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This is a discussion on My vanda's and ascocenda's within the Cattleyas, Vandas, Dendrobiums IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Thanks a lot. I do my best to keep them in good condition. Now I ...
Thanks a lot. I do my best to keep them in good condition. Now I must get them blooming again next time. And of course I'm looking forward to get the seedling orchids to bloom.
If you're planning to try to grow one in a vase, be sure that the roots are wet before putting it in a vase. And only the roots in the case, not the whole plant.Otherwise you can not get it into the vase. And be sure that you don't spray them to much. As you can read above.
Because it's more humid in the vase then when you grow them in a basket.
I would love a photo of the way they fit in the vases. I have never seen it done that way, but I am very new to the orchid world.