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Hi guys, I've recently bought a new phal, but having done it in wilko, it had no label and I was hoping you can help me identifying the exact type.
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thanks, any idea what it is or how i could find out?
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Unless it's not a phal of course...


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Well it is a phal but if you are trying to find the actual grex I am afraid that will be almost impossible. It may not even have a registered name.

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Sorry, what Terry said.
Phals are quite easy to propagate, when a nursery gets a viable hybrid that flowers they will make clones and it is these clones that can often be found in the supermarkets and the like. To have any idea of what it is (if, like Terry said, it has actually got a registered name) you would have to have access to all the identifications or track it back to the breeder - but with all the variations that there are on the market and with some being only slightly different, it is not really usually possible to find a Phals grex unless it comes directly from a specialist nursery or is a species.

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