Friday, December 27, 2013

Plant of the Week

It's sad to say that Christmas is gone although there is still a whole new year to celebrate!
This year has come and gone so quickly, which is why, even though Christmas was only just yesterday, we're making our plant of the week the Christmas Cactus! We figured we drag it out one more week before the New Year get's here.
The Christmas Cactus is a Holiday favorite, with vibrant blooms such as rose and cherry red shades, why not have one spruce up your seasonal decor?
The nice thing of such colors is it will last you up until Valentines day!

So have fun with the Christmas Cactus... spread out the Holiday cheer... and have it present to fancy your New Year!

Kifumi on Sac & Co!

In case you guys missed it, here is Kifumi Keppler on Sac & co. ! 
Decorations and the Holiday season do go hand in hand. In this episode, Kifumi goes over just that! Only, instead of finding the same type of decor you see year after year, Kifumi brings something new to the table... really. Discover unique plants, arrangements, and those one of a kind unique decor pieces you wont find anywhere else! So go ahead, splurge a little bit and watch Kifumi Keppler as she goes over things we're sure you haven't seen before! Enjoy

Friday, December 20, 2013

1/2 Poinsettias!

This seasons poinsettias are hitting their peak. Which is why we are giving you the best discount around - 50% off! These beautiful poinsettias are vibrant and come in a variety of festive colors. From marble, white and pink to the at most stunning red, poinsettias look can last all the way through Valentines day!

So take advantage of these great deal. Hurry in before these beauties are gone!

Friday, December 13, 2013

Year End Sale

2014 is almost here and well, we need to make some space for bigger and better plants.
Hence, we would like to ring in this new year with discounts on some of your favorite plants from 15% to 50% off!!! 
This is only while supplies last, so be sure to hurry in here and take advantage of this great deal!

Let's give Christmas some green with a little help of Exotic Plants!

Friday, December 6, 2013

Tumbleweed Chandler

This beauty is a one-of-a-kind. Made by our amazing plant artist & shop manager, Kimberly, she never ceases to amaze us with her abundant creativity and unique plant transformations. Hence, this tumbleweed chandler is beyond anything we could imagine! And as much as we would hate to see it go... it is for sale. Perfect for a dazzling work of art in your home or office. So come and see it before it's gone!

Friday, November 29, 2013

Thanksgiving Arrangement

This beautiful arrangement was made for of our our best customer's Thanksgiving table! With those adorable wood plate coasters, how could it possibly be more festive.
As it turns out, it was a big hit! We couldn't be happier to help her create such a stunning Thanksgiving decor!

Friday, November 15, 2013

Hello Sacramento! 
The Holiday season is upon us and to commemorate this joyous occasion, we are throwing our annual Holiday Gift Boutique on December 14th & 15th. Enjoy beautiful plants, gifts, treasures and much more from our creative friends from all over Sacramento.

So save the date! Have a weekend out and find those one-of-a-kinds gifts everyone is after! We look forward to seeing you.

Monday, November 4, 2013

Plant of the Week

The Monterey Cypress

Excellent sea side plant, resistant to drought, good in containers and for bonsai specimen. Foliage is golden to chartreuse and has a lemon scent when even slightly crushed. Must have full sun and does well in moderately dry soils, and can grow in those not too well drained and fairly moist. there are several other cultivars that are similar to this one but vary in size and foliage characteristics.

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Monday, October 28, 2013

Plant of the Week

The Miniature Fiddle Leaf Fig

This trending plant GROWS popularity everyday. However, it seems buying a full size fiddle leaf can take your wallet to the cleaners! People want the look without breaking the bank. At the same time, you want a quality plant, one who has been cared for from seed to door. Unfortunately, most superstores that sell plants die months or even weeks after purchasing. Yikes!

For a limited time, purchase a miniature fiddle leaf from us at Exotic Plants. These plants wont stay miniature forever, as long as you provide the right love and care. Or, if you prefer them small, there are things you can do for that too.

Buying a plant from us is the best investment you can make. You're getting a high quality, long lasting plant. And we help you step by step to keep it that way. Better yet, if you need help with any plant, we're here to help.

So, if you're after the look of only a Fiddle Leaf Fig can provide and want the most bang for your buck, contact us! 916.922.4769

We would love to bring the joy of Green to your home!

