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How do orchids not fall over in the wild?

If any leaf or stem-like part of a plant is breaking that's a sign of low potassium. Orchids in the wild probably have more potassium. I've done a lot of personal experimentation with plants and ...
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How do orchids not fall over in the wild?

Likely it does happen, sometimes. Possibly the normal natural habitat has lots of twigs or vines around that act to support the stem, but possibly it's just a risk the flower takes and some broken ...
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