Orchid | Plant Care
Water: Your Orchid is almost a drought-resistant plant, just add 3 ice cubes or 1/4 cup of water once a week. After being watered, let your orchid become dry before watering again.
Light: Your Orchid will thrive in a bright spot with lots of indirect sunlight. Orchids also enjoy a few hours of low-intensity direct sunlight in the morning or in the evening. Avoid mid-day sun, when the light is intense.
When your orchid has dropped all of its blooms, you can cut back the stem to its last “node” (looks like a little elbow). This will allow the orchid to re-focus on growing leaves and roots. At this point, your orchid is still very much alive, and it is building up to grow a new stem within three to six months.