Learning the Skills on Caring For Orchids | Beauty care

Orchids represent endearment, a sign of love symbolizing a bond as seen on weddings, prom nights which is used as a corsage or wrist band. Most orchids have no fragrance but despite of that, it has a strong appeal because of its delicate-like beauty. Caring for orchids is like a pursuit, an effort to maintain its condition at their best. A person in pursuit of nurturing orchids must know first the methods and process of caring for them appropriately, where can they learn it and be knowledgeable on the specific specie they want to rear. Every type of orchid has its own exact requirement.There are lots of media covering orchid care. From Internet, hard prints, audio and video formats-the knowledge is nonstop. There are also forums that offer discussions and even community groups that teach tips and techniques. It is a matter of choosing what is readily available and what is easily accessible. The Internet offers thousands of articles and contents and its just one click away. Caring for orchids are discussed and taught by e-books, which are obtainable on purchase. This passed information is being enhanced from time to time, processes that did not work are automatically discarded and new techniques have been incorporated.There are general guidelines that can help your orchid thrive. Though specific needs are required depending upon the variations, it is still accepted as common norms. Orchids can live between 75-85 degrees F in daylight and 59 or more during the night. Avoid direct sunlight especially at noon. Water is not vital to orchids. So water them once a week if it’s blooming and once every other week if not, especially only when their roots are already dried up. Repotting is required every two to three years. Fertilizers rich in nitrogen may be utilized for consideration of a low maintenance diet in addition to other substitutes for with monthly minimal consumption.The process of caring for orchids is indeed a fragile undertaking. There are few mistakes which an orchid grower should avoid such as over-watering, too much exposure, potting medium, re-potting, and the climate or temperature. Orchids need consistency to everything, especially for their survival. All are already explained above except for the potting medium, which are also important. Do not plant orchid from regular top soil, it must have a planting media such as wood chips, shredded coconuts and sphagnum moss to retain moisture. These permits pocket of air to trap moisture so that orchids can nourish through it. If strictly followed, orchids can bloom at least three times a year.Phalaenopsis, Paphiopedilum, Dendrobium and Oncidium are the easiest types of orchid to grow for beginners. Phalaenopsis are normally found in most flower shops, it has distinguished flowers on each spike that once cut, a secondary spike will develop prolonging the blooming period. Paphiopedilum or Venus Slipper is easy to get into bloom if given the correct temperature. Dendrobium blossoms can stay for so long. It can be divided if it is old enough so that aerial roots can be developed. Once the parent plant dies it has another. Oncidium or dancing girls are easy to grow and can survive under harsh growing condition.Dendrobium, Vanda and Cymbidium are the hardest types of orchid to grow. Dendrobium lives as epiphytes and lithophytes in almost all parts of the world so its temperature requirement can be so confusing. Vanda orchids are tricky. Its stem aims to grow towards the sun but when it reaches the roof, its lower leaves frequently drop off. But no matter how hard it is to cultivate, flower enthusiasts and hobbyists are challenged to nurture it. Cymbidium ebumeum usually originates from India and blooms only from February to March. Its scarcity and rare blooming period are considered by many as a tough one to deal with.Caring for orchids also needs the knowledge, skill and some talent in pruning. Removal of dead leaves and stalks can be done once a year at most, including shaping the plants especially in fall or winter. When the blooms and stalks withered, use pruning shears to cut it one inch from the end of the bloom stalk. Expect new flowers to bloom in the next season. Removing the stalk will encourage new shoot to grow. The baby plant can be removed and replanted in a new pot. If the last flower fell, cut the stem and seal the cut with melted candle or powdered cinnamon.

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