mini phal no ID

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SouthPark

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I bought this from a local supermarket (Coles) about an hour ago. The other buds aren't in good shape - and fortunately nobody bought it. I noticed it right away and grabbed it in a split second hehe
This one has honey-dew melon colours. It really looks like it. And it glitters/sparkles under regular lights, and even in the shade under natural light. I took these pics in the shade - without any direct sun. No flash.

No ID .......... and that is no problem at all.



 

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I've got a bunch of NOIDs. I'm primarily a species person, so happily relate to my NOIDs on their purty flowers.
Absolutely Carl. No ID is nice in a lot of ways. A bit of mystery is nice! With this mini phal here, that I spotted yesterday - it was like a finding Cinderella experience for me.
 

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That's such a pretty flower! Lucky plant to find a home with you! I'll look forward to seeing it in full bloom next year.
 

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