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 Post subject: Phal. Tying Shin Fly Eagle 'Wilson'
PostPosted: Wed Sep 27, 2017 12:40 pm 
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Finally bloomed it close to what I was looking for. It's in very bright, hot conditions. Been blooming for couple/ three months now, one to two flowers open at any one time. Double spike.

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 Post subject: Re: Phal. Tying Shin Fly Eagle 'Wilson'
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 Post subject: Re: Phal. Tying Shin Fly Eagle 'Wilson'
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Thanks for sharing Randy.

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 Post subject: Re: Phal. Tying Shin Fly Eagle 'Wilson'
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Darned good photo, also, Randy. Best flowering of it I've seen; color in the laterals looks like embers in a fire.

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 Post subject: Re: Phal. Tying Shin Fly Eagle 'Wilson'
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Walton, laterals are darker on my computer screen than it really is. But I love the 2 tone look. It is very hot and bright now in Hawaii, I assume that affects the coloration, but the prior flowers under basically the same conditions produced just about solid colored flowers. :think:


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 Post subject: Re: Phal. Tying Shin Fly Eagle 'Wilson'
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FWIW - I got a few plants of Phal. Tying Shin Fly Eagle 'TS-66' to sell. These are brighter yellow color and better form than 'Wilson' - which is prized for the two tone look.

I like both - but for breeding, I prefer stronger yellow color.

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 Post subject: Re: Phal. Tying Shin Fly Eagle 'Wilson'
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[quote="peterlin"]FWIW - I got a few plants of Phal. Tying Shin Fly Eagle 'TS-66' to sell. These are brighter yellow color and better form than 'Wilson' - which is prized for the two tone look.

TEASE! Peter, you know that we are all waiting on pins and needless to see your next list! I can hardly stand the wait!

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