Beginners Friendly Guide on Cattleya Orchid

Beginners Friendly Guide on Cattleya Orchid

Cattleya is a genus of orchids from Costa Rica south to Argentina. Cattleya has a classification in its variety. You can get the best quality Cattleya orchid with a lot of variety from Orchid-Tree. Hence, getting orchids is associated with taking proper care of them. So, keep reading to explore everything necessary for having a Cattleya orchid.

What are the Types of Cattleya Orchids that You can Get?

Here is some best-selling cattleya orchids classification:

  • Cattleya Copper Queen
  • Cattleya Qing Ming Beauty ‘Brilliant’
  • Cattleya Snow White
  • Cattleya (Ctt.) Chief Berry
  • Cattleya Snowflake
  • Cattleya (Rth.) Alpha Plus Rainbow

At Orchid-tree, we can provide you with 250+ more varieties of cattleya orchids.

How to take Care ofCattleya Orchid

We provide you, you care for them. This is the only process by which we can able to see them blooming beautifully.  Cattleya is a sturdy plant that can tolerate much abuse from those who forgot to water them. They can also tolerate high to low-temperature ranges. But that doesn’t mean you will not take care of them. If you are a plant lover then you would love to care about them. Here are some major tips for taking care of them:

  • Light

They can tolerate medium indirect light, but the best light for them is bright indirect light. If the plants are growing in bright sunlight their leaves will be apple green, but in medium sunlight, they will be dark green.

  • Watering

The quantity of watering may vary depending on the weather. You have to feel the medium and when you’re realizing that they are dry, give them some water to them.

  • Fertilizing

Fertilize your plants once a week with Bio-20 or Basfoliar 19:19:19 and once a month with Basfoliar 13-40-13 for their healthy growth and building immunity.


So these are some basic tips for you to care cattleya. You can get an amazing variety of Cattleya orchid from our online store. Buy them and decorate your balcony with love.


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