Where words fail, flowers speak. What more needs to be said when the simplicity and beauty of an orchids is being sent.
A single plant with 1-3 flowering shoots potted in a glass vase so the roots see the light of day and easy watering.
Phalaenopsis orchids should only be watered once the potting moss becomes dry to the touch. Poke a finger into the potting medium and if it’s dry give your plant some water—otherwise leave it be. Moisten the potting most but never fill your vase. Never let the water touch the plant’s leave. Orchid plants should never be left to sit in a pool of water as this drowns the roots and eventually leads to root rot. Allow the plant 10-12 hours of filtered day light.
Little Love Co, 127 Magill Road, Stepney, South Australia 5069