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Unusual Phalaenopsis orchid hybrids you see all the time some amazing colors and patterns, it was a lovely surprise for me to see this green one last weekend, as I always think ahead this make the perfect post for today,

***To all my Irish friends Happy St. Patrick's Day!

As you know the biggest Parade in the world is in New York City,

That day we all are Irish and drink that Green Beer:-)

I am very proud of this orchid; we got it when it wasn't flowering or even in bud and it has rewarded my patience with this lovely blossom that came out as the New Year came in.

 

And one of my Phalaenopsis is gracing me with blossoms as well!

 

Subfamily: Epidendroideae Genus: Phalaenopsis Species: Phalaenopsis amabilis [L.] Blume 1825. Common name: The Lovely Phalaenopsis or Moon orchid.

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One of my lovely Phalaenopsis orchids ~

 

Celebrating Mother's Day weekend :)

A white phalaenopsis (moth) orchid against a a fairy light background for the lovely bokeh effect.

Canon EF-S 60mm f/2.8 Macro USM.

 

The Phalaenopsis orchid is commonly known as the moth orchid as the flowers are borne on slender arching stems and the the white ones do look like moths in mid flight.

view on black, please!

 

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In the marsh pink orchid's faces

With their coy and dainty graces,

Lure us to their hiding places--

Laugh, O murmuring Spring!

 

(Sarah Foster Davis, Summer Song)

I have a habit of sometimes "nicknaming" my plants. I have a palm tree that has narrow, long red leaves - he's Spike. One of my other orchids (it's common name is Mini-mark) and I call him Marky-Mark. Tiger Lily sprung to mind for this new acquisition I got at the SOOS orchid event at the Toronto Botanical Gardens in February this year.

Speckled white & pink Phalaenopsis orchids

A lovely cluster of pink and white Phalaenopsis Orchids, shot by my talented wife at the New York Botanical Garden during the 2016 annual Orchid Show.

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I don't know the name of this one but I am posting it just beacause it is so lovely. At the Missouri Botanical Garden.

I was given this beautiful Orchid as a gift from a lovely florist friend of ours earlier on in the year. This flower gave me many days of joy. Sadly its time came to an end :(.

 

Please Enjoy :D

 

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Another of my home grown Phals. I love the purity and the light and those lovely little wispy tails.

 

View large on black

This Saturday has been a real grey experience. Even my beautiful orchids looks greyish. How I miss the soft lights of spring when the blanket of grey leaves and is replaced with lovely sunshine. No more thousand shades of grey or brown, I want spring to arrrive! /A

 

Camera Nikon D3200, AF-S Nikkor 50mm f/1.8G.

To all my lovely friends on the Utata staff, I thank you from the bottom of my (slightly banged-up, soon-to-be-refurbished) heart.

 

An utterly lush and gorgeous Phalaenopsis orchid arrived on my doorstep today from the good people of Utata, who have already contributed to saving my life some 6 years ago by helping me find my passion for photography.

 

I promise to do my utmost to keep both the orchid and myself alive to see another day.

 

Thank you again for being just otterly fantastic in every way.

 

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At the recent Kenya Orchid Show in Nairobi, they were also selling some Orchids.

This lovely specimen was bought and taken home and has now bloomed beautifully and was photographed last weekend at home.

Phalaenopsis orchid. This orchid spray looks like a graceful flower arrangement, hence my title. "Ikebana" is from the Japanese ikeru (生ける?, "keep alive, arrange flowers, living")and hana (華?, "flower").

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Early in April our Executive Director called me into her office to see the orchid she had been given. So lovely I asked her if I could photograph it. The picture above was taken at that time. Just a few days later she called me into her office again. She said, "I found an orchid just like mine and want to give it to you" and she handed it to me. I was, well, blown away! The pictures I've posted before ~ they're of the orchid she gave me. I can't stop looking at this extraordinary creation!

Thank you all so much for your kind comments and awards on my stream this week Anita

 

This lovely orchid was found in our sunday visit to the garden centre on our way home from church.I was so glad I had a camera with me.

Beautiful white Phalaenopsis (Moth) Orchids, shot by my talented wife at the 12th Annual New York Botanical Garden Orchid Show.

This is another of my Phalaenopsis Orchids "Everspring Prince" that Sue bought me a few months ago, lovely Deep Black/Red flowers ,we have been waiting 3 months for the buds to open!!, first time flowering this year!! ;-) photographed in natural light to try and get the right colour this is close but I will be taking some more in a couple of days ;-)

 

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Another closeup taken to illustrate the lovely translucency of the flower...

Phalaenopsis, of Moth Orchid, from my garden. These blooms are from last year, but she is putting out a lovely spike now and I can't wait for the next show.

Best seen on black: press L to view.

Taken with my new 85 mm Nikkor Macro objective :-) Enjoy! /A

A lovely gift from Jacqui and Mark

First image from my new toy; 85 mm :-) /A

This lovely orchid,my newest baby.She is a beauty,This is only a tiny tip. There are 27 buds all waiting to arrive in their time.

A lovely Phalaenopsis hybrid at the Missouri Botanical Garden. better view

 

Nikon D3200 (no tripod)

Nikon DX AF-S Micro Nikkor 40mm 1:2.8G

 

Almost in 3D without glasses ;)

This is another Phalaenopsis that I bought a few months ago, lovely Yellow/green red flowers first time flowering this year!! ;-) photographed in that beautiful late afternoon light that we get this time of the year ;-)

 

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I have been growing this lovely miniature orchid for four years. While I do like vandaceous orchids quite a bit, my true love is angraecoid species. Superficially the vandaceous Microsaccus griffithii brings together aspects of both, nearly passing for the charming Angraecum distichum, only it's a bit smaller in all dimensions and lacks spurs or scent. It is Native to Cambodia, Burma, Thailand, Vietnam, Peninsular Malaysia, the islands of Borneo, Java, Sumatra (Indonesia), and the Philippines. Its 2mm tiny crystalline white flowers always appear in pairs, squeezed in tight between the undersides of its fleshy leaves that have a 12mm spread.

 

The longest stem on my plant is currently 6cm. It did have a much longer stem (8cm) that I had to shorten by 4cm for when I conducted comprehensive double-well ELISA testing for pathogenic orchid viruses after a scare when I discovered that I had been sold asymptomatic infected Phalaenopsis, plants which I had grown in proximity to my Microsaccus. Thankfully these didn't infect this or most of the plants in my collection, but the comprehensive testing was expensive and fraught. When it comes to collecting tissue samples from miniature plants such as this, it really sucks to have to remove a 4cm stem section!

 

Both are lovely and fragrant, growing in my vivarium. On the left is Phalænopsis bellina (coerulea form) and on the right is Phalænopsis violacea (indigo form).

This lovely phalaenopsis gives us pleasure for months every year. Beverly has a way with them. This year we got a little "bow tie" out of it!

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