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Phal. (The Anthropologist Jill Cherneff x Violet Butterfly 'Spring Dance')

Phal. (The Anthropologist Jill Cherneff x Violet Butterfly 'Spring Dance')<span class="cross"></span>
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Pink, Purple
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CITES approved for export!

CITES export Appendix II Hybrids

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Pot Size

2.75-3" Near-Flowering Size - NOT In-Spike ($25.00)

A fantastic new Phalaenopsis hybrid from our own line of breeding where huge pink flowers are the goal! It's rare to see standard-sized Phalaenopsis hybrids produced from seed nowadays here in the United States, so this one is in its own special class. These plants are just reaching their first blooming size, but when they reach full maturity we expect sprays of flowers 6-7in wide! There will be some variety in the floral patterning since they have been produced from seed, but all should exhibit varying combinations of pink and purple like the example photo above.


Our currently available plants are within one to two years of being blooming size.

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