1: Pruning orchids increases air circulation, promoting healthier growth and more blooms.

2: Remove dead flowers and yellowing leaves to redirect energy into new growth.

3: Cut back stems to the base to encourage new blooms and prevent diseases.

4: Use sterilized tools to prevent the spread of pathogens while pruning orchids.

5: Prune after blooming to shape the plant and stimulate new growth.

6: Trim roots during repotting to keep orchids healthy and blooming.

7: Avoid over-pruning to prevent stress on the plant and inhibit blooming.

8: Consult care instructions for specific orchid varieties before pruning.

9: Regular pruning of orchids leads to more vibrant blooms and a healthier plant overall.