Paph haynaldianum

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  1. Mar 30, 2019 #1

    gego

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    Test. I have been kicked out since Tapatalk does not work anymore with this forum.
    First flower from seedling got from Sam. Will post again when all five will open. Size is very good. 20190329_194946.jpg
     
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    Well, your test worked and the flower looks great. I'm impressed with the 5 flowers. Mine never have that many. Mike
     
  3. Mar 30, 2019 #3

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    I'm using all rocks mid size for this plant in plastic pot. NKCa same ratio. Im feeding up to 100 ppm when warm and light is long. The plant seems okay and it has two new growth while flowering. What is interesting is that the yellow/brown tips slowly disappeared and I thought it was from the salt. I go out of the box all the time. If they die,,, then i have now a good reason to buy. Hehe,,, dont follow me.
     
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    what is the cross?
     
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    Beautiful plant!!
     
  6. Mar 31, 2019 #6

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    Jeanie x New Wave
     
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    Nice one!
     
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    Here it is,

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    Very nice I can't wait for mine to bloom when it's big enough
     
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    WAUW! That's a stunner! :)
     
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    That one is much nicer than mine :(
    That's a really nice flower
     
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    Next flower, yours will be as nice.
     
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    That is wonderful. Five flowers on a spike is exceptional for tjid species. It is such a compact plant too.
     
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    I like the compactness of the plant as well as the bright color contrast of the flowers. Most haynaldianums we award here in Canada (AOS) are huge plants almost 2-3 feet wide with tall 3+ feet spikes.
     

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