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This is a discussion on Phal Orchids within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; MY PELORIC! You can see the stem to the yellow and red one poking into ...
MY PELORIC! You can see the stem to the yellow and red one poking into the pic guess it wanted to be seen.
Plan on getting my phone fixed soon. More pics on the way. I have bought at least one orchid every other day since this post plus plenty of new growth on the old. Stay tuned.
Pics of new growth will be arriving soon. Pics are taken but I have not yet figured out how to post from my new phone. Since pics include more than just phals they will be posted in my Plants in General thread. Stay tuned.
These orchids are not mine but I do have the pleasure of working with them so they count .
Mini's are sooooo cuuuute!
I love my job.
I'd love such a job as well.
...and I can completely relate, the man in the house here thinks I'm crazy too since this orchid obsession began. Meh, it's possible.
I need them I have had to start placing things on the floor. I haven't had nemotoid problems but cockroaches seem to be attracted to them. My kittens are soo cute. They actually stop just to smell the orchids that are in their reach on the floor.
Proof that genetic deformities can be so uniquely beautiful. On this one (which will go home with me on Friday) has a genetic disorder that causes part of the center to actually develop on the bloom itself. I have been reassured that this will continue to occur at every regrowth. Good, cause thats what I like most about this otherwise common orchid.