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NoID Phals

This is a discussion on NoID Phals within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I just stumbled across old pictures of 3 (out of 9) of my NoID Phals. ...

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    I just stumbled across old pictures of 3 (out of 9) of my NoID Phals. These are what I am hoping to rebloom here in the future. They are all in the grow leaves stage right now but did suffer from my first repotting efforts (no sphag moss in the mix and it was too dry). All are grocery store phals.

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    They are quite pretty, good luck getting them to bloom! I found it usually takes me a couple of years to get them in good enough shape to rebloom, most of my rescues are pretty sad when I take them home.

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    Lovely color variety in your choices of phals! I bet they bloom for you again in February or March!!

    cheers,
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    Oohh all are beautiful and they are very lucky to have you as their owner.
    mine too 9 out of 12 phals are in spike now.
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    The 1st phalaenopsis looks like i hsin dalmatian.

    2nd: looks like a peach hybrid of some sort, maybe P. Brother Buddha x P. Baby Angel 'Talisman Cove' .

    3rd: we have them in our nursery but I am not sure what they are called.

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    Thanks Kim!

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    Now I just need them to bloom so I can mark them!

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