When to repot orchids
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Before re-potting, it is important to know why and when to repot orchids. Knowing the answers will tell you if you really need to, or not
Glena Nutter saved to Plant care
A DIY guide to repotting an orchid step by step, including how to know when your orchid needs repotting, materials you'll need, and when to do it.
Carolyn Crittenden Ramsey saved to Gardening
Here's a step-by-step guide to repotting an orchid with air roots, including when to cut off air roots and whether or not you can bury them. Learn all about aerial roots and their care here. #Orchid #OrchidCare #OrchidRoot #AirRoot
Deb Kriegermeier saved to Flowers
The typical repotting signs we watch for in other houseplants don’t apply to Phalaenopsis orchids.
Rosine Laudier saved to Orchidées
Getting ready to repot your orchid plant? Here's a step-by-step guide to how to repot an orchid. Plus, how to tell if your orchid needs to be repotted, when is the best time to do it, and what you should do about aerial roots or an orchid with no roots. #Orchid #OrchidCare #RepotOrchid #RootOrchid #OrchidPot
Step-by-step guide to repotting phalaenopsis orchids. We will walk you through the key elements to successfully repot an orchid.
Before diving right into re-potting, it is important to know why and when to repot orchids. Knowing the answers will determine if you really need to, or not #orchidbliss #windowsillorchids #ganrdening #flowers #orchidflowerspike #phalaenopsis #orchids
Want to know how to safely repot your orchid without damaging it? And when should you repot your orchid, anyway? Here's a simple and easy guide for how to repot your orchid in 6 steps. Learn how to sanitize your tools for repotting an orchid, what kind of potting mix or soil to use for orchids, if you should use orchid moss, and more. We help you pick the right size pot so your orchid will be healthy and happy! Choose the right potting medium and how to handle root rot and trim roots too.
Orchids can usually live in the same pot for at least a year or two without any problems. But sooner or later, your orchid will outgrow its pot, or its potting mix will start to break down. That's when you'll need to repot it.
Judie Parker saved to Gardening