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Phal. I-Hsin Salmon 'Joy'

This is a discussion on Phal. I-Hsin Salmon 'Joy' within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by gardenguysorchids Love this one and the color is lovely. Was checking some ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gardenguysorchids View Post
    Love this one and the color is lovely. Was checking some of my little phals this evening and was surprised to see some of them spiking this early --especially since there have been no temp drops. Congratulation on your lovely blooms.
    Bill, some of the smaller phals with short spikes are summer bloomers. They're not triggered to bloom by a temperature drop, like many standard phals are. They have different species in their background.

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    Very pretty and nice photography too.

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    Ohhh...I LOVE this!! Another to add to my wish list....

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    Jeff that is a knock-out!

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