There are more than 50 species in the genus of phalaenopsis with flowers of various shapes, size, and colors. Some flower in the spring with shape that attract moth, while some flower mostly in the summer months with fragrant flowers. Most of these are artificially propagated and they adopt well to home or greenhouse culture. In most cases all items are seed grown where the flowers are expected to look similar to the reference photos. Items that are propagated via cloning or divisions will be noted as such in description and accompany by a clone name.
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