Queen Pink Purple Dendrobium

Dendrobium Cluster.webIf we could see the miracle of a single flower clearly, our whole life would change.
– Buddha

My orchids have new blooms awakening every morning. Dendrobium are the easiest to grow. I’ve made lots of new plants from their off shoots. Now, I have many, many pots creating a magical orchid garden. Here are my Queen Pink Purple dendrobiums.

Pink Dendrobium.webEach flower is a soul blossoming out to nature ….. quote by – Gerard de Nerval

Queen Pink Purple Dendrobium – the orchid is a hot pink purple flower.
Freshly cut flower, the Queen Pink Purple dendrobium orchid has several sweetly scented blooms per stem. It historically symbolizes ecstasy. This pink purple orchid would be a captivating addition to any wedding bouquet, table centerpiece or flower arrangement. The Queen Pink Purple dendrobium orchid is known for its award winning premium quality and long lasting vase life.

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    • I hope those helpful hints help you. They will bring a smile to you each time you view them. Remember water weekly – weakly. Fertilize once a month but if you don’t want to have to think about it purchase fertilizer pebbles. They work and free up thinking.
      Issy xoxo


    • YP … that’s his big gecko. hahaha He had put it out there to use as an experiment on how copper hold up in the outdoors. It holds up great. I think that one has been out there for about 8 years. It’s still good as new. ~~~ : -)

      The orchids are real easy to propagate. Use an exacto knife or a very sharp knife to cut the offshoot. Sometimes, You can pull it by pulling it away from the mother plant. It doesn’t hurt them. The roots are what count. Be sure it has at least two roots. If one dies there’s always the other one. Put the offshoot in a clay pot( Clay holds moisture – the porceline one do not) with orchid mix ( the one that has twigs and black rocks). Water it a lot the first time so all of the mixture is wet. Don’t water again until it’s dry to the touch. AND …that’s it/ It will bloom in a year because it’s a new offshoot. Then, after that, you’ll get more branches and more offshoots and then you’ have 40 of them like me. hehehe It’s addictive. Oh, since it gets cold where you are bring them in and keep them in a sunny space away from a window. They need light not sun. They love bathroom because of the humidity when you take a shower.

      Let me know how it works for you.
      Happy Orchid Growing …!!! ~~~~ : – )
      Issy xo


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