The best spot
A light spot, but no direct sunlight.
Dip 10 minutes in lukewarm water every week. Let it leak out afterwards.
The Phalaenopsis orchid can bloom several times a year. When the plant has finished flowering, cut the stalk of the flower above the second or third eye. A new flower stalk can emerge from this. The plant also lays a flower stalk under each new leaf. If a plant makes new leaves, but does not want to flower, then stop giving the plant any fertilizer. Place it in a slightly cooler space, such as a guest room where it is between 15 and 18 ˚C. If you see the new flower stalk, put the plant back in the living room. When the plant starts to bloom again, the flowers are white in color.
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