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Thread: Phalaenopsis tetraspis in bloom again

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    Default Phalaenopsis tetraspis in bloom again

    in bloom again after almost 2 months that gave me a solo flower, but this time is 4 flowers
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    It is just gorgeous ! Such pure white! Good job getting 4 more so soon!

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    Very nice.

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    Very pretty. This clone is unusual because it is almost completely white.
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    Beautiful pristine white flowers. Does it ever bloom with markings?



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    my plant currently with three spikes. two old spikes, one of them now with a solo flower still in bloom shown below. the third spike is a new spike with 4 flowers shown above, currently all gone now.
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    below post is the flower from the same plant also
    https://www.rv-orchidworks.com/orchi...ad.php?t=49625

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