Orchid Care 101
Orchids (Orchidaceae spp.) grow naturally in tropical environments like a rain forest. They are a large group of flowering plants with over 22,000 known species, and are perhaps the second largest group of flowering plants in the world. Some orchids even grow on rocks near rivers or streams where they receive constant moisture. Orchids also grow dangling from the branches of trees. Over time, these beautiful plants have adapted to warm, humid places. The easiest way to care for orchids is to…
Orchids for Beginners | Empress of Dirt
Have you wanted to try growing orchids but don't know where to start? This simple guide for beginner growers has everything you need to know including how to choose the right plant, what conditions it will need to thrive in your home, and what to anticipate for the future including re-potting. Have a look and get started with your first orchid.
My orchid plant descriptions and care
MOUNTED ORCHIDS :: Tolumnia Red Berry (have this one too) mounted on driftwood with live moss :: 3" leaf length. Blooms: 1" wine-colored flowers, unscented. Flower spike maturation: 11 weeks, 5 or so flowers on each spike. | #tolumnia #mariasorchids #mountedorchid