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    Default Season's Phals

    My old violacea, grown in a saucer with sphagnum



    Phal. tetraspis C#1



    2 of my 3 Phal. sanderiana, blooming again, in a saucer with sphagnum



    Always in bloom since last month, Phal. hieroglyphica, in a saucer with sphagnum



    Bought as Phal. borneënsis but I think it is a simple cornu-cervi. Whatever it is, I like it. In a saucer with sphagnum.


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    I LOVE Phal species! These are some beautiful photos of some great plants! I'm jealous!

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    beautiful, mine never have so many spikes. I'm jealous too.

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    All of them very nicely grown. The last one is borneensis (cornu cervi). I am intrigued by how you grow them in a saucer. Can you post some pics or explain further. Thanks.
    Jose

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jose R. Nieves View Post
    All of them very nicely grown. The last one is borneensis (cornu cervi). I am intrigued by how you grow them in a saucer. Can you post some pics or explain further. Thanks.
    Jose
    I agree, they are outstanding. Don't quite get the saucer concept. Please let us see how,
    Thanks and Congrats.. Good growing.

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    Lovely orchids! Such great photos too.

    cheers,
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    Thank you all.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jose R. Nieves View Post
    I am intrigued by how you grow them in a saucer. Can you post some pics or explain further. Thanks.
    Jose
    Quote Originally Posted by angela View Post
    Don't quite get the saucer concept. Please let us see how,
    Yes, I'll show you this evening.

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    Stunning! Yes, please post the photos of the growing in saucers.

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    lovely phals,i like the second one.

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    Great shots. Very fine collection of phals. Would love to know more of growing phals in saucers.

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