1. Soil requirements Ball orchids are suitable for indoor cultivation. Potting soil can be mixed with garden soil, rotten leaf soil, and sand at a ratio of 2: 2: 1, and drainage needs to be good. 2.Lighting requirements The amount of light will affect the brightness of the ball orchid. If you want a colorful and long flowering period, it is best to place the ball orchid in the brightest place in the room, but avoid direct sunlight to avoid burning the leaves. Pot plants should be placed in the sunny place, avoiding direct sunlight. The room can be placed not far from the south window, which can keep the leaves green and bright, and flower well. 3. Temperature requirements Sexual preference is warm and humid, and the suitable temperature for childbearing is 18 ～ 28 ℃. After mid-October, the temperature should be 10 to 14 ° C, and it should be kept in a dry and sunny place for wintering. The minimum temperature for wintering is 7 ° C. If it is lower than 5 ℃, it is vulnerable to cold damage, causing fallen leaves and even death of the entire plant.