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Miniatures

If space is at a premium try entering a truly miniature orchid world. Many of these species only grow to a few centimetres in height with exquisite flowers. They will enjoy cool and humid conditions and are ideal if you are setting up a terrarium or disused aquarium for orchids.  

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  • Dienia ophrydis 'Frisky'
    Formally called Malaxis latifolia ‘Frisky’, this is a deciduous orchid that loses its leaves and rests for the winter but is now starting to grow again. The flower stems emerge from the centre of the new leaf growth and grow up tall and straight with hundreds of deep pink flowers from ye..
    Formally called Malaxis latifolia ‘Frisky’, this is a d...
    £15.00
    Based on 1 reviews.
  • Malaxis porphyrea
    A miniature orchid that loses its leaves in winter when it likes to be kept completely dry. In summer it flowers with upright stems of tiny deep purple flowers, going on for several months in succession. Keep a minimum 12°C in a shady position with regular watering throughout its growing se..
    A miniature orchid that loses its leaves in winter when it likes to...
    £10.00
    Based on 1 reviews.
  • Pleurothallis palliolata
    A miniature orchid with rounded leaves on the top of thin stems. The small dark red striped flowers sit atop the leaves. South America. Cool growing. Flowering size. The average pot size for these plants is 9cm Please note plant pictured is an example only. ..
    A miniature orchid with rounded leaves on the top of thin stems. Th...
    £12.00
    Based on 1 reviews.