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In this book you will learn how to grow orchids indoors. Some of the topics we will cover is proper lighting and how to water your orchids and also what kind of fertilizer to
The World of Orchids is a practical guide to cultivating orchids in a soilless culture. This book provides research-based advice on organic and inorganic growing media, fertilizing and watering, plant nutrition and nutrient feed systems, pH measurement, stress factors, tissue analysis, and mineral deficiency and toxicity. It also describes the unique root system of the orchid plant, propagating and raising seedlings, as well as repotting and potting-on. This book is for the small orchid enthusiast as well as commercial growers producing high-quality orchid plants and flowers on a large scale. The World of Orchids will prove a welcome addition to the libraries of all orchid lovers.160 pages.
Orchids – The Complete Grower’s Guide covers all aspects of cultivating orchids. It is suitable both for the beginner starting out, as well as for the more committed orchid enthusiast looking to try some of the more unusual species available. The authors, backed by years of hands-on experience, take an in-depth look at orchid growing today. Areas covered include a comprehensive background to the orchid and its history together with information on hybridisation and the conservation of rare and threatened species in the wild. On the practical side there is down-to-earth advice with step-by-step instructions on the care of orchids for the amateur and the more advanced gardener: watering, feeding, pests, greenhouse cultivation, re-potting, root care and compost are amongst the many subject areas covered. Superb, specially commissioned photographs accompany the text and reveal the intrinsic beauty of these exotic plants.