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Orchid Bloom Spring

Rhynchostylis gigantea Orange Peach

Spring is here: A Celebration of Rhynchostylis Blooms!

Rhynchostylis gigantea leads the pack with its elegant light pink blooms, each adorned with a white spot, for the original blooms that start appearing in January. But these orchids aren’t just pretty faces. With some *TLC from passionate growers, they come in a rainbow of colors, from fiery reds to soft pinks.”

(“TLC” stands for “tender loving care.”)

And it’s not just about looks—the Rhynchostylis also fills the air with a sweet, citrusy scent, making them a joy to have around. Taking care of them is easy too. Just give them some sunlight, water them regularly (but don’t drown them!) and keep them in a moderately humid environment.

If you want to keep your Rhynchostylis happy, remember to fertilize them lightly, repot them every few years, and avoid overwatering. And most importantly, enjoy their blooms while they last—they’re a fleeting but beautiful reminder of the season’s renewal.

Whether you’re a seasoned orchid lover or just starting out, Rhynchostylis orchids are a perfect way to welcome spring into your home. So, as the world comes alive with color, make sure to seek out these floral treasures and let them brighten up your space!

This is a photo I took this month showing six colors of Rhynchostylis gigantea:

  1. Rhynchostylis gigantea (standard color)
  2. Rhynchostylis gigantea White or Alba
  3. Rhynchostylis gigantea Pink
  4. Rhynchostylis gigantea Red spot
  5. Rhynchostylis gigantea Orange
  6. Rhynchostylis gigantea Red