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my most floriferous Phalaenopsis stuartiana

This is a discussion on my most floriferous Phalaenopsis stuartiana within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; is the first on this alley. It has two spikes and more than 50 blooms ...

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    Default my most floriferous Phalaenopsis stuartiana

    is the first on this alley. It has two spikes and more than 50 blooms open, I think.

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    that is amazing!

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    Outstanding ! mine is in bloom , a wimp next to yours Gin

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    Talking hi

    wow
    mine is in bloom too
    but this!?!??!?!?!
    what a sight
    beautiful

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    WOW, that is well bloomed

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    very amazing!!

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    Default Thank you, ladies and gentlemen. Muchas gracias.

    Stuartianas may have been confused. They bloomed last August-October, and now they bloomed again, some from old spikes.

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    When Nelson posts, "My most floriferous anything" I halt in my tracks and must take a look! I can only repeat the eloquent words of my forum mates . . . "WOW!"

    Nelson, is that one huge serpentine plant that's grown along that trellis? Or are those zillions of separate, floriferous stuartiana?

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    Default Thanks!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Piper View Post
    When Nelson posts, "My most floriferous anything" I halt in my tracks and must take a look! I can only repeat the eloquent words of my forum mates . . . "WOW!"

    Nelson, is that one huge serpentine plant that's grown along that trellis? Or are those zillions of separate, floriferous stuartiana?

    McJulie

    I have not counted, but I think there are more than 50 stuartianas in bloom.

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    Wow,is a understatement ! Great Job. Have Fun,Rich

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