Paph rothschildianum TN-7-35

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  1. Apr 30, 2018 #1

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    [​IMG]
    DSW:7cm NS:35cm
     
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    7 cm!!! Wow, excellent. I like the proportion and balance. The color combo is spectacular. Any background on this clone, parentage and origin? Thanks for sharing.

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    That's a monster!
    Can you explain your naming system for the varietal 'TN-7-35', please?
     
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    He explains in the first pic. 7cm dorsal, 35cm NS

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    Absolutely incredible. That is a special clone. Great to see you posting again here Iweyshen. I hope you post a lot more as your plants are wonderful.
     
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    Silly me. Thank-you.
     
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    One of the parents of this exotic roths is “Big Panda”, of which most of the paphio cultivatar in Taiwan are looking for adult plant of this “big panda” series. Actually, the roths in Taiwan really improved a lot these year and the first flower DS standard for roths is now is 6 cm or above, while the NS should be more than 28.5 cm for a keeper. If for breeding standard, the DS and NS should above 6.5 cm and 30 cm respectively.
     
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    That is one beautiful roth.
     
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    Beautifull and marvelous rothschildianum !
    The flower is particularly Well balanced for a waouh effect !
     
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    Stunning! What can one say: OMG! :clap: :clap: :clap:

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    Just perfect!

    What are the parents?
     
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    Thanks for sharing.
     
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    Nice.
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    Wow!!!!!!
     
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    Camel posted this above:

    "One of the parents of this exotic roths is “Big Panda”, of which most of the paphio cultivatar in Taiwan are looking for adult plant of this “big panda” series. Actually, the roths in Taiwan really improved a lot these year and the first flower DS standard for roths is now is 6 cm or above, while the NS should be more than 28.5 cm for a keeper. If for breeding standard, the DS and NS should above 6.5 cm and 30 cm respectively."

    Thanks!
     
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    where does 'Big Panda' come from? Parentage?
     
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    Big Panda is a clone from Taiwan but I have no idea on its parentage. Some information shows that it can produce a flower with DS:7.5, NS: 35
     
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    Wow that is crazy!
     

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