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Easy Orchid Care: Repotting a Phalaenopsis with Rotten Roots / Steps to save an Orchid with no roots

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Water culture for phalenopsis orchids and root rot...my truthful experience.

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Rejuvenating stressed Orchids Part 1 - Limp, leathery leaves

So here I am sorting out the Phalaenopsis orchids I received for our anniversary. Most of them just need some attention, some require a bit of work, so this video is split in 2 parts. In part 1 I talk about general aspects in dealing with a stressed orchid.
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The Phalaenopsis in this video is looking rather sad. The leaves are limp, they have no gloss and developed wrinkles. This is a clear sign of dehydration. But to determine the cause of dehydration we need to take a look at the roots.

A repot is always a good idea with new orchids, as it gives you the chance to take a look at the roots, see if the medium is suited for you or if you have any pests hiding in there. So I discovered this orchid has a decent root system, but the stem was cut in the past. This means the orchid might be older than I thought. I also use hydrogen peroxide 3% to limit fungi or snails, to learn more visit this video it can be used on fungal spots and roots to prevent snails.

Overall this plant is not sick, she just needs some hydration and proper care. In part 2 we will look at some more stressed and even sick orchids.
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Are these Orchids dead or alive? - saving Orchids through keikis

I recently received some very sick Phalaenopsis orchids, which are more dead than alive. Luckily for us one has some keikis, so let's see what we can do.
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Now orchids are very resilient plants, when we think they are almost gone they can surprise us with life. However it is important to realize there is only one component of the orchid we need functional and this is the stem (axis).

These Phalaenopsis have most probably suffered from stem or crown rot, which is one of the worst ailments a monopodial orchid can face. Roots or leaves dying doesn't mean the entire orchid will die, but the axis being dead only means one thing: the orchid cannot be saved, no matter how many good roots, flower spikes and even leaf remains it has.

The reason is simple: the axis is responsible with the creation of all other structures, such as roots, leaves, spikes. If the axis is dead, there is nothing to create new structures.

Now we will attempt to save one of them through keikis, baby plants created on the flower spike which were not affected by rot. Separating them and placing them in higher humidity environments will help in the process.

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Orchids with desiccated roots vs. rotten roots - How to tell the difference

A few days ago I was talking about how orchids don't show signs of illness right away. I was mentioning that I think this orchid didn't receive enough water lately so the roots are dead, since no amount of water hydrates it anymore. Today I repotted it and I though it would be a good opportunity to show you how desiccated roots look like in comparison with rotten roots. Hope this was useful, enjoy!

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HOW TO REGROW ORCHID ROOTS FAST / VANDA ORCHID WITH NO ROOTS VANDA CARE SERIES PART 5

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My Orchid has no roots, should I throw it?

For those of you who already have experience with orchids this question might sound a bit strange. But actually when you never own one you assume it will behave like a regular house plant. But you are in for a big surprise :)
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Most of the orchids that we find on the market are pretty hardy and resilient in case of root loss, so don;t throw away your orchid yet, new roots can form!

A factor that contributes to the well being of new roots is moisture. Higher moisture around the new root tips will ensure they will not dry and, as they grow, they will start to absorb water and hydrate the orchid. I have a few tips to provide some moisture to the roots here

There are many different ways to help an orchid become healthy again and I have a few tutorials on how I prefer to do things. You can watch them here





Keep in mind to keep your orchids away from direct sun and offer intermediate temperatures as much as possible.
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Update on Orchids With No Roots

Purple phal is doing really well
Mini phal loves water culture
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How I Make Orchid Roots Grow

It all starts with the roots! Here's how I start off my bare-root orchids and get them growing nice roots.

Saving Orchid from root rot, dehydration and mealy bugs

Time to start the sick Phalaenopsis videos :) Today we take a look at a Phalaenopsis which suffered from root rot, dehydration and also has a severe case of mealy bugs.
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First I will remove the majority of mealy bugs so I don't spread them all over the place. I found a good way to do so it with a cotton swab soaked in alcohol. Mealy bugs usually hide in crowns, leaf joins, underneath the leaves, but also in tiny placed in flower spikes and flowers.

