- Jun 9, 2006
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- Leiper's Fork, TN
Thanks Heather. The pulchra is hot, and I realy jumped on it when I found it. The species is used for allot of hybridization, but does not seem popular as a species amongst the phal collectors. Probably because it's not very floriforous.Heather said:While they are all nice, that pulchra is HOT! It reminds me of bright purple vinyl, what an interesting texture!
Do you try to grow them in pots? I also kill most of my phals in pots, but never loose them mounted.bench72 said:I think I've found my next three purchases!!!
those are awesome! What a pity I kill all my Phals! :sob:
Hi Rick,Rick said:Do you try to grow them in pots? I also kill most of my phals in pots, but never loose them mounted.
Low light, high humidity, good breeze, and mounted, and they are almost indestructible.
Rick once this one matures and has multi spikes and keikis with spikes, it becomes very impressive! I agree that mounting is the way for PhalsRick said:Probably because it's not very floriforous.