It's now in bark (which I prefer to sphagnum for plants which don't like being constantly moist).I think I can save it with some TLC...
Anyway, some pictures. As I had wet hands, I didn't actually take any of the sad looking roots or re-potting process, but we have (happily) some flowers to look at... Amazing to think that such a sad plant will still happily bloom and put on a fairly good show - I guess it's a last ditch effort to pass on some genes!
|The sad orchid at the back left, |
and the double spike one I wrote about previously in front