The tropical plant does not always make life easy for its owner.
Especially when there is no blooming bloom - with these tricks the orchid will bloom again.
Depending on the species, orchids bloom once or twice a year.
But if the tropical beauty does not have beautiful flowers for a longer period of time, the question of why is in the room.
There are many causes.
It starts with too well-intentioned irrigation and can end with too dark a location.
In between there is the possibility that the plant treats itself to a balanced resting phase.
But you don't have to give up the plant.
With a few tricks you can stimulate the blooming splendor again - we have selected three for you.
Encouraging orchids to bloom: Trick 1 - Water and fertilize correctly
Instead of watering the orchid, you'd better
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But not too much.
Check beforehand with a wooden stick whether the soil inside is still moist enough.
If you want to submerge the plant in water, it is best
to use medium-temperature, low-lime water
So that you can enjoy the orchid for a long time, it is worthwhile to water it carefully.
And also the
proper fertilization is an important factor
- otherwise the growth may stagnate.
Depending on the type of orchid, add some orchid fertilizer to the immersion water about every three weeks.
This gives the tropical plant enough nutrients.
Mold on the potting soil: These tips will help to get rid of the fungal lawn in the flower pot
Encouraging orchids to bloom: Trick 2 - The ideal location
to bloom brilliantly.
A light location is therefore essential for flower formation.
But here, too, there are a few small things to consider.
too much sun is not beneficial either
Especially in the months of April to September, the orchid should not be directly at the window.
In the worst case, you could get sunburn.
Nevertheless, the plant can be placed near a window.
In the winter months, on the other hand, you can park the orchid by the window with a clear conscience.
best to overwinter orchids
With this simple trick, the fogged mirror is no longer a problem after a shower
Stimulating orchids to bloom: Trick 3 - The use of cold
Every orchid has different needs.
You should definitely keep an eye on them.
While one orchid likes it warm and bright, or rich in humidity, there are other orchids as well.
Some specimens like the cold
and show new flowers at room temperatures of 15 to 16 degrees Celsius.
Cymbidium orchids, for example, can be revitalized by a cold stimulus.
In the bud stage, this plant can safely be exposed to temperatures below 14 degrees Celsius so that the buds do not fall off.
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