Say, “Welcome Home, Baby!” with a sweet plant of white Phalaenopsis. The fresh, crisp combination of white and blue will charm the new parents, and the adorable vase is a cute keepsake that will always remind them of this special time in their lives.
H: 60 cm
Your orchid should be planted in a pot that has plenty of drainage. There should be drainage holes in the bottom of your pot to ensure any excess water drains completely. Orchids should be planted in fast-draining soil. Using moss-based or bark-based potting mix is suggested. How often you water your orchid will depend on your climate, humidity levels and potting medium. Orchids usually need to be watered every few days. When it comes to watering orchids, the most common mistake is over-watering them. Root rot is a disease that is commonly found in this variety of plant. They need a lot of light, but not direct light.
Notes: Pot might vary upon availability.