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.
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Violets need plentiful light. From October-April, grow them in the sunny east window, from May-September - north exposure. Otherwise, the harsh summer sun would fry their leaves. To keep the plants shapely, give the pots a quarter-turn every other day. To increase humidity, group plants together. Even better, set them on pebble-filled trays. Grow plants in clay pots. Clay absorbs moisture, and then releases it as humidity through evaporation. Water enough to keep the soil moist,- not…
Hydroponic Orchid Growing – How To Grow Orchids In Water
Hydroponic orchid growing may prove the solution for an ailing orchid. The method is actually quite easy and fairly foolproof, requiring a few items and a little patience. Learn how to grow orchids in water with this quick tutorial.
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An exotic-looking woodlander, which produces its orchid-like flowers over a really long period from late summer. Few other shade-loving plants are in flower at this time of the year, so this is a valuable addition to naturalised planting schemes where it mingles happily with ferns and hostas. They do need reliable moisture in summer though, so to avoid stress, apply a generous layer of mulch in spring to help keep the soil evenly moist.