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This is a discussion on New NoId Paph within the Genus Specific forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; On Sunday I was at a year market that's hold every first weekend in February. ...

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    On Sunday I was at a year market that's hold every first weekend in February. Every year they have the most common type of orchids (that is phalaenopsis and cymbidiums) but this year there were two vendors that also had Paphios and Cattleya hybrids, so I ended up getting me a Paph, a Cattleya, a Cymbidium and a Phalaenopsis.
    Searching on the website of the grower (P.P.Orchideeen, Cultivate, Care, Arrangements of Paphiopedilum) I saw they call their Paphs "Maudiae", so I guess there's Maudiae in their parentage. I got one with two blooms. I've never seen such big blooms on any Paphio. Hope you like it.

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    I really like this one. That's a nice large, elegant flower.

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    Lovely paphio!

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    Thank you. Glad you like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orquiadicto View Post
    On Sunday I was at a year market that's hold every first weekend in February. Every year they have the most common type of orchids (that is phalaenopsis and cymbidiums) but this year there were two vendors that also had Paphios and Cattleya hybrids, so I ended up getting me a Paph, a Cattleya, a Cymbidium and a Phalaenopsis.
    Searching on the website of the grower (P.P.Orchideeen, Cultivate, Care, Arrangements of Paphiopedilum) I saw they call their Paphs "Maudiae", so I guess there's Maudiae in their parentage. I got one with two blooms. I've never seen such big blooms on any Paphio. Hope you like it.

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    Thanks “Orquiadicto” for sharing a beautiful “Paphiopedilum” orchid image in this thread. It really looks great.

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    After looking at the pictures again, I'm inclined to think that this isn't a Maudiae type, but more of the Paph gratrixianum,or insigne group or hybrids of these. Whatever they are still very lovely.

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    Looks to me like Paph Leeanum, which is insigne x spicerianum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catttan View Post
    After looking at the pictures again, I'm inclined to think that this isn't a Maudiae type, but more of the Paph gratrixianum,or insigne group or hybrids of these. Whatever they are still very lovely.
    Okay “catttan”. I partially agree with you. Thanks for reply.

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    No, you're right. It's not a Maudiae type. The grower calls it American Type o American hybrid, but I've never heard of this before. I also think it has some of spicerianum in its background. The way it holds its dorsal is quite typical for the spicerianum, I think.

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