HOUSEPLANTSOrchids 101: How to Keep Your Moth Orchids Alive and Blooming
Growing Phalaenopsis — and getting it to flower again — is easier than you might thinkFull Story
HOUSEPLANTSHow to Grow Orchids Indoors
Orchids are the exotic aristocrats of the flower world and can make themselves comfortable in almost any homeFull Story
FLOWERSSee the Amazing Orchids Unfolding at a New York Garden Show
Get an eyeful of awe-inspiring orchids in incredible colors and learn how to keep one happily blooming at homeFull Story
FLOWERSKeep Your Garden on Point With Spikes of Purple
Tall purple blooms bridge color gaps, contrast round flower forms and make for intriguing masses in the landscapeFull Story
FLOWERS AND PLANTSVitex Agnus-Castus Fills Gardens With Fragrant Blooms and Foliage
Spikes of purple flowers adorn chaste tree’s aromatic foliage throughout the warm season in Southern gardensFull Story
FLOWERSOrchids 101: Cymbidiums Add Beauty Indoors and Out
Their large, long-lasting flowers give them a place of honor in homes and gardensFull Story
HOUSEPLANTSOrchids 101: Slipper Orchid Success
If you don’t already love Paphiopedilums, learning how to grow them with ease might change your mindFull Story
INSPIRING GARDENSThe Garden That Orchids Built
The owners of a famous orchid nursery create a sanctuary for themselves in South FloridaFull Story
PRODUCT PICKSGuest Picks: Raise a Glass to Radiant Orchid
Celebrate the new year with barware and glasses done up in hues akin to Pantone's 2014 Color of the YearFull Story
HOUSEPLANTSOrchids 101: Classic Cattleyas
These traditional corsage orchids can easily be a part of your collection of blooming plantsFull Story
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