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Orchid Care – Caring For Orchids Before and After Blooming

August 6th, 2011 - By allanmadams

Giving your orchids good care before and after blooming will ensure they continue on their normal growth cycle and bloom again. Many people fear that their orchids will not re-bloom, but there’s no reason to be afraid if you follow simple rules of orchid care.

Begin by purchasing a plant that is mature and has already bloomed once or is in the process of blooming. That way you guarantee a basic degree of success and should not have an orchid which never blooms. It is your efforts at orchid care which will be rewarded with its next period of flower production.

How To Grow Orchids In A Greenhouse

May 31st, 2010 - By allanmadams

Orchids are extremely popular lately. They are delightful gifts for virtually any celebration – housewarmings, birthdays, anniversaries and get well wishes. The trouble is, they are extemely high-priced. The answer? Grow them yourself.

Are you curious about simple methods to grow orchids? It is simpler than you think. Just remember these few tips.

Light.  Orchids need the ideal degree of light in order to bloom. Never put an orchid in direct sunshine. It requires filtered light, such as the light coming through sheer curtains or a frosted patio greenhouse window.