The genus Doritaenopsis is closely related to Phalaenopsis. It is a cross between Doritis x Phalaenopsis.
Enormous many different orchids exist in the genus Doritaenopsis. The best features of the two genera Phalaenopsis and Doritis are united in Doritaenopsis. Doritaenopsis often has smaller but very durable flowers. Also, the growth is often quite compact through breeding work. Doritaenopsis are thus suitable for any windowsill. The care is identical to that of Phalaenopsis.
Special orchid care instructions for Doritaenopsis (Dtps.)
They love a partially shaded and warm location. Doritaenopsis may be fertilized every 14 days throughout the year. A steady but not exaggerated irrigation is crucial. The roots should never be in water for a long time. For good ventilation, add expanded clay or pebbles to the planter or peel. Tip: Cut off the stalk by about half when it has withered and within a few weeks the plant can drive a flower stem out of its sleeping eyes. Also a cooler location is good for the bud. Every 1 to 1.5 years the Doritaenopsis should be repotted.