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Phal Zuma Chorus 'Pixie'

This is a discussion on Phal Zuma Chorus 'Pixie' within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Another Breckenridge find....my first phal 'tree' !!...

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    Default Phal Zuma Chorus 'Pixie'

    Another Breckenridge find....my first phal 'tree' !!
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    Against the blue background, that first pic looks like a Japanese painting, Gilda. Beautiful!

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    Wow....and how big are the flowers?

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    She's a beauty, Gilda! I love the phals and dtps's that have the branching inflorescenses. It's a neat change from the more typical single spike and they do look like trees!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cinderella
    Wow....and how big are the flowers?
    The flowers are about 2 1/2 in across....not teensy but not huge ! There are 40 blooms which makes up for lack of size !

    Louis, It does kinda look oriental, hadn't noticed...it is just easier than dragging the dreaded black cloth out...my blue-sky wall is always there !

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    A phal 'tree' has been on my wish list forever...I was hoping one of my 90 phals would get the hint, but I guess it is not in their breeding to branch.

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    Beautilul !I would print and frame , and hang it on the wall . Lovely blooms and picture . Gin

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    Very beautiful phal! That picture looks great, nice light blue background for your plant!

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    That is a very cool flower. Very different from the normal striped Phal. I like it.

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    Awesome!

    Cheers!
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    very cute!

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