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Purple Orchid Plant Two Tones - Coin Vert Florist | Montreal

Purple orchid two tones

55.00 $

Maintenance

  • Family: Orchidaceae
  • Type: houseplant
  • Origin: tropical
  • Color: many
  • Exposure: subdued sun
  • Flowering : summer
  • Soil: soil, water
  • Height: 15 to 70 cm inside

Location and temperature:

The ideal temperature for an orchid is between 18 and 25°C (68 and 86°F) during the day and between 18 and 25°C (64 and 77°F) during the night. Thus, the temperature of a house or apartment is ideal for its growth. If the temperature drops below 15°C (59°F), the plant’s growth will slow down and it may lose its flowers. Of tropical origin, the orchid particularly likes bright light, but direct sunlight can burn its leaves. It can live without bright light, but its growth will be slow and the color of the flowers will be affected. A window that receives morning light is also ideal.

Watering:

Watering the orchid is different from other plants since they have aerial roots. In its natural environment, it is a plant that grows suspended from trees by its roots that harvest moisture and rain. In a pot, it must be hung on a support, and its roots often come out of their pot.

To know when your orchid needs to be watered, look at the color of the roots. When they begin to whiten, it is a sign that the plant begins to thirst. At this time, fill the pot cover with water and let the plant soak for at least a minute. You will quickly see the roots begin to green showing that they are now well hydrated. You can also simply take the plant out of its pot cover and soak it in water. Then, wait for it to drip before putting it back in its pot cover.

Maintain your orchid:

To ensure good growth, it is advisable to remove flowers that are starting or fading. The leaves should also be removed once they are completely yellow. When your orchid has no flowers left, stop watering it for about a month. Afterwards, start the normal watering again, starting with a first bath a little longer than usual. This will shock your orchid and it will start flowering again.

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Purple orchid

45.00 $

Maintenance

  • Family: Orchidaceae
  • Type: houseplant
  • Origin: tropical
  • Color: many
  • Exposure: subdued sun
  • Flowering : summer
  • Soil: soil, water
  • Height: 15 to 70 cm inside

Location and temperature:

The ideal temperature for an orchid is between 18 and 25°C (68 and 86°F) during the day and between 18 and 25°C (64 and 77°F) during the night. Thus, the temperature of a house or apartment is ideal for its growth. If the temperature drops below 15°C (59°F), the plant’s growth will slow down and it may lose its flowers. Of tropical origin, the orchid particularly likes bright light, but direct sunlight can burn its leaves. It can live without bright light, but its growth will be slow and the color of the flowers will be affected. A window that receives morning light is also ideal.

Watering:

Watering the orchid is different from other plants since they have aerial roots. In its natural environment, it is a plant that grows suspended from trees by its roots that harvest moisture and rain. In a pot, it must be hung on a support, and its roots often come out of their pot.

To know when your orchid needs to be watered, look at the color of the roots. When they begin to whiten, it is a sign that the plant begins to thirst. At this time, fill the pot cover with water and let the plant soak for at least a minute. You will quickly see the roots begin to green showing that they are now well hydrated. You can also simply take the plant out of its pot cover and soak it in water. Then, wait for it to drip before putting it back in its pot cover.

Maintain your orchid:

To ensure good growth, it is advisable to remove flowers that are starting or fading. The leaves should also be removed once they are completely yellow. When your orchid has no flowers left, stop watering it for about a month. Afterwards, start the normal watering again, starting with a first bath a little longer than usual. This will shock your orchid and it will start flowering again.

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Yellow and Purple Orchid Plant - Coin Vert Florist | Montreal

Yellow and purple orchid

45.00 $

Maintenance

  • Family: Orchidaceae
  • Type: houseplant
  • Origin: tropical
  • Color: many
  • Exposure: subdued sun
  • Flowering : summer
  • Soil: soil, water
  • Height: 15 to 70 cm inside

Location and temperature:

The ideal temperature for an orchid is between 18 and 25°C (68 and 86°F) during the day and between 18 and 25°C (64 and 77°F) during the night. Thus, the temperature of a house or apartment is ideal for its growth. If the temperature drops below 15°C (59°F), the plant’s growth will slow down and it may lose its flowers. Of tropical origin, the orchid particularly likes bright light, but direct sunlight can burn its leaves. It can live without bright light, but its growth will be slow and the color of the flowers will be affected. A window that receives morning light is also ideal.

Watering:

Watering the orchid is different from other plants since they have aerial roots. In its natural environment, it is a plant that grows suspended from trees by its roots that harvest moisture and rain. In a pot, it must be hung on a support, and its roots often come out of their pot.

To know when your orchid needs to be watered, look at the color of the roots. When they begin to whiten, it is a sign that the plant begins to thirst. At this time, fill the pot cover with water and let the plant soak for at least a minute. You will quickly see the roots begin to green showing that they are now well hydrated. You can also simply take the plant out of its pot cover and soak it in water. Then, wait for it to drip before putting it back in its pot cover.

