|Code||Variety||Price||Add to Cart|
|TG947||Papilionanda Esther Anareta Pure White||SGD$40|
|TG955||Papilionanda Tan Chay Yan Pink||SGD$40|
|TG942||Epidendrum Joseph Lii||SGD$40|
|TG949||Dendrobium Hiang beauty||SGD$40|
|TG951||Aranda Wan Chark Kwan||SGD$40|
|OX119||Dendrobium Burana Charming||SGD$40|
|OX128||Dendrobium Snow Boy||SGD$40|
Last updated: 04/12/2018
Our orchid seedlings are kept in glass flasks from 3 – 6 month before they are deflasked.
Please request for us to update flasks list if last updated date is more than 3 months old.
As we constantly deflask our flask, some variety may not be available after 3 months and new varieties may be available.
Prices for mericlone flasks (40 seedlings) – $40,
mericlone flasks (25 seedlings) – $25.
Orchid Seedling Care Instructions
Before opening the flask:
If you are bringing the flask to a country of a different climate, allow flask to rest unopened for 2 weeks to allow the temperature inside the flask to reach equilibrium with the outside. Opening the flask immediately without equalising the temperature may cause seedlings to turn yellow from shock due to the large temperature difference.
Seedlings may be kept in the flasks as long as there is gel. When gel runs out, open flask within 1-2 weeks.
After opening the flask:
Transfer seedlings into small pots or spread them on a tray with potting medium.
If you are in a country of cool / dry climate, use medium-grade potting mix.
Eg. Pine bark, sphagnum moss or perlite.
If you are in a country of hot / humid climate, use small coarse-grade potting mix.
E.g. smashed up charcoal bits.
(Please do not use charcoal meant for BBQ as they are laced with chemicals toxic for plants.)
Place seedlings in shade (50% or less sunlight) with good air circulation.
Water at the roots when potting mix is dry.
Feed with balanced foliar fertiliser twice a week. Use half the concentration dosage of mature plants.
Allow seedlings to establish roots (~3 months)
Repot seedlings to bigger pots after 3 months or when roots outgrow current pot.
In around 2 years, these young orchids plants will reach blooming size upon maturity.
From then on please refer to the orchid care section on how to care for mature orchid plants.