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Old 06-29-2020, 02:47 PM
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I'm always coming here with questions and problems, but now I would like to show you this nice plant in full bloom. It's a primary hybrid called 'Purple Martin'.
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Old 06-29-2020, 03:23 PM
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Tango,
Phal pulcherrima x Phal violacea is Phal Kenneth Schubert.

Phal Purple Martin is Phal Kenneth Schubert X Phal violacea.
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Old 06-30-2020, 11:16 AM
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Phal pulcherrima x Phal violacea is Phal Kenneth Schubert.

Phal Purple Martin is Phal Kenneth Schubert X Phal violacea.
Ah okay thanks.
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i don't care what it is called, i love it!

beautiful bird too

looks like you have a hell of a show coming from the look of that spike
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i don't care what it is called, i love it!

beautiful bird too

looks like you have a hell of a show coming from the look of that spike
Thank you Roberta and DirtyCoconuts
Well the plant is as easy to care as a commercial hybrid Phalaenopsis, and is most of the year in bloom.
I love it :-D
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