Either way. You're right Kyle. You missed my point. Just making an argument that it should be victoria-regina instead of chamberlainianum.spicerianum x chamberlainianum
LS is about 9" in a 3.25" pot with two growths. Concolor is ok so far.When I was looking up how to spell it correctly, I thought that maybe that is what you were getting at. I agree, very nice. The dorsal is quite unique. What is the leafspan. How is your concolor doing?
I love a friendly challenge. See for yourself...I'm going to butt in -- I thought victoria reginae is now called chamberlainianum.
Ernie,Either way. You're right Kyle. You missed my point. Just making an argument that it should be victoria-regina instead of chamberlainianum.
We call it Paphiopedilum Zollingeri (spicerianum x victoria-regina). Yours would be Paphiopedilum Deedmannianum (chamberlainianum x spicerianum). We say tomAYto, you say tomAHto. Let's call the whole thing off.
I think it's a neat thing no mater what you call it. Two flowers and a bud with great color IMO on a nice compact plant. We'll keep watering it!
The cochlopetalum have been getting named and renamed since 1903.So if I understand this correctly, even though victoria-regina is the Kew accepted name; according to Braem: anything today labeled victoria-regina is actually chamberlainianum.