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Phalaenopsis yellow beauty

This is a discussion on Phalaenopsis yellow beauty within the Phalaenopsis ('moth orchid') Information forums, part of the Frequently Asked Questions category; This is the first re bloom of this beauty -yellow beauty. I like it, the ...

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    Default Phalaenopsis yellow beauty

    This is the first re bloom of this beauty -yellow beauty. I like it, the yellow is more intense than what I managed to capture on film but even so I think it still looks nice.









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    Very nice! Love the color, flower presentation is very nice! It's amazing that how breeders can make such perfect genetics!

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    Thanks Alex. So is this a hybrid then? I though that yellow beauty was a species.

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    That's a gorgeous phalaenopsis. Congratulations on the new blooms.

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    Phalaenopsis Yellow Beauty is a hybrid. It is a cross between Phalaenopsis Golden Sun and Phalaenopsis Salu Beauty. Pretty orchid blooms!

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    Ditto to Bruce. These names usually are names from hybrids. Because the species names were made usuing different languages.

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    Very pretty yellow phal.

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    Absolutely beautiful... mine only got 4 flowers

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    This is a beautiful yellow Phal., congratulations!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerardhp1998 View Post
    Absolutely beautiful... mine only got 4 flowers

    Ha ha four is better than three!

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