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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. 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.

2. Orchid Profile Brassocattleya Maikai
Bc. Maikai is one of my favorite compact size Cattleya hybrids. It is an easy grower and flowers well.

3. Similar Looking Orchids
Many orchids look very similar to each other, not only is their vegetative structure similar but their flowers also look quite similar to each other. How do you identify these? One such group is found in Aerides.

4. Fragrant Orchids
Some orchids produce wonderful fragrances, though obnoxious smelling orchids also exist. I have put together a list of some orchids which produce fragrances.

5. 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?

6. Growing Orchids in a Terrarium or Wardian Case
Terrarium or Wardian Case culture for orchids.

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

8. Orchid Profile - Rhyncholaelia digbyana
Rhyncholaelia digbyana, formerly known as Brassavola digbyana, is one of the most hybridized plants in the orchid world. It is also one of the best species to grow for the hobbyist.

9. Recommended Orchid Vendors
Many of you have asked for vendor recommendations, here are the ones Ive personally used and recommend.

10. Scale Insects-Infestation and Control
Scale insects can cause a lot of damage to your orchids. If infected, timely control is the only option to save the orchid.



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