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Hakone

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Hello

mine paph. gratrixianum opens slowly now :rollhappy:



 

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At last a real gratrixianum. This one is the type from South Viet Nam. Most of the gratrixianum in the USA if not all are Paph. affine, a different type with narrow, erect leaves.
 
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At last a real gratrixianum. This one is the type from South Viet Nam. Most of the gratrixianum in the USA if not all are Paph. affine, a different type with narrow, erect leaves.
Could you go into more detail? By looking at these photos, I see long, narrow, erect leaves.:confused:
 

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Could you go into more detail? By looking at these photos, I see long, narrow, erect leaves.:confused:

Hello goldenrose,
I have bought as paph. gratrixianum
I believe, which could act it paph. villosum var. boxallii over or paph. x Affine











 

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Could you go into more detail? By looking at these photos, I see long, narrow, erect leaves.:confused:
Hello goldenrose,
I believe, which is paph. x Aspersum = barbigerum var. lockianum x henryanum:drool:
 
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goldenrose

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Thanks Hakone! This will get interesting, as I have a boxalli in bud now, we'll have to compare!
 
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biothanasis

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Really nice... I love the spots...!!!!!!!!!!! Good work... :)
 
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Corbin

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Though I am no expert I would say it is definitely not gratrixianum. Be that as it may it is a nice flower.:)
 

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