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My favorite Harlequin

This is a discussion on My favorite Harlequin within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I have been on a quest for the perfect harlequin phal and believe I found. ...

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    Default My favorite Harlequin

    I have been on a quest for the perfect harlequin phal and believe I found. I know it may not be everyones taste but I love the full form, texture and clarity of color.

    I bought it 2 years ago hiding in a secluded corner with only 1 flower. I fell in love with it immediately and Look at it now!!
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    Wow, that's beautiful. I love it too!

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    That is very nice!

    Cheers,
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    Really nice, i also have this orchid in fact it was the first orquid i boutgh and it bloom for me for about 3 months, i didnt know the name but i'm glad i know now. Your phal look really nice!!!! i hope the bloom last you a long time =)

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    Hi Raver, thanks everyone for the nice comments. I have the tag outside and will post the name soon

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    Cool, my tag only said that it was a phalaenopsis and it had instructions on how to take care of it lol, but now i know the name.

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    I have one that looks almost exactly like yours...but I don't have a real name for mine :-(
    So, I just call it Leopard Spots! It has been in bloom over four months...Betty :-)

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    Hi everyone,

    My harlequin is called Phal Mei Dark Spark "Puffy Spots" AM/AOS

    There are so many varieties of these available but the bloom size is 41/2" across and shape really got to me. It looks like a big white with spots!

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    That's a beautiful orchid! You have done a great job reblooming it! A great example for those of us who are still learning.

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