Separation and Root Preparation:
To propagate Dendro orchids efficiently, start by separating dry plants. Cut off all damaged and dry roots, leaving a clean base for the propagation process. Utilize potatoes, rich in essential vitamins and minerals like Calcium, Potassium, Phosphorus, and Magnesium. Create a solution by combining 20g of potatoes with 200ml of water. Soak the dried roots in this potato water for 30 minutes. The nutrients in the potato juice stimulate rapid plant growth. After soaking, allow the roots to dry naturally by wrapping them in paper. Place the wrapped roots in a plastic cup and leave them in a cool, ventilated space for three days.

Coconut Shell Cultivation for Moisture Retention:
Coconut shells prove beneficial in facilitating orchid growth. Set up the cultivation by placing the dried plant in a coconut shell within a plastic cup. Add a small amount of water to the coconut shell, ensuring the roots remain moist. Regularly monitor the water level, replenishing when necessary, and replace with clean water to maintain a conducive environment. Cover the setup with small plastic bags to prevent water evaporation. This method harnesses the antibacterial properties of tannin present in coconut shells, fostering rapid root development in orchids.

Successful Propagation Results:
After 45 days, observe the remarkable results as small trees begin to grow. This method offers a straightforward approach to propagating small trees from previously dried ones. The tannin-rich coconut shells act as excellent antiseptic antibacterial agents, promoting robust root growth in orchids. The nutrients for the small plants are derived from the stems, emphasizing the importance of allowing the roots to grow sufficiently before separation. Patience is key as you await long and well-developed roots, ensuring a successful separation and subsequent planting in different pots.

Potting for Continued Growth:
Once the orchid plant demonstrates strength with good roots, proceed to separate and plant it in a pot with various planting materials. This step marks the continuation of the orchid’s growth journey. The propagated orchid, now well-established, can be nurtured further in a dedicated pot. This straightforward method offers a practical way to multiply orchids, making the most of natural elements like potatoes and coconut shells to ensure the health and vitality of these beautiful flowering plants.