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    Paphiopedilum godefroyae "black"

    is this one from popow orchids?
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    Paphiopedilum godefroyae "black"

    is the clone name "Black" naming by you or the seller ?
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    Phrag Peruflora Cirila Alca (maybe...)

    those vertical triangle on both sides of the pouch, I haven't found the term for them (like short cat's ears) , and the sawteeth at the front of the pouch , Phrag Eric Young=longifolium x besseae has the same feature of this flower (but Eric Young has skinnier pouch & more orange color) Other...
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    Phrag Peruflora Cirila Alca (maybe...)

    perhaps a Cirila Alca x "-------" , anyhow , it seems to have too much longifolium in it to be a Cirila Alca?
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    Oil and Acrylic Paintings of my Slippers

    you are amazingly talented , I am awestruck
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    Wössner Vietnam Love

    Your observation is interesting , children from good looking parents may not be attractive if they get the wrong combinations
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    Wössner Vietnam Love

    what does the vietnamense x leucochilum look like? I am curious of that combination
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    My First FCC!!

    stunningly flowers , very well grown plant too. Congratulations for the FCC
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    Papilio-laoticus in bloom

    I did not realize before that this species has such big flower, wow .
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    First Bud of the Black Leucochilums

    yes, breeding material for sure , I mean ,cross them to each other right away, unless you are waiting for another black ready to bloom in a few day.
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    Anyone know about this???

    paph insigne has not been listed as indigenous in Vietnam (supposedly, only in India, Bangladesh & Nepal) , so obviously the scientists were wrong if the Vietnamese found them from the forests in Vietnam. There are more than 3 varieties , I attach the information of a list of insigne varieties...
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    Hybrid of Paph. rungsuriyanum - Paphiopedilum Fallersleben

    interesting, the two flowers look similar, while the leaves of the plants look different
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    Anyone know about this???

    Is it your greenhouse or outdoor growing garden in Vietnam ? The reason I ask is that if you are outside the country, there is a chance this is a hybrid but if you live in Vietnam and bought it from someone who also lives there, the chance of it is a species increase .
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    First Bud of the Black Leucochilums

    The Tag inside the small bud plant's pot , in the photo said the clone name is 'Blackest Knight'
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    First Bud of the Black Leucochilums

    was "Blackest Knight" a clone named by yourself (if it is not a division plant) ?
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    First Bud of the Black Leucochilums

    there seems to be a few separated lines of black breeding. this one is relying on the spots to be close enough to become black , the shape is good . Are both of them divisions ? or just the leucochilum CH 'Blackest Knight' (chingher orchids?) ? The second line breeding is the Red Vulcano...
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    Paphiopedilum leucochilum`Account Black Pearl sib x Account Red Dragon - Not!

    I truly hope something will eventually work out for you through communication between you and alexej .
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    Paphiopedilum leucochilum`Account Black Pearl sib x Account Red Dragon - Not!

    hi Alexej, it is good to know that the largest plants from the cross are not in bloom yet . As you explained , there also is a possibility of mixed up in the collection , the positive thing is you guys did have communication. Years ago, when I still had a big collection , after a spill of a...
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    Paphiopedilum leucochilum`Account Black Pearl sib x Account Red Dragon - Not!

    per I don't think you bought an individual "named clone" or a "division", since you said the name is : leucochilum "Account Black Pearl" x "Account Red Dragon" You just bought one plant out of the many sibbling plants resulted from this mating of these two parents. your reply to Leslie "it was...
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    First Bud of the Black Leucochilums

    exciting
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