Orchid Leaves Droopy

Droopy Orchid Leaves – Problem Solved

We run down how to deal with the common problem of droopy orchid leaves and some other similar issues…

How To Fix Wilting Orchid Leaves

Orchid leaves will wilt or droop if they lack water. This can be due to underwatering or lack of humidity.

Will Droopy Orchid Leaves Recover?

For more on on orchid care see our guides here: How To Care For An Orchid Indoors and Blue Orchids.

Droopy orchid leaves should recover as long as you meet the water and humidity requirements of the plant, and as long as the leaves have not started browning.

Should I Cut Off Droopy Orchid Leaves?

It is not necessary to cut off droopy orchid leaves unless they have gone brown. They should recover. You need to make sure you are giving it decent humidity levels and watering it well.

Orchid Leaves Turning Brown

Orchid leaves turn brown for a few reasons: due to old age, pests, lack of humidity or lack of water. If the leaf has gone brown you can cut it off as it will can take a lot of energy from the rest of the plant.

For more on on orchid care see our guides here: How To Care For An Orchid Indoors and Blue Orchids.

How To Fix Wilting Orchid Leaves

If an orchid is drooping, make sure you are meeting it’s water and humidity requirements, and it should be fixed in no time. They want to be watered if the top half of the medium is dry and they do best in 50%-70 humidity.

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