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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; After wait years, months, weeks and now day and night, my paph hangianum 's going ...
After wait years, months, weeks and now day and night, my paph hangianum
's going to flower, I'm sure it will worth the wait... The secret for it to flower is secret
...I hear they are slow growers but I don't have much experience with them
Wow! you know, I have neer seen a flower emerge from a paph. The one paph I have had reflower for me was in another room because I thought it would be a year or so, when I came back from holiday I found a 3 inch stem with bud. I'd love to see one start coming out the way you have there!
Glad it has finally decided to bloom for you, I'm sure it will be a fantastic bloom.
how about your angianum spawn ?
I can see now on mine a very little bud. Maybe you have a pic of your's for our pleasure ?
How exciting! The suspense is just delicious isn't it.
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...
PS: Those really are true Paph. hangianum... the leaves are visibly different from Paph. emersonii...
I almost missed this one - I usually look in the Paph photo section. I am not familiar with this one though.
PAT! Is that REALLY you posting? At first I thought it was an old post, but NOPE.