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Harlequin Phalaenopsis
Black Butterfly 'Orchis 8' HCC/AOS
Black Butterfly 'Orchis 8' HCC/AOS
 
(Black Butterfly X True Lady) 'PR'

(Black Butterfly X True Lady)

'Pine Ridge'

(Brother Peacock X Dou-dii Golden Princess) 'PR 2'
(Brother Peacock X Dou-dii Golden Princess) 'Pine Ridge 2'
Ever Spring Fairy 'PR'
Ever Spring Fairy 'Pine Ridge'
 
Ever Spring King 'King Diamond' HCC/AOS
Ever Spring King
'King Dragon' HCC/AOS
Ever Spring Prince 'Harlequin' HCC/AOS
Ever Spring Prince
'Harlequin' HCC/AOS
Ever Spring Prince 'Pretty Cat' AM/AOS
Ever Spring Prince
'Pretty Cat' AM/AOS
(Golden Peoker X Brother Victoria) "PR'

(Golden Peoker X Brother Victoria)

'Pine Ridge'

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Haur Jin Diamond 'PR'
Haur Jin Diamond 'Pine Ridge'
 
(Haur Jin Diamond X Black Rose) 'PR 2'
(Haur Jin Diamond X Black Rose) 'Pine Ridge 2'
(Haur Jin Diamond X Black Rose) 'PR 3'
(Haur Jin Diamond X Black Rose) 'Pine Ridge 3'
(Haur Jin Diamond X Black Rose) 'PR 4'
(Haur Jin Diamond X Black Rose) 'Pine Ridge 4'
(Haur Jin Diamond X Chain Xen Pearl( 'PR'
(Haur Jin Diamond X Chain Xen Pearl) 'Pine Ridge'
Ho's Exotic Twist 'PR 4'
Ho's Exotic Twist 'Pine Ridge 4'
 
Ombre Rose 'PR 3'

Ombre Rose

'Pine Ridge 3'

Ombre Rose 'PR 5'

Ombre Rose

'Pine Ridge 5'

Nobby's Shadowy 'PR'
Nobby's Shadowy 'Pine Ridge'
 
Sogo Pearl 'PR 4'
Sogo Pearl 'Pine Ridge 4'
Sogo Pearl 'PR 5'
Sogo Pearl 'Pine Ridge 5'
Sogo Pearl 'PR 10'
Sogo Pearl 'Pine Ridge 10'
Sogo Pearl 'Pine Ridge 11'
Sogo Pearl 'Pine Ridge 11'
Sogo Pearl 'PR 21'
Sogo Pearl 'Pine Ridge 21'
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This page shows some of my clones of the Harlequin style of breeding. This is one of the most important styles of breeding that I like to do or purchase because the seedling hybrids will have so much diversity. As the seedlings bloom out, I can then pick out ones that I believe will be the most unusual and unique for cloning. Harlequin breeding, from my understanding, involves breeding incorporating at least 4 sets of mutated genes, and many of the hybrid lines will produce a minimal number of harlequins – many times with very distorted flowers. Most breeding of Harlequins results in a limited number of superior quality flowers and those are the ones I would attempt to clone. If the cloning process goes well, I will start to receive back clones within 3 or 4 years and then I can off the superior plants at wholesale prices.

 


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