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    Stakes, Hangers & Clips

    Tindara’s Natural Bamboo Stakes

    (30″ bamboo orchid stem stakes + daisy clips,10 pack)

    These stakes are spectacular! Superior, natural quality.

    Package contains ten 30″ Bamboo Stakes plus ten large Green Daisy Clips.

    Tindara’s Bamboo Stakes are great for use indoors and outdoors for staking long stem orchids.

    Constructed from the finest Bamboo, these stakes are food grade quality, no splinters, no chemicals, no dyes, not treated with any chemicals.

    They are nice and smooth with a polished appearance and a pointed end for easy placement into a pot.

    Green Coated Metal Plant Stakes

    We had the paint customized to match the color of the orchids’ leaves.

    Strong metal stakes with a green protective coating that naturally blends in with the orchids’ spike.

    Extremely sturdy and strong enough not to distract from the beauty of the spike or the orchid’s flower.

    These are strong, sturdy professional grade galvanized wire stakes, 1/8″ thick, coated with a thin layer of customized green plastic.

    These will last for at least 10 years. These will hold large flower spikes such as cymbidiums without bending.

    Just the right size to use with our Dragonfly or Small Green Daisy Clips.

    Green Daisy Clips(Spring Loaded)

    Spring-loaded plastic clasping daisy clips for securing orchid stems to their stakes. Large Stem Daisy Clips are green in color. They’re perfect for staking medium sized flower spikes. They are easy to use, and their color helps them blend in with the orchid foliage. Very nice clips!

    Daisy clips are a very durable plant clip. They can be used indoors and outdoors. Good resistance to sun and weather.

    These are strong and reusable for many times.

    Large Clips Measure approx: 5/8″ Wide x 1″ Long
    Small Clips Measure approx: 1/2″ Wide x 3/4″ Long

    Bamboo Trellis

    An elegant accent piece for your home decor. Adds a dramatic decoration for your home or office potted plants.

    These Bamboo Ladder Trellises are ideal for container-grown vines, climbing plants or orchids. Each trapezoid shaped trellis measures 12″ wide at the top and tapers down to 5″ at the bottom. The overall height is 24″ – Plenty of room for an indoor climbing vine or long orchid stems to reach their potential.

    Great for staking dendrobiums or long Phal stems.

    The Ladder Trellis has 4 support rungs for good stability and 6″ legs to secure the trellis in a pot.

    Includes 6 dragonfly clips to secure vines/stems to trellis.

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    Orchid Pots

    The Plant Warrior Container

    Plants also need oxygen

    The Plant Warrior technology boasts unique features. It uses an internal aeration chamber to increase oxygen levels around the root mass. This supercharging effect increases microbial activity, resulting in faster root growth, higher yields, easier nutrient uptake, and substantial plant growth.

    You can grow Phalaenopsis orchids as well as slipper and fine-rooted orchids in the 1 Gallon Pot. Cymbidiums and larger plants like Cattleyas will do well in the 2 to 3 Gallon pots. The 3 gallon Plant Warrior container is ideal for orchids with large root systems and large specimen plants.

    The 5 gallon Plant Warrior container will thrive with tomatoes, other vegetables, ornamental plants, and medicinal plants.

    Features include an internal aeration chamber that will require less soil, 9 drainage slots on the sides, 12 drainage slots in the bottom, 3/8 inch raised bottom, extremely strong, rigidly injection molded, washable and reusable, economical, large bottom pots won’t tip, suitable for all types of plants. Our Clay Pot Double Pot Hangers have a 1/4 inch rim and are great for hanging your Plant Warrior container.

    Plastic net baskets

    They are finally here! We added these amazing Octagonal Net Baskets because of many customer requests.

    The net baskets are made from high-quality thick plastic with a U.V. For long-lasting durability, the net baskets are impervious to UV light.

    You’ll be amazed at the number of people who have asked us to make net baskets.

    Hang it…or use it as a pot. The rim is designed to accept 3-wire hangers (3 wire hangers are not included).

    It is great for aquatic pond plants and orchids.

