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NoID yellow phalaenopsis

This is a discussion on NoID yellow phalaenopsis within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Flower is yellow, tiny, but have a very good smell And this one, have a ...

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    Talking NoID yellow phalaenopsis

    Flower is yellow, tiny, but have a very good smell


    And this one, have a little bit fragrant.


    After someday of blooming, the flower will look like this.
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    Could any one tell me the ID...
    Thanks a lot

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    i like the first one! sorry, cant help with the id, its very difficult with hybrids.

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    The first one is so small and pretty! very nice

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    "We are tiny, but we are mighty"
    Thanks you guys' comments

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    Flower tiny and beauty phongchansenh,hi young brother from VietNam,closed old friend

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    Can't id phal hybrids especially, but the first one is truly fantastic . From the substance of the flower and the fragrance you mentioned, I wouldn't be surprised if it has Phal violacea in its parentage.

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    Te first one is awesome. I have the third as well, I will let you know if I find the name tag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catttan View Post
    Can't id phal hybrids especially, but the first one is truly fantastic . From the substance of the flower and the fragrance you mentioned, I wouldn't be surprised if it has Phal violacea in its parentage.
    Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Halloamey View Post
    Te first one is awesome. I have the third as well, I will let you know if I find the name tag.
    The second and the third is totally one plant, it change from dark yellow to light yellow after a period

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