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cxcanh

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The only one flower left from this season. If I came here 3 weeks earlier, I could see a "forest" of this one.



 

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Lucky you still found one in bloom! Can only imagine the place in full bloom. As always, your pics and posts are just amazing!
 

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Yes, I'm lucky this time because I though still a lot blooming now in the forest but when I came...just many old spike left
 

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Thanks. Looks pretty flat where the plant is growing. Is it this way all over where you find purpuratum?
 

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Thanks. Looks pretty flat where the plant is growing. Is it this way all over where you find purpuratum?
Yes, it almost like this way in whole this area (some part a bit different)
 

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Amazing Canh. Thanks for the tour. Looking forward to next season's photos
 

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Without getting too sappy, I'd like to add...

Cxcahn, I really, really, really appreciate all your posts on this forum. You post quite a few in situ photos of paph species and I, without exception, appreciate all of them. They are undoubtedly an important resource of reference and beauty for all of us.

I still can't wait to get my hands on a paph. cahnii when/if they become legal in the U.S.

Kudos to you.
 

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Without getting too sappy, I'd like to add...

Cxcahn, I really, really, really appreciate all your posts on this forum. You post quite a few in situ photos of paph species and I, without exception, appreciate all of them. They are undoubtedly an important resource of reference and beauty for all of us.

I still can't wait to get my hands on a paph. cahnii when/if they become legal in the U.S.

Kudos to you.

Thank you and it is my pressure to share all of such beauty to everyone.
 

mrhappyrotter

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Thank you and it is my pressure to share all of such beauty to everyone.
It's definitely appreciated. Thanks again. I can't give enough praise for all you bring to the forum and to the slipper world. Really what I'm saying is, I need you to send me a legal paph. cahnii ASAP. :poke::poke: LOL
 
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If I can I need to stop by.

We just hired some guys there, so hopefully I have to fly in and train them
 

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It is regret that I did not took photo of all area around for this one, I'll do it this year I hope.
 

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