Are you one of many that throw out your Orchids when they stop blooming? Well, you’ll be pleased to know, you are not alone!
It’s easy to assume they are dead but that is not the case. With some coaxing your Orchid can have a long and healthy life. In nature Orchids grow in tree limbs. That’s why we use stakes.
How To Make An Orchid Plant Rebloom Video
Shirley Bovshow from Home and Family shows us how to handle our Orchids when they are dormant. She suggests moving them to a window for warmth without direct sunlight.
She says your Orchid can last 50 years and shows you how to cut the nodes to assist with reblooming. Click Play above to view ^
6 Steps To Reblooming Orchids
FTD have created this excellent infographic that has 6 easy steps to making your Orchids Rebloom. They suggest indirect sunlight, trimming, watering weekly and keeping them indoors.
Orchids should be kept in a moderate temperature, ideally 65-75 degrees. When your roots look brown or the leaves start to wilt, it is time to repot your Orchid Plant.
Want more? We have a post that shows you how to grow Orchids indoors successfully. For all the tips and tricks, view here