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Phalaenopsis Ebony Sweet Gem Little Treasure

Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by RichieRich714, Apr 17, 2016.

  1. RichieRich714

    RichieRich714 New Member

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    Nice mini phalaenopsis with dark cluster of flowers. Phal.jpg pha.ebonsweet gem little tressure yu pin atsume x fuller's berry2.JPG
     
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    Wow! This is an amazing plant! Thank you for sharing it!
     
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    That is just fabulous, love it!:clap:
     
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    Does it have a fragrance ?
     
  5. RichieRich714

    RichieRich714 New Member

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    Your welcome. It's one of my little gem treasure!
     
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    Yes, cute as a button!!!:)
     
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    Unfortunately it doesn't have a fragrance. But how lovely it looks, I wouldn't mind at all. ;)
     
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    The ones we brought back from Taiwan have been growing bright and the flowers are a dark mahogany. These definitely should be grown as you are for the better color.
     
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    Yes, it is truly an amazing little orchid. I do admire its rich dark color. Glad you are enjoying yours as well. Definitely a sweet gem little treasure!