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Doritaenopsis Black Butterfly "Orchis 08"

This is a discussion on Doritaenopsis Black Butterfly "Orchis 08" within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Bought this last year in spike as well. My mum is taking care of it ...

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    Default Doritaenopsis Black Butterfly "Orchis 08"

    Bought this last year in spike as well.
    My mum is taking care of it whilst it flowers(sigh !!)
    Flowers seem to be very long lasting(3 months so far)

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    as a paph grower and vinicolor connoisseur, this intense color gets the thumbs-up!

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    The coloration is stunning! Lucky mom!

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    Nice dark color! It looks like the flowers are very thick. I bet it will last a very long time!

    Cheers!
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    I love this color, I bet it looks even better under the sun.

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    Just superb!

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