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Tips for Maintaining Orchids at Home « Roche Bros. Supermarkets
FEATURED FLORAL: Tips for Maintaining Orchids at Home Orchids are elegant, majestic and impressive in any corner of your home or as a gift for a housewarming or party The varieties and colors are many, all of them beautiful. From Phalaenopsis — with colorful flowers that stay fresh for months and require less light than some varieties — to Dendrobium — with sprays of white, lavender or a combination that stay open about three to four weeks, any orchid is ready to make a statement. But somehow taking care of orchids ends up challenging for many. Once the plant loses its flowers the first time, people often wonder how to keep them coming back. Here are some tips on taking care of your orchids: Water: Make sure your orchid gets enough water. But…