Concolor v. Longipetalum and muriel constance x gemeni

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  1. Aug 27, 2019 #1

    troy

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    I, personally, especially like the concolor var. longipetalum! But both plants look so healthy and well grown - well done!

    Kind regards, Jens
     
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    Thanks! The concolor. V. Had 3 buds 1 blasted... hopefully 2 will open
     
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    Nice flowers.
     
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    wasn't crazy about it before, but longipetalum has sure grown on me!
     
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    So Troy are you growing the longipetalum in straight polished rocks?
     
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    I have it in 1/2" growstone, 1/2" limestone and some orchiata 1/2". topped with polished diamonds lol..
     
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    Is the concolor v. longipetalum synonymous with josianae? Thank you. Beautiful plants. Amazed to see so much stone in the mix.
     
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    I always go with original names, orchid taxonomists get bored and change names, I think they just cause trouble nowadays confusing things...check into cattleyas lol..
     
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    Yes, it is Paph. josianae now.
     

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