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The life of Hoa Lan Hai lives on tree trunks

The vast majority of orchid varieties are terrestrial so they often grow out of nature on soft and spongy ground, on decomposed dead plants.

But there are also cases where the species can live up, on the stalk of another plant in the wild, as is the case with the "Com Kim" orchid (Paphiopedilum villosum in situ).

Knowing this feature, if you cultivate this variety, pay attention to how it grows in the wild and plant it to like the most so that the plant grows well and healthy.

Stemming from passion, perseverance and hard work, after 23 years of research and research on orchid growing techniques, I have accumulated a lot of experience in propagating and cultivating forest orchids effectively.