TOP Phalaenopsis Schilleriana (Fragrant Species)

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 Phalaenopsis Schilleriana is native to the Philippines, on the island of Luzon to the south of Quezon City and on the eastern coasts of nearby islands. It grows high in the branches of trees in rainforests, at heights of 0-457 meters above sea level. Schiller's Phalaenopsis blooms in the spring on a branching, arching to pendant, to more than 3' (90 cm) long, 3 to 250 flowered inflorescence with small ovate-cucullate bracts carrying showy, delicate, fragrant flowers that can be quite stunning. The flowers are 8-9 cm in diameter, but when there are many, they are usually smaller. The inner whorls are wide, with a delicate texture, and all petals can be white, pale pink, lilac-pink or dark pink-purple with white edges. The lip has the shape of an anchor, and the side plots in crimson have carmine dots. Flowers are variable both in colour and form. 
Description
 Phalaenopsis Schilleriana is native to the Philippines, on the island of Luzon to the south of Quezon City and on the eastern coasts of nearby islands. It grows high in the branches of trees in rainforests, at heights of 0-457 meters above sea level. Schiller's Phalaenopsis blooms in the spring on a branching, arching to pendant, to more than 3' (90 cm) long, 3 to 250 flowered inflorescence with small ovate-cucullate bracts carrying showy, delicate, fragrant flowers that can be quite stunning. The flowers are 8-9 cm in diameter, but when there are many, they are usually smaller. The inner whorls are wide, with a delicate texture, and all petals can be white, pale pink, lilac-pink or dark pink-purple with white edges. The lip has the shape of an anchor, and the side plots in crimson have carmine dots. Flowers are variable both in colour and form.