Facts & Tips​

Phalanenopsis

 

As known as the "Moth Orchid" or the "Butterfly Orchid", the phalaenopsis is one of the easiest growing and most rewarding for the beginner with or without a greenhouse. A muture plant can bloom for 3 months. Flowers stem on certain hybrids can be forced to rebloom by cutting the tip off after the initial flowering.

 

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Oncidium

A genus of orchids that includes a great many species attractive and intriguing to the hobbyist is Oncidium. The lip dorminates the the flower of many oncidiums and, in a number of species, fancifully resembles a full swirling lady's skirt, with the other, smaller segments being the "dancer's" arms and head. This accounts ofr the popular name for orchids from this group, the "Dancing Lady Orchid". Oncidium can be grown both in the homes as well as in a sheltered area in the garden.

 

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Dedrobium

Dendrobium are among the easiest orchids to grow under most conditions and rewards the beginner with spray of vividly coloured long-lasting flowers in exchange for minimal care. Individual flowers last six to eight weeks under the optimum environment.

 

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Cattleya

Today, more than ever before, the species and hybrids of the Cattleya alliance enjoy the position of being the most popular orchids in the world. Sufficient light is important for healthy growth and flowering. In the home, cattleyas will prefer an eastern, or lightly shaded southern exposure. Foliage should be a medium olive green.

 

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Michelia Alba

Originated in the Himalayas, Michelia Alba is an ever green plant that blossing all seasons. Because of its graceful figure and nice fragrance, it is beloved by people. it is the most ideal ornamental plant for family courtyard. Michelia Alba was first brought into the west coast area of U.S.A. by Chinese about decades ago. The optimum annual tempature for Michelia Alba is from 10 - 20 Fahrenheit, so 80% area of California and most of South America are suitable for the plant.

 

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Chinese Narcissuses

Narcissus is a genus of mainly hardy, mostly spring-flowering, bulbous pernnnials in the Amaryllis family, sub-family Amaryllidoideae. Various common names including daffodil, narcissus, and jonquilare used to describe all or some of the genus. The number of distinct species varies widely depending on how they are classified, with the disparity due to similarity between species and hybridization between species. Species and hybrids are widely used in gardens and landscapes.

 

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Fruit Trees

 

A fruit tree is a tree which bears fruit that is consumed or used by humans and some animals — all trees that areflowering plants produce fruit, which are the ripenedovaries of flowerscontaining one or moreseeds. In horticulturalusage, the term 'fruit tree' is limited to those that provide fruit for human food.

 

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