Monday, June 18, 2007

Rainwater on Orchids

Rain is a type of precipitation which forms when separate drops of water fall to the Earth's surface from clouds. Not all rain reaches the surface; some evaporates while falling through dry air. Rain that falls to the earth is great for orchids.
My friend Juan uses rainwater by collecting it in 50 gallon drums. He doesn't use rainwater all the time on his orchids since it never rains in Southern California (that's a title to a son by the way). The drums are attached to his gutter system at home. Every time it rains, the drums overflow with water that he uses on his orchids. Using rainwater has a positive effect on orchids because it is low conductivity water. Mix it with your favorite fertilizer and you will see a big difference in the size and color of your orchids.

Chocolate Scented Orchid
Our Chocolate scented orchid will satisfy their craving for a beautiful and long lasting orchid that has a beautiful scent that smells like vanilla and chocolate. Here is the popular chocolate scented orchid presented in a beautiful Asian style basket adorned with living sheet moss. The flower stem of our chocolate scented orchid can extend up to three feet long. The stem is adorned with beautiful fragrant, mahogany colored flowers.

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