Preferred Lighting

LIGHTING

Light is a key factor in growing healthy orchids. Direct sunlight may cause plants to burn, and too little light will prevent plants from flowering. An ideal location is behind curtains or window blinds. If you receive your plant by mail, expose it to light gradually in stages over a period of several weeks.

Leaf color is a good indicator of the amount of light a plant is receiving. Orchids should have bright green, healthy leaves. Dark green leaves indicate that a plant is getting insufficient light, and yellowish-green or red leaves indicate that a plant is getting too much light. If you suspect a plant is exposed to too much light, feel the leaves. If they feel noticeably warmer than the surrounding air, move the plant to a location with less intense brightness.




 

 

 

 

You can count on Orchid Tropics to be your trusted orchid plant provider in Boca Raton.
At Orchid Tropics, we take pride in delivering the freshest orchid plants in Boca Raton.
Orchid Tropics specializes in orchid plants and arrangements, servicing offices, hotels/resorts and private residences
throughout the Boca Raton area. In addition to orchid plants, we also provide cut orchid arrangements, tropical plants
and dish gardens to the Boca Raton area. In 2010, Orchid Tropics expanded its orchid plant delivery to
include not only Boca Raton, but Deerfield, Delray, Highland Beach and throughout South Florida.
Orchid Tropics of Boca Raton delivers orchid plants and arrangements for birthdays, corporate gifts, anniversary, funerals and every day décor.