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Phal Dragons Charm

This is a discussion on Phal Dragons Charm within the Genus Specific forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Just bought this today & few other 'chids. 2 out of flower Phals for $20.1 ...

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    Default Phal Dragons Charm

    Just bought this today & few other 'chids.
    2 out of flower Phals for $20.1 of the Phals (Phal Cool Breeze) i already have but it,s a huge plant.1 off the leaves is 18" long.
    My question what the hell does Phal Dragon Charm look like ?
    I know it,s Phal Tapie Gold x Phal Barbara Moler.
    It almost looks like a species phal.

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    Doh
    Just found this.
    http://www.mcbeansorchids.co.uk/phal_3.htm

    Just added an "s" to Dragon & Google it & it was the first hit.

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    Steve,

    Very healthy plant - good buy! The flowers are lovely too. I'm just wondering what charm a dragon might posess?

    Julie

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    I actually like the way the growth looks, is it unusual to have Phals show a very pronounced 'stem' like that... it's very kewl...

    Cheers
    Tim

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    *Very* good buy. That's an extremely happy and healthy plant.

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    Good looking plant . nice find ! Gin

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