox going to number one while Bowen peaked at number fourteen.The two continued to record separately for Roulette, but they remained close as the (now) Rhythm Orchids were the back-...
How to Grow Orchids in the Home
2007-11-25 00:00:00
To those of us who live in crowded cities where a window box or terrarium is the only means we have of indulging a desire for green and growing plants, orchids offer special attractions. Indoor gardeners say that a house full of plants is soothing. This is certainly true of the frequently grasslike and gracefully ...
Most Beautiful Orchid
2007-11-20 15:45:00
And this is my absolute preferred and favorite Orchid. Isn't she a beauty?
Sexy 2 PC. Embroidered orchids chemise with side slits, and matching thong
2007-11-17 01:46:00
2 PC. Embroidered orchids chemise with side slits, adjustable straps, and matching thong.
Cymbidium orchids wedding bouquet
2007-10-17 15:40:00
Pink mini callas, green and pale pink cymbidium orchids, viburnum and pink lisianthus in a compact hand-tied look bridal bouquet.
Secrets Of Growing Orchids
2007-10-16 07:02:00
The grower's task, and it is no easy one, is to set in motion the complicated growth processes of the orchid plant, and, through maintenance of proper balance, insure continuation of that process. Using the energy provided by light, the green leaf chlorophyll transforms the carbon dioxide from the air and the mineral salts from moisture into sugar and other carbohydrates. These energy carbohydrates are stored until needed either for rebuilding plant tissue or for flowering.The pseudobulbs of some types, the large leathery leaves of others, and the slender grass-like leaves of orchids lacking pseudobulbs are the storage reservoirs. The cycle will continue only if the grower devotes the utmost attention to the special requirements of the orchid. The reward for his devotion comes when the brilliant bloom and beauty of the tropics is reproduced in the greenhouse.One of the many points to be considered is the matter of how much light should be admitted. It must be decided whether to gro...
Orchids Bathroom
2007-10-09 16:02:00
The name "orchid" comes from the Greek root orkhis, meaning "testicle". Orchids are one of the largest groups of flowering plants, consisting of some 25,000 to 30,000 species. Phalaenopsis are among the easiest and most rewarding orchids to grow.In nature, orchids grow on trees, on rocks, but most of the popular varieties do not grow in dirt or soil of any kind - so, in pots we use mixes of bark, volcanic rock, small amounts of peat moss, sometimes coconut fiber - all substances that allow plenty of air to get to the roots yet hold some water. Soil will suffocate the roots, killing the plant. Orchids are relatively easy to grow. They need the basics -- water, light, air and fertilizer. You can have beautiful orchid plants that last for years. Orchid flowers vary according to the variety and hybrid but they can bloom from once to 2-4 times a year. The blossoms can last for weeks to months. The ideal place to grow orchids is the green house, but bathrooms, kitchens, pool or spa ar...
An Excursion to Las Estacas, Checking Out Orchids and A Friendly Meeting at
2007-10-08 07:12:00
SeeTheGlobe.com Travel Article :: After a beautiful breakfast in the garden at Roxana's place with Helga, the young lab with shiniest black coat, dancing all around me, I went to my private tutoring session at the Ideal Language School where my teacher Estela and I talked at length about various dental procedures, funny doctor stories, and stories of unexplainable events and psychic happenings. We also touched on the topic of personal security, and that a number of years ago there were quite a few kidnappings and robberies of buses. Rate and Review : An Excursion to Las Estacas, Checking Out Orchids and A Friendly Meeting at the Cafecito
How To Care For Orchids
2007-09-15 06:40:00
Hello and welcome to the How to care for orchids site! If you have just stumbled on this site please take your time to review it if you find it very informative or useful in anyway at all.I have just recently discovered a new eBook by the well respected orchid lover, Nigel Howell and decided to extend his complete guide by sharing some tips about orchid care. He states that his new eBook is "The most practical and modern guide you will find for orchid care" so be sure to check that out!In the mean time, if you don't want a complete guide, you can find some pretty easy tips on my site about how to care for orchids!
