Phalaenopsis orchid has a single growing stem produces one or two alternate, thick, fleshy, compact leaves. The inflorescence of this orchid is a raceme or panicle appears from the stem. This bloom can live for several weeks. If kept in indoor condition, the flowers may be live last two to three weeks.
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Re-pot the plant when grows large and overgrows its container, the potting material deteriorates, the plant has to be split or divided.
It is better to re-pot epiphytes every year. The best time for repotting is when fresh roots emerge at the bases of the previous year growth.
This orchid should have a 50-70% humidity level around them. You should spray the water on the whole plant and potting medium for maintaining the humidity.
Also, you can select the area where fountain or water flow is available.
You should keep the plant directly in front of airflow to maintain the humidity.
After your orchid has finished blooming, use sharp scissors to cut off the flowering stem to promote regrowth.
Crowding of plants can lead to problems with insect infestations and fungus. Keep air to circulate around the plant.