Seeing a dry stem can be a cause for concern. At the end of each blooming the stem begins to yellow and dry up, but what should be done in these situations?
The orchid is a tropical plant that prefers stable and moderate temperatures. If outdoor conditions are similar to those in its natural environment, it is possible to put it outside in summer but with some precautions to ensure that it is in a suitable environment.
In nature, orchids live in tropical forests, where there are only two seasons: the rainy season and the dry season. Orchids go into vegetative rest during the dry season and start growing again when the humidity increases.
The Phalaenopsis orchid is an easy plant to grow, it can easily adapt to domestic environments.
Native to India, the Philippines, Indonesia and Australia it has a wide colour range flowers.
A regular repotting guarantees plants the good health, the substrate deteriorates over time and loses many important nutrients. In addition, the roots need enough space to grow and guarantee a rich flowering.