xXInkedPhoenixX Posted February 6 Share Posted February 6 (edited) Hello plant people! I'm actually very good with plants but orchids have totally eluded me thus far. People have given them to me as a gift and I do my best to care for them once they've stopped blooming and then the leaves die too. I'm not sure what I do wrong as I do my best to follow instructions. So. That brings us to today. Work tossed an orchid in the trash. I know it's still alive and has the ability to rebloom with the correct care. Help me out. I'm going to take it home and see if I can get it to stay alive and hopefully eventually bloom. Inside or outside? (I assume inside is best it's in the high 30s in the morning but I do have a patio that has an overhang and lots of plants there) If inside where? (warmth, lighting etc?) How to water (maybe I've been doing it wrong) I think since the bloom is long since gone the stems need to be cut yes? If so where/how. Any other insider tips. Her's a pic of the plant, tag says Phalaenopsis Orchid (not sure if that means anything important) Edited February 6 by xXInkedPhoenixX Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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