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This is a discussion on Phalaenopsis tetrasambo within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Crossing done 3 years ago finally manage to save one plant from flask. Sweet smelling ...
Crossing done 3 years ago finally manage to save one plant from flask. Sweet smelling and lasting almost about a month.
Very nice! I wish I could smell it.
Congratulations! Only just one plant saved from a whole flask? Awww it would have been so much fun if the others survived.
You did this cross? Wow! great! Must be really exciting after having to wait for 3 years. Great work!
What were the parents? Let me guess .... P. amboinensis x fasciata???
nice plant, Zainal.
The name explains it: tetraspis x amboinensis.
Last edited by harvey; November 14th, 2010 at 02:49 PM.
I love this flower! I admit to liking blooms that make a splash and this cross defiinitely does. To me it seems that much more special because it is the lone survivor from the flask. I also like the waxy substance this bloom has.
Thanks for your comments.
Jojo you got one right the other one is tetrapis.
Peter and Susan congrats. Zain
Zain amazing flower... too bad that this is the sole survivor from the flask tho..
a cutie, well done!!!