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First bloom phal Bright Peacock

This is a discussion on First bloom phal Bright Peacock within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Very pretty, is it growing in Alicor?...

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    Very pretty, is it growing in Alicor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by desertgal View Post
    Very pretty, is it growing in Alicor?
    I guess it's something like Aliflor,
    I'm living in Germany and as I know despite different seller
    all pellets come from same place.
    At least here in Germany.

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    Very striking flowers!

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    Beautiful Flower!! Check out the Hidden Mickey on the right side of the flower picture. Disney would like that orchid. Ha Ha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael99 View Post
    Beautiful Flower!! Check out the Hidden Mickey on the right side of the flower picture. Disney would like that orchid. Ha Ha
    Oh! Thanks. I never noticed there's Mickey... Really cute..

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