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Today I had also the possibility to make pictures of an artificial propagated Paph. hangianum

Here together with an older plant





Here the first flowered plant from artificial propagation



This plant shows us that there will come many nice clones produced by artificial propagation.

and the older one




Best greetings

Olaf
 

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Wow, one needs a shave;> I do prefer the color and shape of the artificially prop. one.
 
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Gorgeous!!! You guys in europe and Asia have to propagate these guys like crazy....maybe when there is a big supply of high quality plants in the rest of the world our USFW will finally have enough sense to allow us to legally import some flasks and seedlings......Take care, Eric
 

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Olaf, how long from deflask to flower. What is the leafspan?

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Both are lovely. Now I want another orchid. Either is OK, but I rellly like the hairy one.
 

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great flower!!:drool::clap:

I hope mine will bloom fast now, it's also an artificialy propagated one, maybe one brother? :D
 

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I do not think that any of those two plants are artificially propagated at all... The type on the left with the smller wavy leaves and reddish very hairy flowers has been collected since 3 years only...
 
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But I know that this one is propagated artificially and some more will come in bloom in the next time. I have seen the flask and the seedlings in the last years, so I am really sure that the plant on the left is the product of artificially propagation.

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Olaf
 

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But I know that this one is propagated artificially and some more will come in bloom in the next time. I have seen the flask and the seedlings in the last years, so I am really sure that the plant on the left is the product of artificially propagation.

Best greetings

Olaf
I agree, I'm sure mine is also artificially propagated, as there were the tiny leaves at the base of the plant typically from young seedlings, and nothing that shows it could be a division. :)
 
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I too like the shape of the propagated one ...
I like the red, too ....
and love the hair!
 

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John D. you must have missed the thread. He ate it as a salad. From what I understand he used a tangy vinegrette dressing as the CITES police held guns on him.
 
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John D. you must have missed the thread. He ate it as a salad. From what I understand he used a tangy vinegrette dressing as the CITES police held guns on him.
I bet it was delicious :poke:
 
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John D. you must have missed the thread. He ate it as a salad. From what I understand he used a tangy vinegrette dressing as the CITES police held guns on him.
Paph. hangianum 'Honey Raspberry'?

Tangy indeed!

More seriously, this is the second time I've looked at these today. Gorgeous...
 

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