Identifying Orchids

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This pictorial shows examples of orchids and identifies the type of orchid. You can use this guide when repotting an orchid that has no label and if you are unsure which genera it is. The following orchids are commonly sold in nurseries, groceries and box stores and are sometimes sold with no label other than simply . - Dendrobium Orchid. The top-heavy blooms of the Dendrobium orchid often require staking. With more than 1000 species included in this large orchid genus, the Dendrobium orchid defies easy categorization. The most common varieties you 'll find in the trade feature white, yellow, or lavender blooms.. - Orchids are an incredibly unique and fascinating group of plants. Many people can identify a Phalaenopsis moth orchid or Cattleya the old corsage orchids , but the question often is asked, "What makes an orchid an orchid?" Orchids have some morphological physical traits that make them stand out .If you do not have the original tag identifying the orchid, then the easiest way to identify it is with the flowers. Look at the shape, color, patterns, and size of the bloom. Most orchids come in many colors, so you cannot identify an orchid solely by the color or size of the flower, but it may help narrow it down..

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