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2 Pelorics & Phal schilleriana

This is a discussion on 2 Pelorics & Phal schilleriana within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; New spike on my peloric noid is still peloric so it looks genetic. My Phal ...

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    Default 2 Pelorics & Phal schilleriana

    New spike on my peloric noid is still peloric so it looks genetic.

    My Phal Dragons Charm has opened it,s first bloom & it is very peloric as well.I,ll take another piccie when more flowers are out because this plant has a really strange spike.Basically it has branches that have only got a flower or 2 on each branch.
    I don,t use any rooting or hormones(Superthrive etc) & haven,t for over 6 months.

    It looks like i,m only going to get a few flowers on my Phal schilleriana , i just hope that they are as fragrant as the last time it bloomed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uncasteeb
    I don,t use any rooting or hormones(Superthrive etc) & haven,t for over 6 months.
    Hey Steve, these aren't growing next to the microwave is it???

    But I really like these peloric Phals, I guess because we see so many of the flat whites, that it is nice to have something unusual.

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    Default Very unusual phals,

    and congratulations on your schily. They come from the lower montane forests and hence prefer a bit cooler temperatures, hence my own plants just grow and grow without blooms.

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    Agree with Tim here, I love peloric Phal.s. I have one posted on here from awhile back (Brother Apollo) but I haven't been able to rebloom it yet. Not a surprise given I've never been able to rebloom a Phal. It's definitely a curse. Great job on these!
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