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Paphiopedilum x glanzii, a new natural hybrid

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Here the new natural hybrid between Paph. emersonii and Paph. micranthum, Paph. x glanzii. It was named in honour for the owner and cultivator of the plant Franz Glanz. The plant is a long time in culture, imported officially long time ago together with micranthum, but made great problems. So it needs a long time for the first flower.









The artificial hybrid is well known as Paph. Lola Bird. Here a picture with the artificial hybrid (right) and the natural hybrid (left).

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Olaf
 

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Wow! I was checking that out on Tanaka's site earlier. That's quite the beautiful natural hybrid. I'd like to congratulate whoever made that cross artificially, too! ;)
 
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The artificial hybrid was made 1997 by TRAN and I think that there are some plants of Paph. Lola Bird in trade also in USA

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Olaf
 
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The owner knows nothing more then thatit was imported officially together with Paph. micranthum from China a long time ago.

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The natural hybrid is quite sexy. The artificial hybrid is sexy to but not quite as sexy. Thanks for the photos Olaf :)
 
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Now after 4 years I can show 3 other clones of this nice natural hybrid. You can see that it is really very variabel in color and shape.

Paphiopedilum x glanzii 'Achental' 2010 - 11











Paphiopedilum x glanzii 'Maria' 2010 - 04









Later the third one

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Olaf
 
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Here the next one, a very dark and wonderful shaped clone with big flower

Paphiopedilum x glanzii 'Dresden' 2009









Perhaps there are more of this hybrid in culture. I would be interested for more pictures of.

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Great show Olaf and the last one is the best one.
 
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cliokchi

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hi Olaf,

is it possible that it's a natural hybrid with Paph. huonglanae x micranthum ?
both are found in Vietnam it's a well known fact that orchids don't recognize
country borders, neither do the minorities that cross borders in order to collect plants for their order,
they send them to their Patron sometimes in China sometimes in Hanoi.
so if they were coming from China they are Chinese if somebody ordered them in Vietnam they are Vietnamese ,
we see a lot of these cross border practice all over Asia .
many orchid species are being collected in China,
Myanmar,Laos and Cambodia they all are being shipped to Bangkok for sale therefor often identified as a Thai specie.
Any way Olaf thanx for the pictures very interesting, great shots
thanx for sharing them with us
Cliokchi;)




Here the next one, a very dark and wonderful shaped clone with big flower

Paphiopedilum x glanzii 'Dresden' 2009









Perhaps there are more of this hybrid in culture. I would be interested for more pictures of.

Best greetings

Olaf
 
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So which is slower....glanzii or Lola Bird?
I would also be interested to know whether it is a way to differentiate xglanzii from Lola Bird (maybe not all plants, but most).. I still remember the discussion in this thread http://www.slippertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=15670&highlight=thun where I posted a Paph. xglanzii from Franz Glanz and it was stated that Franz Glanz actually buy his micrnthum x emrsonii hybrids from a nursery in Austria, which automatically would make the plants he sells as Paph. x glanzii to be Paph. Lola Bird...
 

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