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spotted at my nephew's place in Michigan,
I think you're right. Very interesting link too, thanks.
I think that this is the Blue Mystique Phal. (http://www.homesteadgardens.com/departme...) The flowers are natural, but their colour is not.
yes they are real and every body asked me the same question.
I've also moved this from Other to Plants category and switched it into the Flowers of North America instead of Europe.
I was thinking that too Karen. Most of the naturally occurring blue orchids I believe are in Australia (Thelymitra).
I believe that there are naturally occurring blue orchids but most that are commercially available have been dyed. I suspect that is the case here.
Are these real flowers? I've never seen Phalaenopsis orchids in this color before.
Spotted on Jul 28, 2011 Submitted on Sep 25, 2011