Orchidaceae Newsletter October 2005
Volume 2 #10
1. All About Orchids the mini e-book
2. Our October Specials
3. Tip of the Month - Cattleya Orchid Plants - Why They Are Not Popular
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Hi again, well fall is back and the cooler season is upon us. As we mentioned in our last newsletter our home is feeling somewhat empty. For those of you who have or had children in college you know what I mean. Our freshman is doing well and has made quite a few friends. That makes us feel great and she is playing her sport - soccer
First I want to thank all of you and our new customers for buying orchids in September. I will be sending a check to the American Red Cross next week for 5% of the orchids that were bought.I am sure the folks hit by Katrina and Rita will appreciate it.
The Fall Season
Just a quick word about the your outdoor orchids. As the cooler weather chages in parts of the country be sure that the orchids come indoors when the temp temp gets below 50 degrees.
Cymbidiums can tolerate a lower temp, maybe down to 40 degrees.
Be sure that you continue to water your orchids, even in the cooler weather they will continue to need it. You may be able to cut back on the frequency, from 3 to 2 times a week.
The response to our newly added items has been gratifying. Thank you.
The overwhelming favorite has been the embossed roses. These are really awesome. The most common phrase eing printed on the petals is, "I Love You".
There has also been good response to the "fresh flowers". It seems the bouquets have won out here over the roses.
The response to our bonsais have been good and the feedback on the product is good as well. These little "miniatures" are really fascinating to watch grow.
Take a look look at our site and you will see the pages to get started. Click on them and off you go.
Let me know what you think of these new sections. Click here to let me know.
All About Orchids"
I have a free Mini E-Book which actually tells you a lot about orchids. There is some history, naming and naturally the care of orchid plants and some of the diseases that can attack your orchids.
For your FREE copy just go here to our contact page. Once there just put in the words "mini book" and your email address and it'll be off to you.
Our October Specials
Here is your October Specials
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Cattleya Orchid Plants -
Why They Are Not Popular