Orchid propagation

Learn how to propagate orchids with these easy techniques. Expand your orchid collection and enjoy the beauty of blooming flowers in your home.
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How to Propagate New Orchids - Everyday Orchids

Learn how to propagate new orchids with these three easy methods. Here are some step-by-step guides to propagate new orchids using keiki growth, pseduobulb division, or stem cuttings. Find out how to take care of your newly propagated orchids and when you can expect them to bloom. #Orchid #OrchidCare #Propagation #Keiki #Pseudobulb #IndoorGardening #Houseplant

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Claudette Peterson
Krystal Duran on Instagram: "Orchid are epiphytes. They grow on top of other plants and are not anchored in the soil. Epiphytes take up their nutrients from water, air, and debris around them. 

Living in Indiana, fall and winter temperatures get less than 55 degrees consistently which would prevent us from being able to anchor orchids or other plants to trees so this will just have to do. 

When choosing a board, choose one that is rot resistant. I used cork bark since it doesn’t rot but it’s also very easy to make holes in. It’s fairly plyable. 

Hang in a spot that will get light, water the moss when it’s almost dry, and you can incorporate liquid orchid  fertilizer in the water when blooms fall off. 

Now we can live our orchid hanging dreams… inside 🌸

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Orchid On Wall

Krystal Duran on Instagram: "Orchid are epiphytes. They grow on top of other plants and are not anchored in the soil. Epiphytes take up their nutrients from water, air, and debris around them. Living in Indiana, fall and winter temperatures get less than 55 degrees consistently which would prevent us from being able to anchor orchids or other plants to trees so this will just have to do. When choosing a board, choose one that is rot resistant. I used cork bark since it doesn’t rot but…

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Queen Raena