Moth orchid

To make a terrarium, choose a glass container with an opening wide enough for your hand. Gently add an inch or two of washed, fine gravel. Top gravel with a thin layer of activated aquarium carbon. (You'll find both items at your local pet store.) Next, add moistened potting soil, and you'll be ready to plant. Create a collection of plants, or showcase just one. Good choices include ferns, succulents, mosses, miniature moth orchids, African violets, and kalanchoes.

121 Container Gardening Ideas

To make a terrarium, choose a glass container with an opening wide enough for your hand. Gently add an inch or two of washed, fine gravel. Top gravel with a thin layer of activated aquarium carbon. (You'll find both items at your local pet store.

These 20 low light indoor plants can grow in less than optimal light conditions. Some require bright diffused light and other can do well even in dark corners.

Low Light Indoor Plants - My 20 Favorite House Plants

Growing plants indoors can be a challenge because of light. These 20 low light indoor plants will all do well in homes with lower light levels.

How to care for orchids. Orchids are a popular houseplant but many people think they are 'difficult' to grow. In fact, they are suprisingly hardy. The main mistake people make is to cover the roots (this applies to the moth orchid, the most common). Their roots are green like leaves because they can photosynthesise, so keep them in a clear, transparent pot and feed with special orchid food.

How to care for orchids and keep houseplants alive

How to care for orchids - grow orchids as houseplants! There is a proper way to care for them so they bloom for months on end

How to Grow Orchids - Lots of Tips and Ideas!

How to Grow Orchids

How to Grow Orchids - Lots of Tips and Ideas! My son bought this type of orchid for Mother's Day.

Blue Mystic Orchids

‘Blue Mystique’ Moth Orchid

orchid & fern display -- must recreate this!! (from martha stewart living)

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orchid & fern display -- must recreate this! (from martha stewart living) via Camille Styles

Orchid flowers cover a range of unusual shapes, varying sizes and a rainbow of colors. They may resemble butterflies, spiders or lady’s slippers. Once blooms finish flowering, they fall off ...

What to Do With an Orchid After the Flowers Fall Off?

), also known as phalaenopsis orchids, produce a spray of blooms that each resembles a moth in flight. Individual flowers range from 3 to 6 inches wide and are myriad .

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