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  1. Mar 10, 2010 #1

    Pete

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    ok, finally getting around to it here now that i am back, ive got a million photos but this is a good representation of some of the paphs.. i can post more some other time..
    Paph. micranthum-avg. form but huge flower. a first growth plant also..
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    Paph. micranthum var. eburneum 'lai'- another shot of the grand champion..
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    Paph. malipoense var. jackii
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    Paph. rothschildianum- ~31cm NS
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    Paph. haynaldianum- an exceptional clone, i think it received an AM also..
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    Paph. Michael Koopowitz
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    Some of the Multi's
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    A very nice, large Paph. wenshanense
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    Paph. Vangaurd's Lebeau-there were several exceptional Lebeau's and
    Vangaurd's Lebeaus. They were not entered for AOS judging but would have been easy AM's.
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    This is a shot from Ribbon Judging. this was for Single Flowered, Species..
    delenatii var. alba, dayanum, wenshanense, eburneum, bellatulum, micranthum, besseae, wardii, armeniacum and exul (L -> R)
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    Paph. Dollgoldi
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    Paph. Prince Edward of York- very nice dark clone
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    Paph. fanaticum-large flower with very nice patterning. recieved an AM
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    2 Paph. Shun-Fa Golden (hangi x malipo). the taller one on the left with the nice form got and AM
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    Paph. Wossner China Moon (hangi x armeniacum) & Paph. (S. Gratrix x armeniacum)
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  2. Mar 10, 2010 #2

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    Mind blowing plants. It is almost impossible to separate them. I think that is the finest haynaldianum I have seen. What incredible colour.

    David
     
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    thats exactly what i said when i first saw it
     
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    I like the Fanaticum. The patterning is amazing. They are all spectacular. I noticed the lack of group display . Do they not do that there? All the plants seem to be displayed individually. It reminds me of someof the other types of flower shows that we have. My friend shows Dahlias that way.
     
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    Amazing photos of amazing plants.
     
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    Hera-this was not the exhibition, this was just plants entered for ribbon/merit/cultural judging.. the exhibits were amazing as well
     
  7. Mar 10, 2010 #7

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    i want those parvi species.......:drool::drool::drool::drool::drool::drool::drool:
     
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    Wonderful stuff!
     
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    :clap:WOW!!! Amazing blooms!! Must have been a great show!!
     
  10. Mar 10, 2010 #10

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    The haynaldianum does have exceptional color! The rest arent' shabby either.

    -Ernie
     
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    Awesome pics!

    Thanks for the tour!
     
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    Very nice pics of amazing plants. You don't say where this was other thanTIOS, a location I'm not familiar with. Where was this?
     
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    Great pics, great plants!!!! Thanks!!! Jean
     
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    The grand champion, Paph. micranthum var. eburneum 'Lai', was posted in the local Canadian Chinese paper (A foreign paper! with a article I can't read:(). To my suprise my dad, who doesn't care for orchids, clipped it out for me. This is a great plant. haha, He didn't know I've seen this paph 3 times already online. We need to go to Taiwan!

    Hard to pick a fav plant. I noticed the venue has proper lighting unlike our shows, as well as the plain backdrop to appreciate the individual blooms. This show was meant for judging.

    I think they do have other displays, where it is a composition of plants with decoration etc. They look much like the Tokyo Grand Prix
    http://www.orchidata.com/read.php?tid=18066

    I'm suprised the Wossner China Moon is smaller than the Paph. (S. Gratrix x armeniacum). Both took on the armenicum's amazing color.
     
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    That S. Gratrix x armeniacum is one of the best arm hybrids I've seen. Thanx for posting.
     
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    Mind boggling flowers all of them but in particular the P. micranthum v. eburneum, P. haynaldianum and... and...

    That's the way Asians like to arrange their flower shows - the flowers are the most important thing not the arrangement of the plants.
    Best regards from germany, rudolf
     
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    Thanks for sharing the photos, Pete. I bet you had a great time at the show!
     
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    thanks for the pics. Really like the haynaldianum
     
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    Nice Dollgoldi as well
     
  20. Mar 10, 2010 #20

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    TIOS = Taiwan International Orchid Show

    -Ernie
     

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