Orchids never go out of style. Although these delightful tropicans retain the status of special and moody plants, today they are found in almost every interior. True, it makes sense to talk about their wide distribution only in the context of a single species – phalaenopsis. But the butterfly orchid, and other species with the unpretentious status, the assortment of indoor orchids is not limited. At exhibitions and in flower shops, albeit less often, there are surprisingly original beauties that strike with leaves and flowering.
Orchid Leptotes (Leptotes)
Big flaws and significant advantages of “not such” orchids
Whatever kind of orchid is discussed, the status of an unusual, original plant is almost inevitably associated with their moodiness. Continue reading
The flowering period of phalaenopsis tetraspis can be stretched, but the favorite flowering time of this orchid is spring and summer.
The ability of phalaenopsis to develop further and to produce new peduncles on one shoot, modern varietal pets inherited just from the four-winged phalaenopsis.
The flower stalk of the plant does not just not begin to dry out after flowering, but continues to grow and develop. Moreover, on healthy and adult orchids, new peduncles can develop simultaneously with the flowering of the old and the plant is often not limited to 2-5th peduncles in the outlet. Continue reading