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guide on how to grow and care cattleya orchids

The beautiful, tropical epiphytic orchids first grew and blossomed in captivity, and the first of these were cattleyas. The first was Cattleya labiata, which was brought to Europe in 1818 from the Brazilian mountains woods. The best-known of the natural genera of orchids that Cattleyas belong to are Laelia, Brassavola, Sophronitis, and Encyclia. Cattleyas are … Read more

Guide on how to care and grow Brassia Verrucos orchids

This small naturally occurring genus of evergreen epiphytic plants, which includes the West Indies, is from Central and South America. Only a few of the 25 species are grown, and there aren’t many hybrids. By using odontoglossums and other members of this alliance in intergeneric breeding, several surprising results have been attained. Large, dramatic flowers … Read more

Guide On How To Mount Orchids On a Bark

Numerous slower-growing epiphytic species are excellent choices for growing on bark. This is a decent and fun way to raise a lot of orchids. The ability to effectively utilise a greenhouse’s side walls to conserve essential staging space is one of the advantages. The best plants for bark culture are those having pseudobulbs generated on … Read more

Guide :on how to care and grow orchids cactus (Epiphyllum)

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The tropical succulent genus Epiphyllum is often known as the orchid cactus or climbing cactus. There are more than a dozen species, as well as other related hybrids that come in a variety of sizes and shapes. The stems of these plants are typically long, flat, non-spiny, and trailing. When properly cared for, they exhibit … Read more

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