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Phalaenopsis pallens

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    Default Phalaenopsis pallens




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    Nelson, it's just beautiful. What wonderful, delicate colors. I want one of those!

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    I love the soft lighting in the first picture, Nelson - it's lovely!

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    Love the purple lip

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    Gorgeous. Mine are fragrant as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane View Post
    Nelson, it's just beautiful. What wonderful, delicate colors. I want one of those!
    hehe I have one. This flower is one reason I have been tending towards the species phals lately. Just so natureally beautiful. I think that is it, natural, not man-made or manipulated. Simple and elegant.

    Yes, that is it.

    Based on the size of his plant mine should go nuts with spikes. It has 8 leaves and is sending out aerial roots like crazy right now.

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    Now thats a pretty little Phal. Very cool!

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