A Visit to Nayong Pilipino within Rizal Park


Nayong Pilipino, Rizal Park ,  Manila-Philippines

I got an opportunity to re-visit the famed Orchidarium within Rizal Park  in which the author was a volunteer tour guide , events coordinator several years ago. I visited the park twice after it re-opened in 2013 РThey gave a FREE entrance promo and another one when we have a group of foreign tourists from Singapore , while they were on the country .

Nayong Pilipino

History :

The place used to be operated under the Clean and Green Foundation which was a pet project of then former first lady Mrs. Amelita ” Ming” Ramos in late 1992 . The place used to be a vacant parking space allotted to the Department of Finance before it was¬† the National Park Development Committee¬† (NPDC) the one in charge of Rizal Park¬† had taken jurisdiction of the place¬† .

dancing ladies

The place was developed by the foundation and opened to the public in late 1994 with several man made waterfalls, butterfly area,  mini aviary ,  hanging bridge, fishing facilities , rock wall climbing  , an art gallery and a fine dining outlet  ( Lush Life) operated by Barbaras.

semi-terete vanda

The Clean and Green Foundation had a partnership with several plant societies like Philippine Orchid Society , Philippine Horticultural Society , Fern and Nature Society of the Philippines members who donated the initial collection of plants and orchids.

They used to charge an entrance fees of Php 100 general public , Php 50 students and seniors at P60. Additional fees: rock wall climbing at P50 and fishing at P25.


This was a restaurant ( Lush Life)  and an art gallery several years ago .

Ifugao house- This area used to be covered with hundreds of terete vandas, mokaras, kagawaras before it closed down .

man made waterfall , rock climbing and concrete bridge

For the children and young adults, there is the Rocky Trail, which has a facility for sport wall-climbing. They can also go fishing at the Mystic Lagoon where bamboo poles can be rented.

golden tilapia

wedding set-up by Hizon Catering

The place is a favorite place for  pre-nuptial , weddings, photographers , students and young artists.

hanging bridge – was built mid-2008 and is popular among school children

kalesa carriages

I have also donated several clumps of sanggumays and fairy sanggumays in mid- 2008 before the Orchidarium closed-down for several years due to management issues .

colorful painted jeepney greets the visitor

The management of the place was initially offered to different NGO groups and plant societies but because of financial constraints and lack of resources , It was turned over to Nayong Pilipino sometime in 2012 .

The Orchidarium name was changed to Nayong Pilipino is a cultural theme park .  Asie from the usual attractions like man-made lagoon and different plants. There are interesting display of Philippine attractions like Ifugao hut , kalesas and roving exhibition.

The place can be rented out for weddings, debuts, garden events, pictorials, photo shoot and events.

Address: Orchidarium Rizal Park, Ermita Metro Manila, Ermita, Manila

Update : As of October 15, 2016 – Entrance Fees: Adults Php 40 and Students Php 30

Operating Hours: Mon ‚Äď Sun, 8:00 am ‚Äď 5:00 pm Contact numbers: 405-0279 (telefax); 405-0377 , 525-0601, 405-0198, 405-0309 Email address: np.orchidarium@gmail.com

Note: Photos are from the author ,to those who wish to grab the copy for any purposes, Please try to link or cite this page .

BIG Winners at the Philippine Orchid Society’s 69th Mid-Year Orchid and Garden Show

Hardin ng mga Bulaklak, ( Flower Garden ) , Quezon Memorial Circle, Quezon City, Philippines

Dr. Elenita Binay, Mrs. Amelita” Ming” Ramos and Senator Cynthia Villar together with distinguished members and officers of the Philippine Orchid Society

There was bit rain this afternoon when i arrived at the orchid show site. I saw Mrs. Amelita ” Ming” Ramos ( honorary member ) walking around the commercial booth section and busy chatting with the sales people .

Mrs. Amelita ” Ming” Ramos

She does not want to be stuck in traffic since she lived in the southern Metro Manila area. But even during her husband tenure , I would remember that she is always punctual in every public event that she had attended .

She was greeted by dozens of members , invited guests and well-wishes . There are members coming from Bulacan, Rizal, Laguna, Quezon, Cavite , Negros , Pangasinan . One of the prominent member from Mindanao is Ms.Salvacion ‚ÄúSally‚ÄĚ Leuenberger¬† proprietor of SUL Orchids who just arrived from Davao a few hours ago.

