Orchids bring so much pleasure to indoor gardeners year-round. They have very particular needs, so if you have questions, feel free to reach out to our team of gardeners who staff the phones here in Vermont. We're happy to help you select the products that will work best for orchids.
An orchid growing medium must allow air to circulate and permit water to drain very quickly. Soggy planting mix can kill a plant quickly, so it's vital to use a special mix for these remarkable plants. This mix is also ideal for bromeliads and other epiphytes, many of which (like some orchids) grow in the branches of tropical rainforest trees.
Orchids require a potting mix that provides them with plenty of drainage and aeration yet also holds adequate moisture. This all-purpose orchid potting mix is recommended for cattleya, dendrobium and oncidium orchids. Contains fir bark, charcoal, and sponge rock (perlite).
New Zealand long-fiber sphagnum moss provides excellent moisture retention while helping maintain proper air flow around roots. Use it exclusively as a potting medium for your orchids, or incorporate it with other ingredients to create a custom mix. Although this type of moss lasts a relatively long time without breaking down, it’s recommended that you refresh your plant with new moss every few years.
Dirty puddles on the hall floor? Not when you park your dripping footwear in one of our imported English boot trays. Made of rugged, recycled plastic, they have an extra-deep rim to corral melting snow and mud. This large tray holds a whole family's worth of shoes and boots in your entryway or mudroom. The Rubber Grids (included) elevate boots and shoes to help them dry more quickly.
Don't need a full-size light stand but have a plant that could use more sunshine? Try this pendant lamp for a single or hard-to-keep-happy plant. It looks like a standard light fixture, but it actually holds a powerful, full-spectrum grow bulb. Perfect for a niche or corner, over a side table, or that one space you're not really sure what to do with!
Versatile floor lamp from Hydrofarm® is ideal for tall houseplants. Its flexible neck allows you to target the light in just the right direction, while the energy-efficient LED bulb provides the optimal, full-spectrum light that keeps plants healthy and thriving.
Frequent misting benefits orchids, ferns and many other indoor plants that thrive with humidity. This glass sprayer produces a fine mist that's gentle on plants, and unlike plastic sprayers, it’s so pretty you won't mind leaving it out on display.
The Haws Mister is made of either brass, or nickel, and helps keep plants and flowers healthy and beautiful. It comes in a gift box. Since 1886, the watering can designs that made John Haws famous are still manufactured in the UK today. Each is hand-crafted from his original design.
This small, well-balanced mini version of the classic Haws watering can is known as the Langley Sprinkler, and is made of injection molded plastic. Since 1886, the watering can designs that made John Haws famous are still manufactured in the UK today. Each is hand-crafted from his original design.
This watering can, known as the Barley Burbler, is made of high-quality injection-molded plastic with a high gloss finish. The attractive trellis design sets it apart from other plastic cans, along with the special "parking point" for the fine brass-faced rose when it is not being used.
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