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Comments on: Phalaenopsis Orchid Care Instructions http://www.orchidcarelady.com/phalaenopsis-orchid-care-instructions/ The Most Important Things You Need To Know About Orchid Care Today! Tue, 23 Jul 2013 23:26:31 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.4.25 By: Orchid Care Q& A: What’s Growing On My Orchid?  | Orchid Care http://www.orchidcarelady.com/phalaenopsis-orchid-care-instructions/#comment-862 Wed, 12 Jun 2013 03:11:14 +0000 http://www.orchidcarelady.com/?p=268#comment-862 […] you have there is a basal keiki (baby plant) growing on your Phalaenopsis mother plant.  Kekis can grow at the base (basal) or further up along the stem.  You can also […]

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By: ray ray http://www.orchidcarelady.com/phalaenopsis-orchid-care-instructions/#comment-625 Fri, 23 Nov 2012 10:46:04 +0000 http://www.orchidcarelady.com/?p=268#comment-625 Dear Carol!
I have checked your articles. Great work! and I wanted to thank you for the tips you provide us with.
Now I need your advise on something-related to orchids of course.
The thing is that more than a year and a half ago I bought two orchid plants (Phaleonopsis) from a flower shop in St Petersburg, Russia.
They were already with flowers so I enjoyed them until after they fell off and then start to notice that the plants after blooming started dying off. One of then definitely dried out. The second one I kind of revived, after repotting (but never change the compost which came with the plant, applying some natural fertilizers for 4 months. My work was rewarded this year – some months ago – when it started developing 1 stem. Nowadays the plant I have has 6 large and 1 small leaf + one small plant with already 4 small leaves (I have read that it’s called KEIKI- a vegetative form of orchid propagation); 2 stems, 10 unopened flowers.
I am very fond of my plant and I am really concerned because: 1st I noticed the roots were rotted and the question is: Do I have to replant it? i’ve read it’s not recommendable…:( ; 2nd, the flowers instead of opening are acquiring the color they are supposed to take when open and mature, but then I see with terror that they are drying off. What should I do? Is there any way to see at least of open.
I live in Russia, so, weather conditions differ from my sunny Cuba where I had 4 types of orchids in my yard. Could you please help me solve this out?

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By: Orchid Care and Maintenance Tips: Broken Leaf or Spike / Stem | Orchid Care http://www.orchidcarelady.com/phalaenopsis-orchid-care-instructions/#comment-101 Fri, 06 Aug 2010 15:19:12 +0000 http://www.orchidcarelady.com/?p=268#comment-101 […] broken leaf shouldn’t cause any harm to your Phalaenopsis orchid plant. But if you want to cut it off for display purposes, you should do it carefully. Use a […]

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By: Orchids : Anatomy and Terms | Orchid Care http://www.orchidcarelady.com/phalaenopsis-orchid-care-instructions/#comment-9 Wed, 07 Jul 2010 13:58:37 +0000 http://www.orchidcarelady.com/?p=268#comment-9 […] note : These images are of a Phalaenopsis Orchid and while your orchid may be a different variety, you can still use these diagrams to learn about […]

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By: Caring for Orchids | Orchid Care http://www.orchidcarelady.com/phalaenopsis-orchid-care-instructions/#comment-6 Sat, 03 Jul 2010 20:52:28 +0000 http://www.orchidcarelady.com/?p=268#comment-6 […] Bill gave me my very first orchid, an inexpensive blooming phalaenopsis orchid as an anniversary gift (many moons ago). Truth is, I was absolutely frightened! I cared for it as […]

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By: Orchid Care and Maintenance Tips : Watering Your Orchids | Orchid Care http://www.orchidcarelady.com/phalaenopsis-orchid-care-instructions/#comment-5 Sat, 03 Jul 2010 20:51:02 +0000 http://www.orchidcarelady.com/?p=268#comment-5 […] You also want to pay careful attention to the type of orchid(s) you have.  Cattleyas, Cymdidiums, Phalaenopsis and Dendrobiums for instance each have different water requirements.  In fact, most orchid problems […]

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