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Petite White Orchid

Often called the beginner orchid or ‘moth orchid’, the popular pet-friendly Phalaenopsis orchid is one of the easiest varieties of orchids to grow as a houseplant. Indoors, it will typically bloom about once a year, for up to three months. After a blooming cycle, the flowers will wilt and fall off. This is the orchid’s way to store up energy to re-bloom again next season. Total height including planter measures around 14" tall.

Arrives in a nursery grow pot nestled inside our ceramic planter.

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Plant Care

Light Tip

Light

Thrives in bright indirect light, but can tolerate medium indirect light. Avoid direct sun.

Water Tip

Water

Water about every week with 3-4 tablespoons of water, allowing potting medium to dry out between waterings.

Plant Tip

Plant Tip

This plant is pet-friendly! It is cat and dog safe.

Plant Bio

Often called the beginner orchid or ‘moth orchid’, the popular Phalaenopsis orchid is one of the easiest varieties of orchids to grow as a houseplant. Native to India, China, and Southeast Asia – this orchid with leafy stems and long-lasting flowers does best a bright, warm, humid spot. Indoors, the Phalaenopsis orchid will typically bloom about once a year, for up to three months. After a blooming cycle, the flowers will wilt and fall off. When this happens, don’t worry, your orchid is not dead – it’s just storing up energy to re-bloom again next season.

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Origin of Petite White Orchid

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