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NOID phal. , Any suggestions?

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    Default NOID phal. , Any suggestions?

    I got this little guy a couple years ago and it has been a good bloomer since I've had it. Can any of you suggest what it might be?
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    Looks like there might be some bellina in the hybrid, but that's as far as I am willing guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnnaEA View Post
    Looks like there might be some bellina in the hybrid, but that's as far as I am willing guess.
    I agree.
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    It is cute, but it will be a difficult task to get an exact identification on a phal hybrid. Enjoy the blooms - they are pretty!

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    The flower facing almost upwards in the first pic I pollinated with pollen from a Phal "Baldan's Kaleidoscope", and even though the pollenium has been removed, the flower is staying fresh, so maybe the pollenation is going to take and I'll have some new hybrids!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    The flower facing almost upwards in the first pic I pollinated with pollen from a Phal "Baldan's Kaleidoscope", and even though the pollenium has been removed, the flower is staying fresh, so maybe the pollenation is going to take and I'll have some new hybrids!
    Hi Danny the best always get the fresh flower rather than the old one because it will determine the viability of the seedpod and sometimes seedpod is very huge nice to our eye but inside no seed at all but only white fluffy fibers.

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    The flower was only open for a couple days befire I pollinated. I removed the pollen mass from the flower facing straight at the picture at the same time I pollinated the other flower, who's pollen mass also popped off when I placed the baldan's kaliedoscope pollen inside, the unpollinated one is pretty well closed up now but the pollinated one is still open, and the base of the stem is a slight bit darker than the others. I know its too soon to tell, but I think it will be a great looking hybrid, if it takes.

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    Actually, I think it looks alot like a Phal. "Brother Pepride", except the flowers are small- only a bit over an inch across.

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