Warm- to Cool-Growing Orchids

Before buying an orchid, make sure you can give it the temperature it needs. Learn how to choose the best orchid for you.

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Intermediate Orchids

Cattleya, Epidendrum and Paphiopedilum require more warmth in winter than cool-growing orchids, but will tolerate slightly higher temperatures in summer. Most grow well indoors but should be moved away from cold windowsills at night during winter.

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