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Season's Phalaenopsis

This is a discussion on Season's Phalaenopsis within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Once again, it's been a long time without you... An old plant. A keiki is ...

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    Default Season's Phalaenopsis

    Once again, it's been a long time without you...

    An old plant. A keiki is blooming, the mother plant is dead...

    Name:  Phalaenospis Intermedia avril 2016.jpg
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    Always on time, unfortunately the fragrance it not as exquisite as corningiana's one

    Name:  sumatrana mai 2016 1.JPG
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    Very nice. Phal sumatrana is awesome.

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    Both are very nice. Just starting to get a few Phal.'s again myself after disastrous loss a couple of years ago.

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    Great shots as usual ,Eric. Nice to your posts again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris in Hamilton View Post
    Both are very nice. Just starting to get a few Phal.'s again myself after disastrous loss a couple of years ago.
    I had more than hundred Phals (botanic and primary) years ago. I also had a disastrous loss (summer 2008 when I came back from vacations) and more than 80% died...
    Now, I got about 10 Phals.

    Thank you all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eorchids View Post
    I had more than hundred Phals (botanic and primary) years ago. I also had a disastrous loss (summer 2008 when I came back from vacations) and more than 80% died...
    Now, I got about 10 Phals.

    Thank you all.
    I have four. My daughter gave me one for my birthday and the other three are rescues. All mini's. Getting a cornu-cervi next weekend.

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    Beautiful

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    Nice!

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