Paph micranthum var. ebureneum for sale

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    Oh my, I love this plant for the foliage alone and the flower
    is beautiful no matter what it's called. Sadly, I've read that
    this lovely is a cool grower and I don't have the proper
    conditions for any Paph. that needs temps. lower than low 60Fs.
     
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    This batch of seedlings really seem to have great color on the petals and dorsal!
     
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    you should be able to grow it...
     
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    Angela, you can grow these. I'm sure you can with those temps.
     
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    I heard this type is warmer growing than the regular micranthum.
     
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    I got at least one of these to produce bud in Texas greenhouse. You should be able to also. I got some of these last May at Redland. Blooming season is a bit mess up due to import and reporting. Our weather is also to blame because some plants are blooming sooner this year.
     
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    P.M. sent, Mr. Lin.

    Eron and others (you know who you are!) are terrible enablers...for
    shame. :>)
     
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