Paphiopedilum bellatulum in flower

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  1. May 30, 2019 #1

    werner.freitag

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    I love the variety!!
     
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    Bellissimum! Lucky you, living in a climate where you can grow them in your backgarden/patio!

    Kind regards, Jens
     
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    lots of bella bellas!
     
  5. Jun 3, 2019 #5

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    Some more flowering plants and the one with most color spots.
    All plants are from local markets and nurseries, likely not from breeding. P_20190603_162228.jpg P_20190603_160730_DF.jpg
     
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    I like the one on the right. White with big bold spots. It is such a cute flower, like seabird eggs! :)
     
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    where do you live and cultivate these plants?
     
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    it is my favorite, too , the number 15, also a big flower.
     
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    I live in Northern Thailand, can look from my house on a mountain , where bellatulums are growing. Hope, they are still there !
     
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    That view sounds lovely...if you at some point would like to share a pic or two, it would be greatly appreciated?! K.r. Jens
     
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    Very impressive display of bellas, all well cultivated. I like them very much.
     
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    thank you for the nice replies ! I am posting the pictures to show the variety of flowers of a species. And it shows just what I got, there should be much more out there.
     

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