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Dendrobium Orchid (Any Color) - Plant in 5 inch (15 cm) Pot

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Original price ₹ 2,148
Original price ₹ 2,148
Original price ₹ 2,148
Current price ₹ 859
₹ 859
Current price ₹ 859
  • Delivery charges: ₹79 for entire order
  • Delivery time: 2-4 days
  • Delivery limited to Pune/PCMC

Synonyms: Dendrobium Orchid , Dendrobium spp.

Product Highlights:
  • Exotic and striking flowering plant
  • Elegant heart-shaped leaves and colorful spathes
  • Perfect for adding a touch of tropical beauty to your indoor space
  • Low maintenance and long-lasting blooms


Enhance the beauty and give a stunning tropical view to your outdoor and indoor spaces by growing most attractive Dendrobium orchid plants.

The Dendrobium is epiphytic and lithophytic orchid in the family Orchidaceae. Plant is unusual in appearance, being sympodialand bulbless but possesses heavy cane like stems which also produce the papery green leaves. Dendrobium Orchids have their profuse, delicate blooms

    Planting And Care

    • Re-pot the plant when grows large and overgrows its container, the potting material deteriorates, the plant has to be split or divided.
    • It is better to re-pot epiphytes every year. The best time for repotting is when fresh roots emerge at the bases of the previous year growth.
    • The dendrobium orchid should have a 50-70% humidity level around them.
    • After your orchid has finished blooming, use sharp scissors to cut off the flowering stem to promote regrowth.
    • Crowding of plants can lead to problems with insect infestations and fungus. Keep air to circulate around the plant.
    • Dendrobium Orchid Care

    • Keep the plant in natural indirect bright Light.
    • Poke your finger/plain small stick into the soil to check the moisture.
    • Water when top soil (1-2inches) feels dry to touch.
    • Do not re-pot for min. 2 weeks after receiving it.

    Dendrobium Orchid Special Feature

    Dendrobium orchid is long lasting flowering plant.

    Dendrobium Orchid Uses

    Ornamental Use:

    • Dendrobium orchid flowers are used in flower arrangement and bouquet

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    What is the best location for my Pink Anthurium Plant?

    Place your Pink Anthurium in a well-lit spot with indirect sunlight, avoiding harsh direct rays. It thrives in bright, filtered light.

    How often should I water my Pink Anthurium in a 6-inch pot?

    Water your Pink Anthurium when the top inch of soil feels dry. Typically, this means watering every 1-2 weeks, but adjust based on your home's humidity.

    What type of soil should I use for my Pink Anthurium?

    Opt for a well-draining potting mix enriched with organic matter. A blend suitable for aroids or orchids works well.

    Do Pink Anthuriums need high humidity?

    Yes, Pink Anthuriums prefer higher humidity levels. Regular misting or placing the pot on a humidity tray can help maintain the right moisture levels.

    Can I use fertilizer for my Pink Anthurium?

    Yes, use a balanced liquid fertilizer every 6-8 weeks during the growing season (spring and summer) to support healthy growth and blooms.

    How can I propagate my Pink Anthurium?

    You can propagate Pink Anthuriums through division or stem cuttings. Ensure each cutting has roots and a leaf for successful propagation.

    Are Pink Anthuriums toxic to pets?

    Yes, Pink Anthuriums contain compounds that can be toxic to pets if ingested. Keep them out of reach of animals.

    Why are the leaves on my Pink Anthurium turning yellow?

    Yellowing leaves may indicate overwatering. Allow the soil to dry slightly between waterings.

    Should I prune my Pink Anthurium?

    Pruning dead or yellowing leaves encourages healthy growth. Use clean, sharp scissors or shears to trim as needed.

    Can I repot my Pink Anthurium, and when should I do it?

    Repot when your Pink Anthurium becomes root-bound, usually every 2-3 years. Spring is the best time for repotting.

    What pests should I watch out for on my Pink Anthurium?

    Keep an eye out for aphids, mealybugs, and spider mites, which can affect Pink Anthuriums. Regular inspections and prompt treatment are essential.

    How can I encourage my Pink Anthurium to bloom?

    Provide proper care, including suitable light, humidity, and regular fertilization. These conditions will help your Pink Anthurium produce vibrant blooms.

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 6 reviews
    Paresh Shirke
    Soothing Greenery

    The soothing greenery of this plant is therapeutic. It creates a calming atmosphere, making it a wonderful addition to my bedroom.

    Hansa Bhatia
    Drought-Tolerant Beauty

    For those who sometimes forget to water their plants, this one is for you. It is a drought-tolerant beauty that thrives even with occasional neglect.

    Mukherjee Ranu
    Zen Corner Essential

    Create a zen corner in your home with this essential plant. It promotes relaxation and brings a touch of nature to meditation and relaxation spaces.

    amruta ranade
    Hardy and Resilient

    I appreciate the hardiness of this plant. It has survived different weather conditions and still looks as healthy as ever.

    Ramesh M
    Intricate Leaf Patterns

    The intricate leaf patterns on this plant make it a work of art. It is like having a living masterpiece that constantly evolves and captivates.