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Phalenopsis in Bloom

This is a discussion on Phalenopsis in Bloom within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Here some of my Phals. in bloom. We very rarely see Yellows here, are they ...

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    Cool Phalenopsis in Bloom

    Here some of my Phals. in bloom. We very rarely see Yellows here, are they abundant elsewhere and do they exist in a deeper Yellow? ENJOY!

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    Like them all, and the yellow one is so delicious. There are more yellow phals available than before, but still not as easy to find as purple and white ones.

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    Those are really nice, Michael. I really like the second photo.

    Cheers,
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    Hi michael very nice to have all these phals in bloom at the same time. I Like the yellow ones too. The most common ones are Phal.Taipei Gold, Brother Lawrence or Sogo Manager (they are quite old hybrids). There are many new hybrids with these varieties as parents now, and there are some beautiful yellows in the Doritaenopsis genera as well.

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