Planting a Vanilla Orchid on a Moss or Coir Covered Pole

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Here’s a video showing what to do with your young Vanilla planifolia plants when you receive them. These are the vanilla plants that are grown commercially for vanilla pods for your ice cream…

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  1. Nice video sharing, we call it in Indonesia with the name vanilla
    tabulampot for the planting method use pot container :-)

  2. Yes, taking cuttings is dead easy. Just take a side shoot (or top of main
    stem) making sure the bit you’re taking has some roots and plant it up in
    the same way as shown. If it’s a short bit you don’t need to train it yet,
    wait until it’s growing away and then pot it up as per the video. Not sure
    what you mean by train like a Phalaenopsis? Compost for this is 8 parts
    normal potting compost / 2 parts fine orchid bark

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