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NELLY ISLER ORCHID

A Cambria orchid + a varnished plant pot

Product pictured : 50 cm

50 cm : €29.00

Delivery price: €10.60

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
A perfumed orchid!
We're sure you'll love this ‘Odontoglossum Nelly Isler’ variety of Cambria orchid for the originality of its red flowers, flecked with white, but also for its long life and ease of maintenance, making it an ideal gift for any occasion. This double-stemmed orchid has been placed in a stylish varnished plant pot for the perfect finishing touch. An unforgettable gift to share without a moment's hesitation!
Height including pot: 50 cm
Instructions for care
The following care tips, which will be included with your order, will help your recipient enjoy this orchid for as long as possible:

  • Light: Place your orchid less than one metre from a well lit window so that it can take maximum advantage of the little light available in the winter. In the summer, shade the light with a semi-transparent curtain as too much sunlight will redden the leaves.
  • Temperature: Between 15° and 20 °.
  • Watering: Water abundantly once a week with soft water in the morning. Fill the pot with water, then drain the orchid well, leaving no water to stagnate in the dish
  • Fertilisation: Every other time you water your orchid, follow with a low dose fertiliser.
  • Repotting: Every one or two years, at the end of the spring or the beginning of the autumn. Choose a special orchid mix, removing if necessary one or two of the oldest pseudobulbs attached roots. During the month that follows, simply spray the surface of the pot lightly every day. Then continue to water and fertilise as before.
  • Outside: Your orchid will also thrive outside during the summer months. You can place it on your balcony or terrace or in your garden, in a well lit location but away from direct sunlight. Don't forget to bring your orchid in if the temperature risks dropping below 10°C.
Clients' reviews

Spoil them even more by adding a gift:

Click here to add an accessory and make your gift even more special:

Orchid Food Drops
Orchid Food Drops
A sachet of 150g of chocolate eggs
A sachet of 150g of chocolate eggs
Exceptional Rochers
Exceptional Rochers
190g Scented Candle
190g Scented Candle

Total : €29.00

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Instructions for care
Clients' reviews

A perfumed orchid!
We're sure you'll love this ‘Odontoglossum Nelly Isler’ variety of Cambria orchid for the originality of its red flowers, flecked with white, but also for its long life and ease of maintenance, making it an ideal gift for any occasion. This double-stemmed orchid has been placed in a stylish varnished plant pot for the perfect finishing touch. An unforgettable gift to share without a moment's hesitation!
Height including pot: 50 cm

The following care tips, which will be included with your order, will help your recipient enjoy this orchid for as long as possible:

  • Light: Place your orchid less than one metre from a well lit window so that it can take maximum advantage of the little light available in the winter. In the summer, shade the light with a semi-transparent curtain as too much sunlight will redden the leaves.
  • Temperature: Between 15° and 20 °.
  • Watering: Water abundantly once a week with soft water in the morning. Fill the pot with water, then drain the orchid well, leaving no water to stagnate in the dish
  • Fertilisation: Every other time you water your orchid, follow with a low dose fertiliser.
  • Repotting: Every one or two years, at the end of the spring or the beginning of the autumn. Choose a special orchid mix, removing if necessary one or two of the oldest pseudobulbs attached roots. During the month that follows, simply spray the surface of the pot lightly every day. Then continue to water and fertilise as before.
  • Outside: Your orchid will also thrive outside during the summer months. You can place it on your balcony or terrace or in your garden, in a well lit location but away from direct sunlight. Don't forget to bring your orchid in if the temperature risks dropping below 10°C.