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Phalaenopsis fimbriata

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    Beautiful Daniel, is it easy to grow? what are growth requirements?

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    Hi Jordan,
    - Yes it is.
    - Requirements are the same as for most phalaenopsis. Temperature above 20ºC, humidity higher than 60% and good ventilation.
    Cheers.

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    thanks daniel, another to keep an eye out for....

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    Wonderful form and wonderful pearl like 'finish' on these blooms. Nature took extra special care with this one. AL

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    Beautiful. You do have some fantastic phals!

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    Daniel - I love your phal orchid collection. This one is exceptional as well!! WOW! Is it fragrant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brutal_Dreamer View Post
    Is it fragrant?
    No Bruce, it's not a fragrant one ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hemde View Post
    No Bruce, it's not a fragrant one ...
    Still beautiful. Guess it doesn't need fragrance. haha...

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    oh wowza, love those fine stripes and the glossy looks!

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