The Spray Orchid: Dendrobiums are among the most commonly encountered orchids in the retail trade. Like most other cultivated orchids, dendrobiums are epiphytes, or air plants. They have well-developed water-storage organs (pseudobulbs), often called 'canes' for their upright, leafy appearance. They should be potted in porous, free-draining media. ...
The Slipper Orchid: Paphiopedilums are the Old World relatives of North American temperate- zone lady's-slipper orchids, the cypripediums. Perhaps no other orchid excites the same dedication as do these semiterrestrials. And, happily, 'paphs' are one of the best orchids for home growing, requiring only fairly bright light and normal home ...
The EOS sleeving machine for all kind of potted plants (orchids, anthurium, amaryllis...) enable operators to package effortless up to 700 plants per hour. The pot's descent is adjustable to protect fragile plants and pots. Reload the sleeve's pack quickly thanks to 3 stations carousel for a continuous production.
Organic soilless open Growing Medium. Improve Aeration and increase moisture Retention. Light weight organic alternative to clay pellets, bark and rocks. Excellent drainage and Improves soil structure. Wet and rewet easily. Easy to Carry easy to use. Ideal for Orchids, Bromeliads, Anthuriums, potting mixes and as mulching applications.
HortiWool is a man-made mineral fiber generally used for insulation. However, modifications to the manufacturing process rockwool will support and, under the right handling practices, promote plant growth. Melting basaltic rock and spinning the melt into fibers manufacture rockwool.
Benches made by A D Spring for over 60 years are now produced by C-Mac Industries. A D Spring was closed and C-Mac Industries purchased all the stock, machinery, drawings and the rights to manufacture benches under the name of “Spring Benches”.
The young Pleione shoots develop in March/April and flower in the spring. After flowering, the plant continues to develop its foliage and to mature its bulbs. Come the autumn, Pleiones go into their winter dormancy, and the leaves yellow, fade and disappear. Over the years, the bulbs divide to form increasingly large masses.