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 Vanilla Orchid Plants?

Answer The vanilla orchid plant is raised on farms in India and Mexico as a commercial crop. The pods of the vanilla orchid plant are used to make vanilla extract, which is used as a flavoring in baking. ... Read More »
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How do I divide orchid plants?

Divide orchids when they are older and well established. Dividing older orchids is easy and healthy for the plant, whereas dividing young orchids may weaken it. Soak the orchid's substrate in water... Read More »
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How do I separate orchid plants?

TimingMonitor your orchids from year to year; if they are producing fewer or smaller blossoms, or the new leaf growth is smaller than the old growth, it's time to repot or divide the orchid.Prepare... Read More »
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How do I maintain orchid plants?

Water the orchid plant at intervals of five to 10 days, depending on the climate in your location. Humid climates offer more moisture to the plant and it will require less frequent watering. If you... Read More »
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What are the rarest orchid plants?

Paphiopedilum species are becoming very rare these days. Paphiopedilum rothschildianum P. gigantifolium P. sanderianum
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