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Re: ZZ plant question
Watering once a week is too much, they don't need much water. Try backing off for a few weeks.
My Oncs. and Dens. have been blooming for 2 months now.
Try spraying Roundup on the foliage.
You need patients with phals, they are slow growing. To bloom they need a good 15 degree temperature difference as well for a number of weeks....
Dens in winter (At least mine bloom in winter) and I'm not sure of Oncidiums. I'm waiting for my Oncs to do something!
Now I'm no orchid expert although I DO have some myself that I've had for about 6 years now.
The one on the left looks like an Oncidium. The...
Take it out of the pot, cut back 1/3 of the roots and untangle them a bit then plop it into a new pot. Water well FIRST before un potting to make...
I did it last year for the first time. Take a stem cutting or 2 if possible. Make 3-4 inch sections and place the bottom 1/3 of them in a glass of...
They will bloom multiple times if conditions are right. Some bloom up to 4 or more times. Cool and/or dark nights induce bud set.
They DON'T know. It is an AVERAGE date. Take it with a grain of salt.
They are heavy feeders. EVERY plant except carnivorous plants need fertilizer. Half strength every other watering.
That is a Phalaenopsis orchid. Go here to learn all about them!
There is a TON of orchid info out there...
They do not require direct sunlight, just bright shade. Mine grow under my backyard patio roof. I water well when they dry out. I fertilize every...
Usually low humidity.
Every 2 weeks is probably too much water. Old stalks do die. New ones are light green at first. Fertilize about every 2 months or so, they don't...
What you're seeing is probably the top of the tuber(s). Don't worry about it. You shouldn't need to repot this, they grow slow. You could add a...
You MUST tell him to keep the leaves growing until fall. Do not let the plant die (go to sleep) in the spring. These do NOT need dormancy, they...
It depends on the TYPE of Brom. Tilandsias for instance don't have "cups" and get their water through their leaves.
Are you feeding it at all? Mine throw up one or 2 stalks a year.