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When Should I Repot My Just Add Ice Orchid?

Ok, horticulture enthusiasts! We know some of you love technical details, so we're going to do a deeper dive into orchid repotting. Big picture: Just Add Ice Orchids generally need to be repotted every 1 to 3 years,...

3 Telltale Signs It’s Time to Repot Your Orchid

You should repot your orchid every one to two years to keep it healthy and help it grow. Repotting also keeps the potting media in good shape, allowing for the rapid drainage and root aeration that Phalaenopsis orchids...

Addressing Repotting Questions For Phalaenopsis Orchids

Some people may think that Phalaenopsis orchids are fussy plants that require constant attention, but avid fans of orchids tend to disagree. With a little love and attention, Phalaenopsis orchids will reward its owner...

Go-To Tips for Better Summer Orchid Care

Summer is right around the corner. Time to head outdoors and soak up the sun’s warm rays. Like you, Phalaenopsis orchids love the summer; however, summer weather can pose problems for your plant. Today, we’re sharing a...

When is it Time to Repot your Phalaenopsis Orchid?

Caring for a Phalaenopsis Orchid, otherwise known as a moth orchid, is generally pretty simple. If you remember to water your orchid with 3 ice cubes once per week, make sure it’s warm enough and gets plenty of indirect...

Steps to Repot Phalaenopsis Orchid, Part 2 Of 2

In our previous post, we discussed why it is necessary to repot your orchid and when you should do so. The first step in repotting your Phalaenopsis orchid is to trim the spikes.

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...

What to Do If Your Orchid Sprouts Leaves at the End of Its Spike

If your Phalaenopsis orchid starts sprouting leaves instead of a flower at the end of its spike, congratulations! Your orchid is about to become a new mom! Such leafy growths are called “keikis,” the Hawaiian word for...