November 4, 2009

How To Caring Dendrobium Orchids

Dendrobium orchid is one type of orchid-rich color and longevity. Planting and care easier. Fertilizers, flush, and place it in the right place. Flowers blossom scent. These tips and tricks to care dendrobium plant.
Dendrobium plant is not difficult, just provide a good planting medium. It could be charcoal, broken tiles, coconut fibers, and ferns. In order to grow well, instead of planting medium once every six months.

In addition to a good planting medium, note also the nutrients that must be provided. Without the right nutrients, dendrobium not be able to grow and bloom well. To be always flowering, provide regular NPK fertilizer. For fertilizing, do it as needed. Nutrition will help its growth.

Like most species of orchids, dendrobium can grow well at temperatures 15-28 degrees Celsius. Required humidity is 60% -85%. To get the right humidity, do watering two times a day, morning and evening.

Observe also about placement. Place dendrobium in the shade, away from direct sunlight. If you need to plug paranet on plant location. To avoid ticks, or caterpillars, spray insecticide, one to two times a month.


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