What is Hydroponics?
In nature, orchids which grow on rocks and trees, not on the ground, are called "epiphytes". They get moisture and nutrients from rain and dew. Orchids which grow on or in the ground are called "terrestrials". Growers use a wide range of materials to simulate these conditions. Working with varying blends of potting materials can often be tricky. Some ingredients hold water, others don't. Some deteriorate, some don't. Watering can be a real a guessing game. And what about nutrients? To be successful you may have to fiddle with each new plant to get results.
Growing Orchids with Hydroponics:
Replaces soil - cleaner, easier to use. Eliminates Pellets mold and mildew. Less root decay and fewer insect problems.
Eliminates overwatering. Plants get water and nutrients as needed by capillary activity. Depending on conditions, water as little as once a month!
Designed for maximum air flow at the roots. Stronger Pot roots make a healthier plant.
Plants get all the minerals and trace elements they need for strong, healthy growth. No fertilizer buildup to alter the pH or effect the root system.
You should be using our System for your houseplants as well.
If you love plants you'll love our system!