Uncut Orchids - Are Orchids Parasites?

Uncut Orchids - Are Orchids Parasites?

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Uncut Orchids - Are Orchids Parasites?

http://UncutOrchids.com Steve Frowine, author of "Orchids For DUMMIES", answers the question, "Are Orchids Parasites?"

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  • www.dailymotion.com   Uncut Orchids - Are Orchids Parasites? - Video …

    Sep 14, 2009 · http://UncutOrchids.com Steve Frowine, author of "Orchids For DUMMIES", answers the question, "Are Orchids Parasites?"

    http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xahrj4_uncut-orchids-are-orchids-parasites_school

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    Oct 01, 2009 · Uncut Orchids - Are Orchids Parasites? ... Uncut Orchids - Mari’s Song: A Perfect Cattleya Hybrid Repost. by ...

    http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xao7hx_uncut-orchids-mari-s-song-a-perfect_school

  • www.joe.org   Pesticide Use and Grower Perceptions of Pest Problems …

    ... of ornamental crops in Hawaii responded to a survey about pest ... (excluding orchids), $14.7 million; orchids (cut and uncut), ... or insect parasites ...

    http://www.joe.org/joe/2000february/rb1.php

  • www.nola.com   Everything you need to know to grow beautiful orchids

    Most tropical orchids are epiphytes, typically growing above the ground attached to the branches or trunks of trees. Epiphytic orchids are not parasites and simply ... are cool would do poorly in New Orleans' steamy summers. Because it's so important ...

    Dan Gill   •   The Times-Picayune   •   6 years ago

    http://www.nola.com/homegarden/index.ssf/2014/05/orchids_are_easy_to_grow_--_ye.html

  • www.iol.co.za   Facts about orchids

    Not parasites. Although the majority are found growing on trees in nature, they are not parasites. Orchids that prefer to grow on trees are called epiphytes. Their roots do not grow into the trees. They just use the trees and shrubs to lift them higher so ...

    Independent Online   •   7 years ago

    http://www.iol.co.za/lifestyle/home-garden/garden/facts-about-orchids-1.1403144

  • www.marinij.com   Orchids are jewels of the garden

    "Epi" is Greek for "upon" and "phyton" means "plants." Although the orchid grows on top of other plants, it is not a parasite. Other plants like ferns and mosses are also epiphytes. - Orchids are hermaphrodites - well, sort of. They do not have separate ...

    Marin Independent Journal   •   14 years ago

    http://www.marinij.com/general-news/20060114/orchids-are-jewels-of-the-garden

  • www.toledoblade.com   Orchids bursting at Clay High School

    He is really proud that he has one plant that is producing nearly 30 blossoms." Orchids are tropical growing parasites that don't like to grow in the ground. They hang on other plants and pull nutrients from them. Their thick roots need air circulation and ...

    Toledo Blade   •   7 years ago

    http://www.toledoblade.com/Kelly-Heidbreder/2012/10/31/Orchids-bursting-at-Clay-High-School.html

  • www.deccanherald.com   Enthusiasts discuss pros and cons of orchid cultivation

    They develop ariel roots which have the capacity to retain moisture. They are often mistaken for parasites. Dendrobiums and Oncidiums belong to Epiphytes category. Terrestrial orchids are those which grow on the ground. In Mangalore, there are around 12 ...

    Deccan Herald   •   5 years ago

    http://www.deccanherald.com/content/440231/enthusiasts-discuss-pros-cons-orchid.html

  • www.mauinews.com   Book Review 218: Vanilla Orchids

    Vanillas are the only viny orchids, and while many people think that they, like many other orchids, are parasites and/or epiphytes, neither is correct. Vanilla orchids grow from seeds (in cultivation, from cuttings), but after climbing tall trees ...

    Harry Eagar   •   The Maui News   •   8 years ago

    http://www.mauinews.com/page/blogs.detail/display/3432/Book-Review-218--Vanilla-Orchids.html

  • www.websterkirkwoodtimes.com   Orchids Bring Sunshine To Cold Winter Days

    versus tropical orchids called epiphytes (air plants) which grow on trees. These epiphytes are not parasites; they draw no nutrition from trees. Trees just provide a resting place, she noted. The Gravenses and Wattler are not only orchid lovers ...

    Webster Kirkwood Times   •   5 years ago

    http://www.websterkirkwoodtimes.com/Articles-Features-c-2015-01-29-194426.114137-sub-Orchids-Bring-Sunshine-To-Cold-Winter-Days.html

  • www.washingtonpost.com   Shedding Their Fussy, Hard-to-Care-For Reputation, Orchids Zoom in Popularity

    Epiphytes are not considered parasites because they do not harm the trees -- they're just using them as perches. Terrestrial orchids grow in woodland settings and are hardy in this region if properly mulched. But you can also grow some of the more tender ...

    Washington Post   •   14 years ago

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/04/21/AR2006042100914.html

  • articles.sun-sentinel.com   Orchids At Home Hanging On Tree Limbs, Trunks

    Don't worry about the tree being harmed. Orchids are epiphytes, or air plants, not parasites. They use the tree only for support and take nothing from it. Cattleyas, vandas, oncidiums, dendrobiums, brassavolas and epidendrums are good candidates for ...

    SunSentinel   •   23 years ago

    http://articles.sun-sentinel.com/1996-11-29/lifestyle/9611270291_1_orchid-tree-limb-bark

  • juneauempire.com   Orchid variations

    Thus, all orchids begin their lives as parasites, not mutualists, of fungi (the fungus gets nothing from the seed). Now the fun begins! Some orchids have no green pigment, so they can’t photosynthesize carbohydrates to give to the fungus. These species ...

    Mary Willson   •   Juneau Empire   •   9 years ago

    http://juneauempire.com/outdoors/2011-07-07/orchid-variations

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