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I would say about once a week, they don’t need as much water as a lot of plants out there. You can also search it up if you need more information.
@user12088126 ok thank you as I live in a hot country will I have to water them more or not
I’m not very sure. I would water them one a week and if you see any difference that should answer the question.
I used 2 or 3 ice cubes every other day with mine
In summer, you need to water 1-3 times a week, and in winter 1-2 times a month
With Orchids, if it is humid where you live, you may not need to water them much at all. If you need to water, water from the bottom with about a tablespoon of water once a week. Mine sits in a windowsill over the sink and pulls enough water from the steam of hot water from rinsing dishes etc. In their natural habitat they grow on tree tops in tropical forests with their roots exposed so they pull moisture from the air. They are prone to rot if you overwater.
@Spacegirl07 this is a terrible idea
Watering depends on your environment. Read up the information on firstrays.com