Villar Foundation

I also met Mr. Harold Franco of the Villar Foundation , They have a lot of new and exciting products like the citronela massage oil which is just sold at only Php 50 per bottle.

Website: http://www.villarsipag.org/

Senator Cynthia Villar: http://www.cynthiavillar.com.ph/

registration committee members

There were endless photo opportunities and chit chat among the members and invited guests.

Senator Cynthia Villar

excerpt from Senator Cynthia Villar speech ” As an advocate of entrepreneurship and chairperson of the Senate Committee on Agriculture and Food, I am glad that you are highlighting the many opportunities that can be built or established in floriculture , most especially in orchids, as reflected in the them of this year’s event- ” Enriching Lives and Building Opportunities through Orchids“. There are numerous jo opportunities that can be created, livelihood opportunities that can be generated and of course , business opportunities , that can be developed through orchids. All of which can truly enrich the lives of the most enterprising and entrepreneurial among yourselves.

group photo- L-R Mr. Aldrin C. Cu√Īa ( chief of staff – Mayor Herbert Bautista) Dra. Elenita S. Binay , Senator Cynthia Villar and Ms. Vangie Go – Philippine Orchid Society-President

Many people do not realize that the floriculture industry in particular and horticultural in genera;, has been significantly contributing to the growth of the agriculture sector and the Philippines being an agricultural country , the growth of our country is anchored on the growth of the agriculture sector.

Dra. Elenita Binay, Ms. Vangie Go and Senator Cynthia Villar

I would like to commend the Philippine Orchid Society for putting together a very good and worthwhile lineup of activities during this 11-day event. the daily lectures are really well thought out, in terms of topics and resource persons. I am sure, maraming matutunan ang mga participants o attendees mula sa mga lectures on topics ranging from landscaping and growing orchids for profit to flower arrangement and controlling pests. And of course , the show itself is the highlight.

After all the fanfare here are the BIG WINNERS of the SHOW

Ornamental Landscape Winners

Metts’ Plant Art- third Place

The exhibit had bamboos , ornamental plants , earth stars and some bonsai trees.

Architect Bimbo Vergara-second place

with his exhibit of cactus, succulents and tillandsias

Lee’s Bonsai Haven – first place¬†

The exhibit constitute the bonsai collection , rare ferns , aglaonema

Del’s Native Plant and Garden

This exhibit was executed by the son of Aling Delia Pionela of Quezon province, She had a store outlet within the Quezon Memorial Circle and have been actively participating in orchid and horticultural shows. Although this exhibit did not won any landscaping awards, This deserves some commendation .

Philippine Orchid Society – Conservation Group. This is done by the dynamic members of the conservation group, most are Philippine native orchid species enthusiasts and growers.

Fortune Restaurant

The early evening buffet meal was catered by Fortune Restaurant for more details and catering services.

Mr. Eric Ang -landline: 254-97-03, 254-96-86 / 0998-5365597

Orchid Landscape Winners

Negros Occidental Orchid Society – third place

Ms. Doreen Dofitas executed the landscape using old wooden capiz panel windows, huge tribal masks which resembles polynesian moai and the use of different kinds of flowering orchids such as miniature dendrobiums  , cymbidiums , vanda hybrids,  earth stars, tillandsias and ferns.

members of the society

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Negros-Occidental-Orchid-Society-Bacolod-City/140440549377119

Purificacion Orchids- second place

Majority of the orchids exhibited in the booth belongs to Purficacion orchid , But there were some orchids added by Dra. Olivia Sanchez of Laguna.

Lambana Tropical Plants- Ms. Vangie Go -First Place

Mrs. Vangie Go’s exhibit is full of pink colored waling-waling ( Vanda sanderiana) with native orchids like Trichoglottis philippinensis and Renanthera mixed with large white, orange and lavander cattleyas . Aside from winning the BEST Orchid Landscape , She also won BEST Philippine Species and Best Ornamental Plant – Vriesia heiroglyphica

Vriesia heiroglyphica- BEST Ornamental Plant

Ms. Vangie Go after the awarding ceremonies- The exhibit booths were properly lighted after the event

Note: Will just keep everyone updated with the individual orchid , flower arrangement winners

Hortikutura Extravaganza Advocacy and Horticulture Tour

Mr. Vicente Chin Jr. personally welcomes tour participants from different parts of the country

