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Miniature Phalaenopsis Orchids - Lots of colours to choose

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Miniature Phalaenopsis Orchid - (Mini Moth Orchids)

Stunning, quality miniature orchids, very exotic looking with lots of pretty colours to choose from.

Grown in 6cm pots our miniature Orchids are just 14-16cm tall.
The flowers are 2-4cm and look so beautiful.
Multi flowers on each stem.

Water just once a week and feed once a month & keep them warm, simple!

So easy to keep and they flower for 2-3 months at a time!

They look amazing in a fairy garden and fairies just love them too!

Caring for mini orchids is very similar to caring for standard orchid varieties.
Just like their standard-sized counterparts, mini orchids thrive in warm, humid conditions with semi-dry roots. Mini orchids tend to be a little more sensitive, however, and require less watering and less frequent fertilization.
Mini orchids, like their standard-variety cousins, also need to be re-potted every few years in order to remain healthy.



Cultivation notes:

Light
Ensure good light levels in winter, as these are essential to encourage flowering.
An east- or west-facing window would be ideal.
Move to a shadier spot in summer and protect from direct sunshine.
Occasionally wipe off the dust from the leaves with a damp cloth, as dust will block light from reaching the foliage.


Temperature​​​​​​​
Orchids grows best in a warm environment.
provide night temperatures in the range of 16-19°C (61-66°F) and day temperatures between 19-30°C (66-86°F).
Avoid draughts and fluctuating temperatures.


Flowering
Phalaenopsis produces flowers that last about two to three months (sometimes even longer) at any time of the year.
Once the flowers have faded, cut the flowering stalk back to just above the second node (joint) visible beneath the spent flowers.
A new flowering side shoot may develop.
If a plant is healthy but does not re- produce flowers in a reasonable time, then reduce the temperature by 5°C (8°F) for four weeks, and a flower spike will usually develop.

 

Watering, humidity and feeding
Water Phalaenopsis regularly throughout the growing season.
Reduce watering slightly during the winter. 
Always keep the foliage dry, taking care not to splash the leaves when watering.
Do not let the roots dry out completely, but avoid letting the plant sit in water.
Mist the plant lightly in summer.Feeding can be done once a month in the growing season but feed sparingly during the winter months.

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