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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. African Orchid Species
A list of some of the orchids, epiphytes as well as terrestrials, which are found on the African continent. I have not grown these orchids personally, but I have tried to put together those species which are worth cultivating and would like to grow them myself.

2. Using Orchids and Their Flowers for Decorating
In the crowd of all the flowers blooming in spring, your orchid flowers are going to shine like the moon in a sky full stars. Check out some of my ideas on decorating using your orchids.

3. Additions to Orchid Glossary
I have put together terms related to orchid growth, habit, habitat etc.

4. Identifying Orchids
Wild orchids are found growing every where. How do you identify whether the plant in your backyard or on your trekking route is an orchid? Read this article to find out how to identify a wild orchid.

5. Effect of Low Temperatures on Orchids
Exposure to low temperatures can harm the orchids. I have mentioned symptoms, prevention and cure of cold related injuries in this article. Tropical orchids need to be protected more than temperate orchids, check the article to know why.

6. Ideal Plants to Grow
Orchids are ideal plants to grow for hobbyists and commercial growers, read on to know more on this.

7. 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.

8. Foliar Feeding for Your Orchids
Foliar feeding is one way to ensure that your orchids get the nutrition that they need to grow and flower for you.

9. 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.

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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