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This is a discussion on Definition: BS, NBS, S within the Phalaenopsis ('moth orchid') Information forums, part of the Frequently Asked Questions category; BS = Blooming Size NBS = Near Blooming Size S = Seedling I was just ...
BS = Blooming Size
NBS = Near Blooming Size
S = Seedling
I was just looking for some clarification before buying. I'm assuming blooming size means they are currently blooming? and Seedlings may not even blood this year?
You will need to check the vendor website or speak with them on the phone. Different places have different ideas about what is blooming size and what is a seedling. BTW - please read the FAQs on posting. Thanks.