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The orchid we got from RVO is still blooming after three months!

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    Default The orchid we got from RVO is still blooming after three months!

    The orchid we got from RVO is still blooming after three months!
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    Very nice, thanks for posting!

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    The blossoms on that are humungous! So amazing to me how long some of these bloom for. My St. Peter has been blooming since February! That's what, 5 months! Wonderful.

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    Yes, It is amazing to me too how long some of them bloom for. They are Just so wonderful to have.

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    That's a really pretty phal! One of the main reasons I like phals is that they are so long-lasting. I get to stare at them for many months and never get even a little bored . The pink lip contrasts nicely with the white petals. Thanks for sharing!

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    Phals are what started mt addiction , mainly because of how long the blooms lasted.That Phal looks very similar to 1 of mine Phal Anthur Delhi.
    Flowers last for over 2 months & then the spikes elongate & i have a new bunch of flowers.

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