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from the Logee's growers

Re-Blooming Orchids


Phalaenopsis:

• Grow in cool temperatures; a drop into the high to

  mid-fifties at night for 4 weeks will re-stimulate bloom.

• Healthy roots are key to keep them growing.

• Maintain root health by accurately watering; water only when the media is almost dry.

 

Cattleyas, Odontias, Oncidiums:

• They grow from rhizomes with the newest growth creating

  the next flowers or re-bloom.

• High light is one of the keys to creating flower buds to form.

• Grow in some direct sunlight.

• Maintain root health. Adhere to proper watering.

• Allowing the potting media to dry down between waterings

  and then thoroughly saturate.

• These varieties need higher light than Phalaenopsis.


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