Paph. stonei (The Best x Red Pouch)

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gego

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Hi Everyone,
I havent posted here for a while now since we moved to Va from Ca.
My plants and I have been adjusting to the weather and I could not flower them to their potential.
But at least Im happy to share and excited to (first) flower my only stonei from Orchid Inn.20210912_100153.jpg20210912_100220.jpg20210912_100442.jpg
 

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Healty looking plants and blooms are good indicators of what's to come. It seems like the adjustment is coming along nicely.
 

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Congrats, you'll get your groove back before you know it!
Thanks. I wish I don't need to bring them in during winter. My light is not very good outdoor.
 

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Every P. stonei which flowers is a great sight and a compliment of the plant to the grower. 👍
 

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I love stonei. I have the same cross; I hope it flowers as nicely as this in the future. ☺
 

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The pale flowers are striking, it's nice to have some variety! I have one of this cross as well, it'll be interesting to see how some of its siblings turn out. This looks like a pretty compact plant, what's the leaf span?
 
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