The let's take a look at the root system. There are only 2 aerial roots still alive, but they will be enough to hydrate my orchid and give it a lead. No roots at all would have been worse. The dead roots are all cut away and thrown together with the old medium.

I am using my standard inorganic and clay pot type of growth and place the orchid on top of the medium. As a rule it's a better idea to not bury the axis, all leaves must be on top of the medium.

A spray of alcohol and water will finish up for the day. In the next days she will remain quarantined and away from my other plants. Any visible mealy bug will be removed manually and the aerial roots will be hydrated on a daily basis. And this should be a good fresh start for this orchid :)
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Orchid Care for Beginners - How to save sick, rootless Phalaenopsis Orchids | Before & After!

This video is sponsored by rePotme and some supplies, like medium, pots, stakes, clips, tools and fertilizer were provided by them for this video. Check them out here
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Today I show you how to save sick, or stressed Phalaenopsis orchids, which don't have many roots and have soft, wrinkly leaves!

Phalaenopsis orchids can get sick if we don't care for them properly. Here is a list of all the common problems you might encounter with Phalaenopsis orchids and how to pick a healthy orchid

Here is our entire Care series, including how to water, repot and many other useful topics!


One month later and the orchids are in great shape, with just a bit of care :D

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Subtropical climate, hot summers and mild winters
60-90% humidity, always breezy
Growth space is kept at min 17C and max 29C
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Media:
LECA - Pokon or IKEA
Various organic mixes from rePotme
Sphagnum Moss - Spagmoss from Besgrow or

Fertilizer and supplements:
MSU Orchid fertilizer for osmosis / rain water
Orchid Focus Bloom (when I need something low in N)

Pots, containers, baskets:
DIY self watering pots and masks from local flower shops
Lechuza self watering pots
Wooden Vanda baskets
Slotted pots from rePotme

Lighting:
LED shop panels from Leroy Merlin, 4000k
Tertial lamps from IKEA + 4000k LED bulbs (various brands)
Orvibo WiFi Smart Plugs

Shelf units:
Shirley's Simple Shelving
Lerberg and Mulig from IKEA
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Saving my Phalaenopsis Orchid with limp leaves and no roots - Long discussion about cutting spikes

Today we take a look at one of my Phalaenopsis orchids which is in dire need of attention and care!
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About a month ago I purchased a few very stressed Phalaenopsis and we repotteds them, check it out here

It would appear the roots were not as healthy as I initially thought, so it is time to intervene and remove everything that withered away in the meantime. The other 2 orchids are doing pretty well after one month

One technique I always perform when dealing with cases such as these is to remove the flower spikes, as they drain too much energy from the almost rootless orchids. There is a lot of observation, experience and research behind this, so here we go:

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Cutting the biggest energy drain source leaves more available for important components, such as roots and leaves. Speaking of which, here is more about these structures and their functions:

All about leaves
All about orchid roots
The relationship between leaves and roots

With the spikes out of the way, the roots having more access to moisture through a top layer, more about it here and the leaves not actively growing now, the orchid should make a recovery within a couple of months :)

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???? My environment:
Subtropical climate, hot summers and mild winters
60-90% humidity, always breezy
Growth space is kept at min 17C and max 29C
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???? What I use in my Grow Room:

Media:
LECA - Pokon or IKEA
Various organic mixes from rePotme
Sphagnum Moss - Spagmoss from Besgrow or

Fertilizer and supplements:
MSU Orchid fertilizer for osmosis / rain water
Orchid Focus Bloom (when I need something low in N)

Pots, containers, baskets:
DIY self watering pots and masks from local flower shops
Lechuza self watering pots
Wooden Vanda baskets
Slotted pots from rePotme

Lighting:
LED shop panels from Leroy Merlin, 4000k
Tertial lamps from IKEA + 4000k LED bulbs (various brands)
Orvibo WiFi Smart Plugs

Shelf units:
Shirley's Simple Shelving
Lerberg and Mulig from IKEA
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How to save an orchid without roots

Today's i will show you orchid roots growth hormone, orchid roots rotting, dead orchid roots, orchid roots, yellow, overgrown orchid roots.

