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New Blooms

This is a discussion on New Blooms within the Eye Candy forums, part of the Land Plants category; Hello everyone? Here is a few pictures I like to share. Anyone know how to ...

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    Hello everyone? Here is a few pictures I like to share. Anyone know how to upload more then 4 picture in you post. Hope everyone enjoy like I do The first and last are Tolumnea (all four blooms are from the same plant), Howeara Lava Burst, Psychopsis is a small plant compare to the other one I have. The leaf is about 5 inches long. The spike is about 10 inches tall.
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    Chiloschista parishii, and the two phal are Noid.
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    the green phal is Mem. Grand Mother. Now it have more bloom. Other Phal is just noid. The yellow Tolumnia with poke dots is carnival costume summer sprite, and the other Tolumnia is from the same plant. The white bloom was from the first spike and the yellow is from the second spike 5 months apart. As the bloom get older purple strike appear at the bottom half of the bloom.
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    Nice blooms!

    And as for the photo question, I don't believe you can upload more than four. If you are thinking this because you have seen posts with more than four, some of us host the photos elsewhere and simply link to them, which isn't the same as uploading since the data isn't actually transferred to the server. In that case you can post more photos.

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    The white bloom is angcm leonis, yellow is noid, spider is a noid, and the front growing area. Thank you for looking.
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    Those are beautiful blooms you got there.
    Very happy orchids

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    quite a bit n bloom!! stunning!

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    Very lovely collection. Congrats!

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    Um, I think your yellow/green phal is called 'popcorn ball'....had one recently that I let a friend have. The guy at the nursery fussed bigtime over it. lol
    Nice pictures, I love the phals....
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    Beautiful blooms, you have a lot of variety, that's great. It gives me some ideas on what to get next, I like the Howeara Lava burst a lot and the Tolumnias are really cute!

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