Water the flower only after the substrate is completely dry, but don’t let the plant to remain dry for a long time. Usually, orchids are grown in transparent pots, so you can check the walls: if there is no moisture on them, it is a signal for watering. If the plant does not receive enough water, the color of the green roots becomes paler.
During waterings, pay attention not to spill the water directly on the foliage. We recommend watering from the bottom. Water used for irrigation should be soft and clean. Distilled water is also suitable. Once every 4 weeks, shower your phalaenopsis or rinse it instead.
Don’t overwater the flower as it will lead to fading color of the foliage and rotting of the growth point. If it happens, the shoot might regrow, but it can also lead to the death of the plant, so be careful.