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After Orchid Flowers Fall

After enjoying your orchid's long-lasting bloom, the flowers are now fading and you're wondering what you did wrong. Nothing! They will bloom again, but in the meantime, you have a few options:

Keep Your Orchid Healthy with 3 Great Tips

With their beautiful long stems with vibrant blooms, the Phalenopsis orchid is the centerpiece when it comes to home decor, which is why so many orchid lovers fret over keeping their orchid healthy. Having brown leaves...

Everything You Need to Know About Phalaenopsis Orchid Fertilization

The vibrant colors of orchid blooms can quickly brighten up any space, which begs the question: Who would want to enjoy an orchid for just one season? Though caring for your Phalaenopsis orchid is simple, adding another...

The Top 5 Orchid Fertilizing Questions Answered

As beautiful as orchids are in the home, your desk or coffee table do not offer the same hospitable environment as a rainforest or greenhouse. To compensate for nutrients orchids would normally receive in their natural...

How do I Give My Phalaenopsis Orchid a Boost?

No matter if you live in the snow-prone Midwest or a region with typically milder winters, chances are you’ve experienced your fair share of bitter cold and icy weather this season. Filling your home with plants such as...

A Quick Fertilizing Guide to Maintain your Orchid’s Health

Orchids don’t absorb nutrients through soil like many other houseplants. In their natural habitat, orchids live on trees and trap animal and plant matter and soil particles blown through the wind and absorb these...

How to Choose the Right Fertilizer for Your Orchid

Orchid-growing experts recommend fertilizing Phalaenopsis amabilis orchids every other week or at least once a month. As discussed in our previous post, fertilizers provide beneficial nutrients that promote healthy...

What Orchid Lovers Need to Know about Fertilizer

When talking about orchid care, many people use the words “feeding” and “fertilizing” interchangeably. It’s a common assumption that orchid fertilizer “feeds” the plant; but rather than providing a meal, fertilizing...