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Rehabilitating an orchid with no roots

I actually saved the plant from my local supermarket with only one discount flower left and a little bulb. But that one flower was so beautiful and I had to buy it.
Unfortunately this Phalaenopsis was suffering with a bad root system and here we are.


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My 'saving Orchids with almost no roots' routine - Part 1 | The theory

Today I decided to elaborate more on the process of saving and dehydrating Orchids that lack a good root system.
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First off, I did a video in the past on this issue, but I dealt with Phalaenopsis there and I feel I did not elaborate as much. if you want to see it though, here it is

Roots are one of the most important structure for an orchid, as they are incredibly well adapted to absorb, store and direct water and nutrients. More on orchid roots here

When roots are missing, the orchid is in serious distress and we need to focus on some root production. I am not the type that entrusts in miracle techniques or substances, I like the straight forward and logical approach: how do we make this orchid absorb water while still maintaining it airy?

And here is where all of us can start to be creative and adapt our techniques in accordance to our environment and orchids.

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Part 1: Saving Stem and Root Rotted Orchids (100% Results)

In this video I will show the stem and root rotted orchids. This video will have two parts. The link for Part 2 is in description below and on iCard in the top right corner of the video. I will continue updating with the results and the process of dealing with it. The results are already shown, but I am working on making the video. There will be a separate playlist for rotted orchids. Please follow.

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My Orchid Is Dying..... Phalaenopsis Orchid Rescue Repotting

Step by step explanation of why your store bought or gift phalaenopsis is dying and how to rescue it by properly repotting.

Phalaenopsis ROOT ROT & REPOT Pt1 How to deal with Root Rot on a Phalaenopsis Orchid

Phalaenopsis ROOT ROT & REPOT Pt1 How to deal with Root Rot with your Phalaenopsis Orchid. In this video I quickly show you a case of Phalaenopsis Orchid Root rot and the steps to re-pot after trimming the roots. Orchid Re-potting tips and a demo on how to repot a Phalaenopsis Orchid.
Orchidaceae is a diverse and widespread family of flowering plants with blooms that are often colorful and often fragrant, commonly known as the orchid family. Along with the Asteraceae, they are one of the two largest families of flowering plants, with between 21,950 and 26,049 currently accepted species, found in 880 genera. Selecting which of the two families is larger is still under debate, as concrete numbers on such enormous families are constantly in flux. Regardless, the number of orchid species equals more than twice the number of bird species, and about four times the number of mammal species. The family also encompasses about 6--11% of all seed plants. The largest genera are Bulbophyllum (2,000 species), Epidendrum (1,500 species), Dendrobium (1,400 species) and Pleurothallis (1,000 species).

The family also includes Vanilla (the genus of the vanilla plant), Orchis (type genus), and many commonly cultivated plants such as Phalaenopsis and Cattleya. Moreover, since the introduction of tropical species in the 19th century, horticulturists have produced more than 100,000 hybrids and cultivars.
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How to Save Orchids With No Roots

Using a temporary water culture method, I sprout new roots on my orchids. Then I pot them up and they devour the new media.

How to save a Phalaenopsis orchid with no (or with few) roots plus cutting the stem

I have received this Phalaenopsis orchid from a neighbor to save. As you can see there is only one aerial root, the orchid is dehydrated, has limp, leathery leaves and looks like it will die. But I think hope is not all lost :) Here is my method of saving sick Phalaenopsis orchids with no roots, or with very few roots.

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