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Phal. Hsin Timothy

This is a discussion on Phal. Hsin Timothy within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; The shape almost perfect so cool....

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    The shape almost perfect so cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zainal abidin View Post
    The shape almost perfect so cool.
    The shape is what got my attention. I'd seen plenty of yellows, but this was a standout. Just like when I began looking at the light lavender colored ones; I saw Dtps. Ox Red Shoe, and couldn't help but notice that it was one of the best shaped ones I'd ever seen. For the white phals, I'm still partial to Phal. Cygnus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Azizan View Post
    I have yellow Phalaenopsis Fuller's Sunset which I do realize that the flower count is low but the colour did not fade until the day it started to wilt. I think this particular hybrid is soft yellow most probably due to the influence of parent colour which is white (Phalaenopsis Timothy Christopher).

    Just like a blonde hair children may develop darker hair colour when they grow up (it is just an analogy though), not sure if there is scientific explanation to this. But I think it has to be associated with the attribution of ancestry genetic which responsible for pigments (maybe?).
    I'm not up on the parentage, but that may be a factor.

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    Really nice...

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