The Prettiest Phalaenopsis Orchid Hybrids

The Prettiest Phalaenopsis Orchid Hybrids

Check out some of our favorite Phalaenopsis orchids. These orchid plants are so gorgeous and fairly easy to take care of, they're definitely worth adding to your collection at home. 

Phalaenopsis schilleriana orchids

First described by German botanist Heinrich Gustav Reichenbach in 1860, Phalaenopsis schilleriana was named after Consul Schiller of Hamburg. This large phalaenopsis orchid is endemic to the tropical islands of the Philippines.  Phal. schilleriana is a common favorite among orchid hobbyists because of its low-maintenance nature and ability to thrive in low-lit environments. Phalaenopsis schilleriana 'Pink Elephant' is one of the most popular hybrids.

Phalaenopsis bellina orchids

Phalaenopsis bellina has charming little yellow orchid flowers with splash of pink in the middle. This beautiful phal species is native to Malaysia and Sarawak. It is usually seen growing abundantly in the canopy of trees in tropical forests where it receives lots of sunshine and rain.

Phalaenopsis Tzu Chiang Balm

Phalaenopsis Tzu Chiang Balm is a cross between Phal. An Tai Jade and Phal. Stone Dance. This sweet smelling phalaenopsis hybrid blooms with yellow and peach flowers during spring and summer months.

Phalaenopsis sogo yukidian ‘V3’

Famous for their elegant, large white flowers, Phalaenopsis sogo yukidian is said to be the biggest phal hybrids ever. It can produce a gorgeous cascade of orchid blooms by the dozens. It is a cross between Phal. yukimai and Phal. Taisuco Kochdian.These classic white orchids grow really tall that supporting their stems is recommended.

Phalaenopsis Timothy Christopher 'Floribunda’

Phal. Timothy Christopher 'Floribunda’ is a cross between 'Phal. Cassandra and  Phal. aphrodite. It’s a prolific bloomer and a timeless beauty with its spray of white orchid flowers, it can bloom in different seasons usually fall, spring, and summer. It makes an ideal orchid houseplant due to its ability to thrive in indoor living conditions.




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