Philippine Horticultural Society organizer of Hortikultura Extravaganza 2015 in partnership with Department of Tourism , Department of Agriculture and Department of Trade and Industry conducted a tour on several farms, tourist destination spots and livelihood advocacy NGO tour. We left Quezon Memorial Circle at around past 6:00am on our way to Laguna, Cavite provinces . Our first stop is Mr. Vic Chin’s Orchids and Ornamental Farm in Calamba , Laguna.

hundreds of potted flowering plants

The tour open another aspect of agriculture/ horticulture  tourism a fast growing tourism sector . We were also joined-in by Negros Occidental Garden Club with over a dozen members.


There are over 1,000 named cultivars of Caladium bicolor from the original South American plant. Many cultivar hybrids are produced with striking foliage and markings . Mr. Chin also shared a lot of stories and growing techniques. His farm is clean and production is at par with world class standards.


Aside from orchids and ornamental plants, Mr. Vic Chin is also an award- winning fish hobbyists and breeder . He had several hundreds of fish tanks with different kinds  of tropical fresh water fishes.

cattleya orchid

There are several hundreds of cattleya hybrids that greeted us on our visit his farm.

Ding Hao Restaurant

Mr. Chin farm is located within  Ding Hao Restaurant compound  which is just beside SM Calamba. The farm covers about 3,000 square meters. It is also a favorite tourist destination among travelers and clients of the restaurant.

 restaurant is popular event place

The participants wasted no time in buying orchids and ornamental plants .  For those interested to buy plants in bulk , Please try to contact Ding Hao restaurant for scheduled appointment.


Itlog ni Kuya

We made a short stop over at Itlog ni Kuya outlet . Participants bought salted eggs, balut and penoy . Among their specialties includes Yummy Leche Flan., Lechon Kilulob na Itik , Pekin Kilulob

Compared to the ordinary salted egg in the market , Itlog ni Kuya salted duck eggs are not that salty and less sodium content. Love the taste !

Ming’s Garden

This is another favorite stop-over and venue place among tourists and garden lovers.

bromeliads , neoregelias and guzmanias

There is a souvenir shop , restaurant , coffee shop and plant selling area where visitors can buy their plant propagation like bromeliads, medinilla , ferns , flowering plants , herbs and garden supplies.

souvenir store

The place is owned by Mrs. Amelita ” Ming” Martinez Ramos – a plant , environment and orchid lover .¬† She is the wife of President Fidel Valdez Ramos – President of the Philippines ( 1992 to 1998)

comfort room

The restaurant offers breakfast, lunch and had catering services . Ming’s Garden had also earned several accolades and awards from different travel magazines and local tourism organization . The comfort room is clean and maximizes the use of natural light.

semi-terete vanda blooming

Alcanterea imperialis

The genus Alcantarea, with approximately 20 species is an offshoot of the much larger genus Vriesea. For such regal plants, the genus is fittingly named after the 2nd Emperor of Brazil. Alcantarea imperialis is the most regal , largest and is considered the prominent species of this genus. It is one of the giants of the bromeliad family.  This Bromeliad grows to a span of more than 1.5 metres, although it can take up to ten years to get to this size.  The thick flower spike reaches up to 3.5 metres in height, producing hundreds of slightly fragrant creamy white flowers.

Strongylodon macrobotrys

This vine is called Jade Vine in the Philippines . It is called jade vine because of the color of the flowers which is bluish-green ( turquoise)  . With its long cascading translucent jade-green flowers beneath a canopy of pale green foliage, the jade vine is one of the most beautiful and elegant of all tropical climbers.  We are quite fortunate that the vine had several blooms that awaited us.

group photo

Address: Sta. Rosa-Tagaytay Rd., Tagaytay, Cavite, Philippines

Related link: https://renz15.wordpress.com/2009/10/09/mings-garden-and-restaurant/

China Palace

We went to China Palace restaurant located in Tagaytay Highlands . The group were served Chinese style lauriat for lunch

spinach soup

yang chow fried rice

breaded pork

fried chicken with shrimp kropek

sauteed broccoli and baby pak choy in garlic

group photo

Negros Occidental Garden Club members enjoying the cool and windy weather

We toured the Tagaytay highland vicinity and enjoyed the breathtaking views and cool temperature.

