Paph. wardii

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  1. Nov 7, 2018 #1

    eggshells

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    Congratulations on the bi-floral stem. The form, however, appears to be typical wardii "cuppy", i.e. the dorsal reflexed heavily forward over the pouch.
     
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    Ooooh, I like that!
     
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    ive not seen 2 before
     
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    Love it :)
     
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    I can only second: congrats on the bifloral stem also from your compatriote!

    Kind regards,
    Jens
     
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    Seems the bifloral stem could be the result of the great culture, isn't it.

    I'm wondering how you saw this on this frontal photo? Are you a clairvoyant?
     
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    Nice one! I got rid of my wardii plants because they would not flower successfully. I got one to open halfway once, that was about it. They sure had pretty leaves though!

    Mine were 'Freckles' x self.
     
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    well grown!
     
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    Oh, sorry...thought this one was from mr. Hansen... Nevertheless: congrats! ;)

    K.r. Jens
     
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    Stunning flower and a lovley looking plant, took me a few moments to realise that the bottom of the lable, wasnt a root lol.
     
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    Nice, thanks for sharing.
     

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