1. Carefully remove the rootball from the pot. Try not to damage any roots
in the process. You can carefully remove dead plant material, never just
pull it off.
Shake old compost off carefully.
2. Remove all damaged and broken pieces of root. Cut them off with a sharp knife. Take care to make a clean cut.
3. Remove damaged, rotten or dead foliage, stems or flowers.
4. If you want to split your orchid make sure to leave at least three healthy pseudobulbs together.
5. Choose an appropriate pot and fill in the potting mix around the plant. Firm well. The plant should not be rocking in the pot.
6. Water the pots only if the compost is dry.
7. Put the orchid in a shaded spot away from direct sunlight and cover with
the fleece. This will increase humidity levels around the plant
and prevent your orchid from drying out. Spray the orchid only for the
next three weeks, don't water!
8. Start watering the orchid plants again once they start growing new roots.
As promised: taking care of orchids is not rocket science. Enjoy your orchids!