Q. What temperature is best for growing orchids?

Answer

It depends partly on the species. Most orchids need a distinct difference between day and night temperatures to successfully produce flowers. Many orchids will grow well at intermediate temperatures of 65-75 degrees during the day and 55-65 degrees at night.

 

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