New off shoot

LylbitJuly 15, 2011

I have an Phalaenopsis orchid that has grown a new off shoot from a flower stem. What is the best way make this a new plant with out hurting them?

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highjack(z6 KY)

Cut the stem coming from the main plant about 1" below the baby (keiki). Soak the keiki roots in tepid water for a couple of hours to make them pliable, pot in the smallest pot which accommodate the roots. The cut off stem will help stablize the small plant in the pot.

Brooke

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Lylbit

Thank you Brooke!

    Bookmark   July 16, 2011 at 7:58PM
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