Phalaenopsis are ‘low’ light orchids and a phal's leaves should be olive green. If they are darker it means the plant is not getting enough light. Once the plant is in bloom you can place it anywhere in your home out of direct sunlight. Long lasting and elegant variety for any occasion.
Sunlight: Place in bright cool area.
Water: Pour evenly 300ml of water once every 10 days and it is best to water in the morning. Do not spray or mist the petals.
Fertiliser: Use a balanced orchid fertilizer to fertilize your orchid once every other week or at least once a month only after its blooms have dropped. Once a month, use clear water to flush any accumulated salts from the potting mix.
* Product photo is for reference only. If matching pot is unavailable, we will provide an appropriate replacement in terms of design and value.
* Kindly take note when you're purchasing matching pot, the diameter has to be larger than the rootball size.