Healthy orchid sending spike and blooming

Catasetum: Comprehensive Guide

Catasetum are ideal choices when exotic beauty are a must. It is easy to raise and with our guide we will show you how to be successful.

Beautiful and healthy orchids need the proper to care to truly grow robustly

Dendrobium Orchid Care Guide

Dendrobium are popular and great choices for a beginner orchid grower. In our care guide, we will show you everything you need to know to grow a healthy plant.

Purple beautiful blooms can be attained through a proper orchid care guide.

Phalaenopsis Care Guide

Phalaenopsis orchids are a favorite amongst hobbyists and professionals. Even though they have an exotic appearance, they are very forgiving in nature and are not difficult to care for. Come learn more in our guide.

Cypripedium orchid flowers growing in the wild

Cypripedium Care Guide

Lady’s slippers, a native North American orchid, grow east of the Mississippi River in moist woodland areas, open-forest swamp areas, fens, and along riverbanks. Plants are known for their pouchy flowerers that look like a little slipper. They can grow in gardens if the temperatures never climb above 90°F in the summer, there is dappled shade, and their soil is kept moist.

red pink cymbidium growing in nature

Cymbidium Comprehensive Guide

Cymbidium plants, also known as boat orchids, grow outdoors year-round in USDA hardiness zones 9 to 12. In colder climates they must be brought indoors during the freezing winter months. Plants produce a dozen or more flower spikes, with each one having a large 2 to 5-inch flower. To successfully grow plants – whether indoors or out – nighttime winter temperatures should be between 45°F and 55°F and plants need full sun.