Orchids are a diverse range of plants with elegant and intriguing flowers. They’ve been around for centuries, attracting royal admirers, gardeners, and even Victorian orchid hunters. There’s no denying the beauty of orchids. But here are a few of the quirky orchid facts that make us love them even more.
You want to bring a little of the outdoors indoors. What should you pick, though? Perhaps the spot you wanted to liven up isn't near a window. Would there be enough light? What you need is a Staghorn Fern.
Every gardener knows the feeling of waiting anxiously for spring to arrive so you can get that green thumb planting again. Luckily, there are a few indoor gardening tricks that can help those long winter months pass like a breeze. Welcome spring inside with your own unique topiary creations, and fulfill that urge to keep your garden thriving all year round.
We love Sphagnum moss because it thrives when it comes to absorbing and retaining water, which makes a terrific medium for carnivorous plants! So here's how it works:
New Zealand Pinus radiata is a hard and stable bark compared to other pine species; however, it needs to be processed from its raw state. Our unique natural process creates a high quality, stable, long lasting, toxin free, consistent growing substrate available in different sizes for your specific growing needs.
Do you have a passion for planting orchids? Chances are, your kids will to! Planting orchids is a fantastic lesson in responsibility (it's definitely less of a step than getting a dog), and they might even develop a love for gardening.
Orchids are some of the most beautiful flowers known, and keeping them healthy and blooming is the biggest challenge for any grower. One of the best ways to keep orchids vigorous is repotting them in a new soil medium, and the best repotting medium is called Orchiata bark.
Essential to orchid growing is selecting the right substrate. A proper orchid growing substrate meets the orchid's requirements for adequate drainage, firmness and aeration. Low quality substrates often fall short in these requirements and are not resilient.
Kokedama is one of the neatest ways to show off your plants. It is a Japanese bonsai art where plant roots are wrapped in soil on the inside and moss on the outside, then bound together with string.
Carnivorous plants are some of the most unique and gratifying plants to grow. They need special care and attention, and their characteristics are unlike any other type of plant on this planet. Because of that, carnivorous plants need a special potting medium to grow and flourish. Sphagnum Moss Carnivorous plants do best in a sphagnum … Continued