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Psy. Memoria Bill Carter

This is a discussion on Psy. Memoria Bill Carter within the Genus Specific forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; You guy may be bore of seeing Psychopsis already. A couple bloom just opened and ...

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    Default Psy. Memoria Bill Carter

    You guy may be bore of seeing Psychopsis already. A couple bloom just opened and like to share with those who still interested One of the flower slip and fell over. About the pod, the last one didn't have any seed. This one is a Brassia x psy cross my finger again. lol I didn't want to start another noid phal thread. Well mind as well enjoy a Butterfly and a moth together.
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    Wow, are all those flowers on one plant? That's one happy Psychopsis Good growing!

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    Nice! Lots of blooms open at the same time on that psy. Great growing!

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    Beautiful plants, your phal is thriving, well done!

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    I really like the last photo of the noid phal. Looking down on the plant, the flowers look like little birds!

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    Nice growing on both! I too am a sucker for those huge whites! Thanks for sharing...
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    sweet Psychopsis blooming!

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    Thank you all for the nice comment

    Quote Originally Posted by Elena View Post
    Wow, are all those flowers on one plant?
    Yes, It all from one plant. I have it for about three years now and the oldest spike is still blooming

    Quote Originally Posted by cindiras View Post
    Looking down on the plant, the flowers look like little birds!
    My mom said the same thing

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    It's interesting to follow the curve in this bloom spike.



    Is that natural? Was the plant turned a few times while the spike was growing?
    Can you "train" spikes like one would train branches on a bonsai?

    Very happy looking Phal. by the way.

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