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Discussion in 'Paphiopedilum' started by Evergreen, Feb 20, 2016.
Favorite paph right now
Cute and strange all at the same time. Good growing.
Very different, well grown!! How big is the plant?
Is that a pale form?
sorry for the bad phone photo, but you can see the whole plant.
I don't know.
Crazy staminode! Very nice. Where from?
Looks nicely grown. Any culture advice?
Excellent photo of a rare species. Well done!
Finally, ...... someone who understands how to take a proper photograph of an orchid flower.
Evergreen, your photos are superb.
Thank you and congratulations !
Wow, very nice. I agree that it is a nice photo. The light is well controlled, and I like the neutral gray! I also would like to hear your culture.
I love those graceful petals and the foliage is eye-catching
as well...very, very nice photos.
Nice. Thanks for sharing.
Bought it ~ five years ago from Orchids&More (an orchid nursery in Germany). It was a fresh import from Asia. The plant had a few roots cut off in the middle and broken leaves, but it was vigorous from the start. New growth started to grow and it established very quick.
Nothing really special in growing conditions, I just keep it wet all the time, it grows side by side with my Phrag besseae.
Brilliant Evergreen and good pictures. I have a sangii ( unflowered ) but the leaves,although mottled, are much paler than yours.
That's really neat.
Very interesting flower. I like it!
I'm totally in love!!! :drool: good job
When you say wet, do you literally mean it? Like as in growing certain phrags in a bucket of water kind of wet? Or just frequent watering?
What is it potted in?
I thought this species was a warm grower while besseae is not?
I like the flower of your plant a lot ...I even love its color more than the darker ones' color on the web
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