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Phal. violacea 'sumatrana'

This is a discussion on Phal. violacea 'sumatrana' within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I have moved it not long ago to S/H and never thought it will spike ...

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    Default Phal. violacea 'sumatrana'

    I have moved it not long ago to S/H and never thought it
    will spike and bloom so soon...





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    Arrgghh! It's gorgeous. Why can't I get species phals to bloom???

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    That is wonderful!!! How beautiful! Congratulations!

    Cheers,
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    What a beauty, one that is on my list of "must haves" I search for.
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    excellent smooth color!

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    Looks like it loves the S/H set up.

    Congrats!

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    Yours did exactly what my ctna did!! I repotted it into S/H, and within 3 weeks, it sent a spike! I think it must be the "holy cow, I just got repotted and might die so I better make flowers" syndrome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Becky15349 View Post
    Yours did exactly what my ctna did!! I repotted it into S/H, and within 3 weeks, it sent a spike! I think it must be the "holy cow, I just got repotted and might die so I better make flowers" syndrome!
    Exactly... It seems, sometimes they need to be a bit scared for their lives..ha..ha..ha..

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    What a stunning colour! Judi

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    Great form and color saturation!!! I must get one of these. I only have the bellina... Anyone know where to get one in Canada?
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