Just a little reminder.... For people who like to grow their orchids outside during late spring, summer, and fall, be sure you don't just put them outside all day right at first. New growth that developed over winter's lower light levels can get easily burned, so it's best to acclimate. Take them out for a few hours to start, then let them stay out longer each day. After a few weeks, they should be fine, and you can let them live outside until it's time to bring them in again.