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Here are the top ten articles for the Orchids Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Cheaper Alternatives Ingredients In Mericloning
Producing orchid mericlones can be a costly affair. Mainly because many ingredients used in the technique are quite expensive. Agar-agar, a major ingredient, is one such expensive compound. However, tissue culturists have come up with a number of cheaper alternatives to it, some of these are listed
2. Orchid Mericlones - Why go for this method?
Are mericlones good or are they useless? Read on about the pros and cons of mericloning.
3. Orchid Mericlones
Something about the orchid mericlones: what are mericlones? How are these produced?
4. Luisia Trichoriza - Hairy Root Orchid
Luisia trichorhiza is a unique looking epiphytic orchid. It has small but beautiful flowers.
5. Facts about Orchids
Orchids, would you like to know what exactly are these plants? Where are they placed in the plant kingdom? What are their morphological features? If yes, then go through the article to jack up your knowledge on basic facts about orchids.
6. Methods of Orchid Multiplication
The orchids we possess can be multiplied by different ways. What are these?
7. Growing Orchids as Houseplants
Orchids growing in your garden, patio provide good visual effects, but how about mystifying your indoor with them? You can grow them as houseplants just as easily. You just need to try.
8. Fertilizing With Milk
Using milk as a fertilizer for orchids, let's check whether milk is any good or is it just a new fad.
9. Orchid Growing Tips #3
Continuation of our series of growing tips provided by readers and other forum members.
10. Rhynchostylis Retusa - The Foxtail Orchid
Rhynchostylis retusa, also called 'foxtail orchid', has beautiful flowers and is evergreen. It is good plant to grow as houseplant.
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