Advice On How To Care For Orchids
2007-09-15 06:34:00
You may be asking yourselves many times over how to care for orchids so just being the generous and loving person I am, let me give you some advice.First of all, orchids love attention and will basically grow into a healthy orchid if you just give it enough sunlight. If you make sure to do this, it will bloom just beautifully!I know, I know. Just how much sunlight you ask?Well for most orchids with thin leaves, a moderate up to a high amount of sunlight is needed. For these particular orchids, when they get that amount of sunlight, the leaves usually turn medium to light-green in color. This is perfectly normal and is necessary on how to care for orchids.With watering orchids, use luke-warm water. Soaking them is not a bad idea, just as long as the pot?s not overflowing ? keep the water at a level that?s barely reaching the rim of the pot. Only feed and water when the potting mix is hardly moist, because I?ve found that a majority do not prefer continuously wet feet.Temperatures sur...
Man Versus Wild eats orchids
2007-09-11 04:06:00
I love to watch Man versus Wild, not only because sometimes he needs to run around naked for one reason or another, but also because he has a lot of knowledge about nature. Sometimes I am disgusted by the worms he eats, and then yesterday being in the rainforest in Ecuador: he decides to eat a ...
Orchids
2007-09-10 12:07:00
Orchid is the largest family flowering plant of all those on the earth. Some sources cited upward of 30,000 species with the majority found in the tropics while there are species that survived even in the Arctic circle. On two ends of a spectrum, a few species lived in the desert and others are purely ...
Orchids For Your Friends
2007-07-18 09:38:00
Orchids are one of the most diverse varieties of flowering plants and have thousands of species. There are even hybrid types. Orchids grow in almost every region, except Antarctica and deserts. The majority are found in the tropics--especially in Asia, South America and Central America. The range of colors in orchids are just mind boggling.What better way than celebrating Friendship Day with vibrant orchids? A bunch of orchids add color, warmth and freshness to any event. So go ahead and gift your dear pals with a pretty bouquet of orchids, and brighten up their day, or simply send 'em these orchids e-cards to make their day extra special! For A Beautiful Lady ! A beautiful orchid for a special lady.[ Flash ] A Note To Say ! Make your near 'n' dear one feel special with this ecard.[ Postcard ] Pretty Orchids... Reach out to your sweetheart/ friend with your own special message.[ Postcard ] Happiness You Bring Into My D...
Hydroponic Orchids!
2007-07-11 11:49:00
hydroponics is growing plants without soil. There are different systems that can be used, but all in all they have the same thing in common. It is the use of nutrients - water mixture poured over inert substance called aggregates.some of the benefits using growing hydroponic orchids are:* easy to use* no wondering when to water* disease free growth* more vigorous growth* less maintenanceEase of use goes without saying. With hydroponic orchids, the plant is placed in a special pot and is surrounded by aggregates. More on types of aggregates at a later time. The aggregates will not only hold water but also can trap air. They also allow for more freer air movement.After transplanting a plant into a hydroponic system there is nothing to do except add nutrient laedened water. Yes, that's it, water as needed according to the system you use and watch your orchid plants grow.Taking The Guesswork Out Of WateringI think the neatest part comes with knowing when to water and taking the guess ...
Good Shape of Orchids Flower
2007-07-09 20:34:00
Gently feel the petals and leaves of the Orchid between your thumb and forefinger - if they are slightly hard, the orchid flowers are opening. When opening, flower color is brighter and the flower has a distinct look. If the flower is too old, and starting to wilt, don't buy the Orchid. The only time I would buy an Orchid like this to the left is if I don't mind waiting until it blooms again.
