Phalaenopsis orchid violet

phalaenopsis orchid flowering

Phalaenopsis orchid violet has a scientific name phalaenopsis violacea. This species bears small star-shaped, fragrant, rich purple flowers. Sometimes the edges of the petals are green. The plant is native to the Andaman Islands, the Nicobar Islands and northwestern Sumatra.

Beginners won’t know how to care for this species. So you’d better purchase this plant if you are an advanced gardener. Phalaenopsis orchid photo violet is a demanding plant. It requires more stable growing conditions than other species. It must be grown in loose, bark mix. The species requires a lot of light and steady humid environment. If happy, the plant can blossom up to 3 times a year.

If you are willing to decorate your house with the plant but you don’t have a green thumb, don’t give up. I’ve been to Thailand and at my friend’s place for the first time I have seen an artificial silk plant. It was a replica of a natural one and looked gorgeous. When I came back home I purchased one. It brightened up and freshened my house.