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You are invited to sign up for the Orchid newsletter, as this will not only help you gain information about orchids but it will also keep you posted whenever a new article is added.
An informed grower is always a better grower. You may be a newbie or an old hand at growing orchids and if you are looking for some information on these beautiful and unique plants, then this is the place for you to end your search.
If you are new to orchids and are having doubts on which ones should you grow first; this lack of information is keeping you from trying to grow them. Then I am here to help you. On this site you will find articles catering from basic knowledge to more advance information on orchids regarding their propagation and culture, their pest and disease control.
The Orchids site on Bellaonline.com has articles providing facts about the natural growing habits of orchids, on different types of orchids; so that it is easier to understand the different set of requirements of each type of orchid and correct growing habits are practised.
There are numerous equipments available in the market to supplement orchid growth, but many of them are quite expensive. If you are looking for cheaper options without compromising the quality of growth, please feel free to ask me. I will try to suggest ideas on 'how-to' of 'easy-to-put-to-use' cheaper options. On this site you will also get to read general tips on orchid growing.
I will be adding a new article every week. If there are any doubts or you need some clarification concerning orchids, or there is some problem while growing them, then you can either post your question on the Orchid Forum, an interactive platform where not only can you clear your doubts but can also help others. You can also email me your question, I go through my mail regularly.
The aim here is to promote growing orchids successfully, so that the pressure on the naturally growing populations is reduced and these natural populations are left alone to grow in peace.
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