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Found a site with some really nice pics of Paphs in situ, particularly the large clumps of P. emersonii!!!

 
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Rick said:
Hirsutisimum as ground cover!

Wow, Thanks Linleu:clap:

I know!! I saw those pics after i sent that link. Aren't they incredible???
 

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I grow almost all my phals mounted, and see pics of all these cliff growing paphs.

I know someone who has a henryanum mounted on rock.

I think I may try something like that too.
 
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Rick said:
I grow almost all my phals mounted, and see pics of all these cliff growing paphs.

I know someone who has a henryanum mounted on rock.

I think I may try something like that too.
Did you see the short article in the OD about the Phrag. Hanne Popow that was mounted with 10+ spikes? If you don't have it, i can send you a pdf copy. I'd like to try that with some of my Phrags.
 

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lienluu said:
Did you see the short article in the OD about the Phrag. Hanne Popow that was mounted with 10+ spikes? If you don't have it, i can send you a pdf copy. I'd like to try that with some of my Phrags.
I'd love to read this article too. Please, send me a copy if it is possible. oi at lisgroup dot net
 
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The emersoniis are beautiful!

thanks for the great photos
 
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Wow...thanks for posting that link. I love finding orchids in the wild--it's obviously awesome we can grow them, but there's something really magical about finding them in situ. I about died when I found clumps of Cyp. arietinum in Ontario the first time. Seeing wild parvis would really push me over the edge!
 
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Lien,

Thanks for posting the link. Pretty amazing pictures. I liked the Paph. x cribii (villosum x appletoniaum)....gave me an idea to remake it here in the nursery.

Robert
 

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