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Bob in Albany N.Y.

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I really don’t know what cross this is. It was purchased as armeniacum x micranthum. Leaves are each about 4 1/2” long. Appears to be a sequential bloomer.

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Stem length is only about 3" tall. In Nov. of last year I bought a group of paphs. Only two where mature size. This one and one that is labeled as delenatii alba. The other 8 or 10 were seedlings most of which are suppose to be Liberty Taiwan. After we agreed on a price I was told that possible a couple might be labeled incorrectly. I purchased these at a very discounted price so went ahead with the deal. Hope a few of the other plants are labeled correctly, although I won't know for years as they are seedlings.

By the way just click on the photos to enlarge. I know we can't put a definite name of this plants but am looking for educated guesses.
 
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orchid527

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I really don’t know what cross this is. It was purchased as armeniacum x micranthum. Leaves are each about 4 1/2” long. Appeared to be a sequential bloomer.

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Stem length is only about 3" tall. In Nov. of last year I bought a group of paphs. Only two where mature size. This one and one that is labeled as delenatii alba. The other 8 or 10 were seedlings most of which are suppose to be Liberty Taiwan. After we agreed on a price I was told that possible a couple might be labeled incorrectly. I purchased these at a very discounted price so went ahead with the deal. Hope a few of the other plants are labeled correctly, although I won't know for years as they are seedlings.

By the way just click on the photos to enlarge. I know we can't put a definite name of this plants but am looking for educated guesses.
I have seen victoria-regina x bellatulum seedlings for sale. I can see them turning out like this. Mike
 

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maybe glaucophyllum x bellatulum. the dorsal coloring is closer to glaucophyllum.
 
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