What are the characteristics of the Phalaenopsis revenge male god?

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The Phalaenopsis "Revenge Male God", the origin of its name mostly comes from a kind of shiny and deep feeling on its petals.

Specifically, Revenge Male God is a relatively small type of Phalaenopsis, which doesn't take up much space. After the flowers bloom, they are blackish-red waxy flowers. There are pairs of eyes standing on both sides of the petals, which are probably mutated. The name of Revenge Male God might also be given because of the opposing eyes. The size of its flowers is about 5 centimeters. The pedicels and leaves are not too big, about the size and length of a finger. In addition, when more than 9 flowers bloom, you can smell a light fragrance of powder, but note that if only 1-2 flowers bloom, you can't smell the fragrance at all because its fragrance is very light. If you pursue a rich fragrance, then be cautious when buying it.

Then, how to maintain the growth vitality of Phalaenopsis in daily maintenance? Let's talk below about how to give Phalaenopsis a stable home. Many flower enthusiasts want to replace with a nice flowerpot immediately after buying flower seedlings or potted plants, but in fact, when maintaining Phalaenopsis, the frequency of pot changing should be minimized.

Although changing the pot for Phalaenopsis can create a larger growth space for it on the one hand, on the other hand, it also causes irreparable damage to its root system. The various reasons are that its root system likes to grow in a medium with good ventilation, strong drainage and rich organic matter, rather than soil. If the damage occurs, it will cause a situation where it cannot bloom due to environmental changes. Therefore, when maintaining Phalaenopsis, we need to learn to "make less trouble" and give it a stable home.

Generally speaking, when can we consider changing the pot? Although reducing the frequency of pot changing is beneficial to the growth of Phalaenopsis, it doesn't mean that there is no need to change the pot at all. During maintenance, if it is found that the root system of Phalaenopsis has filled the entire flowerpot, or the substrate is aging, rotten, etc., then consider changing the pot. When changing the pot, it is also necessary to carefully maintain the integrity of the original root system to avoid damage, and add an appropriate amount of fertilizer to the new cultivation substrate to provide nutrients.

In general, although Phalaenopsis can change the pot, in order to protect its fragile root system and maintain a stable growth environment, we should minimize unnecessary pot changing operations, and generally do it once every 1-2 years or longer.

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