Ms. Marvi Tulauan greeted the participants of the tour

Ms. Marvi Tulauan

Email: marvitulauan@yahoo.com

Ms. Delphine from France

The Focolare Movement, present everywhere in the world, is like a vast and varied family. It began in 1943 during the Second World War as a current of spiritual and social renewal.

handmade greeting cards

‚ÄėA people born from the Gospel,‚Äô is how it was defined by its founder Ms. Chiara Lubich (1920-2008), a charismatic and significant woman of the 20th century.

Website: http://www.focolare.org/en/

The place is quite spacious and ideal for retreat , vacation and convention. A newly built dormitory -style building was completed to accommodate budget conscious people.

fashion accessories

They have several livelihood projects from arts, craft, baking pastries, greeting cards, jam, fashion jewelries, bags, t-shirts , door opener,  ladies bag, stuff dolls and religious items

wheat bread baking

Their wheat bread production is good only for the day and all orders must be pre-order at least a day or so .  The quality of their bread and prices are even lower compared to commercial bakeries and pastry shops .  Almost the entire production of the day were already ordered by the members of the Philippine Horticultural Society .

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/focolare.org


Arids and Aroids – This is a one hectare farm of different kinds of ornamental, flowering trees, orchids, hoyas, ferns , tillandsias , variegated plants from different parts of the world. They supply a lot of plant nurseries in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao area. Their first farm was located in the municipality of Do√Īa Remedios Trinidad in Bulacan before relocating in Barangay Tartaria, Silang , Cavite province.

The climate is very suitable for growing ornamental plants and even orchids. The company is planning to breed small types of sweet smelling orchid flowers for eventual export to other countries.

variegated philodendron

This is a beautiful variegated philodendron which commands a handsome six- figure sum .

After all the shopping , we were treated to a tasty afternoon snacks of toasted siopao and soft-drinks by the gracious hosts.

Note : A visit to Arids and Aroids Farm can be scheduled by appointment .

I would like to sincerely ” Thank” Tita Adoracion S. Bernabe , Tita Norma K. Villanueva, Tita Leny R. Fabul and PHSI family for the accommodation extended to us .

68th Annual Philippine Orchid Society’s Show Opening

Hardin ng mga Bulaklak ( Flower Garden ) , Quezon Memorial Circle, Quezon City-Philippines

L-R Ms. Evangeline ” Vangie” Go , Mrs. Amelita ” Ming” Ramos ( former first lady 1992 to 1998 and honorary member ) Mayor Herbert Bautista , Mr. Kelvin Manubay

¬†Mrs. Rhodoro ‚ÄúRhodie ‚ÄĚ H.¬† Gazmin and Mrs. Amelita Ramos
exchange of pleasantries

L-R Mr. Manuel Lee and Ms. Susan Lee, Mrs. Amelita ” Ming ” Ramos , Mr. Kelvin Manubay , Mayor Herbert Bautista and Mr. Fernando Aurigue Jr.

Mrs. Amelita Ramos in a light conversation with Philippine Orchid Society’s board of directors

Quezon City Lancaster Band

L-R Ms. Becky Buenaventura ( Cactus and Succulent Society -President ) Mayor Herbert Baustita and Mr. Noel Vincent ” Botchie” Canicula

group photo

trophies and glass plaques

Architect Bimbo Vergara

Mr. Bimbo Vergara hold a one man painting exhibition of Waling-waling

Mr. Susan and Manuel Lee – husband and wife tandem is one of the major winners ( Best Orchid Showcase Landscape exhibit, Best Foreign Species )

Atty. Rudy Sanidad and Ms. Baby Alarcon

Mrs. Amelita Ramos and Atty. Aldrin C. Cu√Īa MNSA

Atty. Aldrin C. Cu√Īa, MNSA ( Quezon City Administrator) and Mrs. Amelita Ramos received their token orchid flowers from Mrs. Corazon Purificacion and Ms. Vangie Go

L-R Mrs. Corazon Purificacion , Mrs. Rhodora Gazmin and Ms. Vangie Go

group photo

After the winners was announced , afternoon snacks was catered by Ms. Baby De Leon

Green Living with Orchids – 65th Mid-Year Orchid and Garden Show

Mrs. Amelita ” Ming ” Ramos , former Philippines First Lady ( 1992 to 1998) , an educator, sports enthusiast, badminton player , horticulture lover , orchidophile ,¬† and an honorary member of the Philippine Orchid Society was the guest of honor during the opening ceremony held last August 25, 2011

L-R Professor Serapion Metilla, Mr. Kelvin Manubay , Mrs. Amelita Ramos, Mr. Ponchit Enrile, Dr. Romeo Gutierrez

Philippine Orchid Society marked their 65th Mid-Year orchid and garden show with the theme” Green Living with Orchids”¬† , the theme was chosen in order to promote orchid growing as a good alternative for those people¬† with limited space , apartment- type and cramped living areas in order to combat global warming .

