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Cattleya Orchid Care

The cattleya orchid also known as the “Corsage Orchid” is known for large, showy and sometimes fragrant flowers. Some of the most stunning orchids in cultivation are cattleyas, with huge flowers that can measure eight inches across and come in a wide variety of colors and patterns. Cattleya is native to Central and South America and because of their ease…

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Cymbidium Orchid Care

Cymbidium or Boat Orchid, is a genus in the orchid family Orchidaceae. The new Latin genus name is derived from the Latin Cymba meaning boat. Its first known use was in 1815. This genus is distributed in tropical and subtropical Asia. The larger flowered species from which the large flowered hybrids are derived grow at high altitudes. They are considered…

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Oncidium Orchid

Oncidium orchids in the horticultural trade, is a genus that contains about 330 species of orchids from the subtribe Oncidiinae of the orchid family (Orchidaceae). It is distributed across much of South America, Central America, Mexico and the West Indies. Common names for plants in this genus include dancing-lady orchid and golden shower orchid. Light: This is one of the…

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Alocasia Care

(African Mask, Elephant Ear) Light: African Mask needs a delicate balance of light, avoiding direct sunlight, as well as very dark and gloomy spots. Locations which fall between these two extremes are needed to keep your African Mask happy.. Water:  African Mask must be kept moist at all times!  It dislikes dryness at the roots, but too much water will…

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Agave Care

Light: Bright sunlight year-round. Consider moving your plants outside during the summer, where they can bask in full sunlight, and make sure they get plenty of winter light. Water: In spring, water with warm water just as the soil begins to dry out. Don’t let the soil become completely dry. In the winter and fall, when growth is suspended, water…

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