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Phalaenopsis lindenii

This is a discussion on Phalaenopsis lindenii within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I've killed a number of this plant already, so I dare not take one home. ...

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    Default Phalaenopsis lindenii

    I've killed a number of this plant already, so I dare not take one home. However it does not preclude me from taking photos in a nursery.


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    It's lovely, I do like the stripes on the lip.

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    I agree w/ Diane -- neat lip!

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    It looks tiny. Is in a miniature, Nelson?

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    Whats with all the elec tape in the background?thats what it looks like to me!!!!beautiful flowerI agree with the above neat lip.the whole flower looks like its raceing foreward or faceing a strong wind.
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    Default Photo was taken in a nursery.

    Quote Originally Posted by ThirdDayOrchids View Post
    Whats with all the elec tape in the background?thats what it looks like to me!!!!beautiful flowerI agree with the above neat lip.the whole flower looks like its raceing foreward or faceing a strong wind.
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    The plants are mounted, hence the synthetic tying material.

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