You can check to see if it needs water by pushing your finger or a stick down by the roots to check for moisture. You might need to water the orchid more often in the summer and less often in the winter. The yellow spots sound like it might be a disease.
Rejuvenating stressed Orchids Part 1 - Limp, leathery leaves
Answered all my questions. September 17, at 8: I water my orchids a few times a month following the link below.
How to Tell When an Orchid Is Dead?
There is one tried and tested trick which has proved effective more often than not and here is the trick:. I left it outside under three where there was partly sun and Sade to dry out. Have I lost them forever? Gary Derby August 23, 7: Should I throw it away, or can I save it. July 20, at 5: My friend has started saving tow hem also. First, thank you for posting your blog, I have gotten a lot of information about orchids! I would encourage you to watch this video: Leave it in the inner pot.
I water him once a week and never forget but he looks so why is my orchid dying. None of them has bloomed and the leaves are now wilted and soft. I would say no, Hannah. Since then it does not seem to have gotten more, about a month or so. I reported it BC the roots looked cramped new soil. June 10, at July 28, at References 6 Orchid Care Zone: Should I cut them down even more? Is this too short?
Then provide it with the proper care, and watch and see. New root growth is a wonderful sign of the plant returning to health.
How to Nurse a Dying Orchid
Phalaenopsis orchids are known as some of the most beautiful flowers to grow. You try to learn all that is there to learn about caring for it in the best way possible. What do you think I should do with this plant?
Orchid Care Trick : How to Save Your Potted Orchid From Dying
April 15, at 7: Mine are happy when I have plunged them into sink full of water, flower why is my orchid dying and all, when they get dry. But now that summer has come, I feel like I can keep up with it again. I highly recommend doing an image search on Google for dendrobium infections and comparing your plant to those pictures to make sure.