Phal Tzu Chiang Balm 'C#1' BM/TOGA

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Phal Tzu Chiang Balm 'C#1' BM/TOGA

Post by peterlin » Tue Jun 23, 2009 2:23 pm

Phal Tzu Chiang Balm 'C#1' BM/TOGA (An Tai Jade X Stone Dance) - this is an interesting art-shade multi-flower with great fragrance. It is the reason that my friend Peter2004 made this cross - Phal. Zheng Min Archaeopteryx = (P.Tzu Chiang Balm x P.Chang Maw Evergreen) .

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After being inspired by Peter's cross, we have used this flower and crossed it with a colorful Phal lueddemanniana 'Tony', hoping to create more fragrant colorful phalaenopsis.
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Post by suss16 » Tue Jun 23, 2009 2:50 pm

I am glad my pollen got to do some work! The plant has been celibate in my greenhouse.

Good luck on the cross!

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Post by peterlin » Tue Jun 23, 2009 3:36 pm

suss16 wrote:I am glad my pollen got to do some work! The plant has been celibate in my greenhouse.


Hey Tony,
your plant needs to go out more. :-) This was on the pod for 167 days so I am hoping for germination.
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Post by Whalloper » Tue Nov 30, 2010 8:23 pm

that sounds like a wonderful cross with phal leudd!!! Can you give us an update?

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Post by jpowellcreative » Wed Mar 22, 2017 7:33 am

peterlin wrote:After being inspired by Peter's cross, we have used this flower and crossed it with a colorful Phal lueddemanniana 'Tony', hoping to create more fragrant colorful phalaenopsis.
How did this cross turn out? Surely it must have bloomed by now? Thanks!
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Post by Bob » Wed Mar 22, 2017 3:46 pm

I have 2 seedlings that survived out of a compot of about 5 plants x Lueddemanniana 'Tony' that you asked about. They only have a 6.5 inch leafspan and have been slow growers. I haven't seen any flower photos of this hybrid either and was wondering if anyone else bloomed this yet. I lost the other seedlings due to mites. It looks like it will be at least another couple years before mine bloom if I don't kill them.

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Post by peterlin » Wed Mar 22, 2017 3:57 pm

I took a photo of a large flowering seedling. Let me try to find it when I get a chance. Lueddemanniana is quite dominate.
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