Orchids, with their tropical origins, thrive in warm and humid conditions, making regular watering crucial, especially during their growth phase. If neglected, an orchid can dry out, leading to fallen petals and gray roots. But don't worry if you've forgotten to water your orchid and it's started to dry – there's still hope for rejuvenation! Let's explore how to bring a wilted orchid back to life.

1. Prune the Stem:
When an orchid dehydrates, its flowers drop, and the stems dry. Start by removing the wilted flowers to give the plant a rest. Pruning is essential to encourage reflowering in a dry orchid. Count two buds from the plant's base and cut the dried stem about 1 cm above the third bud. This step stimulates new growth.

2. Care for the Roots:

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