Girls, does anyone have an orchid? Help, the pot has fallen, now it is not blooming ..
Will it bloom now sometime? Tell me how to care for the flower))))
There are 3 answers
Answered on December 4, 2014 19:14
First of all, inspect the root system - in orchids it is very fragile and you can not immediately notice that the roots are damaged. Over time, damaged roots will dry out. It is worth remembering that the roots of orchids should be covered with bark, and not covered with earth or moss. If the pot fell, when the flower spike was already thrown away, then the flower spike most likely will freeze, but do not worry if the orchid blooms again. And if there are no peduncles for a long time - arrange a warm shower for your orchid, because in the homeland of flowers, wet and warm weather and warm, summer "rain" can help flowering. And do not forget about fertilizers, and take care of a good atmosphere for a flower.
Answered on December 4, 2014 19:31
In general, they say that in order to make an orchid bloom, you need to create a stressful situation for it. They say that the temperature drastically change or abruptly stop watering. (A source: ). Orchid really begins to bloom after these manipulations. But I think if you recently dropped it, then it was stressful for her. it is necessary to give her a little to come to life :) Water as before, create favorable conditions for growth and flowering. Wait for spring - the orchid loves sunshine.