Hi, I am a bit of an accidental gardener, meaning I have no real skills but I seem to have a knack for keeping things alive. I love plants and plan to get some actual training to take my gardening to the next level, but that's for another post... Last year, my wife received an orchid as a gift from her team at work. She kept it in her office for some time and unsurprisingly, it was not doing well in an office environment. She brought it home and asked if I could bring it back to health. At the time she brought it home, there were two leaves and a single stalk on the plant. I left that stalk, although everything I read seemed to tell me to cut it off. This spring it sprouted two blossoms (yay!) and also what I believe to be a Keiki (super yay!). Here's the full plant as of today. A picture of roots that are creeping out of the pot - does this mean it's time to replant? What I believe to be a keiki. Is it ready to be potted on it's own? If so, any tips on how to do so successfully? I'm really excited about the progress of this orchid and where I may be able to take it. Any help, tips or suggestions are appreciated. It means so much to my wife that this plant has bounced back and I'm feeling pretty good about making progress with an orchid, which I'm told is not an easy thing to do. This plant wants to live and be beautiful Thanks everyone!