Normally foster orchids are out in the open air and they may have a support of tree. Growing orchid in pots is far better and easier way to have orchids. You can also grow orchids in open baskets and place them in an environment where they can naturally adopt the changes. If you are planning to grow orchids in pots then it is important to know that they can not endure themselves forever. Every orchid grower must know about repotting of orchid.
Usually orchid repotting is done after they have fully bloomed. Repotting is required after every two years, up till this time they will have used up their natural food which is required by them to grow. You can also come to know when repotting is required by seeing leading pseoudobulbs out of the pot’s edge. The roots of the plant will push them to move out of the pot.
Normally repotting should be done after every two years but if you feel that the soil in which orchids are planted has started to break into smaller pieces, you can opt for repotting.
Step 1: You should choose a pot for repotting first, which is slightly bigger in size than the previous one. You can also opt for a special orchid pot.
Step 2: When you are about to change your pot, hold the top of the plant carefully.
Step 3: Remove the old potting material from roots as much as you can.
Step 4: Roots which are blackened in color and soft are dead roots, so remove these roots with the help of sharp blades.
Step 5: Place the roots in
Step 6: Watering of