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Question: orchid

Hello,

i have a little problem with my phalaenopsis orchid. I bought it in October from unicef ​​it was very beautiful it made 2/3 flowers and then dried the stem. I listened to a florist's advice and told me to cut it between the second and third nodules.

I bathe it once a week and I put the fertilizer once a month. it is placed on a sub pot with moistened expanded clay and I steam it with water every now and then.

I use distilled water because chlorine in the sink water is dangerous.

why does not it bloom I'm wrong something ??

thank you very much

regards

Valentina


Answer: orchid

Dear Valentina,

phalaenopsis orchids generally bloom once or twice a year, preferably in spring; since your orchid had bloomed when you bought it in October, it will take some time before it produces new buds, new barrels and therefore new flowers.

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