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Phalaenopsis Cream - Plant

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Phalaenopsis do very well as houseplants and will grow and flower in a moderately bright windowsill.
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Plant height : 2 feet (+/- 20%)
The plant is potted in 6 inch plastic Pot
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Description for Phalaenopsis Cream

Phalaenopsis is one of the most popular orchids in the trade, through the development of many artificial hybrids.

Common name Flower colours Bloom time Height Difficulty
Moth Orchid Cream Late winter through the spring 15cm to 1m (6in to 3ft) Easy

Planting and care

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Prefer dappled light (an east or west facing windowsill behind a net curtain is ideal). They should be potted in a more typical houseplant mix that holds some moisture but still drains well. Do not let the soil dry out. Water Phalaenopsis regularly throughout the growing season. Reduce watering slightly during the winter. Night temperatures in the range of 16-19 degrees C (61-66 degrees F) and day temperatures between 19-30 degrees C (66-86 degrees F) Give a quarter strength fertiliser once a month.

Caring for Phalaenopsis Cream

    Too much bright light can burn the leaves and turn the plants yellowish while too little will result in plants with soft leaves that don t flower. Repot after flowering. Don t over pot; wash the old compost from the roots before working the new compost gently and firmly around the roots.

Typical uses of Phalaenopsis Cream

Special features:

Ornamental use: They are one of the most popular indoor orchids.

References

  • http://www.orchid.org.uk/phalcult.htm
  • http://www.extension.umn.edu/garden/yard-garden/houseplants/easy-orchids-to-grow-as-houseplants/
  • https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?pid=388

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