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Phalaenopsis Orchid ‘Magic Art’ (Phalaenopsis hybrid)

Phalaenopsis Orchid ‘Magic Art’ (Phalaenopsis hybrid)

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4" Pot Size
12 in stock
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Phalaenopsis Orchid ‘Magic Art’ (Phalaenopsis hybrid)
‘Magic Art’ is a truly unique orchid since it’s one of the few lightly fragrant phalaenopsis orchids with a slight spicy scent. Its white blooms have splashes of light and dark pink throughout the petals and lip. ‘Magic Art’ is referred to as a “wild color” phalaenopsis. These wild colors are not stable and at times the colors will reverse. The reverse color for ‘Magic Art’ is burgundy with white petal edges. (see inset photo). You might have one spike with flowers of each color on the same plant! The spikes reach up to 20” and the flower size can be up to 4” across. The long-lasting blooms hold on the plant for 2-3 months. These plants are shipped in short spike.
Hardiness Zone 10
Bloom Season Fall, Spring
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.

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