I generally do mix some old bark from the flower pot with mostly new
bark when repotting. However, do not depend entirely on my advice. I
recently repotted both my Phalaenopsis, and then one of them died.
David E. Ross
While many tributes to the late Supreme Court Associate Justice
I have one orchid for at least 3 years.
Never re-potted and it looks happy to me.
There are plenty of roots outside the pot
but I don't see a problem with that.
It gives me an opportunity to mist the roots every
few days with water.
So, why do I need to re-pot this plant?
On Friday, February 26, 2016 at 9:26:19 AM UTC-8, David E. Ross wrote:
On the 3 Phals from TJ, the roots of one are climbing out top of pot
Since these pots don't have drainage holes where roots would normally protrude,
I assume this should be sign that plant (s) needs repotting?
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