Paph. armeniacum

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Guarceñosis

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Not only phrags.7b893b05cfad637c5f9550d14481d6ff.jpg5df7e11fe9e1b9b93a68c03fc84fe597.jpg

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Armenianum is one of my favorits among Paphs and this one made my day. We also have a dark and hazy autumn day here in Germany, but so far no overnight frost.
 

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Very nice color. This also has wide petals.

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Hear, hear! Beautiful colour, very nice clone!

May we see the plant in toto?

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Jens
 

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The green stuff covering the surface of the leaves are algae.
It is often seen on plants grown in high humidity environment like a greenhouse or in-situ plants.
 

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Super. I'm surprised to see this in Peru. The cool temps are great for Parvis but I thought the high humidity would ruin/rot the plants. It must be near to a fan!!!Thanks for sharing.
 
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