Orchid in a Fishbowl

I spent over a year asking around about a Bulbophyllum lasiochilum with no luck {of course, it’s not native to Brazil}, and then about six months ago I went for my routine fix at Orquidário Paulista {didn’t even mention the bulbo} and the owner presented me with two small specimens and said, “I’m not sure […]

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Orchids For Dummies

I was browsing the internet the other day and found a great reference. The entire book, Orchids For Dummies in pdf format.

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My First Paphiopedilum

This week I went to Tatuapé Garden, the local nursery, found and fell in love with my first Paphiopedilum. The plant was labeled Paphiopedilum gratrixianum, though I’m almost sure it’s a hybrid as the plant has green and light taupe markings, instead of the quite distinguished pinks, and reds of other Paph. gratrixiums I have […]

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The Infested Cymbidium

After letting the pesticide work for a few days, this morning, armed with rubber gloves, a sterile cutting device, hydrogen peroxide and an old toothbrush, I jumped on the chance to exterminate the little beasts infesting the Cymbidium my husband brought home. Cleaning the leaves and roots is essential to the extermination of a pest […]

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Welcome to Jardim Therapy my blog about orchids and Brazil. Here you will find a few useful references, and some tip & tricks, along with posting of my own personal experience. I absolutely love orchids, and I want to help everyone interested in learning about these unique plants.

As guests of Jardim Therapy you are welcome to browse the home page, post comments, and access the archives. You can also send me a message if you have any questions.

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