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toddybear

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Just arrived this week. Clockwise from the top: Phrag Mountain Maid,
Paph. moquettianum X hangianum, Paph. Ho Chi Minh, Paph Oklahoma, Paph. Joyce Hasegawa and in the centre, Paph. Oberhausen's Diament....not in the pic is my Paph. In-Charm Handel. Most are small but the Phrag is in spike! :clap:


 
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Cool plants, I can't believe your phrag is in spike! We picked up the moquettianum x hangianum too, very nice plant.
 

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Your moquettianum x hangianum is about the same size as one I bought last fall today, so good purchase there. You recieved yours larger than mine from last year. It grows at a good rate too. I can't wait for it to bloom.

I got a Phal Taisuco Glory 'Ming Leopard' in spike (and now in bloom today) and a Paph Judge Philip in bud:D. It is a 2 mature growth plant, 1 old growth and two new growths for only $25. I think Paph Kenneth Marple (laevigatum x fairriarnum) possibly could bloom this year too and may have some interesting results. Then I also got many paph seedlings too. Their paph catalogue changed so fast this year and sold out of many plants during spring shipping!
 

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Yea Kenneth Marple can possibly be ugly. The plant is quite compact too. I really hope I don't get one with a deformed pouch lol.

Phal Taisuco Glory 'Ming Leopard' bloomed...
 

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