Paph. gratrixianum

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Rick

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I like this one. Dorsal is wider than most.

Do you want to send me pollen to put into mine?
 

myxodex

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Very nice ... if mine doesn't bloom in the next year or two it's going in the bin.
 
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Corbin

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Getting there! The capsule will take close to a year to mature, and then a couple of months to germinate the seed. About a year after that the seedlings may be ready to bring home:clap:
After all that time I'd have forgotten all about them. :poke:
 
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I just saw this thread. Nice gratrixianum! One of my faves. I hope mine blooms again. I don't know what the problem is, but it's not a faithful bloomer. I'll have to improve the culture somehow.
 

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Beautiful. I have mine in several growths now, but the plant stay compact with less than 10" LS and hasn't bloom yet. I had it for over 4 years now. Almost time for compost. Maybe it's a non-blooming clone. How do you grow your plant??
 

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