Dendrobium Orchid Plant Care

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The dendrobium orchid plant has thick stems that appear like canes and are able to store moisture and food during times of drought. The plants are highly adaptable and have been known to grow in trees or in rocks. The dendrobium orchid includes more than 100 species and is classified into two types, evergreen and…


How to Cut Back a Dendrobium Orchid

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Orchids are beautiful and popular house flowers. There are 28,000 species of orchids, including the dendrobium orchid. These plants can be highly adaptable, which makes them ideal as houseplants. They do take some specific care, but their unique, long-lasting blooms have endeared them to those who grow them. Many people seek to propagate their own…


Dendrobium Orchid Species

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Dendrobium orchids are generally easier to care for than other types of orchids. Dendrobiums come in many species, which have several different color varieties and can require slightly different growth environments. Features In general, dendrobiums have long stems. They usually produce one to five white, lavender or multicolored flowers per node. Dendrobiums like lots of…


Yellow Cymbidium Orchid Information

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The yellow cymbidium orchid originated in Asia and Australia. Unlike some other varieties of orchids, the yellow cymbidium does not grow wild anywhere in the United States, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Number and Shape The flowers of the yellow cymbidium orchid tend to grow in bunches of twenty flowers per stem, reports…


How to Grow a Cymbidium Orchid

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There are many types and species of Orchids. Growing the beautiful Cymbidium Orchid is relatively easy. These beautiful flowers are versatile in color and will brighten any room. The Cymbidium Orchid is widely used for corsages, recognized for the color they portray. Difficulty: Moderately Easy Instructions things you’ll need: Fir bark soil mixture mildly lit…


Varieties of the Cymbidium Orchid Cut Flower

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Cymbidium orchid varieties are prized as long-lasting cut flowers for their beauty and variety of shape and color. The genus cymbidium is one of 52 evergreen species in the orchidaceae family, and there are many cultivars within it. Commercially available cymbidiums are most often hybrids of several species. Single-species cymbidiums are rare but can be…


How to Care for Blooming Orchid Plants

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Orchids are beautiful plants, and they can brighten up any room with their graceful stems and bright, colorful flowers. According to the American Orchid Society (AOS), phalaenopsis orchids are the most popular for indoor growing, although there are nearly 20,000 recorded species of orchids around the world. Taking care of your blooming orchid is not…


Orchid Plant Care

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Orchids are a unique and unusual family of plants, and one of the oldest and most diverse in the world. They are luscious, mysterious flowering plants with beautiful colors, shapes, sizes, and fragrances that make them an enchanting species to grow and collect. Orchids grow all over the world in many different environments, and some…


How to Keep an Orchid Plant Alive

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Orchids require proper maintenance to remain alive and healthy. Many orchids are sensitive about getting the right amount of weekly watering, light, fertilizer, temperature and humidity. Because these plants are native to tropical island regions, they are prone to drying out and dying when planted indoors. If you’re growing orchids for the first time, it’s…


When to Re-Pot Orchid Plants?

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Orchid plants must be re-potted when they outgrow their containers. When the growing medium in which they are planted is degraded to the point that it has a spongy consistency and remains saturated instead of draining freely, the orchid must be re-potted with fresh medium. Do not re-pot your orchid while it is blooming. Remove…


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