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The beauty that surrounds me !!

This is a discussion on The beauty that surrounds me !! within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Picture doesn't do them justice !! Quite a rainbow going on.......

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    Picture doesn't do them justice !! Quite a rainbow going on....
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    So, what orchids do you grow? (snicker)

    Those look great. Tons of color there.



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    Quote Originally Posted by TundraKev
    So, what orchids do you grow? (snicker)

    Those look great. Tons of color there.



    Kevin d
    Thanks Kevin,
    I know it looks like I only grow phals but actually they are only a 1/3 of my collection...you name it and I probably have it or have had it !! I keep most of my phallies in my sunroom where I can enjoy them ,although some are outgrowing their space. The rest of the orchids are in the greenhouse. Vandas,catts, dends, paphs ,phrags..odds & ends

    With phals variety of color ,shapes and sizes they are on top of my favorite list, followed by paphs, phrags, dends....anything that last longer than 2 weeks is OK.....therefore most species are not my favorites but I usually try them once, then trade them off.

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    Gilda, that's awesome! What a fantastic room to be able to walk into in the mornings!

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