Ground Orchid, Spathoglottis Plicata (Purple) - Plant
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Common name: Ground Orchid
Color: White, Violet/Lavender, Light pink, Orange-Yellow.
Bloom time: Round the year.
Height: 2 feet.
Difficulty level: Easy.
Planting & Care
Sunlight: Full sun to partial shade.
Soil: Orchid mixes or a combination of orchid mix and soil-less potting mix for general potted plants.
Water: Water thoroughly, then allow the surface and top layer of the planting media to dry out before you water it again.
Temprature: They like to live in the high 80s during the day and no cooler than 50 F. (10 C.) at night.
Fertilizer: Fertilize the orchid with a reduced-strength 20-20-20 fertilizer tablet once a month by inserting it about 6 inches deep in the center of the growing medium.
- Attach a bamboo stake to the orchid’s spike when it reaches around 12 inches tall with orchid spring clips spaced every 2 inches.
- Ground Orchids can do well in your flower beds almost year round.
- Ground orchids can be grown as potted plants.
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