Paphiopedilum exul | Season 2012-2013

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poozcard

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Taken in November 2012 throughout March 2013

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Hi poozcard, is this a miniature for its size?

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Nice pictures btw. if I get to choose, I will choose the above exul and this one.

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one above has very compact foliage with DS 3.5 cm which is considered medium size for exuls.

one below is 'vini' form

nice selection
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You always show such excite exuls each spring! And to think a vendor back in the late 80's referred to exul as the "poor pauper" of the Paph world.
 

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You always show such excite exuls each spring! And to think a vendor back in the late 80's referred to exul as the "poor pauper" of the Paph world.


It is true that there so many poor form exul.
Ones posted here, are extraordinary really.

Exul has wide range of varience.
Even in the show, i measured DS of each plant.
Threre are vary from 2.8 cm up to 4.5 cm

Color and texture are also characteristics that make each exul differs from other exuls. I see it is like how we can remember human face.

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It's 40+ degree now, very hot summer

Some of my mature plant can grow well under full sun condition.
But you have to keep its roots moisted all the time

Thanks, I have been keeping my greenhouse around 15c or 16c nights. It's a wonder my little exul is still alive, and no wonder it didn't do anything for me. It will be brought into the house!
 

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