SOURCE: Just Add Ice Orchids
CLEVELAND, OH--(Marketwire - Mar 8, 2013) - Incorporating beautiful, delicate orchids in your décor is an inexpensive way to add color and elegance to your living or work space. But sometimes orchids' elegance can be jeopardized when accidents happen. Fear not, though! Just Add Ice Orchids® compiled a list of common orchid emergencies and tips on what to do after a mishap is discovered.
To get a free copy of "Orchid 911," visit http://my.justaddiceorchids.com/orchid-911/.
While orchids appear delicate, they are surprisingly resilient when cared for properly, lasting weeks and months longer than traditional flowers. There are instances, though, of incorrect care or unintended mishaps that can result in poor health of your orchid plant.
In this free download, you will learn what to do when:
- Your Pet Eats Your Orchid
- Your Orchid Plant is Knocked Over
- Your Blooms Wilt or Suddenly Fall Off
- The Orchid Stem Breaks
- There is Substance Growing on Your Plant
- You Discover Bugs in Your Orchid Plant
- Various Orchid Plant Parts Change Color
Just Add Ice Orchids are different varieties of phalaenopsis hybrids, also called "moth orchids," within the Orchidaceae family. In nature, phalaenopsis orchids grow new leaves in the summer and early fall, and develop new spikes during the winter. However, Just Add Ice Orchids are grown 365 days a year to be sold in stores all year round.
About Just Add Ice Orchids
Grown and supplied by Green Circle Growers, one of the largest greenhouse operations in the Midwest, Just Add Ice Orchids are breathtaking décor for the home or work space. Just Add Ice Orchids are grown in an environmentally friendly fashion, using highly efficient growing techniques, water conservation and sustainable heat source. The Just Add Ice Orchids brand is committed to introducing new ideas to the market place, continuously striving to best serve consumers and the environment. Just Add Ice Orchids encourages an innovative watering method of only three ice cubes per week, per plant. For more information, visit www.justaddiceorchids.com.