love the beauties!
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This is a discussion on Parade of Phalaenopsis within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Looks awesome. All of them are cheering you and wishing you a speedy recovery!!....
Looks awesome. All of them are cheering you and wishing you a speedy recovery!!.
love the beauties!
i hope my store aquired phals look as good when they flower
These are very showy! Congrats Connie .
such a nice display
They're all beautiful. They look as just bought at the grocery's.
I love your phals especially the 1st one in the second post. Looking at them makes me want more blooming ones. Ahhhhh Resisting the urge to go buy more phals.....
Watering...if it's in a basket or hanging up it hangs on the edges of my vanda section where they get more sun, water and fertilizer. Since we live close to the coast some of these are watered twice a day...and yes even the cats and phals near the vandas get every day watering. My backyard is extremely sunny and I live about 1/2 mile from the Gulf of Mexico so my plants dry out fast fast. Green vanda roots well watered can go white in an hour or less. Watering more... you just have to make sure you spray for fungal and bacterial infections on a weekly basis year round and it's not an issue. I've seen a phal mounted onto a clay plate that normally sits under a clay pot. Orchid roots just love clay (and huge pieces of pine bark). Broken pots get stored and put throughout the baskets and into the bottoms of other pots. I also use those pieces to help make the plastic pots weigh more at the bottom to keep things from blowing all over the back yard.
I am glad I can share all this...I would color the world with orchids if I could. lol!