What is the plant
Most people are introduced to orchids through phalaenopsis orchids—a good beginner's orchid. These are thick-leaved plants with elegant, arching sprays of blooms seen in so many design magazines and sitting on coffee tables across America.
Orchids in the genus Phalaenopsis are monopodial epiphytic, sometimes lithophytic herbs with long, coarse roots and short leafy stems hidden by overlapping leaf bases. The leaves are usually arranged in two rows, relatively large and leathery, oblong to elliptic and sometimes succulent.
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