Monday, October 21, 2013

Plant of the Week

With over 113 species, the cattleya is sure to please any decor look. Moreover, the one listed is of the rarest variety making this a hot item in our shop. The color is sweat pea with blasts of fuchsia. A big favorite of our staff. To find out more about this amazing flower, call us at 916.922.4769

Monday, October 14, 2013

Plant of the Week

The "Barefoot Mailman" Cattleya Orchid

Monday, October 7, 2013

Plant of the week

The Dendrobium is a close second to America's favorite orchid, namely the Phalaenopsis being no. 1. This lovely orchid comes in a large variety of colors, shapes and sizes. Making it not only a fave, but incredibly versatile too! As one can see, this is an orchid to love! And with much love comes great responsibility.
Which is why we took the liberty to give you step by step care basics to help your orchid grow!

Light: This orchid is much more tolerant with light than the others.  It can withstand direct morning sun followed by an afternoon of dim. Best to keep it in a lit room though.

Water: Water about once a week: It's best to allow medium to almost dry between watering. Check the soil with your finger, don't fear getting dirty! It's very important to check for moisture. If there is, don't water!
And rule of thumb - DO NOT LET IT STAND IN WATER. If your orchid has a saucer, check it regularly. If there is any water in it at all, dump it immediately. Having an orchid stand in water will cause root rot and the whole plant will eventually die due to drowning.

Life Cycle: The blooms last about 6 weeks at a time.

What to do when blooms die? When the blooms are done, cut the sprays* just where they meet the canes*.  Canes produce several sprays from the upper leaf axils* each year. Fertilize with high nitrogen fertilizer to support this rapid plant growth. Water weekly and use a balanced fertilizer (12-12-12) twice each month. For more orchid care tips, visit us at or join us for the 1st Saturday of every month at our FREE orchid workshop!

* See picture

Friday, October 4, 2013

Autumn Orchids!

We love autumn. With beautiful colors of oranges, yellows and reds... this is the time of year we look forward to the most! Which is why we are so excited to show off our new shipment of Autumn inspired orchids. Brilliant shades of autumns most notorious colors, these are a must have for any decor! So go ahead, enjoy some of nature's finest!

Monday, September 30, 2013

Plant of the Week: Croton

The season is all about colors. Fall colors that is. And the Croton plant resembles it perfectly.
Bring the beauty of autumn to your home with the beautiful Croton plant.

Monday, September 23, 2013

Plant of the Week


The zygopetalum is an exotic species of orchid, grown in the remote regions of the South American rain forest. Its stunning, fragrant flowers make it a popular orchid to grow indoors. Though, due to it's hard to  reach home, this beauty is not easily accessible. Which is why when this orchid graced our doors, we immediately decided to have it as our plant of the week!

Realitively, it is easy to care for. Good bright, indirect light and a nice drink should do the trick. Although, we figured it's best to have it broken down. Thanks to the real professionals at  they were able to make that possible. So here it is, step by step.

Temperature: Zygopetalum orchids will tolerate considerable summer heat as long as they have mild nighttime temperatures between 50-65 degrees F. Exposure to cold temperatures (down to 28 degrees F) for a few hours each night will not damage an acclimatized plant, but once the plant spikes or flowers, it should be protected from temperatures below 35 degrees F. Always keep these plants free from frost.
Light: Your Zygopetalum enjoys the morning and afternoon sun but should be protected from hot midday sunlight. A light green leaf with just a hint of yellow indicates that the plant is receiving the maximum amount of sun it can take; a dark green leaf indicates that it needs more sunlight.

 Watering of Zygopetalum is a delicate balancing act. They should not be allowed to go dry, yet they don't care for a soggy environment either. Watering once every seven to ten days is about right. As with everything else, special consideration must be given for the drying effects of varying ambient air temperature and humidity.

Feeding: High nitrogen fertilizers (25-9-9) should be used from February until July, while low nitrogen fertilizers (6-25-25) should be used from August until January. Feed one teaspoon to a gallon of water once a month.
Repot: Repot every two to three years from February to June with a well-draining medium. Fine bark is suitable in mild summer climates, while a finer medium Orchid Mix works well in warmer summer areas.

