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Smile Phal violacea x Phal violacea var. Boreno

Here is my Phal violacea x Phal violacea var. Borneo from Hauserman
Aaaaaaaaaaaaah! The aroma
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What a pretty little flower! Such intense colour.... and scented too! Excellent!
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A light rosey fragrance with a bit of cinammon spice.
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Very nice!
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I got this one from Hausermann also D. I like how the fuschia color spreads out a little further into the petals than the bellina. It's not as intense in color though as your Tequila Sunrise.

Mine is growing a new leaf & root.
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How many flowers do these put out? I don't remember seeing one with more than 1 flower
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Tin, mine had 2 blooms going at the same time.
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My Tequila Sunset has 2 spikes and they usually produces buds and blooms at the same time .. I only have one spike on the var. Borneo. So far, only having these a few months, have found they only have one bud per spike bloom at a time. The color of the 'TS' is more purple overall. The var Borneo has it's intense coloration in the lip and the inferior sepals (grape coloration) with the purple fading into the green of the other petals and superior sepal .
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I should have said both blooms were on the same spike.
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Excellent !
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