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Key steps to orchid care and getting them to rebloom...have a new orchid and need to figure out how to make it stay alive! LOL

Key steps to orchid care and getting them to rebloom.have a new orchid and need to figure out how to make it stay alive! LOL La primera que tuve murio. no la supe cuidar. Ahora tengo otra rosada y esta viva con solo 1 hielo a la semana.

Moving my orchids to glass containers!    * Posted on April 28, 2010 10:00AM by CasaSugar

How-To: Display Orchids in Terrariums

How to display orchids in terrariums: great step-by-step instructions on potting orchids.

The wet moss packed around this orchid’s roots will eventually kill it.

How to Grow and Maintain Beautiful Orchids Indoors

Growing Indoor Orchids~ No wonder my orchids rebloom without much effort. This says they are used to regular periods of drying alternated with drenching rains; that sums up how I water them!

Orchid Care 101 - why are my leaves turning yellow #orchid

How to Troubleshoot Yellow Leaves on a Phalaenopsis Orchid

Orchid Care Blog All About Phalaenopsis Orchid Blooms Posted by Just Add Ice Orchids 3/20/14 7:30 AM      3 The most striking feature on an ...

All About Phalaenopsis Orchid Blooms

How to grow orchids indoors - need to know this considering I have 2 live orchids that won't bloom for me!

How to Grow Orchids Indoors

How to grow orchids indoor and which is best for your home. Blooming orchids look so ethereal that it's hard to believe you can grow them inside your home. For success, choose the right one for your conditions, then watch them flourish.

Use this easy step-by-step tutorial to style a grocery store orchid into a floral shop design.

How to Style an Orchid Plant

Use this easy step-by-step tutorial to style an affordable grocery store orchid plant into a floral shop design by handcrafted lifestyle expert Lia Griffith

Cattleya care for beginners. This is a great resource for orchid care.  copyright Greg Allikas - orchidworks.com

proper light for orchids: " lus, rich, dark green of most houseplants is not desirable in orchid leaves. A grassy green color (light or medium green with yellowish tones) means the plant is receiving sufficient light to bloom.

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