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Phal Second Bloom

This is a discussion on Phal Second Bloom within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Three months ago, first bloom: Now, second bloom: Next 4 months will be a million ...

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    Smile Phal Second Bloom

    Three months ago, first bloom:


    Now, second bloom:


    Next 4 months will be a million seeds and protocorms, hihihi, (LOL)

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    My goodness! Pregnant orchids everywhere. That is a really nice contrasting lip on that plant. Do you know what it's name is?

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    My GOd, the colors!!!!!

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    It's name is Phal Dtps. Martha Dolge 'Mendenhall'.

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    Are those two seed pods, Terminator?

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    Hi Julie,
    Yes, they are two seed pods I polinated in the first bloom.
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    That doesn't look like a large plant, and if it's just finished all that blooming it might be getting a bit tired. Two developing seed pods could put a lot of strain on it.

    The strain of multiple seed pods can kill younger plants. Keep an eye on it.

    Julie

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