AMERICAN ORCHIDS NURSERY (5)
2007-07-03 20:26:00
OHIOKrohn Conservatory1501 Eden Park DriveCincinnati, OhioTelephone: (513) 421-5707Contact: Andrea SchepmannE-Mail: AndreaSchepmann@cinparks.rec.or-gPublic Hours: 8 am – 5 pm, dailyOKLAHOMAMyriad Botanical Garden100 Myriad GardensOklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102Telephone: (405) 297-3395Contact: Allan StorjohannPublic Hours: 9 am – 6 pm, Monday through Saturday12 pm – 6 pm, SundayPENNSYLVANIALongwood GardensKennett SquarePennsylvania 19348Telephone: (610) 388-1000, ext. 557Contact: Lee AlyanakianE-Mail: lalyanakian@longwoodgardens.org-Public Hours: Opens 10 am daily, Closing hours vary seasonallyPhipps Conservatory1 Schlenley PlacePittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213Telephone: (412) 622-5914Contact: Georgia WahlE-Mail: Horticulture@Phipps.pgh.pa.usPu-blic Hours: 9 am – 5 pm, Tuesday through SundayTENNESSEECheekwood Botanical Gardens and Fine ArtsForrest Park DriveNashville, Tennessee 37205Telephone: (615) 353-2148Contact: Teri RiceE-Mail: TRICE@CHEEKWOOD.orgPublic Hours: 9 am – 5 pm, M...
Feeding The Orchids
2007-06-25 19:14:00
There is lots of anecdotal evidence that seems to indicate that one feed brand is better than another. I for one don't believe there is much difference, if any, in growth rates, but look for a complete fertilizer, one with all 7 minor or trace elements. What is FAR MORE IMPORTANT is to feed correctly. Little and often, weakly, weekly are good watchwords. Note that a 20-20-20 feed compared to a 5-5-5 feed is 4x as concentrated, all other things being equal. This usually means it is 4x better value! I do find that most beginners are told to feed at low rates and this is a great way to start. I would recommend that you feed weakly, weekly for at least the first year of orchid growing. This will usually mean 1/4 tsp per gallon for most feed brands at every other watering, and every fourth watering in winter. However, it has to be said that most commercial vendors and more proficient growers feed much more heavily than that. However, it also has to be said that these growers have stat...
Orchids in commerce
2007-06-23 20:50:00
Phalaenopsis hybridOne orchid genus, Vanilla, is commercially important, used as a foodstuff flavoring, the source of vanilla. The underground tubers of terrestrial orchids are ground to a powder and used for cooking, such as in the hot beverage salep or the so-called "fox-testicle ice cream" salepi dondurma. The scent of orchids is frequently used by perfumists (using Gas-liquid chromatography) to identify potential fragrance chemicals. With these exceptions, orchids have virtually no commercial value other than for the enjoyment of the flowers (see also Botanical orchids).There are a great number of tropical and subtropical orchids, and these are the most commonly known, as they are available at nurseries and through orchid clubs across the world. There are also quite a few orchids which grow in colder climates, although these are less often seen on the market. Temperate species available at nurseries include Ophrys apifera (bee orchid), Gymnadenia conopsea (fragrant orchid), Anac...
Miniature Orchids in Terrariums
2007-06-08 16:00:00
If you haven't noticed I'm posting quite a bit about gardening. Indoor/outdoor, flowers/vegetables/herbs it doesn't matter because once the spring weather hit I began thinking about plants. Well I've discovered a new love recently: miniature orchids in terrariums.I already have a small collection of full-sized orchids but something about tiny things makes them so much more appealing and desirable than their fully-grown siblings. I used a collection of inexpensive glass jars (you can also find them at Walmart and other stores) then did a bit of research.I'm growing three different varieties: two jewel orchids, more specifically goodyera schlectendaliana, or a mountain jewel orchid, and baptistonia echinata. I'm also trying to grow neofenetia falcata--or a samurai orchid. The terrarium helps to keep a warmer temperature and higher humidity than orchids can typically get in my home. The first two need lower lights but the samurai needs high light and is a little more tricky t...
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More White Orchids
2007-05-19 14:15:00
I have so many orchid pictures made already from my own flowers but this one is made in my neighboors garden. Arnt' they just beautiful?Ich habe so viele eigene Orchideenfotos, diese hier aber stammen aus Nachbars Garten. Sind sie nicht wunderschoen?
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