Paph. intaniae

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DrLeslieEe

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That is indeed a tall spike! Can't wait to see when all blooms open.
 

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Congrats!
What LS has it? Mine is now at 55cm LS.
 

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Great to see this species here. Congrats for growing and flowering it. 👌
 

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Great to see a posting of this... I have 8 or so of these left from a flask that came in as 'paph seedling' on the import paperwork back in 2018... hoping I actually get to flower one... :)
 

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Wow, I hope that Sun is only for the photo! Too bad the album/Christae form seed was not viable in the lab. Wait, maybe that was anitum. .. Thanks for sharing.
 

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Impressive sight, Camel. I can only echo Leslie - please, keep us posted with an update, when all buds are open!

Does anyonw know anyting of its habitat-conditions - interesting to know, if that could divulge, what spurns on such an elongated infloresence?
 

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Impressive sight, Camel. I can only echo Leslie - please, keep us posted with an update, when all buds are open!

Does anyonw know anyting of its habitat-conditions - interesting to know, if that could divulge, what spurns on such an elongated infloresence?
Olaf's new book has a section on the species - he posted a screen shot of the intaniae section on his facebook page.... (i don't have that one)
 

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Impressive to see it in flower! Any culture advice? I had no luck with this species?
 

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Impressive to see it in flower! Any culture advice? I had no luck with this species?
This species seems like water very much. I use big pot with larger portion of fur bark mixed with volcanic rock for better water preserving inside port. Good ventilation is a must and place it under medium light level.
 

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Thank you! Thats helpful! Perhaps seedgrown generetions will be easier grower. Will you propagate it?
 

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Wow!!! I grow one of these on a light stand. I might have to punch a hole in the ceiling if it ever blooms. Thank you for sharing your growing tips, your plant is so well grown. Congratulations!
 

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