A white orchid is a flowering plant with white blooms that are sometimes fragrant. White orchids belong to the orchid family and are seen in varieties ranging from the popular phalaenopsis to the more rare paphiopedalum. More »

A Cattleya white orchid can reach up to 5 inches in width. A white orchid has two fringed petals and always has a darker color lip with unique markings. More »

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Some awareness ribbons that represent a particular cancer cause include pink for breast cancer, gray for brain cancer, teal and white for cervical cancer, gold for childhood cancer, dark blue for colon cancer and periwin... More »

To revive an orchid, place the flower pot under a faucet and drench the plant medium until it looks soaked. After drenching, prepare fresh potting medium in a larger pot, re-pot the orchid when the roots are more pliable... More »

Madagascar periwinkle is an ornamental flowering plant with dark green, glossy leaves and rose, pink and white rounded-edge, star-shaped flowers. During World War II, it was discovered that when ingested, its leaves work... More »

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Care for an orchid after it blooms by trimming back the spike, placing the plant in indirect sunlight, keeping it at a consistent temperature and watering it every week. Move the plant to a cooler area to stimulate new b... More »

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Common causes of orchid death include insufficient water, improper temperature, inadequate or excessive lighting and root rot. Many of these problems are easily corrected when discovered early. Root rot is the most sever... More »

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