Naughty cat ! I had my paph Rosy Down dragged out of the pot and on the floor of the greenhouse, but the roots and the plant itself survived.
Thank you. Here are some close ups of those blooms just for you!Wonderfull display, Lori!
My own personal top-3 is in the following order:
1) tranlienianum - gorgeous flowers and impressively well grown plant. Kudos for culture!
2) glaucophyllum - again the size of the plant really impresses. And you might have a flowering coming on for many moons to come!
3) the fairrie - because it is exactly that!
Ha ha, I have had that happen to my orchids, Especially my Phrags due to long flexible leaves! Had a few depotting incidents! Had to train the kitten with copious tin foil to stay out of the south window. I also have to keep them far enough off the floor that they can’t be snatched by a long reach
Thank you for the close up, Mr. DeMille!Here are some close ups of those blooms just for you!
David is right! I have only recently started to dabble very low key in hybrids, but wonders if it per chance could be P. Angel Hair (St.Swithin x sanderianum)?That is not a St Swithin. Looks more like a sanderianum hybrid.
OMG I can't compete with that close up. I've just crawled out of bed and am sitting here clutching a cup of coffee. But at least I've already brushed my hair. Re the sanderianum speculation......hmmm. If you're going by that middle bloom I can assure you it was molested by the cat and had its pouch stretched quite badly. It literally flaps in the breeze now while the lower bloom sits there looking more like a St. Swithin. Who knows though. Here is a close up of that bloom.Thank you for the close up, Mr. DeMille!
Now I can't rank them, though, the colouring of that fairrie seems just marvelous.
David is right! I have only recently started to dabble very low key in hybrids, but wonders if it per chance could be P. Angel Hair (St.Swithin x sanderianum)?