Spathoglottis is a terrestrial orchid commonly known as the ground orchid. They are known for their large, showy flowers and come in a wide variety of colors and sizes. They are native to Asia, Southeast Asia, Australia, and some Pacific Islands. This genus is one of the easiest orchids to grow. They can be grown with Dendrobiums and Cattleyas.
Plant Size: Blooming Size
Plant Stage: Matured
Pot Type: Black Plastic Pot
Pot Size: 4 inch
Potting Media: Coco Peat
Growing Conditions: Tropical (warm to cold climate)
Growing Level: Easy
Note: Plant will be delivered without flowers / spikes / buds
Water: Water them in the morning when the media is dry. Ensure there is moisture in the media and keep them from drying up.
Light: Ensure a good dose of indirect sunlight. Ideally the early morning light is advisable.
Temperature: Intermediate temperatures are reasonable, but they're pretty flexible about temperature. If temperatures are warm, they will bloom year-round. In climates with a cool winter, they may go dormant.
Humidity: Maintain humidity level of 60% - 80%. Regular watering in plants helps maintain the humidity and encourage growth. Good air circulation is a must.
Fertilizer: Weekly fertilizing required during active growth. In winter months, plants are fertilized twice a month.
Note: Never fertilize an orchid that is completely dry, because this can cause major damage to the roots.
Potting: Spathoglottis should be repotted in a pot with a coarse mix that can hold moisture and maintain humidity. The media should be such that water drains out properly and provides proper aeration.
1. Open the box under the shade (cool area).
2. Keep the plant for rest for at least 12 hrs.
3. Clean the plant and wash them with fungicide solution and keep spraying the fungicides once in a week
4. After 15 days you can start spraying fertilizer after every 10 days in growing season (summers) and after every 15 days in dormant season (winter)
5. Repotting is preferred to be done in growing season
6. Keep checking the growth of new roots which indicates the plants have successfully settled in your location.
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