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Basic Steps to good fortune: Orchids
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3 Wrap the pots in squares of ﬂoristry fabric or coconut ﬁber. Pull the fabric taut and neatly fold in any excess material. Secure with staples or straight pins, ensuring that no sharp points are left exposed. 4 To ﬁnish the arrangement, dress the tops of the pots with a small amount of greenery, such as Spanish moss (shown here). Place containers of ferns or other plants at the base of the pole to hide the stand and guard against knocks. Outdoor orchids Often overlooked, certain orchids are hardy enough to grow in the garden.
You may ﬁnd it easier to work if you place the raft on a support. Wet a piece of sphagnum moss with rainwater and apply it to the front of the raft. 3 Mount the orchid on top of the sphagnum. The moss serves to hold moisture and stops the roots from drying out. Tie the orchid and moss to the raft with garden wire, making sure the plant is held ﬁrmly but not too tightly. 4 Lightly spray the ﬁnished raft with rainwater and then place it in your chosen growing position. You can either suspend the raft or use a stand.
By including some species in your garden, you will be helping to ensure their survival. Dactylorhiza foliosa is hardy enough for cooler climates; if grown in a sheltered spot under suitable conditions, it can form large clumps with beautiful early summer ﬂowers. It’s ideal for “natural” gardens. Garden orchids Orchids for shade Most garden orchids favor a bare patch of ground, where there is little competition from other plants, especially when they are young. The vast majority prefer light or dappled shade, and will grow happily beneath deciduous trees and shrubs, or in north-facing borders.