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This is a discussion on phalenopsis gigantea within the New Growers: Ask the Senior Members forums, part of the New Growers category; If I were you, I would have positioned the old pot with the seedling on ...
If I were you, I would have positioned the old pot with the seedling on the opposite end of the bigger pot. This is so as the seedling grows in a sideways fashion, it will take longer for it to outgrow the newer pot, and will have more opportunities to send new roots into the medium as the stem grows across. If you get what I mean...
Yup. That's what I meant. I would have positioned the seedling deeper in the pot too, but you can just leave it as it is. No need to rush out to repot it.
Good luck to you!
It is a very nice idea to suspend your phal. like this. Please send us a pic in six months/one year to see its progress. She should be very beautiful.