charlesworthii

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  1. DrLeslieEe

    Paphiopedilum charlesworthii album ‘Titan’ AM/AOS

    Just opening with two buds plus 2 more low sheaths. Strong grower, a division from Hillsview Nursery (Theresa) I got about 4 years ago. Still expanding and will get much larger (the name gives a hint lol). Hopefully all opens together in a month?
  2. DrLeslieEe

    Paphiopedilum charlesworthii var. sandowiae (album)

    I got this multigrowth plant from Eggshells and it finally threw a single bloom after 1.5 years. A very reluctant bloomer for Eggshells that he finally gave up and sold to me. Just opening. Hope it flattens out.
  3. DrLeslieEe

    Last of the Charlies

    I present the last of the Taiwan charlesworthiis to bloom… luckily it didn’t blast like the 3rd one! Very round and flat dorsal. Color not too shabby.
  4. DrLeslieEe

    Paphiopedilum charlesworthiis First Blooms

    A few first bloom charlies from HungSheng are in bud and blooming. So far the first one looks typical of species. Let’s hope the next few may be have darker pink dorsals as they are selected line breeding.
  5. DrLeslieEe

    Paph. charlesworthii fm. sandowiae (album) 'Green Delight' AM/AOS

    My 3rd to bloom this year. A division from Orchid Inn. Day 3 only so may expand over the week. Trying a new phone Samsung ZFold2.
  6. DrLeslieEe

    Paphiopedilum charlesworthii fm. sandowiae (album) ‘Titan’ AM/AOS

    Another charlesworthii album just came into bloom. I got this division from Hillsview Orchids couple years (or more) ago. A pretty vigorous grower and a well balanced flower. NS 7.5 cm, DS 5.3 cm Awarded in October 2010 with AM of 81 points.
  7. DrLeslieEe

    Paphiopedilum charlesworthii alba

    Blooming earlier ... not sure why but a few cooler growing paph species flowering are early (normally fall to spring aka September to March). Used to be my dream plant through the 90’s lol. Now I have several different cultivars. Dorsal sepal a big small but cute nonetheless. May expand over a...
  8. Phaladdict

    Charlesworthii a strange one

    Hello All This is my first post here but almost feel like I know you all as I have followed the forum since a good while, anyway i flowered today this Charlie, it come from north Thailand,it is a bit strange small dorsal and all, even if i know there are many variant not often seen nor...
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