Most orchids are air plants, so this means you will see their roots. It’s crucial you don’t over water your growing orchids. Their root systems and the pseudbulbs are very resourceful in storing water. So letting the soil dry out before watering is a good thing.
It’s important not to put your growing orchids in direct sunlight. They have sensitive skin and will definitely burn. Placing them by a well lit window area that receives a few hours of sun or bright light a day is the perfect spot for your growing orchids.
Keeping the temperature and humidity right is a central part of life for growing orchids. Most growing orchids do extremely well at room temperature.
The less you re-pot growing orchids the better. It may be necessary every so often, so try to re-pot them after their resting period and they’ve started growing again.