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Noid white phal

This is a discussion on Noid white phal within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This is a phal that I got from the garden centre. I realised that it ...

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    Default Noid white phal

    This is a phal that I got from the garden centre. I realised that it actually had crown rot after I bought it but luckily I managed to re bloom it from a node and this is the result. The petals are huge 14.5 cm across. I am hopeful that it will produce a basal keiki for me but as yet it is just staying in bloom - which I don't mind at all.









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    Lovely blooms and great photos!

    There was a discussion on the board a few months ago about which orchid people would put at the top of an orchid hierarchy, or which was their 'ideal' orchid. Many chose Cattleyas, but for me, without a doubt, the white phals are it. Good growing!

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    love the photos!

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    Nice growing, Susie! and great shots!

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