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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. Control Orchid Pests and Diseases Natrually
It was Earth day on 22nd April. So, here is an article on natural ways of getting orchids rid of pests and insects.

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

3. Ionopsis – Miniature Orchid Series
Here´s some information on an interesting little miniature -- Ionopsis.

4. 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.

5. Neem Oil Systemic for Orchids
Neem oil is one of the organic systemics that orchid growers use to keep away any kind of sucking insect.

6. Exhibit Your Orchids in the Home
What should you do to show off your blooming orchids in the home?

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

8. How to Make an Orchid Tree
An orchid tree is a great way to grow and display orchids. Here are some ideas on how to make and display one.

9. Encyclia bractescens – Miniature Orchid Series
Encyclia bractescens is a good miniature for almost any grower. It is easy, does not need high light, and is really cute!

10. Orchid Myths
It is a general belief that orchids come from far off mysterious lands. But the truth is that there might be an orchid growing in your own backyard. Check out more such orchid myths and why they are just.....myths



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