All orchids especially epiphytic species need a lot of air around their roots
Flower spike is usually green, and mitten shaped tip. They grow from between the plant leaves
The flowers blooming up 3 to 6 months, and produce 8 to 12 flowers per spike.
Soak the orchids plant in water within 24 hours twice per a week. Use rain water or distilled water with a good growing result.
Rainwater is soft water and pure hydration. Free of the salts, minerals, treatment chemicals, that are found in groundwater, and surface water.
Clean the orchids roots twice a week, to avoid rot root, fungus, or molds, and to protect from common illness.
When you put effort in touch, love, care, watering and managing the best light, there is not greater joy than seeing the beautiful flowers blooming.
This seems like a reward to your worries and hard work. You just need to know that no one is perfect and even the perfect ones had first times.
Most of them will have aerial roots reaching out into the air, rather than digging down into the potting media.
Orchids are perfect for any room, office, or reception area. The beautiful blooms lasting up to 3-6 months and will bring a smile to everyone’s face and will cheer up any space.
Orchids grow best with bright, indirect light, so try placing your plant near a south-facing or east-facing window.
Place the orchids plant at the dining table, living room, kitchen, bathroom wherein enough light to get to keep alive and thriving.