Monthly Archives: April 2018
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
Among the species orchids, phalaenopsis are true Spartans. And one of the most hardy species is the phalaenopsis four-shield, or Tetraspis. He is content with minimal care, completely capricious, easily adaptable. And, unfortunately, almost completely disappeared from the window sills. Varietal hybrids with their spectacular flowering are found at every step, but each species specimen will have to be hunted. And lay out a considerable price. But if you love exoticism and are tired of such predictable beauty, then the magnificent four-shield phalaenopsis will gladly win the title of the most undemanding epiphyte in your collection. Continue reading
Orchids with an unpleasant aroma are by no means less than pleasantly smelling. The smells of such orchids are so special that it is difficult for them to find a place in the house.
Unpleasantly smelling orchids did not become popular and widespread, and usually only those who make multi-species collections buy them. And they often “forget” to report such a feature of plants in catalogs or in flower shops, advertising rare beauties.
One of the most repulsive aromas among orchids is the ciliated epidendrum (Epidendrum ciliare), the aroma of the flowers of which resembles sour vegetables or medicinal infusions. Continue reading