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Phal. Schilleriana (seedling in bloom)

This is a discussion on Phal. Schilleriana (seedling in bloom) within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; The rest of the buds have opened. I also repotted it in a bigger container. ...

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    The rest of the buds have opened. I also repotted it in a bigger container. Here's a photo update:
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    So very pretty, sure hope mine will do as well. It looks promising but no spike yet!
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    Good growing...next year I bet it will branch for you....it takes on an "oriental" look. You took a real chance, from what I;ve read, of repotting with buds/flowers present. I'd be fearful of them dropping off. Mine has opened almost completely, also. Congrats!

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    Beautiful! And wonderful leaves too! Another for the wish list!

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    Beautiful schilleriana Giovanna and Bikerdoc. The mottling of the leaves certainly give that added bonus of enjoying the plant whilst not in flower. And Giovanna, your potted up plant really looks nice... did you make that 'pot' yourself?

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    Bravo!

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    This is how my Phal schilleriana looks with almost all the flowers open.
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    bench22: The octagonal pot is from a box of Amadeus chocolates from a recent trip to Salzburg, Austria.
    Bikerdoc5968:The phal was in s/h pellets, so there was really minimal stress to the plant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikerdoc5968 View Post
    This is how my Phal schilleriana looks with almost all the flowers open.
    When you start weeding out the Phals. sure hope this one is on the keeper list! Then again, it might like living in vacation land.
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    Al, you'll be the 1st on my list, since you like phals so much

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