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Just Add Ice Orchids

May 30, 2013 11:27 ET

Just Add Ice Orchids® Helps Consumers Personalize Their Orchid With Free Guide

CLEVELAND, OH--(Marketwired - May 30, 2013) - The colorful selection of Phalaenopsis orchids and the easy care of the beautiful plants make them the perfect gift for any loved one. And to make them even more special, orchid enthusiasts can now learn to personalize their orchid plants with "5 New Ways to Personalize Your Orchid" from Just Add Ice Orchids®!

To get a free copy of "5 New Ways to Personalize Your Orchid," visit http://justaddiceorchids.sites.hubspot.com/orchid-personalization.

Orchids have been gaining popularity for years now -- from wedding favors to housewarming gifts, many choose to give the gift of orchids. And while many Just Add Ice Orchids come in decorative pots, "5 New Ways to Personalize Your Orchid" can help make your gift or orchid a little more personal.

In this free download, you will learn how to make your orchid more personal with:

  • Chalk Paint and Messaging
  • Acrylic Paints
  • Stencil Art
  • Charms
  • and More!

Just Add Ice Orchids are different varieties of Phalaenopsis hybrids, also called "moth orchids," within the Orchidaceae family. In nature, Phalaenopsis orchids grow new leaves in the summer and early fall, and develop new spikes during the winter. However, Just Add Ice Orchids are grown 365 days a year to be sold in stores all year round.

About Just Add Ice Orchids

Grown and supplied by Green Circle Growers, one of the largest greenhouse operations in the Midwest, Just Add Ice Orchids are breathtaking décor for the home or work space. Just Add Ice Orchids are grown in an environmentally friendly fashion, using highly efficient growing techniques, water conservation and sustainable heat source. The Just Add Ice Orchids brand is committed to introducing new ideas to the market place, continuously striving to best serve consumers and the environment. Just Add Ice Orchids encourages an innovative watering method of only three ice cubes per week, per plant. For more information, visit www.justaddiceorchids.com.