Not going to bloom: which plants should not be placed next to orchids
For an orchid to bloom regularly, you need to make a considerable effort and create the right conditions for it. This houseplant is very particular about lighting, humidity, and temperature changes.
Sometimes, even with the use of budding methods, the orchid does not respond to any attempts. Read about which plants should not be placed next to an orchid in the OBOZREVATEL article.
An orchid is a very specific plant, and it will bloom only if it is properly cared for. Do not forget about the environment. An orchid will not be able to grow and develop normally next to some plants.
If you notice that your orchid has dropped its leaves and started to dry out, it may be due to the wrong neighborhood. Agave, araucaria, and pepper plants will negatively affect the orchid. You can resort to all the folk remedies and buy expensive fertilizers, but the orchid will not bloom next to these representatives of the flora.
So get the flower away from cacti, apple trees, and pears. The right neighborhood is one of the keys to long and regular flowering.
It is also important that the temperature in which the orchid grows does not fall below +16°C. To awaken the buds, experts advise increasing the humidity level. You should spray the plant regularly, but monitor the quality and condition of the substrate. Experts suggest sometimes arranging a "contrast shower " for the orchid or slightly lowering the transparent pot into a container of water.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL said that the orchid is very fond of citrus fertilizers. It is very easy to prepare orange fertilizer.