Our wholesaler of flowers and plants is always selecting only the best growers for our webshop. That is why we only have the most excellent growers in our range. Today we would like to introduce you to Nursery Phalaenova
The best quality, the widest range! That is nursery Phalaenova. They grow top quality Phalaenopsis. Not only because they have a lot of knowledge about the product, but also because their team consists of committed employees, who continuously raise the bar. Day in day out.
Their constant search for new varieties and their development has resulted in them being able to offer more than 100 varieties of Phalaenopsis annually and more than 30 varieties each week.
No Phalaenopsis grower in Europe grows as many varieties and colors as Phalaenova. More than 100! And that number is growing every year, step by step. Due to the wide range, they are able to respond throughout the year to the different color and type requirements of consumers from all parts of Europe. This applies to the traditional Phalaenopsis, but also to the table orchids of Phalaenova.
Roobos wholesale for flowers and plants: the most beautiful Phalaenopsis from Phalaenova
The Phalaenopsis belongs to the orchid family. The orchid is extremely popular and one of the best-selling plants by orchid nurseries in the Netherlands. There are many types of orchids all over the world. The best known species are:
Phalaenopsis: This orchid is extremely popular for its beautiful flowers, long flowering time and ease of care. They also give several flowers per year.
Oncidium: This strain is known for its tiger print on its flowers. This orchid also has much smaller flowers on a branch.
Vanda: The Vanda does not grow in the ground, but clings its aerial roots firmly to tree bark. Because the Vanda needs a lot of time to grow, this is one of the more expensive varieties
Orchids prefer a humid environment and a lot of heat. It is best to give the orchid rainwater. This is due to the lime and chlorine in our drinking water. Make sure to let it drain, because the orchid can not tolerate it if the root ball remains wet
Repot the orchid every 3 to 4 years. Special orchids are available for this. This consists of wood bark and peat. When transplanting, remove bad or rotten roots.
When the orchid has finished blooming, cut off the finished branch. By cutting this, new shoots will be made again. Once the branches have grown, beautiful buds will appear again. And nursery Phalaenova has the most beautiful!
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