Mister Phalaenopsis in better times
The view to the right of Mister Phalaenopsis
The view to the left of Mister Phalaenopsis
The view to the front of Mister Phalaenopsis
(couch has been moved since this picture to below mirror)
(2) Regarding the leaves turning yellow, why are they turning yellow if the plant is receiving the appropriate amount of light? Or am I wrong about the appropriate amount of light? (See picture of plant in better times in its current location in the living room--I've since pulled the shades around it down. Is that medium indirect light?)
(3) I'm also worried I'm over or underwatering. See the size of the pot above. I've been feeling beneath the moss at the base of the plant to check the moisture of the soil and watering about once a week, usually on Fridays with the rest of my plants, tepid water, about a coffee mug. Is that too much or too little? How much would you water an orchid of that size?
The instructions said when the last flowers drop off to cut off the stems halfway up, at an angle, between nodules, and hope for them to regrow and rebloom. I did that. But I'm still worried about the leaves at the base of the plant. Any recommendations? Thanks so much for your input! I am very much at a loss.