Orchids are one of the richest and most varied botanical families in the plant world. There are various types of orchids, but more essentially we divide them into spontaneous and hybrid orchids.
In Italy, 29 genera and 189 species and subspecies of Orchids are born, for the most part geophytes, that is, they are herbaceous plants that possess underground buds. Only Liparis loeselli, Malaxis paludosa and Spiranthes aestivalis can be considered epiphytic plants, as they are born and develop on other plants, which they use as support to get the necessary nourishment, such as moss or sphagnum.
The genera of wild orchids are:
Anacamptis, recognizable by the cylindrical stem, the lanceolate leaves and the lip facing downwards. The Anceptis are developed in central Europe, in the Mediterranean basin up to the Caucasus areas. In Italy we have 8 species.
Barlia, whose lip is very large, while the spur is conic-saccular. The species it includes are native to the Canary Islands or the Mediterranean.
Cephalanthera, whose plants have underground stems that generate new roots every year and reach 50 cm.
Chamorchis, herbaceous plants that reach 10 cm in height. They are non-epiphytic terrestrial orchids. The inflorescence looks like a spike, formed by a maximum of 14 flowers.
Corallorhiza, a genus that includes not very tall, terrestrial plants, whose leaves are reddish brown, while the inflorescence is a simple spike composed of a variable number of flowers (from 2 to 40).
Cypripedium, which includes plants of 50 cm, terrestrial, with leaves of two types, namely cauline or more or less radical. They carry only one flower, very large and showy.
Dactlylorhiza, which has herbaceous plants up to 100 cm tall, terrestrial, with about ten leaves and flowers of purple, purple, yellow or white color.
Epipactis, whose plants are perennial herbaceous of varying height (from a few centimeters to one meter), have ovate-lanceolate or elliptic-lanceolate leaves, with many veins. The flowers are white, green, red or violet.
Epipogium, whose plants are up to 50 cm tall, terrestrial, with a variable number of flowers.
Gennaria, which includes only one species, Gennaria diphylla, up to 30 cm tall, with heart-shaped leaves and which can have up to 80 flowers.
Goodyera, which possesses only the Goodyera repens species. These plants can reach 50 cm, with basal or cauline leaves and with a maximum of 72 flowers, white, cream, ivory, brown or green.
Gymnedenia. The leaves of these plants are of three types: lower, middle or upper. The latter arrive just below the inflorescence. The spikes of the inflorescence can also contain 150 flowers, white or pink in color.
Herminium, which includes only the Herminium monorchis species, with inflorescences that consist in a simple raceme, with a variable number of flowers.
Himantoglossum, which includes species of terrestrial plants, with lanceolate leaves and elongated spike inflorescence formed by many flowers.
Limodorum, whose plants are robust, purplish, with many roots and few flowers.
Liparis, which includes the species of the Liparis loeselli, whose plants are herbaceous, with aerial roots and stems. The leaves have a lanceolate shape, with many veins, while the number of flowers varies from 3 to 40.
Listera, which includes two species: Listera cordata and Listera ovata. The plants of this genus reach one meter, with basal or cauline leaves and a spike inflorescence, comprising from 2 to 100 flowers.
Malaxis, which includes Malaxis Monophullos and Malaxis paludosa, whose plants reach 30 cm, with lanceolate basal leaves and a high number of flowers (up to 160).
Neonitea, present in Europe, North Africa, Asia Minor and the Caucasus, with plants reaching 40 cm.
Neottia, which includes only one species, namely Neottia nudus-avis, whose plants are terrestrial, have about two leaves each and have a spike inflorescence, with few or many flowers.
Nigritella, with herbaceous plants up to 30 cm, with basal or cauline leaves and terminal spike inflorescences of maximum 3 cm.
Ophrys, which includes slender plants with basal leaves and more or less loose inflorescences. It is one of the most species-rich genera.
Orchis, including many species. The plants have 2 to 9 basal leaves and 1 or 2 cauline leaves. The flowers are grouped in spikes.
Platanthera, whose plants are very tall, with a simple, hairless and elongated spike inflorescence.
Pseudorchis, which includes only the genus Pseudorchis Albida, with lanceolate leaves and cylindrical inflorescence composed of small and pendulous flowers.
Serapias, a genus very rich in species, whose plants are characterized by reddish flowers without a spur and with a divided lip.
