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Fuchsia Mini Phalaenopsis Orchid

Regular price $35.00

Orchids are the reigning flowers of the tropics.  Their classic appeal will never got out of style which is why so many homes incorporate them into the design. Unfortunately many people find that they just cant manage to keep the live plants alive for one reason or another.

Our premium quality faux orchid stems look so much like the real plant that no one will know they aren't real! Wire armature in the stems allow the plants to be shaped,  producing the most lifelike appearance. This fairy orchid plant is named such for its tiny fairy-like blooms which are about the size of a quarter. The double stems are bound to a set of leaves and two long root strands. These fairy orchids look great on their own but even better as a large group cluster.

  • Mini fairy-like 1.25"orchid blooms
  • 14" from end to end
  • Leaf set included
  • 2 long realistic root pieces
  • Branching form

We also offer custom orchid arrangements that are made to order, after a brief consultation your arrangement can be on its way to your door! Simply reach out to us using the contact form and one of our in house designers will be happy to help!

*If you're more of a do-it-yourselfer we've got some tips for you:

  1. Fill your selected container with styrofoam.
  2. Glue preserved moss over top the styrofoam, covering it completely.
  3. Decide where to arrange the orchid plants, then push the orchid set through the moss into the foam in the desired locations. Be sure to push it so that the metal spike under the leaves will completely sink below the moss line.
  4. Add a metal or bamboo stake for support and secure the orchid to the stake with a moss wrapped wire or raffia tie.
  5. Pay attention to where your faux orchid arrangement will live, if it gets viewed from all sides make sure an orchid will face each direction. If it will go against a wall then make sure an orchid stem will go in three directions.