What to do After Phalaenopsis Blooms Fall? Cutting Spike & Aftercare

After Phalaenopsis Blooms Fall

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How to Care for Orchids After They Bloom

The flowers of our orchid should not last forever, they dry and fall naturally one after another. Now the orchid begins to grow, to produce new leaves and roots, and even to grow in size.

Transplanting is a must if you haven't already done so and water and fertilizers should be a priority. With these elements, light shade and protection from direct sun, as well as intermediate temperatures, ensure that your orchid grows normally and has a great chance of blooming.

Cutting off the top of the main flower at a growth node or bud can stimulate another secondary thorn with another flow of flowers! This is only recommended if the orchid is healthy and has a good root system!

Enjoy This Video Tutorial About Orchids

Source: MissOrchidGirl

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After Phalaenopsis Blooms Fall

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