Posted: 23/06/2014 at 10:48
Please don't cut off the aerial roots - it needs them to grow.
Use a small stick to help straighten it if it is leaning too much, ,
Mine are the easiest plant - even my son manages to look after them whilst I am away. He stands them in a washing up bowl and waters from the top with tap water and a drop of orchid feed - leaves to stand for one hour, then takes them out of the water, drains, and replaces in pot covers - once a week, or thereabouts.
They live on a windowsill which does not get too much sun......about five years old now and keep on flowering.