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Choosing the Best Orchid Pot Media

You’ve probably heard that all disease begins in the gut, but did you know that’s true for plants as well? Instead of a gut, the soil around a plant’s root system allows it to get the nutrients, water and oxygen it...

The Top 3 Benefits of Repotting Your Orchid

Has it been a year or more since you purchased your orchid? If so, it may be outgrowing its current home and need to be moved into a bigger pot. Repotting your orchid will help your plant thrive for years to come.

Does Splitting And Repotting Bromeliads Promote Regrowth?

  Bromeliads add an alluring tropical touch to any space. After you have one, it's natural to want more of them. Some gardeners promote splitting and repotting bromeliads to encourage new growth. But does it actually...

Video: How To Repot An Orchid

Repotting is critical to your orchid’s health. It can keep your potting medium from breaking down and causing root rot. If you're wondering how to repot your orchid, check out our latest video for step-by-step...

Top Orchid Repotting Tips

Repotting your Just Add Ice orchid is essential for maintaining the health of the plant. For novice orchid growers, the repotting process can seem intimidating and leave you with many questions. To help you take the...

Steps to Repot a Phalaenopsis Orchid, Part 1 Of 2

Owning a Phalaenopsis orchid is a rewarding experience. This type of orchid is easy to grow and with minimal effort, giving its owner beautiful and colorful flowers for several months. Some Phalaenopsis orchids will...

Repotting Advice For Your Phalaenopsis Orchid

Many people who are new to owning Phalaenopsis orchids are often curious about the tight quarters that each Phalaenopsis orchid arrives in. It does not seem to matter if the pot is plastic or clay, the orchid appears to...

When Should You Repot Your Orchid?

Phalaenopsis orchids should be repotted every one to two years in order to replenish the orchid potting media and maintain optimal growing conditions. Phalaenopsis orchids are potted in course-cut, chunky pieces of pine...