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Caring for Orchids

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Voice Over • Elearning


A relaxed and calm voice for learning about how to care for just about anything.

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)


North American, US General American (GenAm), US Mid-Atlantic


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What to keep in mind about growing orchids. While each type of orchid has its own care requirements, the following five factors affect all blooms. Light the plants tender leaves can be burned by too much direct sunlight, yet insufficient light stunts the growth of certain varieties temperature, orchids that require cooler temperatures can often be well placed in a low spot near the floor. Plants, needing warmer environments might do better up on shelves. In general, avoid putting orchids in drafty shelves, humidity, orchids love moisture and thrive with frequent misting fertilizer. While healthy orchids require plenty of nutrients, too much plant food can cause blackened leaf tips. Water. It's usually best to water in the morning, so moisture has time to evaporate from the plant throughout the day.