Two paph

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  1. May 17, 2011 #1

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    Paph. Woluwense


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    leucochilium,
     
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    Very nice, like peppermint candies!
     
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    Congratulations for Woluwense. It's a primary hybrid very difficult to bloom! And it's very nice!!!
     
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    2 beauties!!!
     
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    I would love to get my hands on your Woluwense.... it is fantastic. I cant bloom any of mines.
     
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    Woluwense is one of my favorites, Well bloomed!
     
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    Beautiful leucochilum!
     
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    They are both very lovely, but the Woluwense is supurb!
     
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    :drool::drool: Both are quite nice! Good job! :clap::clap:
    You're not alone! Mine went bye-bye!
     
  11. May 19, 2011 #11

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    Very nice both, but esp. the Woluwense!!!! What size are the Wol. blooms? Any tip for bringing it to spike :) ? Jean
     
  12. May 19, 2011 #12

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    I didn't measure the size. This Wol was made by In-charm, batch no. is 2062. This batch were very easy to bloom, two of my friends also bloom their Wol in Hong Kong.
    We put it in 30% shade in summer and direct under the sun inside the greenhouse on winter.
     
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    Nice Woluwense of course but the leuco is interesting in not having the heavy spotting as the current breeding is going. Kinda different and nice as well.
     
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    :clap::clap:Love them both!!
     
  15. May 19, 2011 #15

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    I wonder if I cross these two paph and what will the offspring look like?
    But is it any paph's parent is Woluwense?
     
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    Both are wonderful.
     
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    Paph. Woluwense is very nice
     
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    great woluwense. an awesome lesser seen multi. that leuco looks like a leuco x niveum back to leuco or something. a big stem, washed out colors and two buds?
     

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