Different ways to grow orchids
Articles and links on how to grow orchids on mounts, in terrariums, hydroponically, etc.
Different Growth Media for Orchids
How do you grow your orchids? What kind of material is best for orchids to grow in? There are different options available in the market.
Follow-up to Terrariums and Wardian Cases
Updated information on growing orchids in a vivarium!
Grow Native Orchids in Your Garden
Growing native orchids in your garden is a rewarding experience.
Growing Orchids as Houseplants
Orchids growing in your garden, patio provide good visual effects, but how about mystifying your indoor with them? You can grow them as houseplants just as easily. You just need to try.
Growing Orchids in a Terrarium or Wardian Case
Terrarium or Wardian Case culture for orchids.
Growing Orchids on Mounts
Try growing an orchid mounted for a different look.
How to Make an Orchid Tree
An orchid tree is a great way to grow and display orchids. Here are some ideas on how to make and display one.
Did you know that some orchids grow without leaves? Their roots contain the cells which are normally in leaves to photosynthesize.
Paphs are one of the best orchids to grow in the home. Learn about one group of hybrids that is growing in popularity.
Misting Systems for Orchids
Misting systems are used to provide humidity and reduce temperature in orchid habitats and greenhouses. Two of the most economical types are discussed here.
Mounting your orchids is one of the best ways to grow them. Learn how to do it.
Orchid forums are an important source of information and help available to everyone.
I recommend the semi-hydroponic method of growing for orchids. You should give it a try!
Semi-Hydroponic Orchid Growing
Growing orchids using Semi-Hydroponic (S/H) cultural methodology.
Tree Fern as a Mounting Platform Orchids Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Orchids Site Map
Tree fern as a mounting material for orchids is helping cause the endangerment of these plants in the wild. We should use other mounts.
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