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 How to Pollinate Orchids?

Answer Orchid propagation is big business. Orchids are found in most areas of the world from high alpine zones to desert flats. The flowers are in such high demand for their beauty and uniqueness that the... Read More »
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How to Care for Phalenopsis Orchids (Moth Orchids)?

The most common orchid acquired by people is the Phalaenopsis orchid. Unfortunately, these are often discarded after the flowers fall off. With proper care, your orchid can flower multiple times a ... Read More »
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How to Pollinate a Plumeria?

Plumeria flowers are asexual plants, which means that each flower contains both male and female parts. After the flower blooms fall off, insects, moths and hummingbirds pollinate the stems by shaki... Read More »
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How do pumpkins pollinate?

Insects take the pollen from the male flower to the female flower.
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How do cactus's pollinate?

It depends on the type of catus. My echinops is a day blooming cactus and the bright red blossoms attract bees. Night blooming cereus are pollinated by bats who may be drawn to the strong fragrance.
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