The Phalaenopsis Orchid is undeniably one of the most beautiful cut flowers and also, the most rewarding indoor plants, as it produces flowers throughout the year. The Phalaenopsis Orchid comes in many different colours and varieties; the most popular being light pink, white and hot pink. If you’re searching for a striking floral arrangement to send to someone you love or to brighten up your own home.

Our Market Flowers orchid collection stocks the perfect flowers to send to anyone throughout the UK. Orchids are widely regarded as one of the most exclusive and expensive flowers in the world so they are the prefect gift to send if you want to say “thank you”, “i love you” or “get well soon”. They are a super long-lasting flower variety so provide excellent value for money when you are sending flowers online.

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Luxury Orchid Delivery

Order cut orchids online with Bloom today for delivery across the whole of the UK. make it super easy to order flowers online and have them delivered to your door (or a loved one’s door) the very next day using the UK’s greenest courier, DPD. We offer complimentary standard delivery on every order over £100 and everything we send is packaged in fully sustainable and recyclable packaging. We are the UK’s first 100% plastic-free and sustainable online florist so you can be sure that whatever you buy is not going to hurt our planet or your pocket!

Fun Phalaenopsis Orchid Facts:

  1. Phalaenopsis Orchids’ nickname is the ‘Moth orchid’.
  2. The Phalaenopsis Orchids’ fragrance is most noticeable at sunrise.
  3. If you’ve ever got up in the morning and noticed the sweet smell of orchids, it turns out there’s actually a scientific reason for this – their sweet scent is most pronounced at sunrise.
  4. Phalaenopsis Orchids naturally grow in trees. We may be used to seeing them in pots, but interestingly, Phalaenopsis orchid plants actually grow in trees as they would rather curl their roots around the tree trunk and branches rather than burrow into the soil.
  5. Phalaenopsis orchids can get sunburnt. You’ve probably been told you shouldn’t put your orchid plant in direct sunlight; the reason is because this can actually result in sunburning your orchid! When this happens, the flower will wither, develop yellow leaves and white splotches. If you notice any of these signs, move your orchid plant immediately, keep it hydrated and ensure it rests in the shade.
  6. Phalaenopsis Orchids are native to Southeast Asia
  7. Phalaenopsis Orchids can take up to 1 year to flower. Orchids are renowned for being slower to flower. This is partly what makes them so exclusive and expensive as they take a long time to develop and cultivate.

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