Moth orchids (Phalaenopsis) thrive in centrally heated homes and flower over a long period. They are available in an increasingly wide range of flower colours, and newer dwarf varieties mean you can fit a moth orchid in almost any home.
The popularity of moth orchids has led to other types of orchids becoming more readily available in garden centres, including Dendrobium, Paphiopedilum, Oncidium, Vanda and Cambria hybrids. These are all easy to grow in most homes, producing dramatic displays of exotic blooms.
Follow our care tips and your orchids will not only flower regularly, but will live for many years.