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  • Phalanopsis Orchids RSS Feed

    by Published on September 18th, 2007 11:37 AM     Number of Views: 8562 
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    So what is normal for a phalenopsis leaf? (Or how can I tell if I’m growing it right? J )

    Although ...
    by Published on May 22nd, 2007 03:54 PM     Number of Views: 7104 
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    Growing the Phalaenopsis Orchid (Moth Orchid)
    By: Bruce B. Brown
    River Valley Orchidworks, OrchidTalk Orchid Forum

    Phalaenopsis or Phals as they are commonly called are one of the easiest orchids for the home grower because they like the conditions we like in our homes. They are a favorite among many because the flowers are showy and can last on beautiful ...

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