These plants produce multiple blooms that can last for up to 8 weeks, and are often bred to be used as cut flowers.View Profile
The Phalaenopsis or ‘Moth Orchid’ is the most common orchid due to its ease of production and the availability of blooming plants year-round. They come in a wide variety of colors including white, pink, lavender and yellow in both solid colors and mixes of stripes and spots.View Profile
The Vanda orchid has a wild, vibrant appearance. The genus is highly prized in horticulture for its showy, fragrant, long lasting, and intensely colourful flowers.View Profile
The Japanese Phalaenopsis orchid is a beautiful plant with large white blooms. It is one of the most popular varieties of white orchids today.View Profile
Paphiopedilum Slipper Orchid
The Paphiopedilum, often called the Venus slipper, grows in robust shoots with many leaves.View Profile
The Cymbidium Orchid symbolizes virtue and morality and, traditionally, the gift of a cymbidium orchid is considered the gift of respect and friendship.View Profile
The typical Cattaleya orchid flower has three rather narrow sepals. Two petals are similar to each other, and the third is shaped like a lip. It is an eye-catching shape.View Profile
The Miltonia Orchid, sometimes called the Pansy Orchid, comes in many colours, but is known most for its memorable shape.View Profile
Vuylstekeara Cambria Plush
Cambria orchids flower in variety of colours and shapes. They display magnificent colours and make a stunning impression on the viewer.View Profile
We offer help and advice for many types of indoor and outdoor plants.
For further professional advice, bring your plants to our shop for a free check up, or arrange for a private appointment at your home.
With many years of hands on experience in plant care, we can provide you with expert tips and support on how to best nurture your greenery.
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