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Plants play a vital role in controlling pollution. They retain humidity and soil fertility. It is essential to grow plants and trees all around us. We have online horticulture farm called KAIVALYA GARDEN CENTRE(Greenplants.in) in chennai offering plants, flowering, trees, indoor plants, outdoor plants, saplings, Anthurium, Aglaonema Rotundum, Caladium, Dracaena Deremensis, Dracaena Godseffiana, Croton Plants, Aralia Bush, Asparagus,Cactus,ChristmasTree,Coleus, Cryptanthus,Daisy,Dracaena,Eranthemum Red,Euphorbia,Excoecaria Tricolor,Graptophyllum,Jacobina,Mussanda,Palm,Rhoeo Spathacea, Canna, Grass, Heliconia, Hibiscus, Ixora, Jasmium, Syngonium,Ficus Black,Spathiphyllum - Peace Lilly,Korean Grass - Per square,Hydrangea,waterlily,African Violet ,Begonia, Philodendron, Poinsettia,Schefflera,DianthusMedicinal Plants, Packed Croton Plants, Trees. We do services like indoor plant maintenance,indoor decoration, Appartment Gardening, Home Gardening, Office Gardening, Landscape services.

Orchid - Pink and White
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Product ID: GP074

Orchid - Pink and White


Plant Facts
  • Common Name: Orchid
  • Family: Orchidaceae
  • Types:�Epiphytic Orchids are grown perched high in the trees clinging to branches or in the trunk apex of the tree. They derive their nutrients from the air, rain, and any decaying vegetation, which the roots can contact. Epiphytic Orchids have specialised aerial roots, which have a white spongy layer of cells called velamen. This protects the inner root tissues and absorbs water. These roots will also often dangle free in the atmosphere. �Lithophytic Orchids are seen covering the bases and forks of trees or filling crevices in rocks, and absorb a maximum supply of nutrients from decaying mosses. �Terrestrial Orchids are seen under the ground, having a symbiotic relation with a special fungus, which in turn supports the orchid with the essential nutrients.
  • Water: Do not over-water

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Orchid - pink-red
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Product ID: GP075

Orchid - pink-red


Plant Facts
  • Common Name: Orchid
  • Family: Orchidaceae
  • Types:�Epiphytic Orchids are grown perched high in the trees clinging to branches or in the trunk apex of the tree. They derive their nutrients from the air, rain, and any decaying vegetation, which the roots can contact. Epiphytic Orchids have specialised aerial roots, which have a white spongy layer of cells called velamen. This protects the inner root tissues and absorbs water. These roots will also often dangle free in the atmosphere. �Lithophytic Orchids are seen covering the bases and forks of trees or filling crevices in rocks, and absorb a maximum supply of nutrients from decaying mosses. �Terrestrial Orchids are seen under the ground, having a symbiotic relation with a special fungus, which in turn supports the orchid with the essential nutrients.
  • Water: Do not over-water

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Orchid - White
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Product ID: GP076

Orchid - White


Plant Facts
  • Common Name: Orchid
  • Family: Orchidaceae
  • Types:�Epiphytic Orchids are grown perched high in the trees clinging to branches or in the trunk apex of the tree. They derive their nutrients from the air, rain, and any decaying vegetation, which the roots can contact. Epiphytic Orchids have specialised aerial roots, which have a white spongy layer of cells called velamen. This protects the inner root tissues and absorbs water. These roots will also often dangle free in the atmosphere. �Lithophytic Orchids are seen covering the bases and forks of trees or filling crevices in rocks, and absorb a maximum supply of nutrients from decaying mosses. �Terrestrial Orchids are seen under the ground, having a symbiotic relation with a special fungus, which in turn supports the orchid with the essential nutrients.
  • Water: Do not over-water

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Orchid - Yellow
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Product ID: GP077

Orchid - Yellow


Plant Facts
  • Common Name: Orchid
  • Family: Orchidaceae
  • Types:�Epiphytic Orchids are grown perched high in the trees clinging to branches or in the trunk apex of the tree. They derive their nutrients from the air, rain, and any decaying vegetation, which the roots can contact. Epiphytic Orchids have specialised aerial roots, which have a white spongy layer of cells called velamen. This protects the inner root tissues and absorbs water. These roots will also often dangle free in the atmosphere. �Lithophytic Orchids are seen covering the bases and forks of trees or filling crevices in rocks, and absorb a maximum supply of nutrients from decaying mosses. �Terrestrial Orchids are seen under the ground, having a symbiotic relation with a special fungus, which in turn supports the orchid with the essential nutrients.
  • Water: Do not over-water

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Orchid - Pink and White (without flower)
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Product ID: GP127

Orchid - Pink and White (without flower)


Plant Facts
  • Common Name: Orchid
  • Family: Orchidaceae
  • Types:�Epiphytic Orchids are grown perched high in the trees clinging to branches or in the trunk apex of the tree. They derive their nutrients from the air, rain, and any decaying vegetation, which the roots can contact. Epiphytic Orchids have specialised aerial roots, which have a white spongy layer of cells called velamen. This protects the inner root tissues and absorbs water. These roots will also often dangle free in the atmosphere. �Lithophytic Orchids are seen covering the bases and forks of trees or filling crevices in rocks, and absorb a maximum supply of nutrients from decaying mosses. �Terrestrial Orchids are seen under the ground, having a symbiotic relation with a special fungus, which in turn supports the orchid with the essential nutrients.
  • Water: Do not over-water

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Orchid Pink Phalaenopsis
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Product ID: GP128

Orchid Pink Phalaenopsis


Plant Facts
  • Common Name: Orchid
  • Family: Orchidaceae
  • Types:�Epiphytic Orchids are grown perched high in the trees clinging to branches or in the trunk apex of the tree. They derive their nutrients from the air, rain, and any decaying vegetation, which the roots can contact. Epiphytic Orchids have specialised aerial roots, which have a white spongy layer of cells called velamen. This protects the inner root tissues and absorbs water. These roots will also often dangle free in the atmosphere. �Lithophytic Orchids are seen covering the bases and forks of trees or filling crevices in rocks, and absorb a maximum supply of nutrients from decaying mosses. �Terrestrial Orchids are seen under the ground, having a symbiotic relation with a special fungus, which in turn supports the orchid with the essential nutrients.
  • Water: Do not over-water

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Orchid Light Pink Phalaenopsis
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Product ID: GP129

Orchid Light Pink Phalaenopsis


Plant Facts
  • Common Name: Orchid
  • Family: Orchidaceae
  • Types:�Epiphytic Orchids are grown perched high in the trees clinging to branches or in the trunk apex of the tree. They derive their nutrients from the air, rain, and any decaying vegetation, which the roots can contact. Epiphytic Orchids have specialised aerial roots, which have a white spongy layer of cells called velamen. This protects the inner root tissues and absorbs water. These roots will also often dangle free in the atmosphere. �Lithophytic Orchids are seen covering the bases and forks of trees or filling crevices in rocks, and absorb a maximum supply of nutrients from decaying mosses. �Terrestrial Orchids are seen under the ground, having a symbiotic relation with a special fungus, which in turn supports the orchid with the essential nutrients.
  • Water: Do not over-water

Rs.0.0
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