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Phal Long Pride Treasure

This is a discussion on Phal Long Pride Treasure within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Last year I broke off the spike and never got to see this flower... well, ...

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    Default Phal Long Pride Treasure

    Last year I broke off the spike and never got to see this flower... well, this year it rewarded me with 4 spikes and lots of flowers. I know they'd look better had I staked them up but I don't "show" my plants and I enjoy them just as much staked or just hanging out!




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    Beautiful flowers on that Phal...I don't usually like Phals, but that one is very different!
    Betty in Texas

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    This is a very beautiful plant. I really like it without being staked.

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    Thanks for your comments and support

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    That's very nice, glad you didn't stake it, it gives it character

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    I am not a big fan of such free hand spotted phals but this one is a stunner, simply gorgeous and what makes it even more amazing is the no. of blomms and the apparent health of the plant. Good growing, keep it up.

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    That is really pretty, Howard. Glad it made it to bloom this year!

    Cheers,
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    VERY nice, Howard!

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    Fantastic, Howard! Does it have gigantea in its parentage? Congrats for such a well-grown plant.

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    Great growing Howard...I also like it grown the way mother nature intended.

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