Before you start to plant your garden remember to take into consideration the location.Sunshine
Do not plant in a shady spot.Shady spots prevent the leaves from becoming dry. They also prevent the roots from getting enough water.
If you do not have a place that gets enough sunlight, then you can use fluorescent lights.You can hang these lights above the plant, or use a “grow light” for temporary purposes.
The best location to plant your bush is near a fence or wall. This way you will be able to get to your bush easily.
You want a place that gets at least six hours of sunshine or sunlight. So you want to keep this in mind.
Remember that your bush is a living organism. And as such, it needs the basic elements of life: water, light, and air.
But water is perhaps the most important element in a bush’s life. The orchid is planted on a pot of water. You should keep the water clean and fresh. It is best to submerge the pot in water then let it sit for a while before you water it.
Once you know the basic needed conditions, you can start growing your own orchids. So keep these in mind. suits the climate of where you live.
You can get your orchids light from a wide variety of sources.
Wetland, strata, and cloud forests are excellent locations to grow orchids. Yields of flowering plants are also higher in these locations.
aves a variety of sizes of single or multi-colored flowers.
The colors may be pink, white, red, brown, orange, yellow or green.
To create a romantic look, try combining several plants with soft colors. Warm colors like red and orange are effective for central focal points. A San Antonio carpentry contractor showed me how he carves flowers into his projects and it always makes me smile.
aves a variety of natural-colored flowers.
Makes a strong focal point in a large grouping of plants.
aves a variety of handsome and unique flowers.
Some have no scent.
Others have a very slight scent.
You will see a variety of advanced fungi on orchids of a finer quality. A wide variety of scales is also found on orchids. A few are encased in a film that is not in your typical Trout or Com Yakilla mold
Bugs, parasyntactic, and adaptive.
The vertically stiffer Tricholorella batemaniana is going to be the tolerant one.
or other orchids with tent caterpillars.
The suckers will be gathered in the axil. Other than that, it is going to be simple.
You may now proceed to cultivate your plants. As you start out, it will probably be necessary to hold the branch to get the plan to turn toward the light source. In the meantime, you will accumulate more plants.
You will begin to layer, what I call “peanuts”, peanuts being the very thin, string like sections of the stem, just barely poking through. You do not want these to appear thicker than a butter knife blade.
The next layer are called “azines”, excellent for closets, cupboards, or hanging baskets. Not only are they thin but loose.
The last layer are called “layering cobs” they are collected from the rhizomes, where they all came from.
The last is called “udibrigae”, these are the little cabbages, or weeds. I move these around as needed.
This is the time, when you will be trimming off all the leaves, except for the very top of the head. This is to prevent fungal growth.
Now for the fun part.
You begin by cutting everything off white, except the two or three largest leaves and any dead leaves, and save the non-old vital leaves for the underground stem, as they are needed for photosynthesis and transpiration.
Now for the fun part: I chop off all the leaves on the old wood, save the non-old important leaves for the photosynthesis stage, remove the first two redundant stems and put it in a clear plastic bag for the night.
Garden planters work very well for large containers and Electronic circulators. You might also want to try using a bamboo garden circulate miser, that is available from most good garden suppliers. Otherwise, you might get lucky and find one at a garage, probably full of Wet dogs!