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Malaysian Violacea

This is a discussion on Malaysian Violacea within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; These flowers has different colour variations from other clones. Very nice fragance different from bellina. ...

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    Smile Malaysian Violacea

    These flowers has different colour variations from other clones. Very nice fragance different from bellina. Free flowering.Short flower spikes.
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    What a great color!

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    Not often seen that dark like this one.
    Beautiful.

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    Almost as dark as a pulchra. You must be a happy owner. What kind of light do you provide them while in spike?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiovannaD View Post
    Almost as dark as a pulchra. You must be a happy owner. What kind of light do you provide them while in spike?
    Just under the normal shade since the season here are wet and hot.

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