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Phalaenopsis Multiflora Orchid ‘Prima Piano’ (Phalaenopsis hybrid)

Phalaenopsis Multiflora Orchid ‘Prima Piano’ (Phalaenopsis hybrid)

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$24.95
A2652-4SP

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4" Pot Size
10 in stock
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Phalaenopsis Multiflora Orchid ‘Prima Piano’ (Phalaenopsis hybrid)
One of the most popular Multiflora Phalaenopsis Orchids, ‘Prima Piano’ has white flowers accented with fuchsia pink centers and rays of pink that radiate through the petals. It has at least two flower spikes with 6-8 flowers per spike. Spikes average 12-14” tall. The long-lasting blooms last for 2-3 months. These are shipped in short spike.
Hardiness Zone 10
Bloom Season Fall, Spring, Summer
Sun Requirement Partial Sun
Grows to 12"
Minimum Temperature Indoors 50
Plant Type Easy Grower

 

Tips for Success:

• Grow in an east or west window or under lights.

• Avoid growing areas with hot noon day sun.

• Bring the moss to near dryness between waterings,
  then thoroughly saturate the moss (it’s better to under
  water a little than over water).

• To bring into flower, subject the plant to temperatures in
  the high to mid 50’s at night for a period of four weeks.
  This is most easily done in the fall.

• Fertilize only lightly and then only during the active
  growing season which is usually spring to fall.

• For long term growth, use a clay pot. Clay will ensure a
  quicker drying time for the moss and in turn will keep
  the roots healthy.


  1. Terrific Plant Review by Lenny from Boston
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    Prima Piano arrived last month as a very vigorous plant: eleven healthy leaves, three flower spikes, and a root system bursting out of the clear, plastic pot. Buds are now opening on the first flower spike. Flowers are small and elegant, white with pink centers. With more buds to bloom on the first spike, and two more spikes to go, this Phalaenopsis will be in bloom for a very long time. (Posted on 7/16/2017)