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Phal. pulcherrima var. champorensis alba

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Grower is Adam Almeida

Located in Kailua, Hawaii, United States

champorensis alba
Walter Hiraishi
Description: Used to be Doritis. This species typically grows lithophytically or terrestrially in its natural habitat, even growing in nearly full sun exposure. The plant has sturdy leaves and produces a spike that goes straight up. The champorensis variety is the peloric form of this species.
Culture: This is an adaptable species and as such I have it growing in conjunction with my other Phalaenopsis. They grow in about 70% shade, get watered every other day and get fertilized with everything else, weakly weekly.

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