How to train Phalaenopsis Orchid flower spikes (Very detailed tutorial)

Today we talk about Phalaenopsis orchids and how to obtain a great flower display easily, every time!
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Phalaenopsis orchids are some if the easiest orchids to grow and their flowers last a long time! Moreover their flower spikes can be trained into various shapes, so the display can be even more attractive! One if my favorites is the cascade display, learn more here

Flower spikes grow towards the light source, so a good technique is to arrange the orchid in regards to the light as the spike grows, or use a lamp to shape the spike.

Flower stakes are very useful too, especially if we don’t use a lamp, or the orchid has heavy flowers.

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If you are new to orchids, here are some helpful tutorials about Phalaenopsis:

How to care about Phalaenopsis

How to rebloom Phalaenopsis

How to water Phalaenopsis

How to tell a flower spike from a root

How to cut a Phalaenopsis flower spike

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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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LECA – Pokon or IKEA
Paph and Phrag Imperial Orchid Mix
Oncidium Imperial Orchid Mix
Sphagnum Moss – Spagmoss from Besgrow

Fertilizer and suppliments:
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

LED shop pannels from Leroy Merlin, 4000k
Tertial lamps from IKEA
Orvibo WiFi Smart Plugs

Shelf units:
Shirley’s Simple Shelving
Lerberg and Mulig from IKEA
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