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P Yungho Gelb Canary 'Shy-Hwa'

This is a discussion on P Yungho Gelb Canary 'Shy-Hwa' within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This little phal is a knock out, amazing color, and the scent, is unbeliveable. First ...

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    Default P Yungho Gelb Canary 'Shy-Hwa'



    This little phal is a knock out, amazing color, and the scent, is unbeliveable. First blooming for me.

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    The yellow-green color is really something! Thanks for sharing!

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    You don't find Phals with fragrance around much--too bad there's not a file type for it you could upload and share--filename.scent!

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    Everspring had thier annual open house this weekend. I went and twelve Phals followed me home, including a double spiking P Yungho Gleb Canary. I can wait to smell mine when it blooms. I think this clone may of won a AM/AOS. Can someone confirm this?

    I took a few pictures before the battery in my camera died, I'll post them if anyones interested...

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    Twelve? That makes me look conservative!

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    Yeah, twelve... Prices were very good and my grow stand was looking a little empty. Plus there were a few species that I havent' seen around these part.
    I'll post a list later today.

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    LOL - maybe that's the criteria...when the growing stand looks empty. Still, when I really want something, I'm able to see emptiness where absolutely none exists!

    Julie

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