This purple variation is the only one in our shop.
So you better hurry before it's gone!
Call us 916.922.4769

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Orchid Workshop

Learn all about the fundamentals of orchid care from professional plant care and design specialist, Kifumi Keppler, Owner and Founder of Exotic Plants. 

Her extensive background in horticultural care and aesthetic design will leave you with a whole new look at growing orchids and using them to create your ideal interior environment. You'll come away knowing how to keep your orchids alive and thriving for many years to come!

You'll learn the secrets of:
  • Re-blooming                                                                                     
  • Watering
  • Lighting
  • Re-potting
  • Basic Care
  • And much more                                                              
Overall, the workshop is very thorough and can help you produce amazing results with your orchids at home. Not to mention that it's fun and lively, perfect for a fun outing!

Be sure to remember our Tent Sale! Find some great deals on palms, orchids, bromeliads, and other "gently used" plants. An abundance of greenery is just waiting to spruce up your home at amazing discounts! 

Tent Sale   10 am to 3 pm  
Shop hours: 10 am - 6 pm

Workshop is 11 am - 12:30 pm

See you there!

Cost: FREE
Parking: FREE
RSVP at 916.922.4769
or email us:

Monday, September 16, 2013

Plant of the Week: Dracaena Colorama

The autumn season is swiftly approaching and we're ready to celebrate it's arrival. Which is why we've chosen the beautiful Dracaena Colorama as our plant of the week. With it's stunning reds, greens and oranges we find it very complimentary to our upcoming fall decor. 
It's nice change from your basic green which is why we believe it will accommodate anyone who likes the "out of the ordinary" look. 

So bring the colors of fall home with the Dracaena Colorama.
Call us today at 916.922.4769

Friday, September 13, 2013

Monday, September 9, 2013

Plant of the Week

The Tiger Crow Odontocidium Orchid.

This hybrid brings the joy of autumn to your home. The orchid is a range of fall colors like deep yellows, oranges, and spots of red. It creates a natural appearance in your home along with a sweet fragrance.

The orchid is relatively easy to care for.

Be sure to keep in bright, indirect light with  a decent drink once a week.

Any need for more care information, please call us at 916.922.4769
Or join us for our monthly workshops the first Saturday of every month.

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Plant of the Week: Anthurium

Plant of the Week: The red anthurium

The anthurium is a very popular house plant for it's large, dark, velvety green leaves and stunning red spathes. Anthuriums overall have very easy care, attractive foliage and with the right care, can bloom all year round. They're very durable and can survive some remarkable conditions. 

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Plant of the Week


As the summer starts to dwindle, the chill of the following season starts to settle in. And succulents become a must have! These little artsy plants love a little chill factor and a little rain. Coming from rural, chill-to-the-bone coastlines, the perfect time to start your succulent collection is now! Moisture, light, and a little love is all they really need to flourish. And right now, we have a large selection to choose from, so be sure to stop by and grow your succulent collection with us!

Monday, August 19, 2013

Success Story!

Orchid Workshop Success Story

" The orchid workshop was one of my first plant experiences ever! Having a love for orchids over many years did not guarantee that they'd survive under my care. Poor things didn't stand a chance until that fateful day when I learned everything I needed to know to help my orchids thrive. I can stand proud and declare --- not only are my orchids living well, but they are actually showing signs of flowering stalks! I've never experienced this type of success!
Thank you Kifumi for sharing your vast knowledge and expertise of plants and orchid care." - NI

Remember, our Free orchid workshop is on Saturday, September 7th from 11 am - 12:30pm. Seats are filling! Call to reserve yours before they're gone!

Plant of the Week

The Brachycaulos is one of the more common species in the Tillandsia (air plant) family. Although it may be a usual specimen in the plant world, it stands a part from the rest for it's beautiful bloom. When it turns red, its ready bloom a most spectacular flower. It's blends in a bit in the photo, but located in the middle of the plant is a sprout coming through. With lots of light and love it surely will be a stunning piece in our shop.

We recommend tillandsias for their easy care and overall versatility. They are root-less. Meaning, no soil required! You can place them in any pot, glass, or container, as long as they are in good, bright in-direct light. Watering should take place once a week. Either soak them in water for 30 minutes or a give them good spray and that should do the trick.

