Orchids At Home

A line of mixed orchids colorfully adorning your window sill will bring you joy all year long. Growing orchids at home is easier than you think.

Orchids at home

Pure white, deep purple, and myriad of other delicious colors, orchids at home are easier to care for than you might suspect.

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Orchid Exhibit

I recently visited Tower Hill Botanic Gardens where they had a beautiful orchid exhibit. The visit inspired me to add orchids to my indoor plant collection.

Orchids at Home
Garden at Tower Hill
Orchids at Home
Orangerie at Tower Hill
Orchids at Home
Orchids at Tower Hill
Orchids at Home
Orchids at Tower Hill

Orchid Centerpieces

You can order live, blooming orchids delivered to your home; ready to become a spectacular orchid centerpiece.

Grouping them together for a stunning display will work for your party. Remember to return the pots back to the sunshine after you’re done celebrating.

Caring For Orchids

  • Most orchids require water once a week. Avoid over watering as this can cause the roots to rot
  • Orchids like a bright east or west facing window
  • Weekly feeding with a high quality Orchid Food will keep your orchids blooming for months.

“The Orchid Whisperer” by Bruce Rogers. What a great title for a book, right? When your read Rogers’ book, you will learn all pro tips about blooming, potting, and everything you need to care for your orchids. It’s a great resource for the orchid neophyte.

Orchids at home
Orchid at Tower Hill
Orchids at home
Orchid at Tower Hill

Orchids At Home

A line of mixed orchids colorfully adorning your window sill will bring you joy all year long.

Of course, not everyone has a green thumb, you can still get the same great Orchid Centerpiece with a silk orchid – no muss – no fuss.

Next time you are at a botanical garden, visit the orchid exhibit. You will be surprised by these tropical beauties and how easy it is to grow orchids at home.

Orchids at home
Orchids at Tower Hill

Enjoy the Journey

Sandi

26 thoughts on “Orchids At Home”

  1. Oh my goodness, that place is AMAZING!! I love orchids so much, but I definitely struggle with growing them or with keeping them alive, haha. Thank you so much for all of your info – maybe with it, I can try again!

  2. Great tips and your pictures are beautiful. I have always heard that growing orchids is difficult, so I’ve never tried. I appreciate your information.

  3. such a gorgeous flower. so unique, easy to grow, and long lasting. what could be better?

  4. Gorgeous pictures! I worry I will kill them as soon as I get them. I kill grass. But reading this piece gave me a little more confidence to try. Thank you

  5. I admittedly do not have a green thumb. A friend of mine grows Orchids and tried to convince me, as she was gifting me one, that I could do this. Alas, I could not. But admire them – they are gorgeous. The pictures are beautiful and the steps for caring – wish I had them a year ago! Thanks for your post.

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