Commonly known as "moth orchids" (because the flowers of some species resemble moths in flight), these orchids are some of the most popular orchids in the consumer market. They are recognizable for t...
|Low, indirect light.|
|Keep roots moist. Plants use more water while flowering.|
|Optimal temperature between 59-79F (15-26C).|
|½ strength balanced fertilizer every 30 days while not flowering.|
|When blooms fade, cut off the spike ½ inch above where it projects from the foliage. With continued care, the plant should grow and bloom annually.|
Orchids and bromeliads are some of the easiest plants to grow... but that doesn't mean you don't have questions! We're happy to lend a hand... or, in this case, a thumb.
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