Be sure to check out our pinterest page to see creative tillandsia arrangments and terrariums! There are endless possibilities with the Tillandsia!

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Yellow Tag Sale

Stunning orchids are 40% off for a limited time. Hurry in and get amazing orchids for an incredible price!
Call today 916.922.4769

Free Orchid Workshop

Learn all about the fundamentals of orchid care from professional plant care and design specialist, Kifumi Keppler, Owner and Founder of Exotic Plants. 

Her extensive background in horticultural care and aesthetic design will leave you with a whole new look at growing orchids and using them to create your ideal interior environment. You'll come away knowing how to keep your orchids alive and thriving for many years to come!

You'll learn the secrets of:
  • Re-blooming                                                                                     
  • Watering
  • Lighting
  • Re-potting
  • Basic Care
  • And much more                                                              
Overall, the workshop is very thorough and can help you produce amazing results with your orchids at home. Not to mention that it's fun and lively; perfect for a fun outing!

Be sure to remember our Tent Sale! Find some great deals on palms, orchids, bromeliads, and other "gently used" plants. An abundance of greenery is just waiting to spruce up your home at amazing discounts! 

Monday, August 12, 2013

Plant of the Week

Santa Rosa Dracaena

This beautiful plant is one of the most unique in the Dracaena family.
With pops of color and the intriguing variegation, it makes a stunning plant for any decor. Not to mention, this is an incredible hardy plant! Overall, a great choice for any plant lover!

Monday, August 5, 2013

Handcrafted Wood Bowl

Handcrafted Bowl
This wood bowl was handcrafted by an expert wood artist from the Sacramento area. Prevalent in 2006, this artist was very well known for his craftsmanship in taking the roots of trees and transforming them into breathtaking pieces of art. The bowl pictured is made from redwood burl, a rich deep burgundy wood with a bright toffee edge. The artist, apart from other carvers, used his skills to create a wavy appearance on the lip of the bowl. Which gives its defining feature of being one of the most unique bowls on the market.
The artist, as we're aware of, no longer creates these beauties - making this a one-of-a-kind.
This work of art is $950 and well worth the price!

Hand Crafted Wood Bowl

Made from the same artist, this bowl is also one-of-a-kind. The sweet toffee color makes a perfect touch to create a lighter approach to any decor.

The craftsmanship of the bowl is outstanding! Made from a root from a tree in Thailand, this bowl speaks quality and beauty.

This is unlike any wood bowl you've ever seen.

This work of art is also $950 . A reasonable asking price for such an incredible piece that you wont find anywhere else!

Plant of the Week:

Grammatophyllum Orchid

This beautiful Hawaiian Native is finally in season!!
2 vibrant green grammatophyllums are left in our shop! These are statement makers. Bring one home and see just what kind of statement it can make for you!
Call us before they're gone!! 916.922.4769 

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Plant of the Week

The Ginko Biloba Bonsai

The ginkgo is a very distinctive tree which makes it great for bonsai. Its fan shaped leaves consisting of two lobes turn bright golden yellow in fall. It has been referred to as the tree of forty gold crowns. Ginkgo are also known as the maidenhair tree because their leaves resemble that of the maidenhair fern.

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Strangler Fig

(Ficus Aurea) Strangler fig, aka Love tree, embraces and strangles their host by wrapping their trunks around them. These trees grow in the dark forests and begin life as epiphytes (plants that grow on trees). It uses the host plant for support and as it grows it tends to kill the original tree.
This is a very unique and almost artistically grown Ficus Aurea. With it's intriguing history, it makes a captivating statement in any home -- not to mention a great conversation piece!
Be sure to stop by and see it today!

Monday, July 22, 2013

Plant of the Week

Plant of the Week: Ficus - Benjamina Variegated. (Weeping Fig)

Ficus Benjamina is one of the most popular houseplants that is grown specially for it's decorative shiny, green oval leaves, it can be prune to almost any shape and size, grown as an evergreen tree or large shrub in offices and used for interior landscaping. Cultivars are available with variegated foliage, wavy leaves and pendulous branches. Weeping fig stems are often trained in ornamental shapes, while the stems are young and flexible they may be braided, spiraled or twisted into different shapes.