Mrs. Vangie Go together with Mr. Kelvin Manubay and Mrs. Amelita Ramos pose for a souvenir shot at Lambana Tropical showcase landscape exhibit done by Ms. Vangie Go

Mrs. Vangie Go’s vast celebrity clientele includes senators, congressmen, first ladies from different countries, dignitaries and even presidents .

2×3 showcase landscape exhibit booth – 2nd place in the category

Her exhibit won her second place in 2×3 square meter landscape category, Mrs. Go is a trend setter in Philippine horticulture, an antique collector, orchid collector, bird collector , an entrepreneur among others. Her worldwide fame led to international plant breeders to name her outstanding plant varieties and cultivars like Alocasia Vangie Go among others.

Mr. Neil Boyet Ganigan one of the proprietor of Arids and Aroids received the award from Mrs. Amelita Ramos for winning Best Vandaceous Orchid, Best Waling -waling and Best Orchid in Show.

Mr. Ganigan is a plant and orchid collector. His vast collection included some of the rarest plants from around the world.

Her lectures about Cattleya orchid  growing is jam-packed with crowd, Mrs. Go had a 1 hectare farm in Cavite where she grows her orchids and other rare exotic plants.

Mrs. Vangie Go, Atty. Apolonio B. Anota , Jr. (executive director and board of trustees -Nayong Pilipino Foundation ) and Mrs. Maria Victoria Jimenez

First place in the 2 x 3 square meter orchid showcase landscape exhibit

This showcase booth was exhibited by the husband and wife tandem of Mr. Manuel and Susan Lee, according to the happy winners , they spent approximately  Php 25,000 for this exhibit, which also includes bougainvillea bonsai, tillandsia , ferns, adobe  blocks , coconut choir dust and other fixtures.

Mrs. Susan Lee pose for a souvenir shot at her winning booth

Orchid growing needed only very small space compared to other plants.  In fact ,  hotels, schools, convention centers  , hospitals and even homes are already growing orchids indoors. Buying orchids with flowers is also a good alternative to cut-flowers and flower arrangements in which cases  most of the blooms wither within just a matter of few days, while having a live orchid flower display  can last for almost  three weeks to almost one month in an indoor condition. add to the benefit that these plants emit oxygen which is very vital to our daily lives.

3rd place 2×3 square meter orchid showcase by Mrs. Delia Pionela and Bong Pionela

This showcase 2x 3  sq. meter  exhibit booth was landscaped by Mr. Bong Pionela and Mrs. Delia Pionela of Quezon province. The showcase exhibit booth won 3rd place. old window panels,white pebbles, dendrobium hybrids , bromeliads , anthuriums and ornamental plants complement each other .

Mr. Reinald A. del Valle -Market Development Executive of Allied Botanical Corporation

The lectures conducted by Allied Botanical Corporation during the show is a crowd drawer, The company is known for their fertilizer , potting media and seed products. Their slogan “Kaagapay ng mga Magsasaka” , shows the company commitment in¬† being partners¬† with the farmers by sharing technologies and trainings to their clientele¬† .

2nd place winner in  ornamental landscape exhibit executed by VS orchids ( Mark Spowart)

Unlike in the previous orchid shows, There is a special 2 x 3 square meter category orchid showcase  landscape competition . This is in order to encourage backyard and small- time orchid growers to compete .

3rd place winner in ornamental plant exhibit executed by : Constel Garden

While the 4 x 8 square meter regular landscape exhibit normally is allotted to¬† the big time farm owners . Sometimes this discourages small time hobbyists to compete and even participate in local orchid shows. The last time POS had this special 2×3 square meter landscape exhibit was in 1999 held at the EDSA Shangri-La Mall in Mandaluyong City.

