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Paphiopedilum Doll’s Kobold (henryanum ‘Windy Hill’ x charlesworthii ‘Regal’) I grew from flask bought in 2014. It took just under 4 years to bloom a few seedlings for the first time. This is its third blooming since.
This was the only one with a dark flower among the bunch.
Among my favorites! So cute!! 😍

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I love the saturated color on this clone. If you ever divide it, I am interested. ;)
It has about four growths at the moment. When it bloomed in less than 4 years out of flask, I thought it would be a speedy grower, but slower than I initially anticipated.
By the way, didn't you get a compot of this batch from me about three years ago?
 
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It has about four growths at the moment. When it bloomed in less than 4 years out of flask, I thought it would be a speedy grower, but slower than I initially anticipated.
By the way, didn't you get a compot of this batch from me about three years ago?
No, I did not. I have a batch of your Norito Hasegawa x fairrieanum. I wish I had seen these.
 

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No, I did not. I have a batch of your Norito Hasegawa x fairrieanum. I wish I had seen these.
How are they doing? Mine are not showing any signs of spiking yet although I believe most of them are of blooming/near blooming size. like for over a year now at least.
 
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How are they doing? Mine are not showing any signs of spiking yet although I believe most of them are of blooming/near blooming size. like for over a year now at least.
Mine are growing excellently but no signs of spiking either. It sounds like ours are progressing at the same pace. Hopefully some will spike next year.
 

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