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My New Phal . . . A Birthday Present

This is a discussion on My New Phal . . . A Birthday Present within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Gurjeet, I cannot help the ID on your phal , but I like the idea ...

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    Gurjeet, I cannot help the ID on your phal, but I like the idea of your partner giving you a beautiful orchid.

    I, however, am thinking of giving my parther a rather BIG Vanda orchid, which I then end up keeping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naoki View Post
    Gurjeet, I cannot help the ID on your phal, but I like the idea of your partner giving you a beautiful orchid.

    I, however, am thinking of giving my parther a rather BIG Vanda orchid, which I then end up keeping.
    You cheeky! I was exactly like you. For anyone's Birthday I used to get a plant and end up keeping it. My siblings actually stopped expecting something and gave up long back.

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    My kind of friend!
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    nice phal u have there.....thks for posting

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    Whatever it is it's pretty phals.

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