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Phalaenopsis deliciosa,

This is a discussion on Phalaenopsis deliciosa, within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; aka Kingidium philippinensi....

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    Default Phalaenopsis deliciosa,

    aka Kingidium philippinensi.


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    What a little sweetheart !
    Any scent ?

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    How big are those flowers? Very interesting!
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    A little beauty I am such a sucker for Phal species plants! Is that one that will not carry many flowers at a time, but keep blooming for months down an ever growing inflorescence?

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    Default Thank you.

    No fragrance.

    The blooms are about 1-1.2 cm. in diameter.

    Jenn, I believe you refer to Phalaenopsis equestris.

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    Oh, I thought some others did that as well.

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    That's an interesting species, and very pretty too!

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    Pretty orchid!

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