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New Phal Noids

This is a discussion on New Phal Noids within the Genus Specific forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Hello All; Our local flea markets have hidden treasures if you look far enough. Today ...

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    Smile New Phal Noids

    Hello All;
    Our local flea markets have hidden treasures if you look far enough. Today I picked up two Phals, neither had a tag, but these two were so nice I didn't even care for a change! I'm am guessing the miniature phal has some Doritis Pulcherrma to it (did i spell that right?). It also is three plants in one as it has keikei'd twice over and the grower left it this way. Should I separate the plants? Or just let it grow the way it is? The second and larger Phal, i'm guessing, has Doritnopsis in it's name as it's leaves are med. sized and it is branching nicely as such a small plant. Both are purple/pink...but your guess is as good as mine when it comes to names.
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    Wow, who'da thought?? I love the yellow on the lip
    Lucky you!
    Valerie

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    I'd separate the keiki's, but then I'm a geedy b*tch! But the way I look at it, they take alot away from Mum and they get you so much cred with whoever you give them to! I'm not a nice person! Judi

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    That's funny Judi. I think I'll be the same when I get my first keiki It's just a good way to get more chids without paying for them.

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    Very nice - great buy! I am going through an I want a new plant phase and am having to steer myself away from practically every florist and supermarket at the moment just in case I end up buying more!

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    I had been depriving myself as the last couple times at the local nurseries I came home with way too many. But, an empty spot on a shelf simply won't be denied. lol
    So glad to have found my fellow orchid collectors, esp. since most of the collections around here make mine look tiny.

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