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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. Papilionanthe teres - The Butterfly Orchid
Papilionanthe teres is also known as the 'Butterfly orchid' because of it large and beautiful flowers. These flowers are long lasting and can be used commercially as cut flowers.

2. Hardy Species of Orchids from South Asia
South Asia orchids species which are hardy and capable of surviving on a wide range of climatic conditions.

3. Joining an Orchid Society
Your orchids are facing a pest attack and the nursery from where you bought your orchid does not help you much. What would you do now?

4. Ants in Orchid Pots
What should you do when ants invade your orchid pots?

5. Keeping Track with an Orchid Journal
Keep track of your orchids with a paper orchid journal.

6. Orchid Profile – Spider Orchids
Spider orchids provide a great display in the summer and fall.

7. Crows - Friends or Foes of Orchids
Are crows foes or friends of orchids? I found them to be the pests of worst kind, being the most difficult to get rid off!

8. Orchid Profile -- Ludisia discolor

9. Trivia - World's Longest Orchid Vine
A well known type of orchid produces the largest vine.

10. Re-bloom Your Phalaenopsis
Here´s how to get that Phalaenopsis to rebloom!



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