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Phal equestris (peloric)

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    Default Phal equestris (peloric)


    Picked this plant up a few weeks ago , i do have a soft spot for peloric flowers.I believe the peloria is fixed in this plant if i can trust the seller

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    Cool Phal equestris. I like the orangeish coloring.

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    Lovely orange color I always noticed in P. equestris quite common to have peloric as compared to other Phalaenopsis species any idea why?

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    Nice peloric.

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    Nice bloom. Love this color. I had an equestris that I managed to kill in no time. Will get me another one to try again.

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    Lovely orange color I always noticed in P. equestris quite common to have peloric as compared to other Phalaenopsis species any idea why?
    I think basically because Phal equestris does produce keikes quite freely .

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    It's a darling, and personally, I think that equestris pulls off the peloric look with style.

    Here's a picture of mine, equestris 'Fairy Tales':

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    Great shot. EquestrisFan. I'm usually not a fan of pelorics but yours is just lovely - it certainly has 'style'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catttan View Post
    Great shot. EquestrisFan. I'm usually not a fan of pelorics but yours is just lovely - it certainly has 'style'.
    Thanks cattan. Not only is it a cutie, but even for an equestris, it flowers a lot.

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    I believe we may have the same clone Equestrisfan , mine was bought from abroad & the name tag was not with the plant but i believe it was "Fairy Tales"

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