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Phal. NOID

This is a discussion on Phal. NOID within the Phalaenopsis ('moth orchid') Information forums, part of the Frequently Asked Questions category; Hi Everyone, I'm still trying to post a photo of a no-name Phal . If ...

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    Cool Phal. NOID

    Hi Everyone, I'm still trying to post a photo of a no-name Phal. If anyone has an idea of what name it has...Please let me know. Thanks...Betty in Texas



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    That is beautiful, Betty! I love the spots!

    Nice cattleya too!!

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    Very pretty! I wish I could help you out with a name...usually we make up cute names for our no name orchids.

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    Thanks, everyone. I did see a Phal. that looked just like it, and the name was spotted leopard. Guess I'll just call it that. Betty in Texas

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    Very pretty i love these kind of phals...

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