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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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.
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
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.
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