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Welcome to visit! Hoya (Tropical Plant) Site / Orchid Site
Next cutoff date: May 18 at 10:00 pm EST;

FAQ  Imported Orchids  Dicount  Pickup  Delivery  Shipping  Events  Policy Terms
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-> Phal.(85)  Onc.(41)  C.(234)  Den.(106)  V.(28)  Cym.(31)  Paph.(50)  Others(126)  New Released 

In Stock-> Phal.(71)  Onc.(27)  C.(50)  Den.(30)  V.(15)  Cym.(55)  Paph.(29)  Others(31)  Supplies  Supplie-ClayPot 

Welcome to visit! Hoya (Tropical Plant) Site / Orchid Site
Next cutoff date: May 18 at 10:00 pm EST;

FAQ  Imported Orchids  Dicount  Pickup  Delivery  Shipping  Events  Policy Terms
CART    Membership  Login



Pre-order
-> Phal.(85)  Onc.(41)  C.(234)  Den.(106)  V.(28)  Cym.(31)  Paph.(50)  Others(126)  New Released 

In Stock-> Phal.(71)  Onc.(27)  C.(50)  Den.(30)  V.(15)  Cym.(55)  Paph.(29)  Others(31)  Supplies  Supplie-ClayPot 

Imported Orchids Instructions and Care Adviceelivery


We have been working hard to provide customers with high-quality plants and services, and we have also received a lot of affirmation of our plant quality and services in the past period of time. In order to make business and service better, we also continue to improve the deficiencies in the transaction process.

Our business is mainly based on the reservation of imported plants. At the same time, due to the strict management of imported plants by the Canadian government (CFIA), all imported plants need to remove the original planting materials and enter Canada with bare roots. We always understand and abide by the relevant government regulations, even if it affects the state of the plant itself. What we can do is that when customers know the relevant conditions, they can choose plants and have more confidence in the care of new plants.

In orchid gardens all over the world, except for a small number of bare-root cultures, most orchids are planted in media such as sphagnum moss. During the export process, removing the original sphagnum moss will cause the root system to break and produce new wounds, and the wounds have the chance of infection and expansion. Although we only use air freight, the consignment time is strictly controlled within 24-36 hours, and the plants are in the package within 5 days, but for some orchid types, such as Phalaenopsis and Cattleya, and some sensitive varieties. This process is enough to damage the root system. In fact, orchids are relatively strong plants. After some root systems are damaged, through correct methods and procedures, orchids can adapt to the new environment and grow new roots.

For newly imported plants with poor root systems, here are some of our suggested treatment procedures:

1. Remove the bad root system, and let the root system dry for a while to help the wound heal;
2. Cultivate plants on planting materials with moist beds, and spray water every morning and evening to keep the surface moist;
3. Most plants can quickly grow new roots;



At the same time, we would like to emphasize a few points:
1. Please fully understand the relevant situation of import reservation plants. And have basic knowledge of orchid care, and do related care for newly arrived plants;
2. If only perfect plants are accepted, such as the perfect root system of Phalaenopsis sold in supermarkets, newly imported plants cannot meet this standard. For Phalaenopsis, the root system of all imported Phalaenopsis has the problem of breaking (it cannot be avoided when the original sphagnum moss is removed in the Orchid Garden).
3. If you do not have a lot of experience, please do not place an order for Small Size Phalaenopsis, lest you (or us) suffer losses;
4. If you don’t have a lot of experience, you can give priority to our stock orchids, many stock orchids have grown new root systems here.

Your suggestions are always welcome. Thanks.


Imported Orchids Instructions and Care Adviceelivery


We have been working hard to provide customers with high-quality plants and services, and we have also received a lot of affirmation of our plant quality and services in the past period of time. In order to make business and service better, we also continue to improve the deficiencies in the transaction process.

Our business is mainly based on the reservation of imported plants. At the same time, due to the strict management of imported plants by the Canadian government (CFIA), all imported plants need to remove the original planting materials and enter Canada with bare roots. We always understand and abide by the relevant government regulations, even if it affects the state of the plant itself. What we can do is that when customers know the relevant conditions, they can choose plants and have more confidence in the care of new plants.

In orchid gardens all over the world, except for a small number of bare-root cultures, most orchids are planted in media such as sphagnum moss. During the export process, removing the original sphagnum moss will cause the root system to break and produce new wounds, and the wounds have the chance of infection and expansion. Although we only use air freight, the consignment time is strictly controlled within 24-36 hours, and the plants are in the package within 5 days, but for some orchid types, such as Phalaenopsis and Cattleya, and some sensitive varieties. This process is enough to damage the root system. In fact, orchids are relatively strong plants. After some root systems are damaged, through correct methods and procedures, orchids can adapt to the new environment and grow new roots.

