Orchids are beautiful, delicate plants that require special care to keep them blooming longer, especcialy right watering. The first thing to say is please leave your orchids alone, but don’t neglect your Orchids! Do not over water, do not fertilize, do not expose to the sun. And your orchid will delight you for a long time. The main cause of orchid problems is over-watering. When it comes to watering, the rule of thumb is to wait until the soil is completely dry before watering again.
Another important factor to keep in mind is the type of water you use to water your orchid. It is best to use distilled or purified water, as tap water contains mineral salts that are harmful to orchids if they accumulate in a pot.
To prolong the flowering of orchids, it is necessary to provide them with the right environment and conditions. This includes placing them in a bright but not sunny spot in your home, keep that in mind. The ideal temperature range for most orchids is 16-24°C and they prefer high levels of humidity, so make sure the room is well ventilated and humid.
In terms of nutrition, it is best to use a high quality orchid fertilizer once a month during the active growing season. Never fertilize an orchid that is not actively growing. Do not fertilize if the plant was purchased in the store already flowering. Phalaenopsis has already received all the necessary nutrients there. During the formation of new buds, it is necessary to stimulate the growth of the plant.
In conclusion, with proper care, orchids can continue to bloom for several months. Remember to provide them with the right amount of water, the right amount of light, and the right amount of moisture to keep them healthy and thriving.