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Dtps. Kenneth Schubert PHOTO

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    I came across this plant at a box store a few years back with a 10 dollar price tag on it...picked it up and dropped it into my mom's phal collection. "orchid blue".


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    I like it. nice pic too.

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    Very nice.
    Great shape & colour.

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    I really like it! Can't say I have any blue phals, and I admire your mom's.

    Lisa

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    Another lovely phal today! I love the crystalline look of this one. I find myself noticing now that orchids seem to really have that sparkliness more than any other group of flowers. I wonder why? Others, like roses, are really more velvety looking and lack that sparkle and luster. Another reason I love these plants.

    Thanks for sharing!

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    Haven't seen a phal with "blue" lip before. Very nice, nice sparkles also.

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