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How to ‘encourage’ an orchid to ‘re-bloom’ with simple task – ‘key’ to ‘beautiful blooms’

In their natural habitat, orchids are mainly either epiphytic, meaning they grow on trees, or lithophytic, meaning they grow on rocks.

The houseplant experts continued: “Most orchids therefore naturally grow high up in the rainforest treetops on rough bark rather than on bark rather than on the ground in soil.

“As such, orchid owners should try to mimic this environment and always pot these plants in specific bark-based orchid compost which promotes creation to the roots and drainage to prevent the plant becoming waterlogged.”

The houseplants’ roots can easily rot if left in wet compost, so it is important to make sure the soil has dried between watering.



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