Discussion in 'Paphiopedilum' started by Gilda, May 15, 2019.
It is paler than pictured. I find the dots across the top of the petals interesting.
Gilda, that's a very beautiful flower and I'm green with envy to see this because I had one seedling, many years ago.....but sadly the culture failed.
On the other hand, as far as I know, these spots mentioned of you prevent it to be a true album. So it's correct name should be P. lowii f. aureum.
Cool. Where’d you get this from?
Nice form. But unluckily that it is not a pure album with black dots in the petals.
Thank you for the info
Looking Glass Orchids, 2 years ago as a BS seedling
I like the dots ...so for me it's not unlucky.
Nice, thanks for sharing.
Great presentation for the aureum form. I've seen a few with very skinny dorsals.
Mine bloomed out very green and white with the same maroon dots on the petals near the stami. Not at all aureum, so what to call that? Viridis?
That's a beauty!
Congrats it's stunning!!! I only have a seedling it's got many years to go yet lol
Do you have a pic Rick ? interesting how these can be so different.
Great flower count ! I see the dots , and it is limey green. Thanks for sharing the pic.
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