Paphiopedilum tranlienianum fm. album

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    Paphiopedilum tranlienianum fm. album tran-album-#11_DSC6392-kl.jpg
     
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    Nice! Thanks for sharing.
     
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    Beautiful! Want one of these so badly but they're not available here!!
     
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    If this isn't beauty, I do not know, what beauty is about! :)
     
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    Wow! Just beautiful. I wish mine would bloom! It grew a one cm leave in a year! I hope you self this and share! I’d buy all your flasks lol
     
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    Holy cow what beauty. I'm as green with envy as this flower is green. Drool
    Where did you buy it? Popow?
     
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    that's very nice
     
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    Have tried for years but they grow super-slow and haven't bloomed.
     
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    It is nice.
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    Oh, I have one flask left! It will be available in late spring.
    BUT: EU only :cool:
     
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    No GuRu, this one is not from Popow. It is out of my own line breeding.

    Here is another one from the same group:

    tran-album-#1-_DSC6366_kl.jpg
     
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    My line bred tranlienianums are two years out of flask. They grow very well. Maybe you have one out of a selfing.
     
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    That's another beauty. Kudos and congrats.
     
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    Very cool! Never seen the albino form of this one before
     
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    If you could send to Popow to bring to me at Redlands in May this flask, I can pay you for it by PayPal?
     
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    of course they are available, contact Popow, he will bring to any shows that they attend in the US , and ship priority mail to you from there, you can pay him Paypal , I think Redland is the next one , it is perfect time for shipping too , since it will not be too cold nor too hot .
    https://popow-orchids.com/Paphiopedilum/Albino/Paphiopedilum-helena-album-SM-DOG-x-sib.html
     
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    very green indeed
     
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    Wow that’s a beautiful flower!
     
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    Of the two flowers, I like the second better because the bos in the staminode is green, rather than yellow. Makes the contrast better.
     
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