Paph Lebaudyanum

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cnycharles

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amazing. this plant really could be given the clonal name 'jacob's ladder' and it would be accurately descriptive
 

NYEric

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Good! Now that you're relaxed I can unleash the awesomeness of my Lebaudyanum album!
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Obviously not album and all of 10" tall! :p
a NYC apartment is not condusive to growing multis so i figured I'd post a photo before a cat ate itb or something.
 

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I'm shaking in my boots. :poke: The plant looks nice and healthy. Should be good. You need to get the multi's in a big clump to see them at their best. So you have a bit of growing ahead of you. Look forward to seeing the flowers open.
 
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If no one will ask I will. Why did you drop it in your coffe cup? Is coffee some new fertilizing trend? :poke:
 

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Due to space constraints, and quite frankly laziness :eek:, the plant/pot normally sit on an angle. Now it won't sit straight up without help, hence the coffee cup holder.
 

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I actuarially thought you were making an orchid tea or "orchid joe" for on the go in the AM!
 
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