    Plastic net pots

    Use Net Pots are a great way to ensure continued success when you are growing orchid seedlings from compot. After the orchid seedling has matured, you can place the entire Net Pot in a larger pot. Transplant shock can be eliminated to ensure uninterrupted growth.

    Coir Round Orchid Pots

    Tindara is conscious of the environment and actively seeks out eco-friendly products for our growing operations.

    Our Coir-based growing containers offer all the benefits and protection of peat without having to destroy our peat bogs.

    • Coir Pots’ Amazing Benefits
    • Made of 100% organic, biodegradable material
    • Coir has no negative environmental impact
    • No fungicide required – higher resistance to mold
    • Disease and weed free
    • There are no hazardous disposal concerns
    • Coir PotFaster plant growth. Strong root system
    • Coir containers retain their structural integrity in a greenhouse environment
    • Coir is high in nutrients such as iron, copper and zinc.
    • It is pH neutral, odorless, and lightweight
    • Does not take moisture from plants
    • When they are wet, containers will not break apart
    • University-tested, exclusive manufacturing process delivers superior performance
    • Pots can last for up to five years
    • Coir pots allow plants to grow in the whole pot and into the pot walls.
    • You can plant directly into the ground without the need for transplanting.
    • The best thing is that Orchids love Coir Pots and they produce a vigorous, healthy root system.
    • Coir pots can also be used to create patio containers.
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    Garden Tools

    Gardening Tools & Conveniences

    Potting Tray

    This sturdy potting tray makes a great garden accessory. Its lightweight design makes it easy for garden work to be brought inside. It can be used outdoors, in the garage or indoors as a play area for children. Accessories are not included.

    Fine Mesh Sieve

    This English plastic sieve is great value and a must-have for any potting table. Galvanized mesh, approximately. 1/4″ openings. Accessories are not included.

    Hydrofarm Seedling Heating Mat

    This increases your chances of success in cuttings and seedling propagation.

    To significantly increase germination, heat the root area from ambient temperature 10-20 degrees F.

    Mats include information about light, watering, and how to plant.

    Waterproof mats with a 50% thicker construction than the other types.

    Includes a 6-foot power cord.

    Two standard propagation trays are included. Only UL-listed heat mats for seedlings! These mats have been used in our Greenhouse for more than 10 years and they’ve proven to be extremely effective, especially during winter. It’s easy to plug it in.

    Reengineered for greater performance and longer durability The stronger, more durable heating wire and multi-layered construction provide uniform heating. They can also withstand harsh greenhouse environments.

    Dewit Tools


    Modern designs are made by DeWit using old-fashioned craftsmanship. Every tool is practical and beautiful, and will last generations. These gardening tools are both beautiful and practical. Made from sturdy European Ash, the handles are smooth and strong. They are almost unbreakable and shock-resistant. These tools are made from forged boron, which is extremely sharp and durable. Normal use will not cause it to bend. DeWit gives their steel a black patina. This evokes the tools used in the English garden. You will have heirloom quality for many generations.

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    Limo Rental Companies in Columbus Ohio

    If you want to get a high-class ride without spending a fortune, you can hire a limo rental Columbus Ohio for your special day. Not only can you travel in style and luxury, but the driver will also take you to restaurants and other destinations without having to worry about traffic. There are a variety of limousines available, including large charter buses. Here are some of the best ones in Columbus, Ohio. Read on to find the best one for you!

    Xtreme Limo LLC

    Xtreme limousine LLC is a certified minority business enterprise located in Columbus, Ohio. This company offers a variety of limousine rentals, ensuring a hassle-free experience. They also customize their services based on your preferences, including limos that hold as many as 10 passengers, stretch chargers, and Hummers. In addition, Xtreme offers a party bus and a stretch Hummer for larger groups.

    Supreme Limousine

    Supreme limousine rental in Columbus Ohio is the perfect way to make a special night out a memorable one. The company’s fleet includes stretch Hummers, limos, party buses, and a pink stretch H3. These luxurious vehicles are perfect for birthday parties, weddings, and other special occasions. All of its vehicles are well-maintained and equipped with the latest technology, including a state-of-the-art audio system and SIRIUS satellite radio. The company also offers package deals and offers discounts for weddings, birthdays, bachelor parties, proms, and other special events.