4×5 square meter landscape exhibit done by Malvarosa Orchid Farm ( First Place)

Times are quite hard and compared several years ago where orchid growing is a fad not only among the rich but also among the ordinary people.

an array of tillandsias , bromeliads and ferns

Now a days if a person live in a small apartment or condo that barely has any free space, or none at all.  Having a small orchid showcase or a flower showcase is not a bad idea !

Mr. Noel Vincent Canicula pose with Mrs. Amelita Ramos

Mr. Noel Vincent Canicula , a member of the Philippine Orchid Society and a board member of Philippine Horticultural Society  is also a landscaper , restauranteur , entrepreneur and a plant collector.

Mr. Carl Balita together with Ms. Joy Belmonte ( Quezon City -Vice Mayor) tapped a television segment , the tandem had a regular television show at Studio 23

How to start a pocket  and indoor garden

Just because your place is small you don’t have to steer clear of your local florist or give away every bouquet or plant you receive. All you have to do is to utilize your space smarter.

Get rid of the clutter. Keep your home free of anything that isn’t needed or wanted, or put it away in storage. That way, there will always be space for a bouquet or plant.

Orchids and Plants Arrangement indoor:

The author would recommend to buy flowering potted orchids and plants whenever there is a  special event maybe  party , important guest or anniversary around the house ,  It is also advisable to use gentler light from lamps is better for smaller condos and apartments. Take advantage of natural light as well by keeping windows free and unblocked. Choose a focal area maybe within the living room or near a good source of natural light , let us say near the windows ,  that you can start having a small pocket garden.

Mirrors can really open up a space. It can also make flower arrangements look bigger (especially if the flowers are placed in a corner where two mirrors meet), making more of an impact. Some may use different live orchid species , some may use the same orchid genus . It totally depends on the creativity of a person .

And if you want to make your place look bigger, avoid bold colors and stark contrasts. You want to stick to paler colors (cream and beige are good) with little contrast. That way, there‚Äôs no dramatic start and end ‚Äď everything just flows gently into each other creating the appearance of a larger space.

Plus choose a ceramic container  to put all those live flowering orchids , It is okey to trim down a few coconut husk and roots in in order to have a nice display of the live orchid display  plus do not forget to put moss in order to retain  the moisture . Humidity is indoor is  lower compared to outdoors .

Manila Bulletin booth – one of the media partners of the event

Here are the Set of Winners:

Best in 2x 3 square meter- Showcase Landscape exhibit:
First Place: Mr. Manuel and Mrs. Susan Lee
Second Place: Mrs. Vangie Go ( Lambana Tropical)
Third Place: Mr. Bong and Delia Pionela ( Quezon province)

Best in 4×8 square meter- Orchid Landscape exhibit
First Place: Malvarosa Orchids by Atty. Hernando B. Perez
Second Place: Mr. Carlos Valeriano Lazaro, Mrs. Mable Chua, Mrs. Linda Lim, Boyet Ganigan
Third Place: Mrs. Cora Purificacion and Mrs. Ana Purificacion- Conde

Best in 4x 8 square meter-Ornamental Landscape exhibit
First Place: Metts Plant Art by Professor Serapion Metilla
Second Place: VS Orchids and Ornamental by Mr.Mark Spowart
Third Place: Constel Nature Garden By Mr. Constacio Basis

Best Monopodial Orchid : Trichoglottis brachiata of Purificacion Orchids
Best Sympodial Orchid and Best Foreign Species : Epidendrum floribundum of Vangie Go
Best Philippine Species : Aerides lawrenceae of Vangie Go.

Best Vanda sanderiana: Vanda sanderiana ” immaculata ” of Mr. Neil Ganigan (Arid’s and Aroid )
Best Vandaceous alliance and Best in Show : Mr. Neil Ganigan

Best Cattleya : Bc. Mt. Hood Delco Point of Malvarosa Orchids by Atty. Hernando B. Perez

Best Dendrobium: Den. UH 800 x 306 x KB White of VS Orchids and Ornamental

Best Oncidium: Onc. leucochilum of Purificacion Orchids
Best Phalaenopsis: Phal. Sogo Yukidian ‘ V3’ of Purificacion Orchids
Best Cultured Plant: Den. UH 800 x 306 x KB White of VS Orchids and Ornamental Plant

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