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Once an orchid has blossomed, displaying its beautifully exotic flowers, it will go into a dormant cycle. Some orchids have a shorter dormant cycle while others need a little longer time to recover. Orchid dormancy starts after the last flower has fallen off the flower spike and can look very different in every species. Some hardly have any signs; others look half-dead. Check out the complete article on our website. Container Gardening Vegetables, Succulents In Containers, Container Flowers, Container Plants, Vegetable Gardening, Phalaenopsis Orchid Care, Orchid Flower, Indoor Orchids, Indoor Plants
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Is my Orchid Dead or Dormant? Top 8 Questions About Dormancy

Once an orchid has blossomed, displaying its beautifully exotic flowers, it will go into a dormant cycle. Some orchids have a shorter dormant cycle while others need a little lo… 
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