Growing Orchids Indoors: Quarantining New Orchids

By Ryan Levesque, the “Orchid Care” Guy

In today’s orchid care video my friend Chuck is going to discuss why it’s so important to quarantine new orchids you bring into your home…

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Quarantining New Orchids…

When it comes to growing orchids indoors, one of the biggest things you need to worry about is introducing foreign orchid diseases into your growing environment.

Just like people, orchids can get “sick” too. Here’s a quick tip for protecting your plants: Quarantine new orchids for at least 3 weeks.

Always quarantine new orchids for at least 3 weeks when bringing them into your home to prevent them from spreading any pests or diseases to your other plants.

Watch the video to find out some helpful tips when it comes to quarantining new orchids…


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All my best,

Ryan “The Orchid Guy” :-)

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