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paphioboy

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this is an unidentified paph currently blooming... i suspect it is a (brachy x cochlo) hybrid, but not sure what... i'm pretty confident that one parent is niveum.. that's obvious..hehe :D it closely resembles Ron Williamson (niveum x primulinum) but i do have a Ron Williamson which has yet to bloom, and the foliage of both plants are different... Identification will be greatly appreciated! :)
The flower:


The foliage:
 

Carol

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Whatever it is, I like it. Certainly looks like there is primulinum somewhere in the cross.
 

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Deperle, maybe??? Maybe not, the foliage is too light.
 

Jason Fischer

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That's paph. Ron Williamson (primulinum var. flavum x niveum). Foliage among the same crosses can vary from plant to plant. It's a wonderful cross, and I have many seedlings coming along made with a 4N primulinum which I am excited for!
 
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Ernie

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I second Jason's thoughts. Those green stripes are cool on yours.

-Ernie
 
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goldenrose

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:clap:mystery solved! Cool! Nice plant anyway you look at it!:wink:
 
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