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NOID pale green-yellow phal

This is a discussion on NOID pale green-yellow phal within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Picked this up at my local supermarket a few days ago. Love the color and ...

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    Default NOID pale green-yellow phal

    Picked this up at my local supermarket a few days ago. Love the color and it was not expensive. The color may show up a bit more green in the photo than in reality, but it really does have a green cast to it. Only one with two spikes.

    Like a couple other phals I purchased recently from grocery stores, it's in a thin plastic pot fitting tightly inside a taller clay cache pot so that some water will run thru the plastic pot into the bottom of the cache pot. These phals come from a canadian grower.

    Wonder how long it will take for me to kill it. I don't do well with phals.
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    Very pretty. Good Choice.

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    I like the soft green -yellow color! Nice choice!

    Cheers,
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    ohhh, I just love the soft green/yellow ones

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