As far as I know, the law in Mich. is the same as what Path0gen states. Beatiful save, by the way. I've only seen these here in Mich. on the edges...
Wow, beautiful markings and color. A definite keeper.
The one remaining leaf seems to be a basal leaf. The apical growth is already dead. Unless it throws new growth from the base (which appears very...
Other than the challenge of blooming it, in my mind it doesn't even seem that it would make an attractive cross.
Also look a lot like Paph. Mystic Isle.
Great color and nice form, too.
I had a stonei x niveum cross that was at least as large as yours. Tried everything you're describing; more light, less light, warmer, cooler,...
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Woodstream has it listed. Here is a link to the page. Partway down the page.
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Have to agree with Guldal, looks like a callosum, and a nice one at that if the dorsal doesn't reflex any more.
When I was growing under lights my main bench had four 8' T12 HO bulbs. That was over a 8' x 30in. wide bench at approx. the same distance above...
Whatever they are I like them.
Fox Valley Orchids had some at the Michigan Orchid Society Palm Sunday Show. He may still have some.
So what is the cross? Parishii x ?
That's quite a stem. Certainly was a bummer that it only lasted in bloom for one week.
After much internet searching I had come to this conclusion, too. However, Marlow Orchids lists it as Mystic Isles.
I don't know about the name, but the actual parentage is Paph. (ang-thong var. alba 'In-Charm' x niveum 'Pathana' FCC/AOS) x Paph. niveum...
This was real common in the trade a few years back. Bought this from Orchids Garden Center in Madison, WI a few years back when Chuck...
I've never grown this species but I like it a lot. Great color.
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