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    Could you please help me with this ID?

    Hi all This week i found this Paphiopedilum in a flower shop but as allways with no ID. Ist it possible to guess what is it?
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    Paphiopedilum insigne " Giant"

    Yes, i'm with you, i will not do it. Thaks you verry much
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    Could you please help me with this ID

    Thanks a lot
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    Could you please help me with this ID

    Thanks a lot. Annyway i can see some differences but may be other clone of this cross. First pic is a true x villosum The second pic is the doubt.
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    Could you please help me with this ID

    I am going to receive from a portugueese lady, next week, a spare of this Paphiopedilum, she has it for very long time as Papiopedilum insigne. Could you please tell me if it's so, whitch variety or primary hybrid is?
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    Paphiopedilum insigne " Giant"

    I just now discovered this article from the responsabelity of this forums about this species, here it is: http://www.slipperorchids.info/paphdatasheets/paphiopedilum/insigne/index.html And here is the pic of the same clone i am calling "Giant", here as Cypripedium insigne var.montanum. Was it...
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    Paphiopedilum insigne stable mutant plant

    I think as its a species I have a friend biologist that will do it. Then i will post here the article from the scientific magazine
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    Paphiopedilum insigne " Giant"

    This clone is in the familly collection for much more than 50 years, so impossible to say where does it came from.
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    Paphiopedilum insigne " Giant"

    Among all my old Paph.insigne collection, i discovered a giant clone, comparing it with typical ones. As my sister was the responsible for last repotings i could see that some clones were mixed up, as she loves seeing pots full of plants 😂 So, my job this year is to isolate different stable...
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    Hi from Madeira Island

    Thanks a lot
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    Paphiopedilum insigne stable mutant plant

    Thanks a lot for all of your support.
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    Paphiopedilum insigne stable mutant plant

    No, where we live we just love preserving species as it is, specially those included in apendix l of Cites. There for it is grown by almost all inhabitants of Madeira Island for more than a 100 years, as Christmas decoration flowers. I was thinking giving it a name after a special place from...
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    Paphiopedilum insigne stable mutant plant

    We have this mutation for a very long time, for many years. The general growers here don't care about mutations exept for a small group of skiled growers that encoraged me to go on with this idea of registering it as a special cultivar of this species.
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    Hi from Madeira Island

    Y're very welcome. Thanks
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    Paphiopedilum insigne stable mutant plant

    This mutation is found among several growers, but as i konw its stable, i am making a sellection growing it appart from the typical forms.
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    Hi from Madeira Island

    Thank you very much
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    Paphiopedilum insigne stable mutant plant

    For more than 50 years i've seen in Madeira Island in other People collection and in my self collection this mutation on P. Insigne's labellum, as shown on this picture. Does anny one know it ? If so, do you think it's worthy of being registered and named as a distinguished cultivar ? Thankyou
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    Hi from Madeira Island

    Thanks Martin for your words. Have a grwat
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