Thanks for your note – and GREAT question. As monopodial orchids, Phals develop new growth from their crowns. Leaves climb upwards on alternating sides in a ladder-like fashion. The photo you show above is a perfect example of what this new growth should look like.
The only problem is this: Phalaenopsis orchids can sometimes sabotage themselves by growing a spike out of one specific part of the plant (which I’ll get into in a moment). But even in cases like this, you can still get your orchid to rebloom using the technique I’m about to show you today…
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