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Why do orchid leaves dry up?

Published: 2024-07-23 Author: mysheen
Last Updated: 2024/07/23, Why do orchid leaves dry up?

Orchid is one of the gentlemen of the four flowers, deeply loved by outsiders in ancient and modern times, many people like to plant orchids in their own homes, and sometimes find that the leaves of orchids at home have dried up, so why do the leaves of orchids dry up?

(1) whether it is overwatered or not. Although orchids like a humid environment, they must not water too much to cause rotten roots and withered leaves.

(2) whether there is less fertilizer or excessive fertilization. Less fertilizer will make orchids malnourished and withered leaves; excessive fertilization will burn seedlings and withered leaves.

(3) whether there is too much light. Orchids are flowers that like yin and fear yang.

(4) whether the humidity is too low. The humidity requirement for orchids should be kept between 60-80%. Too dry will lead to withered leaves.

(5) whether the temperature is low. Orchids are suitable for living in a warm environment. Low temperature or cold can lead to the withered leaves of orchids.

(6) whether or not they suffer from diseases or pests. All these will lead to the withered leaves of orchids.

(7) whether to change the basin and soil in time! Generally speaking, orchids need to change pots and soil once in 2-3 years.

(8) whether there is air pollution in the environment where orchids are cultivated. Orchid is one of the indicative flowers of air pollution. Very sensitive to air pollution. For example, it is very sensitive to oil fumes, soot, paint, air fresheners, chemical synthesis agents, sand worms, etc. The slightest carelessness will lead to the withered leaves and even death of orchids.

Orchids are very demanding plants, so we must take good care of them when planting orchids. I hope the editor's article will be helpful to you.

 
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