They can grow as tall as the indoor space will allow, but they can easily be pruned to a suitable height and shape. These indoor trees are generally easy to grow if you give them enough light and proper care. Weeping figs grow best in a bright indirect or curtain-filtered sunlight position, but they will handle some direct sun if the humidity is high. Variegated cultivars grow best in somewhat lower light. Weeping figs prefer warm temperatures, in the night 18-21 Celsius degrees (65-70 F) and over the day 24-26 Celsius degrees (75-85 F) are ideal temperatures.

During periods of active growth, make sure you keep the soil evenly moist, but the soil should be allowed to dry slightly between watering during the winter and other times of low growth. Weeping figs should never be waterlogged or allowed to sit in water in their saucers because the roots will easily rot. They prefer high humidity, so wash your ficus leaves occasionally with plain warm water - this will help the leaves breathe and improved their appearance. Mist leaves frequently, especially in hot weather. Use tepid water for this operation.

Healthy plants should be fed every moth or two during the growing season, usine a liquid fertilizer. Weeping figs can tolerate being slightly root bound, but if the plants will become too crowded, the new leaves that appear will be small and the growth will slow. Re-pot your tree in late winter or early spring, using a general purpose potting soil. They will grow in most soils, but prefer the well-drained ones, and are drought-resistant once established.

Plants can be pruned to shape as needed. They will even tolerate hard pruning to reduce their size if necessary, but if you have to prune them so hard just remember to reduce watering levels to severely pruned plants.

The most common problem of weeping figs is leaf drop. They seem to react to almost any stress by shedding their leaves. Over-watering, under-watering, drafts, lack of nitrogen and low light can all be causes of leaf drop. They often shed leaves when moved to a new location or re-potted, but if growth conditions are adequate it will adapt to its new location and stop dropping leaves, then healthy new growth will appear.

You can propagate weeping figs at any season by air layering, or by cuttings that are best taken in summer and using a rooting hormone and provide bottom head. Sow seeds at 15-21 Celsius degrees (59-70 F) in spring.


Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Free Orchid Workshop

Hey Orchid fans out there!
Our FREE Orchid workshop is 3 weeks away. Saturday, August 3rd from 11 am - 12:30 pm.
Learn all the tricks and know-how for your orchids!
Kifumi Keppler, owner of Exotic Plants means business when it comes to your orchids care. I mean, she's only been an orchid expert for over 40 years!! So take advantage of this great opportunity and learn from the best at no cost for you! Just bring yourself and a friend and have a fun afternoon out with Kifumi at her orchid workshop.
Call to RSVP 916.922.4769

Monday, July 15, 2013

Plant of the Week

Tillandsia Xerographica

The king of air plants, the xerograhpica tillandsia is by far the most exotic and stunning plant of it's kind. The plant is from some very remote areas in Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. Making it not only beautiful but rare to get as well.
The silvery green color with thick curly leaves sets it apart from the average plant. Of course, being an air plant, leaves endless ideas with placement and creativity.
See, air plants are very easy to care for because it doesn't need soil. It stands alone... ready to be used in cute arrangements, terrariums, frames and much much more.
All it needs is either a good soak in water for 30 minutes a week or good spritz of water weekly or more.
And, don't forget - bright INDIRECT light. What we mean is place this beauty in a bright room without direct sunlight. So basically don't place it under the suns painful rays. (Plants can get sunburned too.)
Though, at the same time, a room that doesn't stay bright or needs an abundance of artifical light to stay lit... this tillandsia wont like it too much. So bright indirect light is key.

Right now, we have a few in our shop. This beauties wont be around for long so be sure to stop by and snag one for yourself. And remember, we have the pick your discount... savings up to 50% off! Who can beat that?

For any additional questions about the Tillandsia Xerogrphica don't hesitiate to ask ;)

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Pick your own Discount!

