Paphiopedilum supardii

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  1. Jun 12, 2015 #1

    JPMC

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    I thought that I'd add mine to the supardii fest that's happening now on this site.

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    Very nice! Something about it reminds me of squid! :)
     
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    Oh that's lovely! Beautifully bloomed!
     
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    A beauty. Color is exceptional.
     
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    Excellent blooming!!!
     
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    Awesome clone of an awesome species. Love the pouch
     
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    awesome. is it a first time bloomer?
     
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    There's a dinner idea - calamari.

    Very well grow and flowered.
     
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    That is stunning. The plant looks so healthy as well. Great culture.
     
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    Thank you. No, it's bloomed in the past. I've had it for about 15-20 years. Recently, it's been growing bigger than usual and this is its first time with 4 flowers. It usually carries three.
     
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    well it's beautiful.
     
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    Wow -beautiful and well grown
     
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    Very nice! How big is the plant?
     
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    Spectacular:clap:

    Time to breed it!!
     
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    I'm very impress JP with your indoor culture. You have rare and not so rare but massive plants all happily growing and blooming, indoors!!!
     
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    Thank you.

    The leaves are 28 inches across and the flower spike is 30 inches tall.
     
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    Real monster! I didn't expect this species to get so large.. :eek:
     
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    So nice. Too bad takes too long to grow.
     

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