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Moth_Orchid_WhiteDUP29 - Phalaenopsis_white

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This white flowered Moth orchid livens the room as the light is reflected off its petals. It looks even better against a dark victorian colour such as deep red or green. Here it blends in with the yellow of the mimosa and the red of the Pointesetta. Although it does not always need staking Phalanopsis orchid flowers gets so tall that staking is necessary to avoid the flowers from falling over.

S_cymbidium____-c_cymbidium_orchid S_phalaenopsis_white-c_moth_orchid_whitedup29 S_phalaenopsis_doris-c_moth_orchid_pink S_phalaenopsis_doris-c_moth_orchid_pink[2] S_phalaenopsis_pink-c_moth_orchid_pink[2] S_phalaenopsis_pink-c_moth_orchid_pink[3] S_phalaenopsis_pink-c_moth_orchid_pink[4] S_phalaenopsis_yellow-c_moth_orchid_yellow S_phalaenopsis_spotted-c_moth_orchid_spotted[4] S_pleione_bulbocodioides-c_peacock_orchid S_pleione_bulbocodioides-c_peacock_orchid[2] S_haemaria_discolor-c_jewel_orchid S_haemaria_discolor-c_jewel_orchid[2] S_paphiopedilum_new_york_jack-c_lady_slipper S_dendrobium____-c_orchid____ S_vanda_coerulea-c_vanda_orchid S_cattleya_orchid-c_cattleya_orchid S_gongora_galeata-c_helmut_gongora S_brassia_verucosa-c_spider_orchid

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