Phalaenopsis Orchid Plant

Also known as the Moth Orchid, this is a lovely quality indoor Phalaenopsis plant. Nicely presented by our florists in a ceramic pot and delivered with a pretty bow and gift card. The Orchid is generally white but colour and pot may vary depending on availability. Height is min. 55cm.  For Essex and UK delivery.

The Phalaenopsis Orchid Plant is a stunning and elegant gift that will brighten up any room. With its delicate blooms and graceful stems, this plant is perfect for any occasion, whether it's a birthday, anniversary, or just to say thank you. It comes in a stylish pot and is easy to care for, making it a great gift for anyone who loves plants but doesn't have a green thumb.

- Beautiful and elegant blooms
- Easy to care for
- Comes in a stylish pot
- Long-lasting

- Adds a touch of elegance to any room
- Makes a great gift for any occasion
- Easy to care for, even for those without a green thumb
- Long-lasting, providing enjoyment for weeks or even months

An east-facing window that gets morning light is ideal. South- or west-facing windows work, too, but be sure your orchid is shielded from the brightest (and harshest) afternoon sun with a sheer curtain. Phalaenopsis are happy in the same temps we are: above 60º at night and between 70º and 80º during the day. Remember temperatures on a windowsill are colder or hotter than the rest of your house, and fluctuating temperatures can cause buds to drop off right before they open Water Phalaenopsis regularly throughout the growing season. Reduce watering slightly during the winter. Always keep the foliage dry, taking care not to splash the leaves when watering. Do not let the roots dry out completely, but avoid letting the plant sit in water. Mist the plant lightly in summer.

Feeding can be done regularly in the growing season – almost every time you water – but plants do need the occasional 'flushing out'. So, apply proprietary liquid orchid fertiliser with three wateriness, but use only plain water (with no fertiliser) every fourth watering to ensure that any potentially harmful accumulations of salts are leached from the compost. Feed sparingly during the winter months.