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This is a discussion on New to Orchids - could use some tips (long post w/pics) within the New Growers: Ask the Senior Members forums, part of the New Growers category; Originally Posted by kiwiorchids With the second one-First mistake-WHY DID YOU USE SOIL!? That could ...
It's supposed to rain here all day so I think I'll but my vanda and dendrobiums out to soak up some moisture too.
It seems that I have a lot to learn! I'll be doing some homework for sure.
Dont cut the old canes of Dendrobium, that is their storage of energy , when turning yellowish or brown is the right moment to cut down the canes.
your vanda in hanging basket shoud be soak ro water atleast 1 hour a day or every 2 days just to pump up the water and moisture to the leaves.
also remove those sphag, they like bare rooted, spray some foliar fertilizer to your orchids and some slow release ferts