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 Post subject: F1105 Phal Appalachian Musical Dragon
PostPosted: Wed Mar 26, 2014 9:02 am 
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Phal Appalachian Musical Dragon
(Joy Musical Notation 'Tina' HCC/AOS X Dragon Tree Eagle 'DT#1' AM/AOS)

Ben and I both made this hybrid. Ben flowered his plant first and registered it. See this topic
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The attached picture is a first bloom by Dewey in IL


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that is nice, wasn't quite what i was expecting.


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That is one phat phalaenopsis!

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Mites got mine. [CRYING FACE]


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hbozeman wrote:
Mites got mine. [CRYING FACE]


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I bet those Texas mites are big too!

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Great job, Peter and Ben!

And, I feel your pain, Hugh.


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Dewey's flower is nice. I have hope for this cross now still. They are slow growers for me but not well taken care of.

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:P Really Great!

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 Post subject: F1105 Phal Appalachian Musical Dragon
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Another one from Dewey. He has couple more in spikes.
We haven't seen one with influence from the pod parent yet. It makes sense now but I would have like to see heavy markings.

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Very beautiful flowers. I am a little surprised by the amount of color, even with DTE as a parent. I would have thought Gelblieber might have muted it a bit.


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another one from Dewey


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Another one shared by Dewey
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Yeah, I bloomed a couple "good" ones in that they had a lot of color and decent form, but I don't like the rippling effect radiating out from the center. Like you I was hoping for something different. I threw out all my flasks of this except one. I still have it because I miss it when I was purging the others.

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