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Reviving Your Orchid: Deadheading, Pruning, and Optimal Care

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1. Deadheading One option you have after your orchid flowers fall is deadheading. Deadheading is the process of removing the spent flowers from the orchid plant. This not only improves the appearance of the plant, but it also redirects the plant’s energy towards new growth. To deadhead your orchid, simply use a pair of clean, […]

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A Complete Guide to Fertilizing Orchids

A Complete Guide to Fertilizing Orchids

How to Fertilize Your Orchids Fertilizing orchids is an essential part of their care routine, as it provides them with the necessary nutrients for growth and blooming. However, it’s important to follow the correct fertilizing practices to ensure the health and well-being of your orchids. In this article, we will guide you through the process […]

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How to Keep Phalaenopsis Orchids Blooming & Right Watering

How to Keep Phalaenopsis Orchids Blooming watering

Orchids are beautiful, delicate plants that require special care to keep them blooming longer, especcialy right watering. The first thing to say is please leave your orchids alone, but don’t neglect your Orchids! Do not over water, do not fertilize, do not expose to the sun. And your orchid will delight you for a long […]

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Where is the best place to put an orchid at home in Florida

Where is the best place to put an orchid at home in Florida

Let’s talk about where is the best place to put an orchid at home. Florida is a great place for orchids, these plants can be grown both indoors and outdoors. For indoor orchids, choose a spot where the plant can receive bright, indirect light for at least six hours a day. In the summer, it’s […]

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Mini Orchids: Home Care

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Mini orchids will be a beautiful decoration in any home, especially if the apartment does not have too much space for flowers. Buying such a beautiful plant, you need to know that it will require special care. In their appearance, they resemble the usual phalaenopsis, only lower. Their main feature is considered small flowers, which […]