The popularity of Yellow Fusion Calatheas can be attributed to a few factors. First, they are easy to care for and relatively maintenancefree. Second, their vibrant colors make them perfect for adding excitement and color to any garden. Finally, they are versatile plants that can be used in a variety of arrangements.
Calathea ‘Yellow Fusion’ – 4″ Pot
15 in stock
Are you interested in growing orchids but dont know where to start? Dont worry, were here to help! In this article, well be discussing the basics of orchid care and show you how to grow yellow fusion calathea orchids using a hydroponic system.
- Discuss how to care for orchids in a garden straight from the start
- Beginning your grow cycle with either a seeded or unrooted plant
- Dont know where to start when it comes to orchids? An article for you!
- Learn about the basics of caring for orchids and find out how to use a hydroponic system.
- Coat an aqua diffuser dish with vermiculite and distilled water. Put your plant and nutrients into the dish and fill the rest of the bucket with distilled water.
- Poke holes in the top of the gel dome over each hole of your diffuser dish to let in light but not oxygen or excess water buildup. Light from below will diffuse through these eyelets which will stimulate leaf growth.
- Place your plants in the center of the bed and cap off both ends with vermiculite so that there is no leeching of fertilizer into other parts of your hydroponic system.
- Where to start
- Orchid care basics
- Hardiness classes and where to buy plants
- Stretching your budget
- Hydroponic Orchid Care
- How do orchids grow
- What is the most commonly grown orchid
- The History of the Orchid
- Important Terms You Need To Know
- The Scientific Coelaceae family
- The article assumes a little bit of knowledge about caring for orchids, including some of the terminology used
- Learn how to grow yellow fusion calathene orchids in an hydroponic system
- When starting with a hydroponic orchid planting, it is important to understand what pH is and how it affects your plants well-being