Maintain your orchid:

To ensure good growth, it is advisable to remove flowers that are starting or fading. The leaves should also be removed once they are completely yellow. When your orchid has no flowers left, stop watering it for about a month. Afterwards, start the normal watering again, starting with a first bath a little longer than usual. This will shock your orchid and it will start flowering again.

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Yellow Orchid Plant - Coin Vert Florist | Montreal

Yellow orchid

45.00 $

Maintenance

  • Family: Orchidaceae
  • Type: houseplant
  • Origin: tropical
  • Color: many
  • Exposure: subdued sun
  • Flowering : summer
  • Soil: soil, water
  • Height: 15 to 70 cm inside

Location and temperature:

The ideal temperature for an orchid is between 18 and 25°C (68 and 86°F) during the day and between 18 and 25°C (64 and 77°F) during the night. Thus, the temperature of a house or apartment is ideal for its growth. If the temperature drops below 15°C (59°F), the plant’s growth will slow down and it may lose its flowers. Of tropical origin, the orchid particularly likes bright light, but direct sunlight can burn its leaves. It can live without bright light, but its growth will be slow and the color of the flowers will be affected. A window that receives morning light is also ideal.

Watering:

Watering the orchid is different from other plants since they have aerial roots. In its natural environment, it is a plant that grows suspended from trees by its roots that harvest moisture and rain. In a pot, it must be hung on a support, and its roots often come out of their pot.

To know when your orchid needs to be watered, look at the color of the roots. When they begin to whiten, it is a sign that the plant begins to thirst. At this time, fill the pot cover with water and let the plant soak for at least a minute. You will quickly see the roots begin to green showing that they are now well hydrated. You can also simply take the plant out of its pot cover and soak it in water. Then, wait for it to drip before putting it back in its pot cover.

Maintain your orchid:

To ensure good growth, it is advisable to remove flowers that are starting or fading. The leaves should also be removed once they are completely yellow. When your orchid has no flowers left, stop watering it for about a month. Afterwards, start the normal watering again, starting with a first bath a little longer than usual. This will shock your orchid and it will start flowering again.

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Orchid Bouquet – Orchid Love

100.00 $150.00 $

This beautiful bouquet of flowers includes a large stem of cymbidium orchid, three red roses as well as monstera leaves and tiki.

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Orchid - Trio of cymbidium - Coin Vert Florist | Montreal

Orchid bouquet – Trio of cymbidium

180.00 $

This beautiful bouquet of cymbidium includes three large stems of cymbidium orchids of different colors accompanied by three bells from Ireland, the monstera and the aspidistra.

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Flower arrangement - Pink and red rose orchid - Coin Vert Florist | Montreal

Red Roses and Orchid Arrangement

125.00 $

This stunning flower arrangement consists of a large cymbidium orchid stem, red roses and baby sigh. It is complemented by Italian ruscus, eucalyptus, emerald and monstera as greenery.

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Gradient of pink and cymbidium - Coin Vert Florist | Montreal

Orchid bouquet – Gradient of rose and cymbidium

120.00 $250.00 $

This beautiful bouquet of flowers is composed in such a way as to highlight the cymbidium orchid. It also includes pink anthuriums, red roses, liatris and Irish bells. The whole is accompanied by a monstera stem and large pandanus leaves.

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Bouquet de fleurs - Le simple cymbidium - Fleuriste Coin Vert

Orchid bouquet – The simple cymbidium

50.00 $

This bouquet of flowers focuses on the cymbidium orchid. This is accompanied by Irish bell, eucalyptus, aspidistra and baby sigh.

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Bouquet assortie et cymbidium - Fleuriste Coin Vert - Fleuriste Montréal

Orchid bouquet – Matching flowers and cymbidium

135.00 $250.00 $

This beautiful bouquet of flowers consists of a stem of white cymbidium orchids and red roses accompanied by lilies, liatris and bells of Ireland. The whole is embellished with monstera stem and eucalyptus as greenery.

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Why a bouquet of flowers?

The ideal atmosphere or gift is obtained with a bouquet of fresh flowers and the Green Corner Florist is the place where you will find the widest variety of flowers and the latest current trends. Whatever your mood, budget or style, we have the perfect flowers for you. Find your bouquet of favorite flowers at an incredible price by buying your flowers at the Green Corner Florist.

How to choose the right bouquet of flowers?

Since every occasion has its bouquet of flowers, it can become difficult to make a choice. Although it is often easier to choose according to our tastes or those of the person to whom we give the flowers, there are some must-haves. Indeed, bouquets of flowers composed of a single color or monochrome colors are bouquets that captivate the eye with the intensity of their unique color. They are thus bouquets that have a stronger symbolism.

Indeed, giving flowers in one tone gives a stronger meaning to your gift. For example, red flowers have a strong connotation and evoke passion or love. The white flowers represent purity and emphasize the beauty of the person receiving them. Yellow flowers reflect luxury, success and prosperity while pink flowers symbolize tenderness.

There are also the multicolored bouquets of flowers that allow you to express your feelings in a wonderful mix of colors. In addition, thanks to the multiple kinds of greenery that make up these bouquets, the colors, shades and contrasts are strong which gives wonderful bouquets of flowers that will brighten your day.

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