Orchid Plants

Indoor Orchids

Jacqui B added on August 22, 2016 | Answered

Plant finished flowering about 2 months ago; however, there are 2 more sprouting from the main plant. These show no signs of flowering but have really healthy looking leaves. Should these be cut of to allow main plant to flower when it is time?

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Answered on August 23, 2016

It sounds like you have keikis, or baby orchids! Yes, you can remove these (it's best to let them develop a bit before removal) and grow them separately. Here's how:


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