Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Diy orchids. Get inspired and try out new things.
Learn how and when to repot your orchid and it should bloom every year. Enjoy our step by step guide!
Emily Urban saved to Terrarium and potted plants
I was looking at buying specialized hydroponic pots for growing orchids "semi hydroponic". Then, I saw the VACKERT containers and realized I could hack them
Michelle Cubbage saved to For the Home
Make a Gorgeous Paper Orchid Plant.....must try this, one I can't kill!
Tracey Taylor saved to For the Home
Eggshells, banana peels, tea bags, molasses, cucumber skin, potato rinds, coffee grounds… What is actually a good idea for a fertilizer supplement, and what is a pure waste of time? In this article, I’ll focus only on eggshells, and the pros and cons of using it as a fertilizer in your orchid potting mix. Read the full article on our website: https://orchideria.com/eggshells-orchid-fertilizer/
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In order to obtain multiple flower spikes and a great flowering show from orchids, we need to keep in mind the culture and needs these orchids to require, but also know which Phalaenopsis orchids are able to produce the show we are looking for.
Mary Garner saved to Orchids
When it comes to Father's Day gifts, something unusual and homemade–with a little science thrown in–always wins. Just explain to your dad all about epiphyt
Clarice Hendel saved to House plants
By Dee Archibald Glass vessels with layers of sand, soil and rocks are a pretty alternative to planting your indoor plants into ceramic containers. It...
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Getting ready to repot your orchid plant? Here's a step-by-step guide to how to repot an orchid. Plus, how to tell if your orchid needs to be repotted, when is the best time to do it, and what you should do about aerial roots or an orchid with no roots. #Orchid #OrchidCare #RepotOrchid #RootOrchid #OrchidPot
Marie Rankin saved to Orchids
Aerial roots are not common in other household plants. If you have just come across your first orchid, you might wonder what the projections on…
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