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Discussion in 'Paphiopedilum' started by cxcanh, Jan 31, 2017.
Not normally. I've read on here that it can happen, but it's not typical for malipoense.
Thank-you so much.
So, damp, cool and shady seem to be important.
I love your in situ pictures:clap:
Those piles of fractured moss/lichen covered limestone rock look just like what I can find in the woods across the street from my place. However we are presently experiencing night lows below 0 Celcius (25 F) that would probably be tough on these Paphs.
Maybe a little! oke:
Yes, it too cold for them (it can happen here but just for 1-2 days then over)
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