leucochilum

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    My first leuco and it's first flower. From a flask from a few years ago. It's a bit cuppy and some of the edges have browned off but I still like it and it's immaculate lip.

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    did you make this flask from your own cross? or was the flask bought from a seller?
     
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    Good work - congrats on the flowering! Nice and interesting pattern, by the way - what is the cross?!

    Kind regards, Jens
     
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    nice flower
    i like the contrasting markings
     
  5. Aug 12, 2019 at 3:29 AM #5

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    I bought the flask. There was no information about the cross. So how do you grow yours? What minimum temperatures and how do you handle them in winter?
     
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    That is quite an accomplishment growing plants from flasks, I always kill plants from flasks , they maybe survived for a year then in the end still died . I am still a novice in growing brachy paphs, a lot of death plants , changing thru many media to no avail .
     
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    The trick is to grow them warm and don't remove them from the community pot until they are almost flowering sized. I learned this in the last couple of years. Before that I lost almost everything. This leuco is the last one still alive from that flask! I don't lose any from flask now. https://www.slippertalk.com/threads/thaianum.47359/
     
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    [The trick is to grow them warm and don't remove them from the community pot until they are almost flowering sized.]
    thank for the tip. I will keep that in mind , that may be the reason why they died when got potting individually .
     
  9. Aug 15, 2019 at 6:22 PM #9

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    Very nice leuco and you can be proud of growing it from flask. Congrats
     
  10. Aug 17, 2019 at 3:06 PM #10

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    worth reflowering
     

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