12/11/2019 This is still my favorite #orchid since I've had it for over a year and it's been in bloom for most of that time. I've only had to clip two small offshoots of the spike. This orchid has done so great that I have coworkers asking me to rehab their poor orchids and I got to help repot ten orchids! It was the best. I hope I didn't kill them.
8/2/2019 We have a rebloom! This is my first full size orchid and it's doing the best! It's so exciting seeing it growing new buds and not having to cut away a dead spike. I can't wait for the rest of the buds to open up! #phalaenopsis
7/17/2019 This #orchid is making a come back! I hadn't cut the stems since it looked like it was still healthy and thank goodness! I noticed the sap on the ends of the three remaining spikes a couple weeks ago and decided to ignore it, though a lot said to clean it off to avoid attracting bugs. The sap has lessened and there's buds and possibly a new spike growing in from one of the nodes!
12/21/2018 I'm abandoning my #orchid for 11 days! I have a co-worker who can water her for me in a week so hopefully she can last until then. I considered bringing her with me but I worry that would be more traumatic. I'm a bit concerned about all of my plants. Hopefully my friends can keep them alive and not kill them. At least many are going into hibernation...
11/1/2018 The huge orchid from work is doing great! Our plant lady stopped by and offered me a job since I've kept it looking so great for a couple weeks now. Nice thing is she also advised me how to water it best tomorrow.
I'm not really sure which type of Moth Orchid hybrid this is but it's huge! I got it from my work and I'm pretty excited, though I'm a smidge worried for the roots. I may ask a local nursery to be sure. (I think I received this on Oct. 16, 2018.)