White Egret Orchid - 6 naturally small tubers

Catalogue Number: 682-8503

White Egret Orchid - 6 naturally small tubers

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Exquisite, pearly white flowers that resemble a flock of miniature birds hovering gracefully atop slender stems. Commonly known as the ‘White Egret Orchid’, Habenaria radiata produces slender stems, each parading up to 2 or 3 blooms that will flourish for 3-4 weeks. Despite its petite proportions of only 30cm (12”) tall, this beautiful miniature orchid is hardy to -6°C (21°F) so it will even grow in borders outdoors.Habenaria radiata are supplied as naturally small tubers.Includes 10 Steps to Success - your free guide to growing your White Egret Orchid.

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Latin Name
Habenaria radiata
House Plant
Planting Position
Dappled Shade
Type Of Soil Required
reliably moist
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