Yes, our favorite discount is back!
Pick your own discount allows you to PICK the discount. We mean, you come to our shop, choose the plant(s) that you've always wanted and once you come up to the counter and pay, there is a container FULL of discounted pebbles waiting to be chosen. You choose one, of course, but the fun is endless! Little brown pebbles have percentages written on them that give you that amount off your purchase! From 15% to 50% off, these discounted rocks make digging fun! 
So be sure to tell friends and family about this amazing discount. We want you to be in control, to get your greenery at an amazing price!
Hurry in! All this excitement will be ending fast! 
(Discount expires Aug. 31st. No double discounts. In-store use only. Ask a Sales Associate for more details)

Monday, July 8, 2013

Plant of the Week

Plant of the Week: The Song of India

Monday, July 1, 2013

Friday, June 28, 2013

Birch Succulent Arrangements

We know, we know... succulents are too cute. And so is birch, actually. So we decided to collaborate the two. And can we just tell you... OMG... it turned out fabulous!
We added different shapes and colors of rugged succulents along with some spanish moss and threw them together in a woodsy birch container. And Viola! We created something beautiful!

Needless to say, we love these little guys! So much so we put together a little artsy collage to commemorate these little beauties (not to mention they were sold faster than we could say PLANTS). So we hope you enjoy them. They are exotic after all.

Thursday, June 27, 2013

We're Branching Out!

Exotic Plants normally does indoor plants. Well, it's what we're known for. However, last week we get a call from a beloved client wanting an outdoor / court yard design. Okay. Challenge accepted!
This was during our summer rain. Needless to say, we now know why we prefer doing indoors. Things got wet! We're sure our plants loved it though.
So it turned out better than we hoped for. Our client loved it! Gave us so much praise. We felt great when we were done!! And thank goodness it was done. haha.

Alright, we wanted to toot our horn just a little. This was a big project... quite foreign for us. But for it being "outside" of what we normally do, all we can say is: we branched out! (pun intended)

Monday, June 24, 2013

Arrangement of the Week:

The Speckled Phalenopsis

A living arrangement

Monday, June 17, 2013

Plant of the Week

The Variegated Ming Aralia

There's a handsome plant.
The Ming Aralia has been a plant favorite since the 70's and the popularity couldn't be growing faster.
As you can see, it's very unique and stunning. And being variegated, the leaves have swirls of green and white which create a stunning appearance. 

This plant does need lots of good, indirect light with a nice drink once a week. 
Keep in mind, Ming Aralias do grow up to 5 - 6 ft tall but very slowly. If you think it needs to be re-potted, consult a professional. They can be very temperamental and a move could set it over the edge.

Leave shedding is common, especially when moved into a dimmer area. Be sure to keep them in a bright location, as they will do much better there.

If you have any more questions about Ming Aralias and their care, please call us at 916.922.4769

Monday, June 10, 2013

Plant of the Week

The Persian Shield.

This attractive plant is one of our most popular. With it's vibrant leaves and being easy to care for, the Persian shield has been flying off our shelves every time we set them down! Seeing as though there are a few left in our shop, we knew we had to make this beauty Plant of the Week!
If anything, to grab some more attention before the fly off!

So check them out in our shop before they're gone!!

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Free Orchid Workshop!

Here at our shop learn from a training professional, Kifumi Keppler, Owner of Exotic Plants, as she goes over the fundamentals of Orchid care.
 Her extensive background covers a variety of plant and horticulture care as well as aesthetic arrangements. Not to mention how to keep your orchids alive and thriving for many years to come!
 Discover what it takes for
  • Re-blooming                                                                                     
  • Watering
  • Lighting
  • Re-potting
  • Basic Care
  • And much more                                                              
Overall, the workshop is very thorough and can produce amazing results with your orchids at home. Not to mention that it's fun and lively; perfect for a fun afternoon out!

Be sure not to forget about our Tent Sale! Find some great deals on palms, re-bloomed orchids, bromeliads, and other "gently used" plants. An abundance of greenery is just waiting to spruce up your home at amazing discounts! 

So check us out at 1833 Howe Ave.  in the Cost Plus Shopping Center.

Tent Sale starts at  10 am to 3 pm  (Shop open 10 am - 6 pm)
Workshop is noon to 1:30 pm

See you there!

Cost: FREE
Parking: FREE
RSVP at 916.922.4769
or email us:

Monday, June 3, 2013

Plant of the Week:

The Brassocattleya Orchid.

This is a very rare species of Orchid. This flower is a part of the Cattleya family, a very beautiful and unique kind of orchid. 
It's a stunning shade of purple with spotted mouths with a splash of yellow.

Due to limited quantity, this orchid will not be around for long. In fact, we have about 2 left in our shop! 

If anything, be sure to come in and see this beauty!