Repotting Phalaenopsis Orchid in clear plastic pot – The last of the clay pots

Today we start taking care of my Phalaenopsis orchids which are currently suffering from a lot of dehydration.
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Since orchids grow all the time, their watering demands increase as well. I have reached a point where it became very hard for me to stay on top with their demands in clay pots, since evaporation is constant in these pots.

The solution is the plastic pot, which still retain water inside and limits excessive evaporation. Downside is.. repottings have become a bit boring :)))

Fixing a broken flower spike https://youtu.be/59hQomcnODw
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