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Phals fasciata, lueddemanniana, and pulchra

This is a discussion on Phals fasciata, lueddemanniana, and pulchra within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I the pulchra and its intense color. Thanks for posting. Cheers, BD...

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    I the pulchra and its intense color. Thanks for posting.

    Cheers,
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    Hi Nelson,
    Love all your pictures.. what kind of tree the plant attached to?

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    Erly,

    I don't know. I had my caretaker call for cut boughs 1-3 inches in diameter,about a foot long. Thats where many of my plants are mounted in. The area is a coffee-growing town, so I would imagine a lot of them are from dead coffee trees.

    The lueddemanniana however was obtained last year from someone else, who has been growing it in that stump for about 10 years. She does not remember from what tree it was.

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