Paphiopedilum sanderianum

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  1. Mar 12, 2019 #1

    Calvin_Tiong

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    img_9794-003A.jpg A wonderful species endemic to Mulu, Sarawak (Borneo)
     
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    Great, my favorite!
    Hopefully mine is blooming next year. I bought it as seedling size in 2013.
    Michael
     
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    Very nice. The plant looks very compact.
     
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    Nicely colored and the dorsal is better proportioned then allot of sandies.
     
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    now you have everything!
     
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    Awesome !
     
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    Cograts! Was it a wild collected plant?, If not, who made it?
     
  8. Mar 16, 2019 #8

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    Excellent looking flowers and healthy looking plant!
     
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    I bought a 2" Sandie from Bloomfield in the mid 90's...took about 18 mo. to kill it. I have 2 seedlings now that are 10"-11"ls. I want to add to the Sandie list...
    And maybe they will bloom in my lifetime.
    Awesome plant!!
     
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    I understand you very well. Bought & killed one from the OrchidZone, then bought and killed one from OrchidInn, then bought and presently doing my best to kill the third one from PipingRock!
     
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    I think part of my problem then was buying a little 2" seedling and not realizing how slow they grow. Then after a period of time, assuming the plant was green but dead...the parentage of that plant was probably close to wild collected. I think I remember Joe Kunish being raided by the Feds. shortly after I purchased that seedling.
     
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    Calvin,
    Beautiful plant! Curiously, how old is your Sandie?
     

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