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Phalaenopsis bellina alba

This is a discussion on Phalaenopsis bellina alba within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; POD please .....

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    POD please ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by angel View Post
    The mangosteen is a very shady tree Zainal. So this orchid is a shade loving kind.
    Angel your eye very sharp congrats you even can recognized mangosteen plant based on the leaves, yes you are right they love shady area as you can see the elongation of the leaves.

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    My part of Mindanao, in Cotabato, is blessed by nature Zainal. Durian, mangosteen, lanzones, rambutan, marang, pomelo and whatever else abound in my province. This part of my country has almost never seen a typhoon when most other parts are ravaged by typhoons. Maybe that's why all these fruit trees thrive here in Cotabato. And that's why I may be familiar with some of those trees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angel View Post
    My part of Mindanao, in Cotabato, is blessed by nature Zainal. Durian, mangosteen, lanzones, rambutan, marang, pomelo and whatever else abound in my province. This part of my country has almost never seen a typhoon when most other parts are ravaged by typhoons. Maybe that's why all these fruit trees thrive here in Cotabato. And that's why I may be familiar with some of those trees.
    So nice to hear that Angel well actually our climate is not that much different that why we still can see those plants in our farm or garden thanks.

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    Yes, we share the same climate Zainal. And that's why all these beautiful exotic orchids abound, whether in our gardens or in the wild. Ours is an orchid lover's paradise!

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    Quote Originally Posted by angel View Post
    Yes, we share the same climate Zainal. And that's why all these beautiful exotic orchids abound, whether in our gardens or in the wild. Ours is an orchid lover's paradise!
    I agree with you he.he.he.

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