Spider Orchid Care – A Guide to Keeping One Alive

Spider Orchid Care – A Guide to Keeping One Alive

The Brassia Orchid, or Spider Orchid, is another great genus of the Orchid family. They produce medium-sized spectacular flowers that resemble spiders. In the wild, this attracts spider-killing wasps, a method of spreading pollen from one plant to another. The plant itself takes up a large amount of space with its sprawling spikes and flowers. A single plant will typically have up to 20 blooms at a time in a wide variety of colors. With the introduction of hybrid versions,

Where do I Cut My Orchid Spike after Flowering?

Where do I Cut My Orchid Spike after Flowering?

    Taking care of an orchid is more like a part-time job. However, this is somewhat different in a way that seldom is the case that it requires attention and when it does, it is a full-time job. When you are through the stage of choosing an orchid, next is the most popular question: Where do I cut my orchid spike after flowering? A question that is asked every now and then by orchid-keepers as we call them. So