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Orchids are the perfect gift. With their colourful and fragrant blooms, orchids look and smell great. You can buy orchids in a vase or wrapped in a bouquet, either way they will put a smile on the lucky recipient's face.
There's bound to be something here to suit your style and budget preferences.
Send Chocolates, Wine & More With Your Orchids
Why not make the gesture extra special with some chocolates, teddy bears, balloons, wine, champagne and more? Simply click on one of our beautiful orchid arrangements you see above, and choose from one of the available options (to the right of the flower picture on your pc, or below the flower picture on your mobile).
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Next Day Delivery
We can deliver your orchids on the next business day to a house, business premise or hospital. We deliver across the Sydney metropolitan area. You can check if we deliver flowers to your location by entering the postcode in our postcode checker at the bottom of this page.
Moth orchids form a cluster of plain green or spotted, fleshy, broad, strap-like leaves that grow from the rootstock. Arching flower stems reach above the foliage carrying up to 20 often pendent flowers that have 2 large, winglike, horizontal petals; 3 smaller and narrower sepals; and a conspicuous, usually lobed lip. The wings are the origin of the common name the moth orchid though in the fancier hybrids the sepals are often almost as large as the petals, creating a rather round flower. The color range is enormous, especially in pink and gold shades.
Flowering Season: Summer, Autumn, Winter, Spring
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