Colorful, Easy-to-Grow Moth Orchid Varieties
There are more than 60 varieties of moth orchid, each with its own distinct blossom style.
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'Taida Sweet Berry'
If you can grow Phalaenopsis, you can't fail with Doritaenopsis orchids, a cross between Phalaenopsis and Doritis. Choose from a huge range of colorful hybrids, such as this 'Taida Sweet Berry.'
Phalaenopsis cornu-cervi is a beautiful, exotic orchid species that will fill a room with scent from its speckled, star-shaped flowers.
The violacea orchid is a compact, fragrant variety with star-shaped flowers, vividly marked purple, in spring and summer.
The stuartiana orchid produces white flowers on tall stems, with a lower lip that is attractively speckled red each winter.
The Doris orchid produces large pink flowers that appear throughout the year on 12-inch stalks.
Phalaenopsis 'Timothy Christopher'
Pink Moth Orchid
Doritaenopsis 'Taida Pearl'
This hybrid produces ruby red flowers edged in white.
More Reasons to Love Orchids
Orchids always add a touch of sophistication and elegance. They are widely available and affordable. Group several plants together for a striking arrangement.