Q. My moth orchid isn't thriving. Can you help?
You can wait to repot once your orchid flower fades. Cut the flowering stem back as close to where it originates with a clean cutting tool, but be careful to not injure leaves. Repotting instructions below:
More help from our libguides, includes video on how to repot below, plus other information:
P.S. Not sure what the growth is, could be an air root, which is left to wander about, or if a new flowering stem is growing, stems will be very green in appearance, once long secure with a thin bamboo stake and tie.
Hope this helps.
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