One of the most beautiful and bizarre flowers in home gardening are considered orchids. They look great in any home, they are pleasant to give and receive as a gift, and the variety of shapes and colors of these indoor plants allows you to satisfy the most sophisticated tastes. Florists appreciate orchids for their unpretentiousness in care and long bright flowering. But it also happens that we can’t wait for flowering from our beloved orchid. What to do? Is it possible to somehow stimulate the flowering of these beautiful plants in indoor conditions?
It is easy to assume that a prolonged absence of flowers, when it does not apply to the rest period, indicates problems in caring for orchids. Continue reading
Today, one can hardly surprise anyone with a blooming orchid – many flower growers have learned to successfully grow this tropical miracle, and stores regularly delight customers with new varieties and species of this plant. And now not only phalaenopsis – the most popular and perhaps the only once orchids, but also dendrobiums, cymbidiums, paphiopedilum and many other varieties adorn our homes, apartments and offices.
The orchid must provide the right conditions and care
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A lover of moist air and one of the most compact and rare papinia orchids for most orchid growers is a real star. Its flowering rarely lasts longer than a week, but it is an unforgettable sight. Unusual striped patterns on the huge flowers of a modest orchid I want to consider endlessly. In room culture, papinia is rightly included in the ranks of species that are difficult to grow. It has become fashionable only with the spread of original interior terrariums and florariums, looks amazing on snags and imitations and can become the pride of collections.
Pafinia – a Latin American baby with unique flowers
One of the most beautiful and rare orchids, papinia conquers with the beauty of striped colors on huge flowers and always gives the impression of an unprecedented original. In fact, this orchid is far from as unique as its reputation. Continue reading