Moth Orchid

Moth Orchid location

A distinctive characteristic for the ideal habitat of this orchid is a relatively high temperature. This is probably due to its origins and the places where it was first found. When the temperature gets very high, they just need to be kept humid and ventilated. They do not need that much light as the other orchids. The ideal exposure to sunlight would be a place covered by a tent. If it does not bloom though, it is a sign of light loss which means you went too far with the light restriction. The soil should be the typical orchid soil you can found in gardening stores, you only have to respect the rule of not letting water stagnate, but you have to mix the soil with some of that material, allowing the humidity to stay, in order to hydrate the orchid.
Moth Orchid

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Moth Orchid Care

Orchids should be placed in locations that allow their growth without any problem. Except for those times when they get damaged or attacked by parasites, which means that you have to cure them and then repot them in order to avoid any other attack, orchids do not need to be repotted that often. The only real care you have to take in serious consideration is the preservation of the roots. They should never get damaged in any way and they should be sprayed with a little anti-parasite solution or alcohol in the case of first appearance of microorganisms. Orchid roots are many, thick and strong and repotting the plant you could risk to break them mining the health of the plant itself.

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Moth Orchid Watering

Moth Orchid Watering the orchid must follow only one rule: respecting the frequency allowing the soil to stay slightly wet all the time. As a general rule, twice a week could be enough, while during the cold season watering can be narrowed down to once a week. It always depends on the dimension of your plant. With small vases you will have a rapid drying process which means that you will have to water more often. Leaves are the only water reserve of the plant, so do not risk to let it dry too much jeopardizing the life of your plant.