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Repotting phalaenopsis

I inherited two moth orchids which almost immediately came into bloom and both have two stems, so you would think they are happy and healthy. However, they look awful as they have a huge amount of dried out aerial roots and I presume they need repotting. I have done this successfully before but I am not even sure where to start with these two, as I am unsure what to do with all this old aerial stuff!
Any advice greatly accepted!


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#1 Comment By BushDoctor On 09/30/2019 @ 2:01 pm

Repotting can, certainly, help them when done correctly. I would encourage you to sift through these articles for information on how to do this properly, as well as caring for them: [1]

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