F8-6 Phal Pylo's Sweet Orange

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Re: F8-6 Phal Pylo's Sweet Orange

Post by peterlin » Sat Mar 23, 2013 5:50 pm

A group has to be shown together.

My understanding is that exhibitor gets an award as well as the hybridizer.
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Re: F8-6 Phal Pylo's Sweet Orange

Post by Pete » Sat Mar 23, 2013 7:05 pm

zxyqu wrote:To be clear. Can you get an AQ with the already awarded plants, or you have to show a new group and get new ones awarded?


That is a great question. My understanding has always been the latter...a group of 12 plants shown at the same time from which at least four receive a flower quality award. You can't count previously awarded plants toward the AQ. Could be wrong, so we will need to wait to hear what Peter or someone else informed in such matters weighs in.

Peter - Congrats on your hybrid getting all these awards. That must be very satisfying and a feeling of great accomplishment!! Keep up the great work.

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Re: F8-6 Phal Pylo's Sweet Orange

Post by peterlin » Sat Mar 30, 2013 9:53 am

Olie sent me this picture. His Phalaenopsis Pylo's Sweet Orange just opened today

6.6cm NS

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I like this hybrid and I hope to remake this.
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Post by rangiku » Sat Mar 30, 2013 11:15 am

It's adorable, Peter. Olie sure does well with your plants.

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Post by Call_Me_Bob » Sat Mar 30, 2013 12:02 pm

This is the first art shade that I have ever liked!
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Post by OrchidTess » Sat Mar 30, 2013 12:07 pm

Love it! Great color

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Post by peterlin » Sat Mar 30, 2013 12:47 pm

It's interesting to note that every plant has a colored lip from pod parent.

This one came from Dewey Howser
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Re: F8-6 Phal Pylo's Sweet Orange

Post by peterlin » Sat Mar 30, 2013 12:54 pm

These are my cell phone pictures from last weekend.

5 more plants awarded. 2 from the display - and 3 were brought in and judged separately. I was at my sale booth so I did not get to see the awarded plants yet.

So together we have 7 plants awarded.

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LOL..I found this flask picture from 2008

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Post by Call_Me_Bob » Sat Mar 30, 2013 7:08 pm

With so many plant awards, someone should try for an AQ!
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Post by sweetjblue » Sun Mar 31, 2013 10:38 am

Peter, I think this last one is redder than either 'Ronnie' or 'Jerry'. Would be hard to choose between them their all so nice!
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Re: F8-6 Phal Pylo's Sweet Orange

Post by Orchidsarefun » Fri Sep 20, 2013 5:07 pm

I just got one of these at the Chicagoland Festival.
Does anyone know the ploidy of this ? Has it been used in any breeding thus far ?
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Post by peterlin » Fri Sep 20, 2013 5:41 pm

Orchidsarefun wrote:I just got one of these at the Chicagoland Festivel.
Does anyone know the ploidy of this ? Has it been used in any breeding thus far ?
Best guess is 3n. Pod parent is 4n or close to it. Pollen parent is 2n.
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Re: F8-6 Phal Pylo's Sweet Orange

Post by Orchidsarefun » Mon Feb 24, 2014 5:35 pm

Fun to revive this thread. Any more awards or photos ?
Mine has the beginnings of 2 spikes. From the various photos it seems that this hybrid is multi-spiked, which is great. Peter - you mentioned that you might redo this x ?
Oh - I got mine from Russ, hope its not the one he mentioned. I want a totally "different" artshade, but still recognisable as orange ! :lol:

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Re: F8-6 Phal Pylo's Sweet Orange

Post by peterlin » Mon Feb 24, 2014 6:49 pm

peterlin wrote:A group has to be shown together.

My understanding is that exhibitor gets an award as well as the hybridizer.
I found out this weekend from Meir Moses that hybridizer doesn't get an AOS certificate for AQ, only the exhibitor. It's just as well because if I get a certificate AOS will probably charge a fee. I'm happy mention my hybrid is recognized. That said, I should strive to exhibit a group of my hybrids for AQ myself.
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F8-6 Phal Pylo's Sweet Orange

Post by peterlin » Tue Mar 08, 2016 4:42 pm

Hmm..well since the last update - I did get an AOS certificate for being the hybridizer - and it is no cost to me.

Finally I bloomed one myself. It's 8 years later from flask, but better late than never. This plant is crowded in a 3 inch pot. I like it. First bloom 7 cm. Average size is 6.3 cm, spread is 5.9 cm to 7.9 cm.

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