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Discussion in 'Paphiopedilum' started by Berthold, Feb 4, 2015.
Got it from China 11 months ago
Looks very emersonii and not at all like the Vietnamese variety huong-something.
Nice. Not easy to bloom. Thanks for sharing. Should be fragrant too.
very nice plant!
Looks like you have a really good one.
hhmm.. pretty impressive!!! best emersonii I have ever seen!!!
I love this!
That is excellent. Congrats
Congrats. This is actually the Vietnam strain as I was told by the seller. I think the white is the one from china.
It was described as "petals with pink blush" so I guess that's what it looks like.
Lovely and so delicate looking.
Love the spotting!
Great growing then :clap: !!!! From the Perners? Jean
Exactly what I thought as well 11 months since the Dresden show?
Confirmed, from Perner family.
I have a flat of seedlings from them; what leaf-span do you have? Just so that I know when they are mature
One leave has 15 cm, Bjorn. It's not a fast grower.
Mine are, a recent picture of the flat; the emersoniis are in the back of this tray, in front, the smaller are hangianums. All deflasked in October 2013, so they are approximately15months old. Flasks from Hengduan. The tray is approximatley the size of an A4 sheet i.e. 20 by 30 cm. Guess the leaves of the emersoniis are approximately 8cm
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