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This is a discussion on Currently blooming within the OrchidTalk Members Grow Area - Photos forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Hi Connie, Unfortunately the spotted Phal doesn't have a tag ... I bought it _from ...

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    Hi Connie,
    Unfortunately the spotted Phal doesn't have a tag ...
    I bought it _from a German person who described it as a hybrid.
    Pretty but unknown!
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    Default My humble setup..

    Hello all, here are my currently blooming orchids: I've been growing them primarily under lights in my laundry husband did build me a free
    standing greenhouse last Fall but I'm thinking of devoting that to succulents and keeping the orchids either in the house or around my koi pond in a sheltered area..I'm very excited about this site and hope to learn more about these wonderful plants! The ones that aren't blooming are my problem children..oncidiums,dendrobriums and brassia..I may have to rethink my potting material...I don't think light is the issue??

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    All are very nice orchids-nice mix of colors too---i think the stripped yellow Phal in 2nd lot could be-Phalaenopsis Pallens-from the Philippines-mine not yet in flower but here's an older pic.Name:  IMG-1-Phalaenopsis Pallens.JPG
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