Behind the beauty and elegance, orchids are one of the two largest families of flowering plants. That is why if you look closer to the nature, you will see many species of orchid that has different shape and colors. Orchid are actually rather simple to plant, many people loves to make an orchid arrangement for their living room at home.
Not only that the orchid has its signature elegance, but also when anyone looks at the orchid, they will feel an ambiance of calming and refreshing feeling. This is why orchid is definitely best to put on your living room or dining room. There are actually many species of orchid, but the most popular orchid that is often being used for floral arrangement is the white and purple one.
An orchid arrangement doesn’t necessarily need a lot of soil. Besides, you can plant an orchid just with the rock media. It is absolutely not quite surprising since in the nature, orchid even grows in the tree’s trunk.
Choosing The Best Orchid Container
You can either use the ceramic or a wooden container for the orchid arrangement. Firstly, choose the container that is not too big and not too small either.
Also, don’t forget to use the same theme as your decor theme. A ceramic one usually will work for a minimalist home. While the wooden one will look better in a vintage or rustic theme house.
Correctly Using The Best Media
If you should know, actually orchid don’t need so much soil to grow. Moreover, you can use another media for the orchid, like the bark chips, charcoal, coconut husks, or even some styrofoam pelletes.
Another great idea is by using some framework for the orchid. Remember that when the flowers are blooming, you need to shape them beautiful and nicely. Then use some wooden stick or framework to support the orchid growing.
Elegant Orchid Arrangement
Furthermore, if you want to make the arrangement looks elegant, you can try these examples below. For instance, you can use a glass container, so that the root of the orchid is visible from the outside.
You can also put some variance of orchid in one container. Make sure that the color is match, like the ones below.
Adding some other plants near the orchid? Why not! Succulent are one example of the most popular plants that can be plant near the orchid.