For newly imported plants with poor root systems, here are some of our suggested treatment procedures:

1. Remove the bad root system, and let the root system dry for a while to help the wound heal;
2. Cultivate plants on planting materials with moist beds, and spray water every morning and evening to keep the surface moist;
3. Most plants can quickly grow new roots;



At the same time, we would like to emphasize a few points:
1. Please fully understand the relevant situation of import reservation plants. And have basic knowledge of orchid care, and do related care for newly arrived plants;
2. If only perfect plants are accepted, such as the perfect root system of Phalaenopsis sold in supermarkets, newly imported plants cannot meet this standard. For Phalaenopsis, the root system of all imported Phalaenopsis has the problem of breaking (it cannot be avoided when the original sphagnum moss is removed in the Orchid Garden).
3. If you do not have a lot of experience, please do not place an order for Small Size Phalaenopsis, lest you (or us) suffer losses;
4. If you don’t have a lot of experience, you can give priority to our stock orchids, many stock orchids have grown new root systems here.

Your suggestions are always welcome. Thanks.

Imported Orchids Instructions and Care Adviceelivery


We have been working hard to provide customers with high-quality plants and services, and we have also received a lot of affirmation of our plant quality and services in the past period of time. In order to make business and service better, we also continue to improve the deficiencies in the transaction process.

Our business is mainly based on the reservation of imported plants. At the same time, due to the strict management of imported plants by the Canadian government (CFIA), all imported plants need to remove the original planting materials and enter Canada with bare roots. We always understand and abide by the relevant government regulations, even if it affects the state of the plant itself. What we can do is that when customers know the relevant conditions, they can choose plants and have more confidence in the care of new plants.

In orchid gardens all over the world, except for a small number of bare-root cultures, most orchids are planted in media such as sphagnum moss. During the export process, removing the original sphagnum moss will cause the root system to break and produce new wounds, and the wounds have the chance of infection and expansion. Although we only use air freight, the consignment time is strictly controlled within 24-36 hours, and the plants are in the package within 5 days, but for some orchid types, such as Phalaenopsis and Cattleya, and some sensitive varieties. This process is enough to damage the root system. In fact, orchids are relatively strong plants. After some root systems are damaged, through correct methods and procedures, orchids can adapt to the new environment and grow new roots.

For newly imported plants with poor root systems, here are some of our suggested treatment procedures:

1. Remove the bad root system, and let the root system dry for a while to help the wound heal;
2. Cultivate plants on planting materials with moist beds, and spray water every morning and evening to keep the surface moist;
3. Most plants can quickly grow new roots;



At the same time, we would like to emphasize a few points:
1. Please fully understand the relevant situation of import reservation plants. And have basic knowledge of orchid care, and do related care for newly arrived plants;
2. If only perfect plants are accepted, such as the perfect root system of Phalaenopsis sold in supermarkets, newly imported plants cannot meet this standard. For Phalaenopsis, the root system of all imported Phalaenopsis has the problem of breaking (it cannot be avoided when the original sphagnum moss is removed in the Orchid Garden).
3. If you do not have a lot of experience, please do not place an order for Small Size Phalaenopsis, lest you (or us) suffer losses;
4. If you don’t have a lot of experience, you can give priority to our stock orchids, many stock orchids have grown new root systems here.

Your suggestions are always welcome. Thanks.




2024 MagicOasis Orchid Club. MagicOasis2021@gmail.com

All live plants imported under the import permits issued by CFIA.
All live orchids imported under the CITES import permits issued by CWS(if these is any under CITES Appendix I) and the CITES export permits issued by the export governments(under CITES Appendix I & II).

Toronto, CANADA

        
        





2024 MagicOasis Orchid Club. MagicOasis2021@gmail.com

All live plants imported under the import permits issued by CFIA.
All live orchids imported under the CITES import permits issued by CWS(if these is any under CITES Appendix I) and the CITES export permits issued by the export governments(under CITES Appendix I & II).

Toronto, CANADA

                          




2024 MagicOasis Orchid Club. MagicOasis2021@gmail.com

All live plants imported under the import permits issued by CFIA.
All live orchids imported under the CITES import permits issued by CWS(if these is any under CITES Appendix I) and the CITES export permits issued by the export governments(under CITES Appendix I & II).

Toronto, CANADA