How to make an orchid live without soil? How to keep it in a glass vase?


Guide to Growing Orchids in Water:

If you're intrigued by the idea of growing orchids in water, follow these steps:


Begin by removing the orchid from its pot.

Eliminate moss and bark particles.

Detangle the roots gently and rinse them.

With sterilized shears, prune any discolored or rotten parts.


Place your orchid in a container with water. Some hydroponic enthusiasts prefer to add clay pebbles at the bottom for root support and to elevate the plant crown. This can prevent root rot.

Others keep their orchids submerged, changing the water bi-weekly, or opt for periodic soaking - immersing the orchid for a few days, then letting it dry.

Regular monitoring is key. Observe your orchid's health and adjust care accordingly.

Caring for Your Water-Grown Orchid:

Growing an orchid in a glass vase or container is straightforward:

Ensure the orchid roots are submerged in about 3 centimeters of water. Let it sit for a week. By the end, the water should be nearly depleted.

Replenish with another 3-centimeter layer of water. Be wary of overwatering, which can lead to root rot.

If the water depletes in under a week, delay the next watering.

Ensure the orchid's central spongy part (or cap) doesn't touch the water.

While orchids love light, avoid direct sunlight. It can scorch their flowers and leaves.

In conclusion, water-grown orchids can be a stunning addition to your home. Their care is different from traditional methods, but with observation and love, they can flourish and beautify your space for a long time.