This orchid is originally from central and southern Europe and is very suitable outdoors with dry growing conditions. The pink flowers are about 4-5″ in diameter each and you can expect each stem to have around 12-14 flowers. You'll get bright green, papery, standing foliage and small pink or pink and purple flowers that grow up to an inch and a half in length. You can easily place these cut orchids in a vase.
Rating 4.1 (3) This 16-30-inch, 2-3 inch wide pink phalaenopsis orchid plant blooms 75 to 80 percent.
Are there real pink orchids?
With over 25,000 species spanning 880 genera around the globe, the stunning orchid is an abundant one. Dark pink can be sexy, pastel pink can be innocent, while a pink blush can be dreamy and fairytale. In the 1800s and 1900s, it and other orchids were widely used as a substitute for European plant valerian for soothing properties. The species name acaule is Latin and means fewer stems, which refers to the leafless flower stem of the plant.
But what about the artificially colored phalaenopsis orchids? I'd say they're NOT safe to consume, and the problem isn't the plant. Orchids themselves are unique flowers in that they are often overshadowed by the popular red rose, pink tulip or white lily.
How to care for a pink orchid?
It is a very thorough guide that would prove helpful for anyone looking for more detailed care instructions for growing orchids. If your orchid comes in a pot that doesn't have this feature, you'll need to repot it into a pot that does. There should be drain holes at the bottom of your pot to ensure that excess water drains away completely. Here are the main requirements for proper orchid care. Avoid excessive watering as it can cause root rot.
Plant Care Today has a comprehensive article on Phalaenopsis care, an easy orchid care for beginners.