Orchid Duo

Orchid Duo


Two bright colourful orchids. The perfect pick me up gift for a friend or to add a pop of colour to your home.

Care needs: Low Maintenance PlantsPet-friendly: YesLight level: Bright Light

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Two brightly coloured orchids in matching concrete pots, guaranteed to make you smile.

Two beautiful bright phalaenopsis orchids in our concrete pots is a lovely gift or self-gift! These orchids are long las ting and will look great in your home. Orchids perform best in a light spot in your home and do not like to be sat in water.

We'd recommend pushing the moss to the side and putting a few tablespoons of water into the growing pot approximately every fortnight. With the correct care and nurturing, your orchid should give you several weeks of bright beautiful blooms. Once all the blooms have faded, cut stem to 10-12cm above leaves and it should re-flower. These orchids potted inconcrete grey ceramics will add colour to any space in your home.

I'm not just pretty, I am pet friendly too!

Please note that as this is a natural plant, the colour of Orchid may vary from the photo.


Water infrequently. Very lightly (20-30ml of water) every 10-14 days. The Moss can be kept looking fresh with a spraying of water or can be run under the tap, but allowing the water to drain away to ensure the plant never sits in water.

Once all the flowers have fallen off, the plant can be cut to 10-12cm above the pot and with a bit of patience and love, this plant with come back time and time again.

Read our plant care guide, to help keep your Orchid looking fresh.

Orchid Care Guide

The beautiful and ornate orchid is a stunning addition to any home. Our orchids come with a small number of flowers in bloom, so you can enjoy the theatre of watching the remaining buds open.

Read guide
  • I was lucky enough to be given this orchid duo at Christmas. Both plants were in flower but also had plenty of buds. One of the plants flowered until late March and I have cut it back as advised in the hope that it will flower for me again. The second plant is still, five months later, full of beautiful flowers and looks amazing. I am delighted and very impressed, I have never managed to keep an orchid in flower for so long before.

    Mrs joanna f 3 years ago

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