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Care for Oncidiums

Oncidium orchid plant

The Oncidium family is very large and includes many flower varieties. The most common flower variety is often referred to as the "dancing lady". This instruction sheet deals with Oncidium types that have thin leaves, pseudobulbs, and branching sprays with flowers colored in yellow and mahogany.


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Miltonia Care Instructions for Your Home


Miltonia orchids or ‘pansy orchids’ are popular orchid selections for enthusiasts and home decorators looking for a splash of color and hint of scent inside any room. Miltonia orchids come in a variety of striking colors including red, pink, purple and yellow accentuated by a ‘mask ‘add to the attractiveness of this specie. For example, the masks seen in Colombian hybrids are intricate and striking markings that can be seen at the base. And in some hybrids, the masks turn into a splash of colors often called ‘waterfall masks’. And aside from these striking colors, Miltonia orchids are known for their scents making these orchids perfect addition to in hotels, offices and other commercial applications.
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What You Need to Know About Odontoglossum Orchids

These days, more orchid collectors, flower and garden enthusiasts, and even simple gift givers are drawn to the beauty and distinct quality of odontoglossum orchids. Among the many variants of orchids, this particular type stands out mainly because of its unique, lovely appearance that combines the delicate nature of flowers and the strong impact of tooth-like lumps on the flower's lip. At the same time, it's considered easier to care for as compared with other types.
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Vanda Orchid

The most highly coveted of ornamental plants is the delicate, exotic and graceful orchid.  The orchid represents love, luxury, beauty and strength.  In ancient Greece, orchids were associated with virility.  

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The Dendrobium Orchid Isn’t Just Another Pretty Flower


The Dendrobium Orchid has many useful qualities aside from its good looks, carrying both medicinal and purification properties. Just as plants use carbon dioxide to create oxygen, the Dendrobium Orchid uses a similar process to remove aromatic chemicals such as toluene and xylene from the air. These chemical compounds have an odor similar to paint thinners and are typically used as solvents. If inhaled, toluene has been known to cause permanent neurological damage. Having the ability to prevent brain damage is just one great reason to keep this lovely plant on hand.
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