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Unread 03-28-2009, 01:58 PM
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Default Phal Green Star and Friend

I got this last year and have been fighting an up hill battle trying to keep it alive. The flower is yellow ~ green and about 1.5" across. The friend is a noid with waxy petels. I've had this one for 2 or 3 years and each time puts out an amazing number of buds. There are still about 15 buds yet to open. The flower is only about 1.5" across...this guy is, so far, pretty healthy!




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They are both lovely!
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lovely ~~~!!
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I'm in love with both of them! Greenish yellow flowers are one of my fav colors in phals. I'm a sucker for them! And the noid is just fantastic. I think some orchids seem to know they are noids and put on the best display just to impress you. I know, I have a strange mind!
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Simply lovely, both!
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I like both as well!
Well done on getting Phal Green Star
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Nenella, you say that as thought it is a difficult plant to flower... I just hope it lives!!!!
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