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    Cheryl Erins
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Upcoming webinar:
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
8:30 PM - 9:30 PM EDT

Trending Phalaenopsis Novelty Hybridizing

Phal. Pylo's Giga Eagle 'Crystelle' AM/AOS, a hybrid
registered by Big Leaf Orchids. photo:© G.Allikas

Novelty phalaenopsis are rewarding for their compact size, frequent flowering, brilliant color, and fragrance. Peter Lin, of Big Leaf Orchids, will showcase the best novelty phalaenopsis hybrids today, and review the breeding attributes that create more colorful novelty phalaenopsis for tomorrow. Please join Peter, who has been growing orchids for over 25 years. Peter makes frequent trip to Taiwan to see the latest phalaenopsis development, and to learn from Taiwanese hybridizers. .

Trending Phalaenopsis Novelty Hybridizing
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
8:30 PM - 9:30 PM EDT


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