Pot, and flower, color may vary.
We know you’re going to love your Phalaenopsis Orchids, but don’t be an overbearing plant parent! Orchid roots like to be watered, but then left to almost dry out before you water them again.
This is because the roots are very susceptible to rot if they’re kept constantly moist.
A good way to tell when it’s time to water your orchid is by sticking your finger into the pot. If it feels wet, don’t water yet! You can also try lifting the pot to feel how heavy it is. When the pot is dry it will feel very light, and it might be time to give your orchid a drink.
On average, Phalaenopsis Orchids will only need watering about once evry other week , or perhaps a little more often in the hot summer months.