    R Man Van

    If you are in search of reliable and affordable transportation services in Columbus, OH, you should consider using R Man Van. This company has been in business since 2013 and is licensed by the State of Ohio and the US Department of Transportation. Drivers have chauffeur licenses and are all bonded and insured. They offer airport shuttle services in a comfortable 14-seat passenger van. The vehicles are well-maintained, spacious, and come with complimentary bottled water.

    Xtreme Limo

    The Xtreme Limo, LLC is a reputed limo rental company in Columbus, Ohio. Its fleet is equipped with the latest in safety and security features. Its fleet of limos ranges from an eight-passenger sedan to a 27-passenger party bus. Xtreme Limo’s Harley Davidson stretch limo, a popular option for bachelor parties and birthday parties, features an Alpine audio system and SIRIUS satellite radio. In addition, this Columbus limo has served more than ten thousand events.

    Violet Limousine

    If you’re looking for an elegant limo in Columbus, Ohio, look no further than Violet limousine service. They provide a full range of luxurious vehicles for any event, from weddings to corporate events. From the smallest wedding to the biggest anniversary celebration, Violet limos have the experience you’re looking for. From airport transfers to corporate events, we can help you plan a memorable occasion.

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    Orchid Care Tips

    Orchids don’t require bright light, and they can thrive in a variety of climates. Mottled-leaf orchids, for example, prefer temperatures ranging from sixty to 65 degrees F at night and seventy to eighty degrees F during the day. Green-leaf orchids prefer temperatures of 50 to 60 degrees F, and both need to be kept moist. You can feed orchids with a 30-10-10 water-soluble fertilizer. When the last flower has fallen, trim off the stem tip to encourage reblooming.

    Don’t cut off flower spikes

    Cutting off the top of a flower spike isn’t the best way to care for an orchid. It will cause the plant to conserve energy for a future bloom, and you’ll likely end up with a smaller flower spike next year. The best way to prune a flower spike is at the first node below the lowest bloom. This will encourage side shoots to develop. However, do not cut off more than one flower spike at a time.

    Don’t cut off roots

    If you want to keep your orchids healthy, don’t cut off their roots! Despite the fact that they’re a beautiful part of your garden, they can become damaged if you accidentally cut them. A good way to determine whether your orchids’ roots are healthy is to feel them. A healthy orchid root feels firm and supple. A dry orchid root feels mushy and brittle.

    Don’t mist

    You’ve probably heard the phrase, “Don’t mist your orchid” at one point or another. The reason is simple: orchids require a certain level of humidity in their environment. Misting will damage these roots and encourage mold, mildew, and root rot. Instead, use rainwater to mist your orchid. And don’t mist your potting media unless you’re sure it’s suitable for your orchid.


    The most reliable way to fertilize orchids is to use a complete inorganic fertilizer. These fertilizers are formulated for various purposes, such as stimulating the growth of the leaves and roots. Some orchid fertilizers also promote flowering. Whatever your purpose, an orchid fertilizer is an important part of orchid maintenance. Using the right formula is essential for healthy orchid growth. Follow these instructions to make fertilizing easy. You should always read the package instructions and follow them carefully.

    Don’t cut off leaf tips

    Species from Colombia

    Don’t cut off leaf tips when caring fro your orchids. Leaf tips can die off due to over-fertilization or improper water quality. Potted orchids can become sunburned if the potting medium becomes too impure. To avoid this, flush the pot thoroughly and re-pot the orchid after fertilizing. Cut off only damaged foliage and do not remove the entire leaf spike.

    Avoid overwatering

    If you’re not sure whether you’re overwatering your orchid, you should start by inspecting the roots. If they’re black or brown, they’re most likely suffering from overwatering. Additionally, you should check for drooping leaves or yellow spots on the leaves to determine whether your orchid is overwatered. These symptoms may be signs of a disease or lack of oxygen around the roots.

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    Orchid Types

    There are many orchid types available to grow. These include Cymbidium, Phalaenopsis, Vanda, and Cattleya. Learn more about them by reading this article. And while you’re at it, you can also browse some of the most popular flowering orchids on the market. This article will teach you about the differences between these four orchid types. So, now you’re ready to start growing orchids of your own!


