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New Orchid Growers - Seasonal Suggestions

Spring into Action, Orchids Entering Prime Growing Season
 

Spring into Action, Sue Bottom
Orchids are Awakening and Entering the Prime Growing Season

Some time after mid-march, you'll be able to move your plants to their summer homes increasing light gradually. The annual repotting marathon is beginning, plan which orchids you're going to repot and what potting mix you'll use.


The Hurricane Season, Caring for Your Orchids Before and After a Storm
 

Hot Humid Summers and the Tropical Storm Season, Sue Bottom
Caring for Your Orchids Before and After a Storm

Here are some general summer tips for outdoor orchid growers as well as things to think about when a tropical storm is heading our way.   Read more articles:
Summer Orchid Care Across the USA, AOS
Summer in South Florida, Andy Easton


Fall Preparations, Preparing Your Plants and the Protected Area
 

Fall Preparations, Mike Heinz
Preparing Your Plants and the Protected Area

Get ready for winter before the cold weather arrives. Clean up your plants, remove pesky hitchhikers, reduce watering and fertilizer, and start thinking about where you will over winter your plants.   Read more articles:
Fall Preparations, Sue Bottom,SAOS


The Winter Rest Season, Orchid Plant Growth is Slowing
 

The Winter Rest Season, Sue Bottom
Orchid Plant Growth is Slowing

Your plants need less water and fertilizer this season, perhaps half as much as during the summer. Protect your phalaenopsis, vandas and phalaenopsis type dendrobiums at 50 to 60F and your other plants at 40 to 50F. Stake your inflorescences for best presentation of the flowers.   Read more articles:
Caring for Orchids During Cold Weather Dr. Martin Motes, Motes Orchids


 

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