The pet-friendly Phalaenopsis is one of the easiest varieties of orchids to grow as a houseplant.

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Choosing the Phalaenopsis Orchid Keeps Lovely Blooms in Your Home

If you are looking for a live houseplant that adds drama to your home, an orchid will do it. Homeowners new to orchids can start with the Phalaenopsis orchid, an arching bloom that shows its flowers for months. This species is relatively easy to care for and can grow up to 36 inches tall.

Beautiful blooming orchids are tropical plants that succeed in homes worldwide. They need minimal light, humid conditions, and airflow. They do not do well in direct sunlight, as their delicate leaves scorch easily. Most orchids require host plants, but those in pots do well with a potting mix that contains tree bark.

Our orchids for sale coordinate with all decor styles. They also make lovely plants you can appreciate for years to come. Like other blooming flowers, orchids add positivity to a room, making people feel warm and welcome.