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Phalaenopsis celebensis, equestris, cassandra and anna-larati soekardi

This is a discussion on Phalaenopsis celebensis, equestris, cassandra and anna-larati soekardi within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; another F1 hybrid which cross between violacea and amboinensis the inflorescence is too short i ...

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    Default Phalaenopsis Princess Kaiulani



    another F1 hybrid which cross between violacea and amboinensis
    the inflorescence is too short i think, the flower has a good smell, a gratifying fragrant!!
    and this is the pic took in last year.

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    Default Phalaenopsis violacea var. coreulea



    this is my friend's plant
    as you know...a famous variety of violacea

    i took these(later..) photos in evening so the quality is worser..

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    Default Phalaenopsis violacea var. alba



    albino form of violacea
    nothing i can describe its goodliness~~

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    Default Phalaenopsis violacea



    a lovesome species
    but my friend said she haven't taken care for them, juz left them outside..

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    These are simply gorgeous!! And the pictures are great too....I especially love the equestris.

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    Wow--no kidding. Jumpluff, do you grow these outside, just under shadecloth, or how?

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    lja:

    I used to keep them inside and the result is good, but it gave me a big trouble..
    so I moved them to a balcony that i might water them easier. Btw, i grow these outside with no shadecloth(exclude in summer), but sometimes the climate is dry, and most of my phal. species has put on fern slabs, so..

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    Phal. equestris use to seldom see in Hong Kong, but these years become more popular becoz the people started to concentrate on mini orchids. I have the irocos type and rosea type, and var. aurea...etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumpluff
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    Phal. equestris use to seldom see in Hong Kong, but these years become more popular becoz the people started to concentrate on mini orchids. I have the irocos type and rosea type, and var. aurea...etc.

    I should be going to Mong Kok more often these days, if only its not so far away . Last time I was there I saw quite a few of the aurea variety.

    I got 2 keikis from my sister in law the last time I went home but have no idea what type are they except what she told me, small white flower. They could be equestris, or intermedia . I won't be able to find out until they bloom (hopefully) next spring.

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    What a great retrospective of species phals! Thanks so much for sharing, Jumpluff!

    Julie

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    Beautiful blooms, the Princess is my favorite , you are lucky to find such a nice variety of specie Phals . Thanks for sharing them . Gin

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