The common species of orchid that blooms throughout the year is Spathoglottis plicata, also known as the ground orchid. It is endemic to South-Eastern Asia and the Philippines.
Round pseudobulbs that get bigger and more numerous as the orchid ages give rise to the leaves.
Common Name - Ground Orchid
Flower Color - White, Violet/Lavender, Light pink, Orange Yellow.
Bloom Time - Round the year.
Difficulty Level - Easy.
Planting and care
- The growing medium can be tested for watering by inserting your finger approximately an inch deep.
- Give it some water if it's dry; otherwise, leave it alone. Indoor orchid plants also require a sufficient humidity level, between 50 and 70 percent.
- You may boost the humidity in your house in a number of ways.
- Plants should be misted daily, placed on a tray of pebbles or filled with water, or a humidifier can be used.
Sunlight - Full sun to partial shade.
Watering - Water thoroughly, then allow the surface and top layer of the planting media to dry out before you water it again.
Soil - Orchid mixes or a combination of orchid mix and soil-less potting mix for general potted plants.
Temperature - They like to live in the high 80s during the day and no cooler than (10 C.) at night.
Fertilizer - Fertilize the orchid with a reduced-strength 20-20-20 fertilizer tablet once a month by inserting it about 6 inches deep in the center of the growing medium.
Ground Orchid uses
In your flower beds, ground orchids can thrive virtually all year long.
You may cultivate ground orchids in pots.
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