Spiranthes, with plants up to 50 cm tall, with sessile spike inflorescence, whose flowers are small and of various colors (white, yellow, cream, pink or lilac).
Trausteinera, which includes only the genus Trausteinera globosa, whose plants reach a maximum of 60 cm, with a spike inflorescence, which includes odorless pink flowers with white shades and violet spots.
Orchids belong to the large family of Orchidaceae (also known as Asparagales) and are divided into an incredible number of species (about 25,000) and genera (about
In Italy alone, more than eighty thousand spontaneous species of orchids have been classified that are born and grow in very different environments (some are typical of seaside places, others of mountain ones).
To simplify things a bit, therefore, we will limit ourselves to saying that from a biological point of view, the different orchids are classified into:
- EPIPHITES: they are orchids characterized by the simple presence of aerial roots. They develop by attaching themselves to the trees they use as a support.
The most cultivated genera are: Cymbidium, Odontoglossum, Cattleya, Phalaenopsis and Vanda.
- POOR: these orchids are rooted in the ground thanks to volatile stems that attach themselves to different substrates and are characterized by aerial type roots.
Vanilla (Vanilla planifolia), from Mexico, is perhaps the best known orchid of this group.
- TERRESTRIAL: they are typical of countries characterized by a temperate climate. These orchids grow in the soil and develop roots that are able to remain firmly in the earth (from which they take all the most important nutrients).
Typical examples of terrestrial orchids are: Cymbidium, Bletilla, Cypripedium and Paphilopedilum.
- ORCHIDS THAT LIVE PARASITICALLY: these plants are not endowed with chlorophyll and are therefore led to lead a heterotrophic existence (they feed on organic material present in the surrounding environment). Due to this characteristic, these orchids are somewhat reminiscent of the fungi that develop thanks to the humus or the materials present in the soil. Among this class of orchid, the genus Corallorhiza is the best known
The phalaenopsis orchid is a plant native to Southeast Asia. In nature it develops in areas with rainy and tropical microclimates, according to an epiphytic behavior (it develops by clinging to tree branches). Grown in pots, phalaenopsis give good wonderful blooms. THE colors and the size of the flowers they are among the most varied and there are hundreds of hybrids: they can be white, pink, fuchsia, yellow, orange, spotted or streaked.
There ideal temperature for Phalaenopsis it oscillates between the night minimum of 16 ° C and the daytime maximum of 24 ° C. Let's say that the perfect condition is reached between 20 ° C and 22 ° C. The plant needs lots of light but it suffers from direct sunlight, especially in the warmer months. It can therefore find a place on a terrace or balcony facing north-east or south-west. In this regard, the yellowed leaves are a wake-up call that must warn us about too much direct sunlight, while the fall of dark green leaves could mean a possible lack of light.
Can the plant enjoy rainwater? Well, it is preferable to tap water which may be excessively calcareous. In any case, we recommend watering the plant at the beginning of the day, immersing the jar for 5-10 minutes in a bucket full of water. With this method the orchid can stay up to seven days without water. Portaledelverde.it suggests us how to water Phalaenopsis orchids without damaging the roots and a method foolproof to understand when the plant needs water: “If the plant is light it gets wet, if it is not light it does not get wet and in case of doubt it does not water”.
Soil for Phalaenopsis should offer moist drainage. We therefore recommend purchasing a specific soil for orchids among the many commercially available. To the nutrient-poor soil it is best to add the fertilizer for orchids, in the months from March to October twice a month.
Orchids are not plants that need pruning, and phalaenopsis may not be pruned as well. This is a very delicate procedure and if done incorrectly, can he damage irreparably the plant. The plant blooms and withers following the natural rhythms. In any case, when the Phalaenopsis flowering has finished, a new flowering can be started by pruning the stem at least one centimeter from the base or above the node from which the new one should arise.
In this way the plant will emit another stem, from which larger flowers with more intense colors will emerge. Pruning should be done using a pruning shears with well sharpened and disinfected blades. The cut must be clean and decisive, to avoid the transmission of plant diseases. If you are a novice or are afraid of damaging the plant, contact a professional gardener or your trusted florist.
To clarify our ideas and to get practical information regarding the cultivation of apartment orchids, we turned to a renowned expert, Giancarlo Pozzi, owner of the 'Edmondo Pozzi' nursery in Morosolo di Casciago (VA)
For "botanicals", considering all of them, there are about 2000 species (less than 10% of those existing in the world), but for at least 1500 there is only one specimen. Instead, there are many hybrids, including 34 new ones that I have recently created and registered.
