PHALAENOPSIS Potted plant, Orchid/2-stem assorted species plants,


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Plants can boost your well-being and make the home feel more vibrant. This plant blooms several times per year if you are nice to it. In nature, it hangs on trees and uses air roots to get nutrients.

Article Number004.937.14

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Decorate your home with plants combined with a plant pot to suit your style.

Article Number004.937.14
  • Native to Asia.

    Sensitive to draught.

    This plant is sensitive to over-watering. Too much water in the pot can restrict the oxygen flow to the roots, causing damage to the plant.

    Give your plants a boost with fertilizer every month. If you notice that the plant has gone dormant, leave it be until next season.

    IKEA provides all potted plants with nutrient-rich soil, repotting is not needed until 1 year after purchase.

    Remove dust every now and then in order to allow the plant to get as much light as possible.

    The height of the plants can vary.

  • Plant/ Substrate:

    Cultivated potted plant




    Minimum temperature 64º F (18°C).


    Water sparingly.


    For indoor use

    Place in a light area, out of direct sunlight.


    Only for decoration. Not suitable for consumption.


Diameter of plant pot: 3 ½ "

    Potted plantArticle Number004.937.14

    Length: 17 ¾ "

    Weight: 14 oz

    Diameter: 9 ¾ "

    Package(s): 1


Better than any!A. J.We've shopped for orchids just about everywhere but the ones at IKEA have been wonderful. Each and every one we've bought at IKEA have bloomed again and again. And this at a price that can not be beat anywhere.5
OrchidDianaThe orchid was a last minute gift. It was perfect size, medium, the color selection was great. I love the planter options as well to give the gift a finishing touch5
cute orchidJodyI just repotted this orchid yesterday. The roots were really strangled. The blooms are still looking great. I guess they have to pack the roots tight like that so they will survive being trucked and not spilling wood chips out of their pot. I know the plant is much happier now that I untangled the roots and gave them space to grow !4
Very prettyJANEANNVery pretty5
Cute little orchidIrynaStill looks nice after a week.5
OrchidJERIE-JANE N.Sun exposure: Dappled shade, bright Hardiness: Tender Soil type: Well drained / light Phalaenopsis, are epiphytic plants meaning that in the wild they grow on the surface of other plants, rather than in the soil. They bear delightful, pink, white or purple flowers. Phalaenopsis should be grown in a special bark medium rather than compost, and require a humid atmosphere and bright, filtered light to thrive. For best results, grow them in light, humid kitchens and bathrooms.5
Pretty but expensiveneliaOrchids are pretty, but a bit expensive for the size. It is only necessary to search well because the plants are usually dry, it seems that they are not consistent with watering.4
Beautiful orchidsBELINDAThe orchids were beautiful and looked so healthy and well cared for.5
BeautifulANNEKEIts a very beautiful and cute plant. Its smaller than other phalaenopsis plants I have, and a beautiful color. You can tell it got a lot of love in the hot house. I just wish it were taken care of in the store. By the time I got it. It was dryer out, the flowers that were about to open died and fell off. No biggie, it just could have been more magnificent if it had been watered.4
One good buy!LILYA bit pricey $15 for a small plant..3
it was dead in aANNE was dead in a day1

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Flowers time and time again

Plants can boost your well-being and make your home feel more vibrant. This orchid becomes an elegant splash of color in all rooms. This plant can also flower several times per year if you are nice to it, but don’t water it too much and cut off the old stems after flowering. In nature, it hangs on trees and uses its air roots get nutrients.