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Species Phals.

This is a discussion on Species Phals. within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Yea, it's a wild cultivar so does not have the refined blooms of those that ...

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    Yea, it's a wild cultivar so does not have the refined blooms of those that have been bred to be perfectly round. Love the plant though . Just discovered the first spike on my other clone today. Didn't expect anything from it until next year! Also, trying to decided if I should purchase a bellina "Nancy"

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    I love bellinas--and they always smell wonderful. I love the purple on yours. And the second flower is lovely!

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    Both of those are gorgeous, I cant decide which I prefer and the shape of the first one may not be 'perfect' in some peoples eyes but I think she is adorable.

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    beautiful bellinas, I try to have them in my collection soon

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    I love them. Mine seem to be in spike limbo, they have spikes about 1" long but have been that way for months.
    Thanks for the pictures and inspiratioin.

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