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This is a discussion on Phalanopsis hybrids that i have and would like to share. basically noids within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; many of these has flowered more than twice. but out of all the pictures.. i ...
many of these has flowered more than twice. but out of all the pictures.. i have lost 3 recently due to consistent wet weather... most were under a tree but some were in a terrarium.hope u like them..
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here they are.....
as they don have proper names.. i label them with numbers so i know which one they are when they are not flowering..
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Some pics were taken when they were still at the nursery where i got them..
But many of my phalaenopsis were rescued from hotels or from other ppl who throw them away after they finish flowering.. when they get back to health, i donate them to friends,.... its such a joy but at times i will still have casualties as they may be too weak...
Some very nice phals, Mark. My favorite is the very first one -- the sunny backlighting really sets off the colors.
love them all..the second pic here was saved from someones office and the first one was from found in the garbage a year ago. and now they are flowering... ...so happy.....
Thanks alot.. yup i agree with u.. io bought that last year as it really caught my attention..
In the background of one picture, there is an extremely purple phal...that one would have to go in the "wow!" section...along with a couple of the spotted phals. You have an amazing collection of unusual phals! That must be a sight...all those blooms. I hope those rescues will repay you for saving them with lovely blooms as well. Thank You for sharing...