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12 Jan 2016 21:21
12 Jan 2016 17:05
so I had it for about less than two months, it was fine, flowered in full for couple weeks... I think the roots look fairly decent? I think those are flower buds though
12 Jan 2016 17:02
12 Jan 2016 16:34
No, I make sure not to over water them, I think I haven't watered it for more than a week now as I was away for the weekend - I always put them on the shower and make sure all the water drains before putting them back in the pot
12 Jan 2016 16:32
yes, there seems to be like a little bud on the top, and I think the roots also look fine, so I'm not sure what might be the reason, I just sprinkled the wound where the leaves fell off with ground cinnamon, and I watered with some fertiliser,
I have 5 other orchids, they seem to be growing still with more or less luck but still surviving, however I have never encountered such a disaster!!!
12 Jan 2016 14:37
Hi all, I'm so devastated!! all of a sudden my orchid lost all of its leaves, and it was the one orchid that I was thinking it was perfectly fine! I don't understand it, I didn't even touch it, the leaves seemed perfectly fine and healthy and just fell off!!!
is there anything that can be done?? the roots seem to be fine, but without the leaves I think it will not survive?
28 Dec 2015 00:07
21 Dec 2015 16:49
20 Dec 2015 19:36
I think it's just the flowers, but I'm not sure what the leaves and roots are supposed to look like, I have several phalaenopsis and I mostly can tell if they are doing good or not...
20 Dec 2015 10:09
one more photo of the roots as well
20 Dec 2015 10:08
hello everyone, so I got this lovely little plant some time ago, but I'm struggling to keep it happy, it seems to be slowly withering away, could anyone help me with identifying what's wrong and how I can help it?
06 Dec 2015 18:06
hahahaha yes! I was thinking now about my room haha
06 Dec 2015 17:49
My iphone's compass says 218' South West, are there any indoor plants that would be happy in let's say...part shade?
06 Dec 2015 17:22
I didn't know! I'm a very inexperienced gardener I must say, I just get plants and hope for the best. I have moved it outside, I hope it will be okay! I have secured the pot with some paving blocks so it doesn't get blown away.
Yes, I'm in the UK - Birmingham to be precise. My balcony doesn't get overly sunny to be fair, neither is my room, I had to take all plants away because it was too dark for them...
Thank you for the advice, I will report on the progress
06 Dec 2015 07:14
05 Dec 2015 19:12
I'm not sure how to help it, it seems to be dropping leaves like literally even when I look at it... It was outside during the summer but I had to move it indoors as I live in a flat on 5th floor and it is very very windy there! Could that have made it worse?