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This is a discussion on just a few within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Phal Zuma Pixie 'Kultana' actually had 5 blooms at once for a nanosecond there. Cute ...

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    Phal Zuma Pixie 'Kultana' actually had 5 blooms at once for a nanosecond there. Cute lil un that blooms off and one for me all year. Hopefuly once it gets bigger it will be able to hold more flowers.



    Got this one a show earlier this year. I got mine in bud rather than in bloom so had to wait a bit for "pay day". The other spike had two flowers but they finished and were gone before the second spike had fully bloomed.





    Say hi to Stu. Got him at an orchid auction a few years ago.





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    Very nice collection of the small Phals. The more petite are looked over due to their size sometimes but I think they are just beautiful. Miniature little beauties.....great job!
    Connie

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    Very nice. I particularly like the Mini Mark -- the spots are so symetrical.

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    I love the last one!!!

    Cheers,
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    I like the mini mark one.
    Before I found this forum, I grow some orchids, buy one or two from here or there. Orchid itch comes and goes as season changes, and I switch from one hobby to another.
    Now I am afraid that looking at everyone else's bloom, orchid itch is not fading any time soon...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lizgeo View Post
    I like the mini mark one.
    Before I found this forum, I grow some orchids, buy one or two from here or there. Orchid itch comes and goes as season changes, and I switch from one hobby to another.
    Now I am afraid that looking at everyone else's bloom, orchid itch is not fading any time soon...
    LOL. I totally understand!

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    Lovely Mini Mark. Good job.

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    Looove the Mini Mark. I've seen other Zuma Pixies, but they didn't seem so pink, but more purpley. Is that an accurate color representation of the 'Kultana'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfrizz743 View Post
    I've seen other Zuma Pixies, but they didn't seem so pink, but more purpley. Is that an accurate color representation of the 'Kultana'?
    No, rather a result of taking the pic with the bloom in sunlight. It is actually very purple -- closer to the shade of this color in which I'm posting.

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    Count me in as a member of the Mini Mark fan club. Those beautiful blooms make me reconsider my Phal-phobia ...

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