Paph. haynaldianum x philippinense

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  1. Apr 13, 2009 #1

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    Nice Ray ! :clap:It has a name..Paph Leybaudyanum
     
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    That's got some intense color Ray Very, very nice
     
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    So that's what they look like. Can you post a photo of the whole plant please?
     
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    very fine colors and good shape!!! Jean
     
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    Love the colors!
     
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    Cool dorsal.
     
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    Very lovely primary.
     
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    I really like the colour in that one. Gorgeous. One of the nicer example of this hybrid I have seen. I have this hybrid which would have around a dozen growths. I still haven't flowered it. It can't be much longer.

    David
     
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    Great flower! My plant of this hybrid has variegated foliage. Not sure if it's a mutation or a virus!
     
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    Cool cross!
     
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    :clap: That is quite nice! There was a Lebaudyanum at the show that I clerked & it didn't have the color that this one does! :clap::clap:
    I have plants of this one, both parents being albas, the wait continues! You're not alone David!

    :confused: It's probably neither .....my guess is a mistagged .... both parents are green leaved.
     
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