What a picture the Peach Orchid is! Because of its wonderful peach colour, the Peach Orchid will look fantastic in any room. When you take this houseplant into your home, you immediately bring spring inside. The Peach Orchid is a Phalaenopsis, which is why it is also called the Butterfly Orchid. Originally, this flowering houseplant comes from the rainforests of Asia, New Guinea and Australia. You might think that this tropical houseplant needs a lot of care, but nothing is less true.
Care & tips Peach orchid (Phalaenopsis) - 70cm
The Peach Orchid is an easy houseplant to take care of. Once the Peach Orchid has been placed in the right spot, it will not take much of your attention! With the right conditions you can enjoy this tropical houseplant for years.
Water requirements Peach orchid (Phalaenopsis) - 70cm
You might expect that this houseplant needs a lot of water because of its beautiful flowers, but this is not the case. Keep in mind that the soil in which the Peach Orchid stands should always be slightly moist. However, watering the orchid is slightly different than what you are used to. We advise you to pour the water only on the soil and never on the plant itself. It's even better to take the Peach Orchid out of the pot and put the entire root ball in the water for a few minutes. This way the roots of this houseplant can absorb the water well and there will never be a layer of water in the pot. Make sure the clod is drained well, otherwise root rot may occur.
Light requirements Peach orchid (Phalaenopsis) - 70cm
As mentioned before, you can enjoy this houseplant for years, provided that it has the right care and therefore the right location. The Peach Orchid likes a place with a lot of light but no direct sunlight. Direct sunlight is too bright and can burn the leaves of this houseplant. Also make sure that you keep this houseplant away from heating and don't put it in a draught. These two factors increase the risk of pests.
Is the Peach Orchid (Phalaenopsis) - 70cm a poisonous houseplant?
The Peach Orchid is absolutely not a poisonous houseplant, in fact it is a very animal-friendly houseplant. So you don't have to worry about the location of this houseplant.
Flowering of the Peach Orchid (Phalaenopsis) - 70cm
The Peach Orchid is a Phalaenopsis, which means that this houseplant can flower up to 3 times a year and the flowering time is 2 to 6 months. In short, you will have beautiful flowers in your home all year round! You do not have to cut off the stems of the Peach Orchid to get a new flowering. If the stems become too long, you can cut them off and put the flowers in a vase.
How will my Peach Orchid (Phalaenopsis) - 70cm be delivered?
This trendy houseplant will be sent in a pot. All our houseplants are sent in specially designed boxes. Because of the unique interior of the boxes, the houseplants stand firm in the box and cannot move. Houseplants don't mind being in a dark box for a day. This way, we make sure that your green friends are delivered to your home in tip-top shape.