Orchids are no more difficult to care for than ordinary houseplants. They require slightly different watering and fertilizing techniques, but with this easy guide you'll be growing beautiful orchids in your home in no time. Bonus: We name the easiest orchid varieties to care for to guarantee success.

How to Care for Orchids

Orchids are no more difficult to care for than ordinary houseplants. They require slightly different watering and fertilizing techniques, but with this easy guide you'll be growing beautiful orchids in your home in no time. Bonus: We name the easiest orchid varieties to care for to guarantee success.

Amazing Orchids; The Closest Life Gets to Breathairianism

Amazing Orchids; The Closest Life Gets to Breathairianism

Orchids are no more difficult to care for than ordinary houseplants. They require slightly different watering and fertilizing techniques, but with this easy guide you'll be growing beautiful orchids in your home in no time.

How to Care for Orchids

Orchids are no more difficult to care for than ordinary houseplants. They require slightly different watering and fertilizing techniques, but with this easy guide you'll be growing beautiful orchids in your home in no time.

If you can grow Phalaenopsis, you can't fail with Doritaenopsis orchids, a cross between Phalaenopsis and Doritis. Choose from a huge range of colorful hybrids, such as this Taida Sweet Berry.

If you can grow Phalaenopsis, you can't fail with Doritaenopsis orchids, a cross between Phalaenopsis and Doritis. Choose from a huge range of colorful hybrids, such as this Taida Sweet Berry.

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How to Care for Orchids

The vast majority of the thousands of orchid varieties (Orchidaceae) are epiphytic plants, which cling to trees rather than grow in soil. This is true of dendrobium orchids, which are hardy in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 9 to 12, and phalaenopsis orchids, which are hardy in zones 10 to 12. These orchids commonly are grown in bark medium. If you prefer to grow them without a medium, however, then mount the plants on a cork bark plaque. Eventually, the orchids' roots…

How to Grow Orchids Without a Medium

The vast majority of the thousands of orchid varieties (Orchidaceae) are epiphytic plants, which cling to trees rather than grow in soil. This is true of dendrobium orchids, which are hardy in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 9 to 12, and phalaenopsis orchids, which are hardy in zones 10 to 12. These orchids commonly are grown in bark medium. If you prefer to grow them without a medium, however, then mount the plants on a cork bark plaque. Eventually, the orchids' roots…

Cymbidium Orchids : Kiwi Orchids - Cymbidum Orchid Varieties

Cymbidium Orchids : Kiwi Orchids - Cymbidum Orchid Varieties

Bold colors abound in "Orchid Daze," such as the bright fuchsia blooms of this Brassolaeliocattleya Hwa Yuan Rose ‘NN’.

Bold colors abound in "Orchid Daze," such as the bright fuchsia blooms of this Brassolaeliocattleya Hwa Yuan Rose ‘NN’.

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