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Begin Again - The Orchid Pool - Summer Wont Last (CDr)

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  1. Tips for Indoor Orchid Care. Caring for your orchid is pretty simple. During the summer months, water it weekly and heavily. Let the water drench the roots and fill up the pebble tray. It doesn't hurt every so often to put the plant in the kitchen sink and really soak it down. Don't worry, you won't kill it as long as it's allowed to dry out.

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  2. Nov 09,  · 2. Water Them Right. The way you water an orchid is a pretty crucial part of orchid care. I found this out the hard way when I left an orchid my boyfriend gave me (from his .

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  3. Jul 08,  · Please try again later. Published on Jul 8, Orchid Collection Update - Summer - Duration: Trac McNguyen 1, views. Cacti and Succulents Collection Update.

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  4. Jan 07,  · Please try again later. Published on Jan 7, Orchid Care for Beginners - How to make Phalaenopsis Orchid flowers last longer - Duration: MissOrchidGirl 67, views. Rejuvenating stressed Orchids Part 1 - Limp, leathery leaves - Duration:

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  5. -- Time of year: Many orchids rest in winter, so they don’t use as much water as they do in spring and summer Watering Orchids in Pots without Drainage Holes Note: If your orchid is in a cache pot (a pot without a drainage hole to let excess water to escape), we recommend pulling the orchid's growing pot out of the decorative cache pot first.

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  6. The flowers on those few orchids that are brave enough to bloom this time of year don’t last very long. This time of year our Phalaenopsis fold after weeks, whereas during the cooler winter/spring season they last MONTHS. This is why most orchids bloom between Thanksgiving and Mother’s Day.

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  7. Apr 19,  · Fewer jobs at City Hall - one way Flynn can begin to arrest the deficit Fortunately, these days you don’t need to take out a second mortgage to start your orchid collection.

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  8. Getting Your Orchid to Bloom Again Moth orchids naturally bloom once a year, usually in winter. This is because cool temperatures at night F (C) help signal a change in the orchid’s chemistry and makes it start to form its flower spike. Until your moth orchid is exposed to those cool temperatures again, be sure it gets consistent light.

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  9. This guideline works pretty well, especially when orchids are flowering. But here’s the thing: Once the orchid finishes flowering, it needs energy to produce another flower spike. Just around the time when that spike should begin developing (late fall to early winter), .

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