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Dtps. Leopard Prince 'M-P0346'

This is a discussion on Dtps. Leopard Prince 'M-P0346' within the Genus Specific forums, part of the Orchid Culture category; Hello everybody, today I've just gone through ________again for some pot and I accidently found ...

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    Cool Dtps. Leopard Prince 'M-P0346'

    Hello everybody, today I've just gone through ________again for some pot and I accidently found this poor little thing sitting outside where it nearly got dehydrated. By the way, it looks fine, in clear plastic pot, the roots is doing ok, and the name tag says "Dtps. Leopard Prince 'M-P0346'". I think this is a very common hybrid because I heard it very often. Can you post me some of the flower's picture and their varieties so that I can have a clear vision on what I should expect this one....

    P/S: I did swear to myself no more orchid, but I can't resist this one, it's just $5 , can you believe it! And it's doing pretty healthy to me. "Super orchid fan"! to the rescue!
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    Bad super orchid fan! Broke sworn promise and mentioned store name! Phooey! Phooey!








    Hope the flower is especially pretty.

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    I have a Leopard Prince post, Vinh, just search on it.

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    Oh ok, I got it, thanks a lot, I found a lot of nice pictures from you guys. I love the spot from your plant, wish I can make that.

    To KC_C: + = (nah, I'm very nice )

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    I googled Dtps. Leopard Prince so I could see what it looks like and I was surprised to see so many variations. All the different petal spot paterns or veining or throat color pattern but all on the same theme. It's the best visual lesson I have gotten on how cultivars differ.

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    I have Leopard Prince M-P0415. Got mine for a DOLLAR on the discount shelf at -are we REALLY not supposed to name names? Seems silly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IdahoOrchid View Post
    I have Leopard Prince M-P0415. Got mine for a DOLLAR on the discount shelf at -are we REALLY not supposed to name names? Seems silly.
    Hi Steven,

    Names of plants (such as Dtps. Leopard Prince) or products (such as a particular fungicide) are OK, but names of commercial establisments must be avoided. RVO is a commercial enterprise and, at times, carries ads for many outfits (it helps pay their bills). If Louis & Bruce were carrying an ad for Retailer X and had an agreement to not mention its competitor, Retailer Y, they could be in trouble if you or I were to mention Retailer Y. So, while it may seem silly, there is a sound reason for the policy.

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