Paph. tranlienianum album

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fibre

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Some flowers from my second generation tranlienianum album breeding:
I like them because of their symmetrical ruffled petals and their dorsals. The dorsals don't show the waves at the base as often seen at tranlienianum.

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Very nice rare plant!!!I love it.Unfortunately i killed mine...
 

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You did a great job on these! Nice compact vigirous plants! I am joining the flower of my plant at the moment! Greetings to the sibs! ;)

Well, that's a quite a good one you got!! I'm happy to see this flower again and to hear that it is growing so vigorous for you!
 

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I find that tranlienianum is harder to bloom than helenae .
With helenae, I don't have to do anything to make it blooms , while my tranlienianum just sit there .
 

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I find that tranlienianum is harder to bloom than helenae .
With helenae, I don't have to do anything to make it blooms , while my tranlienianum just sit there .
Hm, both get very similar conditions in my grow-room. Helenae gets more light while tranlienianum gets more water and never as dry as helenae.
 

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