No, it is easier than many others, also because it is among the most robust, so much so that it has colonized the whole world and every type of habitat. But there are many orchids and they are grown in the sun or in the shade, in the heat or in the cold, according to the genus, because they are so numerous and come from so different places that the needs are very different. Usually they are cultivated for the apartment Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, Miltonia and sometimes Cymbidium is Dendrobium, but there are many other less known ones that will gradually enter the market. If we start with the Phalaenopsis, we pay attention that they love heat and shade especially in summer if they take the sun in winter it's fine, but they suffer from stagnant air and must be fertilized generously ...
In this regard, we must be careful not to leave water in the saucer: it is better to leave it dry and wait rather than wet it too much. Statistically we know that almost all orchids that die in the house is because they had rotten roots. Conversely, when you get wet you have to do it generously and from above, while diving can be dangerous, because if you have several plants and one of them has a problem, this can spread quickly. Watering from above, the water flows down because there is bark in the pot, which does not hold water but becomes heavy.
Usually, a bark treated for orchids is used, because the plants have aerial roots and therefore any material that allows the air to filter is fine.
Yes and with some abundance too. Generally balanced fertilizers between nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium (15/15/15 or 20/20/20) are used. For the frequency, a good rule would be this: after three waterings, the fourth one gets wet and then fertilizes. The Phalaenopsis and i Cymbidium they must be fertilized a lot, that is 2 g / liter, all the other 1 g / liter.
THE Cymbidium generally they want fresh, le Phalaenopsis the heat. Winter night temperatures are the critical reference point. By hot we mean around 23 ° C: there are industrial crops that go around 23-24 degrees at night. Then there is the temperate level, that is to say about 15-20 ° C, always at night. Some orchids, which we say are cold, can even tolerate frosts, while others still tolerate cold without reaching zero. For the Phalaenopsis the ideal is 23-24 degrees at night, but the important thing is that there is no cold: even 18 degrees are fine at home. For the Cymbidium above 15 degrees there are problems, because at night they want cool.
In winter it is better than the Phalaenopsis have all the light possible, because there is little and for a few hours, while in summer, with very long days and very strong sun, they want deep shade. THE Cymbidium instead they want a lot of light, so much so that in summer they can be in full sun and are grown like lemons, placing them next to the window, even in direct sunlight. In May they are put outdoors, as long as gradually, even in full sun and with regular watering.
For the Phalaenopsis are the scale insects, which appear as white wads and can be eliminated with cotton wool and alcohol. Another "enemy" is the radiator, on which absolutely no type of orchid should be placed.
To move on to other genres, it is important to know in which environment we want to place them: consequently there is a wide range of orchids that adapt to them. Before taking this or that plant you need to know its needs. With regard to i Bulbophyllum there are light and shadow, the Cattleya instead they want a lot of light. The Coelogyne they want a lot of light. Dendrobium it is such a vast genus that it includes warm, cold, sun and shade. The Doritis are from deep shadow, the Encyclia and the Epidendrum I am from light. The Laelia they want a lot of light, the Masdevallia in general they are from the shadow, the Oncidium are plants that want diffused light, the Paphiopedilum they are shade plants and with temperatures above 15 degrees at night they do not produce flowers.
Especially in watering. Grown as in nature, hung with the roots in the air, they dry quickly and should be bathed abundantly every morning. If you prefer, you can put them in pots, also because at home the raft can be a practical problem, but in some cases it is necessary: for example the roots of Vanda in the pot they rot and for them the raft is mandatory even if they must be wet well every morning and more than the others.
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Very good! beautiful the Phalaenopsis.
Mine die when I care for them too much.
Some time ago a gentleman who cultivated them explained to me that they do not want too much water or rather they have to dry the roots between one wetting and the other. I don't know if he told me the truth, I think so, but if they get too wet it is true that they rot they rot.
However, it is true that in the areas of origin they grow on trees and even if they will certainly have greater atmospheric humidity, they are in ventilated places where the roots will never soak.
for your keiki, you should pot it in bark or bits of pine bark. They say that the soil they sell ready-made is not good, like all ready-made soil and worse the universal ones.
Somewhere we have already talked about it, but now I don't remember and I don't have time to search.
I'll see later.
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