- Oct 9, 2016
- Reaction score
- Cleveland, OH
You have a healthy, normal insigne with a nice flower. The amount of white in the dorsal sepal varies from plant to plant. I would increase the pot size a little and give it good culture with I-C conditions and only a little fertilizer every third watering. In time, if you are successful, you will have a great specimen plant. Good luck & good growing!I bought this as a "near blooming size" plant over four years ago. ha! Well it is finally blooming. What do you think? I was expecting something different from Paphiopedilum insigne. Specifically more white at the top of the dorsal. I dont see many of these though.
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