Do orchid flowers grow back?

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An orchid flower usually grows back or blooms again after it dies. A part of a plant branch or stem of the flower should be left in order for many other flowers to grow back on it. The flower is one of the most sensitive and fair flower of the tropic plants.
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1. Purchase several ghost orchid seedlings. It's almost a given that someone trying to grow the orchids for the first time is going to kill a few, but this will also allow you to
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Orchids live in rain forests. Usually they are found near water and hang of small cliffs or tree roots dangling over a ditch.
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Cattleya known as the Corsage Orchid is very beautiful however it is one that does not bloom that often. . They require bright indirect light and temperatures 70-80 degrees during
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Much depends on the species of orchid you are growing, but you don't identify it. Best advice is to do a Yahoo search for "orchid care" (include the quotation marks in the
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Do Orchid Flowers Grow Back?
Orchid flowers are among the most beautiful and delicate of tropic plants. Most orchid plants are sold while they are blooming, and since the blooms last for months, it can be difficult for inexperienced owners to tell whether the plant will produce new... More »
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