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update on my harlequin phal

This is a discussion on update on my harlequin phal within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; hello everyone with 3 more buds to open this phal has 15 blooms it is ...

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    Default update on my harlequin phal

    hello everyone
    with 3 more buds to open this phal has 15 blooms
    it is a huge plant and one of my favoritesName:  Resize of DSC06684.JPG
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    hi Andrea nice pictures!!! For me these kinds of phals are to "plastic" but you did a good job and enjoy the flowers for a couple of months!
    Jan

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    Nice spotty phal! Very nice...

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    Thanks
    what do you mean by "plastic"?

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    Lovely display !

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