Discussion in 'Paphiopedilum' started by raymond, Feb 12, 2009.
yes. lovely pattern!!! Jean
Lovely!!! But I guess this is a hybrid!!??? I love the spots on the dorsal btw...
Very nice ! :clap:
It is a beautiful photograph....and it looks like gratrixianum to me. However, it's only been open for a few hours. It will change in form dramatically over the next 24 to 48 hours. It would be very interesting to show us what it looks like in a few days.
Looks like its going to be a beauty when its fully open.:clap:
I was thinking hybrid, also. The shape isn't like the gratrixes I've seen posted. But maybe line breeding has created this one.
Could you possibly show a picture of the whole plant? I'm wondering how big it had to get to flower.
I have what looks like a bunch of seedlings in one pot, possibly a compot, or else it's a very small plant with lots of growths.
Nice looking flower. :clap:
Yes, please post an updated pic after the flower matures
Very nice. It does look a bit different.
:drool: Very COOOL!! definitely keep us updated! :drool:
Here are the 5 days after flowering
Thank you for the updated photos and the one showing the whole plant; it resembles the one I have - lots of growths.
Look'in better Raymond! Great "whole body" shots
I wondered if the first picture was just barely open.
A nice gratrixianum to be sure.
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