Growing Orchids in Water - aka: "Water Culture" is an amazing way to grow orchids, especially if you love being able to see all the lush, green, sexy root nubs like me. Plus, without media, you don’t have to worry about having creepy crawlies hiding in the media and eating those tender roots.
Hydroponic orchid growing may prove the solution for an ailing orchid. The method is actually quite easy and fairly foolproof, requiring a few items and a little patience. Learn how to grow orchids in water with this quick tutorial.
Remove the orchid from its store-bought pot. I like to give the plant a fresh start by cleaning off the roots under running water. The roots are usually pretty compacted, so do so very gently and be careful not to break any of them — the running water will help loosen the moss and/or bark you are getting rid of. If you notice any dead roots (black and hollow), now is a good time to remove them.
Learn how to grow orchids that you are growing inside to make them last longer and look healthier. We give you tips for fertilizing, how often to water your orchids, and how to water orchids planted in various materials such as moss or bark.
DIY Glowing Submersible Centerpiece. Light up your wedding with glowing submersible centerpieces. Submerge faux orchids in water, and add a floating candle and submersible light for a romantic DIY centerpiece. Find everything you need at Afloral.com.