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This is a discussion on blessings from the garbage: a taiwan love story, phal NOIDS within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I also thank you for posting this short video Trish. I really enjoyed it. AL...
I also thank you for posting this short video Trish. I really enjoyed it. AL
Hahahaha, yes I know these stories, as I lived and was a citizen in Taiwan (my parents are born there)
Very nice garbage "haul" and looks great!
Very interesting, Yew. I have often wondered if those who run the orchid "mills" either have been previously drawn to orchids, or if they at least fall under their spell, even while producing them by the freight loads. I suspected that they did, since I don't believe it's possible to have any substantial contact with these amazing plants without falling under their spell!
from where i come from.. now is the season to get such noids.. already collected about 5.... thks for posting
I hear all the big box stores throw all their Phals in the trash,once the blooming period is done for the year.That is a shame also...
And what a lovely flower shape and colour!!! I wish I could find these type of garbage treats our here in London. Well done for saving those girls, wish you could post me one. Eh eh. Hope to find many beautiful Phals at the TIOS next month. Taiwan here I come!!