Phalaenopsis bellina
A very pleasant aroma of floral perfumes with light fresh notes of a sea breeze is inherent to a rare species of phalaenopsis bellina (Phalenopsys bellina), incomparably original in its…

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List of the best spicy orchids (part 2)
6. Katasetum Fans of pastry art can easily recognize the smell of Catasetum (Catasetum) - rare orchids whose flowers smell like freshly baked rye bread and malt muffin. These are…

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How to tame a obstinate orchid (part 2)
Oncidium A very bright orchid, which in the form of its flowers has preserved the features of wild orchids. It blooms approximately every 8 months with flowering for about 1.5…

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Watering orchids after purchase

After acquiring a flower, he needs to go through a small quarantine. It consists in keeping the plant separate from others, protecting it from direct sunlight and eliminating top dressing. It is also required not to water the orchid for 5-7 days in order to identify pests and destroy them in a timely manner. At the end of quarantine, the flower should be gradually accustomed to light, exposing on the windowsill and gradually watering.

Watering orchids after transplanting
Orchid transplants are done either immediately after purchase, or in early spring, when the plant emerged from hibernation. Continue reading

Rules for planting orchids on the block and in the substrate

Orchids from the category of rare and elite plants have become one of the most typical inhabitants of our interiors. Popularity did not diminish either their beauty or their particular appeal. But the mass representation of unpretentious varieties on the shelves still left their mark on the reputation of the plant. The fact that orchids are far from simple plants, began to be forgotten, as well as about various options for their cultivation. Indoor orchids can be contained in the substrate, and without it – and the choice is not always so obvious.

Methods for growing orchids at home
Orchids are grown in two ways – on the block (or its analogue) and in containers. Most often, the method is determined based on the characteristics of plants, although most indoor species allow you to choose it at your discretion. But other factors influence the choice of the method of planting orchids: Continue reading

List of the best spicy orchids (part 2)

6. Katasetum
Fans of pastry art can easily recognize the smell of Catasetum (Catasetum) – rare orchids whose flowers smell like freshly baked rye bread and malt muffin. These are sympodial orchids with oval pseudobulbs very densely pressed to each other, resembling cigars with a pointed end to many (they can grow up to 20 cm in length).

Catasetum
Even young pseudobulbs are leafy even at rest, from the second year lanceolate leathery leaves with longitudinal veins fall off. This deciduous orchid produces simultaneously large male, up to 12 cm in diameter, and small female flowers. Continue reading

Phalaenopsis tetraspis - the most undemanding orchid
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…

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Indoor plants with the most elegant flowers
It is difficult to imagine something more beautiful than an elegant flowering accent, the structure and shape of the flower of which makes you admire the mastery of nature for…

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Brassia
Almost all brassia (Brassia) smell sweet-cloying, but very difficult. They pleasantly surprise with the ability to envelop in a romantic cloud any medium room. The exception is the light aroma…

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7 most original indoor orchids
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…

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