Paph Lynleigh Koopowitz and China Moon

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The first photo is one of a few that have bloomed of late. This one has darker striations then the others. It is (delenatii x malipoense) = Lynleigh Koopowitz




Below is Paph. China Moon. It is a new one that I just got from Parkside in Feb. of this year. This is composed of (Greyi 'Ching Hua x armenicaum 'Moon Festival).


 
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Stunning, love the Koopowitz, but that that China Moon is fabulous
 

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Your Lynleigh makes me want to beat mine into action.
 

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adiaphane said:
What?!!! Am I seeing this right? They're not multis! ;)

While I do not grow brachys and parvis, I do enjoy them and appreciate them.
Unlike maudiaes....:p

(oh heck, I even appreciate a few of those too.)

For some reason though, mottled leaves really irk me.
I think that is the main reason I don't grow any of them. I know, that's totally bizarro isn't it?
 

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Heather said:
For some reason though, mottled leaves really irk me.
I think that is the main reason I don't grow any of them. I know, that's totally bizarro isn't it?
Yes, that is totally weird, but then again, the fact that I grow slippers at all makes my boyfriend wonder about me sometimes. I think that he is even getting to like them, thanks to the malipoense smelling like his favorite berry.
 

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