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Orchids are simply beautiful and simple to care for!

General care instructions for orchids:
Keep in filtered light — not too bright and not too dark. Do not place your orchids in direct sunlight. Depending on the temperature, you may have to water your orchid once to twice a week. Simply feel the moss, wood chips, or other potting mix used for moisture control and add water when excessively dry. A single, normal-sized ice cube at a time works well. We also recommend a small, drying out period in between waterings — a couple of hours to a day.

Wild orchids grow in unusual places thanks to their aerial – “air” – roots. Their roots can capture essential nutrients from flowing water, but do not like to sit in water constantly. Some wild orchids are found in high tree canopies or among rocks near running water, and their roots drip dry with the help of gravity.

To spur a second flower spike, orchids need a shock or change in climate. For an indoor plant, a change in the strength of sunlight or a switch from air conditioning to heat may cause the rise of another flower spike. For special sizing needs, please consult a member of our team to customize your order.

The Phalaenopsis is simple in its elegance and style, as well for caring for! General care instructions for orchids. Simply keep in filtered light, not to bright and not to dark. Do not place your orchids in direct sunlight. Depending on the temperature you may have to water once to twice a week. Simply feel the moss, wood chips, or other potting mix being used for moisture, it is suggested to let a small, drying out period in between watering’s(a couple of hours to a day). We recommend a single normal size ice cube a time.

In the wild orchids, are consider the extra-terrestrials of the plant world. Simply meaning they typical are not growing in the dirt that we walk on. They are found high tree canopies; atop of rocks where water runs through they’re aerial roots. Aerial roots are the technical term to say air roots. These aerial roots don’t like sitting in water and as water is running through them they grab essential nutrients. Then the orchids drip dry using gravity.

To spur a second coming of a flower spike in long term, orchids general need a shock, or change in climatic area. Indoors a change of season, the strength of sunlight, the air conditioning, or heating coming on might spur another flower spike to rise. We are known for our high standards of quality and for our satisfied customers. They are available year round while some breeds are seasonal. For special sizing, please consult one of our floral representatives for order customization.