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By Darkroom Denizen
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Any suggestions for easier to care for orchids with nice foliage? I know many jewel orchids do as well as some paphs. Also, if your in the US, any suggestions on where to buy them would be greatly appreciated.
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By That one plant boi
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Some of the common vandas are great! So are dendrobiums and Brassavola nodes. I find them very easy to care for, and nodosa grows especially rapidly.

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By That one plant boi
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I got mine at lowes for about 5-7 dollars. You could most certainly find them at nurseries as well that specialize in tropical plants.

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By Darkroom Denizen
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Thanks! I'll be on the lookout for them when I go out again. :D
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By DeadlyCarnivore
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Dendrobium Kinganium (I think ot has a new name now, but you can find them under this name) Is a super easy winter growing one.

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