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    Paphiopedilum lowii

    I’m curious how you knew to ask that?
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    Something you don't see every day - Cryptopus paniculatus

    Oh no. So very sorry for your losses. Never enough time for loving. Be kind to you.
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    Paphiopedilum platyphyllum

    Stunning!
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    Neofinetia falcata 'Hoshiguruma'

    Trillions of these bugs. Mice do sort them...and make more mice.
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    Some Australian terrestrials

    How huge? I would really like to be in on such an order if possible.
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    Paph volentianum in Texas

    Great job. Love to see more of the flower. Is this from Sam?
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    yellow spots on a friend’s Phragmipedium Cardinale (?) leaves

    She couldn’t find anything chewing underneath. She cut the marred leaves off.
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    yellow spots on a friend’s Phragmipedium Cardinale (?) leaves

    Well water (shockingly very pure/low mineral) and very occasional dilute Jacks.
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    yellow spots on a friend’s Phragmipedium Cardinale (?) leaves

    She’s telling me no but she cut off all the marred leaves.
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    yellow spots on a friend’s Phragmipedium Cardinale (?) leaves

    She couldn’t find any scale anywhere on it.
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    Malipoense

    We all want this one!
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    Paph. emersonii 2012

    I love your collection and aesthetic. Outstanding. Keep that diversity!
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    Cattleya species

    How is that center flower so different on the first one in this group?
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    Phrag. besseae (Smokin' x Colossal)

    I love RED besseae!
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    yellow spots on a friend’s Phragmipedium Cardinale (?) leaves

    Ok thank you, let me try to find out.
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    yellow spots on a friend’s Phragmipedium Cardinale (?) leaves

    Sorry, do you mean the leaf underside?
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    Phragmipedium besseae flavum seedling

    Aww thank you, I don’t know about “high-end clones,” I do tend to splurge carefully. I’m always blown away by what people show in here. As far as I know, this seedling is a selfing of the original serendipitous yellow besseae originally grown by Popow and then sold to Tom Kalina, who selfed and...
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    Roth growing advice

    Hoping I’m not repeating others’ comments but I’m now 5 years into roth growing and my main lesson is they need light high enough to make the leaves turn what in most other Paphs would be a sickly color of chartreuse yellowy green. I grow mine smack up against an unobstructed, due-south window...
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    Where to buy Cypripedium’s?

    Wenqing has expanded her list.
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    Phrag. besseae

    Lol apparently I repeat myself often in this thread
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