Phalaenopsis Orchid Centerpiece (3356)

$240.00 incl. GST
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Pot Size APPROXIMATELY 50cm(W) x 48cm(H) x 75cm(Overall Height)

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  1. The actual plant/color tone may differ as each pot has its own unique natural look and although look identical but never 100% similar to the image pictured here.
  2. The product's Pot, Decorations, and Orchid Color may be substituted with other variations subject to seasonal or stock availability, without prior notice.
  3. Overall Height measured from the bottom of the pot to the tallest point of the plant vertically.


  • A beautiful Phalaenopsis Orchid Centerpiece for any occasion.
  • Perfect to highlight and brighten up your indoor area.
  • Phalaenopsis which is called the beginner's orchid is known for its ability to withstand different conditions due to its toughness.
  • It is a popular type of orchid flower in Singapore that is easy to care for.
  • So if you are planning to have a houseplant that will not give you stress then you can consider taking care of Phalaenopsis.
  • They are easily grown in the home and stay in bloom for a very long time.
  • A mature one will be in bloom much of the year with graceful inflorescences loaded with good-sized blooms.
  • They do very well as houseplants and will grow and flower in a moderately bright windowsill.


  • Instead of regular soil, they need potting material that mimics a host tree or comes from a tree, such as ground fir tree bark, redwood bark chips, or Monterey pine bark chips.
  • You can also buy a commercial potting mix that is made special for orchids.
  • No matter the potting media you use, make sure there is plenty of air circulation for the rooting system.


  • During the growing season, fertilize with a weak orchid fertilizer weekly.
  • Cut fertilizer back to once a month during the winter and flowering season.
  • Some growers like to give the plant a boost of blooming fertilizer in September or October to provoke a flower spike.


  • Good light is required for phalaenopsis but they can experience absolutely no direct sunlight, or the leaves will scorch.
  • Rotate the plant from time to time to keep growth equal.
  • It can tolerate low light and will thrive in an east window, or a shaded southerly or westerly exposure.
  • Also, they will do well under common grow lights positioned about a foot from the plant.
  • A well-grown plant will have darker green leaves on top and streaks of red or burgundy on the undersides.


  • Phalaenopsis is a monopodial orchid, which means that it grows from a single stem.
  • It does not have the large water-storing pseudobulbs found on sympodial orchids, although its leaves can store some water.
  • Thus, this plant has a lower tolerance for drought.
  • During the growing season, water the plant weekly or whenever its exposed roots turn silvery white.
  • Water them in the morning and try to keep the potting media slightly damp.
  • During the flowering season, you can cut the water back to every other week.
  • Water should never be allowed to rest around the stem of the plant.
  • This will cause the new leaves to rot, and the plant will die.


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