Paph. myanmaricum and godefroyae

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  1. Jun 27, 2019 #1

    Hieu Huynh

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    Hi Slipper hobbyists, these are Paph. myanmaricum and godefroyae in my garden. I'm overjoyed since this is the first time I have 2 Paph blooming at the same time under my care. I'm wondering if the hybrid of myanmaricum and godefroyae exists in the market? 20190619_104255.jpg 20190620_102351.jpg 20190626_100912.jpg
     
  2. Jun 27, 2019 #2

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    The RHS database does not seem to have a cross with Paph myanmaricum yet !! Jean
     
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    God, I'm dying! That myanmaricum...!!!!

    And it kind of look relatively immense! Is it?!

    Kind regards, Jens
     
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    well flowered
     
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    Very nice. Thanks for sharing. So jealous!
     
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    Very nice flowers and good growing. Is your garden outside? I would think so.
     
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    Both wonderful—myanmaricum is stunning!
     
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    Thanks for your nice comment. Yes, my garden is outside.
     
  9. Jun 29, 2019 #9

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    very nice flowers ! congratulations !

    and again a form of P. godefroyae or leucochilum as it appears in nature, the dark spotted forms come only from breeding whatever.......sorry
     
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    you could put the pollen from godefroyae on the myanmaricum and vice versa. However if I have that myanmaricum plant in flower , I would rather pollinate it to itself than making a hybrid .
     
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