    There are four basic Cattleya orchid types, ranging from the southern Pacific Ocean to the Andes Mountains. The plant’s scientific name is Cattleya, abbreviated C in trade journals. If you’re interested in learning more about the plants, you should begin with the basic information on the families of these orchids. Then, you can learn more about each type’s features and how to identify them.


    A lot of people can identify Phalaenopsis, the moth orchid. However, not everyone can name the Cattleya, or old corsage orchid. They all share a few distinct physical traits. For example, most orchids have three petals, or sepals, with one being specialized to be a labellum for pollination. This labellum is attached to the reproductive organ and can also be found on the old canes of certain orchids.


    There are many different types of Cymbidium orchids. They can be grown in the same conditions as their more famous cousins. Some species require little to no care and some are available in abundance. These plants can be easily found and can be bought from an orchid nursery or other species collectors. Some species can also be propagated by divisions, mericlones, or seedlings. You can get a good deal when you buy them directly from an orchid club or grower.


    The Vanda orchid genus, abbreviated V in the horticultural trade, comprises 87 species. These species are often cultivated for the market. The Vanda and its allies are the most specifically adapted orchids. In fact, they are widely cultivated in both tropical and subtropical regions. Listed below are a few of the Vanda orchid types. Learn more about this orchid genus below.

    Lady’s Slipper

    There are many things to look for in the name of a Lady’s Slipper orchid. This hardy plant is part of the Cypripedium genus. It contains 58 species and is one of five genera that together make up the subfamily of lady’s slipper orchids. The name Lady’s Slipper is derived from the Greek word “cypripiadion,” meaning’slipper’.


    The genus Odontoglossum consists of approximately 100 species of orchids. The scientific name derives from the Greek words glossa and odon, which refer to the calluses that form on the base of the lip. These calluses are present on both the female and male Odontoglossia. The scientific name is often used to describe a specific orchid, but in actuality, this group of plants includes a much wider variety of species.

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    Which Orchid Supplies Should You Purchase?

    Orchids can be infested with insects. In the event of insect infestation, you can use a chemical insecticide or organic method. Another essential item is pruning snips, which allow you to control the look of your plant. With these snips, you can clip back errant leaves and sculpt the plant to perfection. The following tips will help you choose the right supplies for your orchids. But which orchid supplies should you purchase?

    Choosing the right potting mix

    Orchids require a different type of potting medium than other plants. The best mix is organic, containing several types of tree bark, moss, and charcoal. These materials provide orchids with important vitamins and minerals. The best orchid potting mix is also well-draining, allowing the roots to breathe easily. If you’re unsure about which mix to use, experiment and make sure your plants are happy!

    Choosing the right sphagnum moss

    You can buy sphagnum moss from nurseries, but beware of the lower grade sphagnum moss. While it is sold as orchid moss, this type of moss does not have the same properties as better grades. Those who choose this type of moss for their orchid plants will find that they require more watering and root rot, which are both bad for your orchid’s growth.

    Choosing the right fir bark

    Traditionally, fir bark was used for potting orchids. But these days, a more sustainable form of bark is available. Known as Power Plus, this type of bark is used for repotting and potting orchids. It is a sustainable source of fir bark that doesn’t decompose or add salts to the mix. Its unique wet/dry cycle is ideal for orchids, and it contains beneficial microorganisms that protect the plants from pathogens. However, it is more expensive than many other mixes.

    Choosing the right perlite

    Orchids thrive in the best growing medium, and perlite is an essential part of that mix. It increases the aeration of the soil and helps it retain moisture and nutrients. A quality perlite will also help you grow orchids in hydroponic systems, which are growing methods that can drastically alter soil chemistry. Choosing the right perlite for orchid supplies is a critical part of growing orchids successfully.

    Choosing the right LECA

    Choosing the right LECA orchid supplies is essential for ensuring successful growth of your new plant. Using old potting soil can cause problems for your new plants because they are not clean and can contain pests. It is also difficult to clean up potting soil with old pots, so choosing the right LECA orchid supplies is essential to a successful transition to LECA. If you have never tried LECA before, then here are some helpful tips.