There are a vast number of orchid species to match all styles but most importantly they come in almost any color you can think of such as red, white, yellow, magenta, black and even green orchid. Orchids were originally grown in India, Indonesia and South America where the weather is mostly warm and humid all year round; however, now one can grow them almost all over the world in greenhouses and with special care. Orchids represent sophistication and elegance; their presence brings color to any room or space they are placed in, making it enchanting, warm and welcoming.
Green orchids are especially interesting because they look unreal to those who are not familiar with orchids; they will stand out anywhere you place them, enchanting the looker, creating a great conversation topic or just pleasing its owner.
Maintaining orchids is especially hard as they cannot stand cold temperatures so, even in real warm summers one must ensure that the orchid they posses is at room temperature and receives sunlight. The green orchid is sensitive to direct sunlight unless the flower specialist instructs you otherwise; in their natural in habitat they are in direct sunlight however, when grown elsewhere some of those conditions may be altered. It is important that one mixes food soil in the natural earth that the green orchid came with in its original pot; watering it should not be done daily but every second day or as directed when purchased.
Gardening is one of the most relaxing hobbies for both men and women; it is advised to encourage children to grow plants as well so, they learn to appreciate the benefits that plants bring to our lives. Some of the flowers are as rare as the green orchid because they are hard to grow and maintain; learning to appreciate its natural beauty and existence will enable the generations after us to enjoy the same benefits. Preserve and care for flowers and plants everyday, as they make the earth a better place to breathe and live. They clean our air through the natural process of using nitrogen and releasing oxygen thus clearing the air of pollutants. While almost everything flowers and plants bring to our lives is positive, there are a few of us that are allergic to pollen in flowers and that may make it impossible to have them around; however, there are many other alternatives to flowers which are plants which do not carry pollen. Consult your doctor should you have any such outbreaks and get the right flower or plant to coexist with you.