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Paph hangianum, Finally it's going to flower

This is a discussion on Paph hangianum, Finally it's going to flower within the **NOT IN BLOOM** All Genera forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by Mahon Great growing! Paph. hangianum is probably the slowest growing of the ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahon View Post
    Great growing! Paph. hangianum is probably the slowest growing of the Parvisepalum... very unfortunate for such a highly colored flower. I think the time it takes to bloom is RIGHT up there with Paph. stonei...

    -Pat

    PS: Those really are true Paph. hangianum... the leaves are visibly different from Paph. emersonii...
    So with spawn we have to wait a moment. Yes i think these are thrue angianum.
    Do you know (or someone else on this forum) when stonei blooms ? (winter or, ... ?)

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    Default Paph Hangianum update

    Hello Guys and Gals,
    How does it look?
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    Amazing flower!!!! That is a really colourful one too!

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    excellent colour and netted pattern...I love this species.
    My hangianum hybrids don't seem to be slow growing.
    Spawn, how slow growing is this species in your opinion?

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    Love the color!

    Cheers,
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    Fren and all,
    hangianum is slow, slow and then slow grow, I'm sure most of you agree it's worth the wait. This particular hangianum is a Var but i still try to figure out, how could this happen !!!! hangianum shouldn't have colour and netted pattern this way, don't get me wrong, i love it. i just want to record it for our next generation. Like i said, its slow grow and takes awhile for it to bloom, I'm no expert but i have my own trick for it to bloom :-) ....
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    Lovely! I'm not sure I have the patience for these!

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    I read the red hangianum are the rare ones! ppl have to bloom many to find red and well formed ones

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    Quote Originally Posted by spawn View Post
    Hello Guys and Gals,
    How does it look?
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    It looks like an hangianum, really beautiful !
    still no bud for me

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