Orchids how to grow them in water without roots: this way they will recover immediately

Is it possible to grow an orchid without roots? Here is the method you need to follow to revive it and make it bloom again. Under no circumstances should you throw it away.

The orchid is a plant that does not require much care and is often found as an ornamental plant in homes. However, some caution is certainly required, otherwise our orchid will die and it will not be easy to get it back. Commit to following the little secrets you need to have a healthy and blooming orchid.

First of all, the location, temperature and sunlight are very important. It is therefore advisable to place the orchid in a place in the house where there are no drafts or radiators. Then we recommend a temperature around 20°C and finally a non-direct light in the sun.
Then watering is also very important, the plant must always be moist, not dry and not full of water. If these small steps are not followed, the plant can suffer consequences, flowers that fall, leaves that turn yellow and rotten roots that need to be cut beyond repair. We will look at the latter case, that is, growing an orchid without roots.

Here's what you need to do if you have a rootless orchid
If you have an orchid with rotten roots, it is better to cut them off than to leave them there. To do this, you must first remove the orchid from the pot and cut off any rotten roots with scissors. If you need to remove them all, don't worry and do it. There is actually a way to regrow completely healthy roots, and now we'll see it.