Try this brilliant watering tip once per week to make sure your orchid gets the perfect amount of water. Click to see our video for more Orchid care tips and tricks.

A Useful and Unique Orchid Care Tip

Try this brilliant watering tip once per week to make sure your orchid gets the perfect amount of water. Orchid care tips and tricks.

Orchids for beginners: an experienced grower tells how she cares for her orchids and what you need to know to get started at home.

Learn to Grow ORCHIDS for Beginners

Orchids for beginners: find out which orchids are good starter plants and the basic care involved - DIY Fairy Gardens

What is a way I can assist in the reblooming process? Here we have tips on trimming your orchid spikes.

Orchid Care 101: Trimming Orchid Spikes

For cheap front yard landscaping ideas, the right approach is often making the most of plants.

A Year With an Orchid (How I Almost Killed It, and Then Brought it Back to Life)

A Beginner's Guide to Caring for an Orchid -

A Year With an Orchid (How I Almost Killed It, and Then Brought it Back to Life) - Flower Gardening

is this orchid dead or resting?

How to Tell Whether an Orchid is Resting or Dead

is this orchid dead or resting? Learn how to repot, help orchids rebloom, etc. This is agreat site.

Use this easy step-by-step tutorial to style a grocery store orchid into a floral shop design.

How to Style an Orchid Plant

Use this easy step-by-step tutorial to style an affordable grocery store orchid plant into a floral shop design by handcrafted lifestyle expert Lia Griffith

The orchid family (Orchidaceae)  includes approximately 600 genera and about 30,000 natural species worldwide. Orchids thrive in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 1 through 13, depending on the species, but most houseplants are tropical orchids. These exotic-looking plants have earned a reputation as being difficult to grow, but...

Homemade Orchid Fertilizer Recipes

The orchid family (Orchidaceae) includes approximately 600 genera and about natural species worldwide. Orchids thrive in U. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 1 through depending on the species, but most houseplants are tropical

This DIY orchid humidity tray will help the stunning blooms last longer and keep your plants much happier. Use it for your other humidity-loving plants too!

Keep Blooms Beautiful with a DIY Orchid Humidity Tray

Should I cut my orchid stem back, after it’s done blooming? Updated 12/11/17 This post will cover what you should do with your orchid stem once your orchid is done blooming. When I say &#8220…

Cutting an Orchid Bloom Stem

Hoping I have enough info to for my Mom's memorial orchids to continue thriving, they're beautiful. Cutting an Orchid Stem

This is a very helpful link to a great explanation for how to care for your orchid

This is a very helpful link to a great explanation for how to care for your orchid Mais

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