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Awarded Complex Paph.

This is a discussion on Awarded Complex Paph. within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; So, the Texas equivalent would be Paph. Dallas 'Fort Worth' *GRIN* Originally Posted by Diane ...

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    So, the Texas equivalent would be Paph. Dallas 'Fort Worth' *GRIN*



    Quote Originally Posted by Diane View Post
    I was born in the Bay Area at Stanford hospital in Palo Alto - the next city is Menlo Park where I grew up, and the next city is Atherton. We used to drive through San Leandro on are way over to the valley - with the windows rolled up and the doors locked!!! LOL Now it is full of tract houses and business parks.

    gotsomerice - if you ever get tired of that beauty send it off to ME . I have two week spots - anything orange and complex (Bulldog) paphs. (Not to mention dark chocolate, fine red wine. old port, pretty jewellry, etc.....)

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    Quote Originally Posted by clintdawley View Post
    So, the Texas equivalent would be Paph. Dallas 'Fort Worth' *GRIN*

    More like Dallas/Juarez ... 'cept for the distance... ROFLMAO!!

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    Nice bulldog, hard to find a good green (all I ever find are spotty red ones).... and interesting geography lesson Diane. talking of which, (chicken or the egg question) was Menlo Park named after the transport company or vice versa? I used to work for the transport company prior to my current workplace. oh, sorry for the hi-jack gotsomerice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bench72 View Post
    Nice bulldog, hard to find a good green (all I ever find are spotty red ones).... and interesting geography lesson Diane. talking of which, (chicken or the egg question) was Menlo Park named after the transport company or vice versa? I used to work for the transport company prior to my current workplace. oh, sorry for the hi-jack gotsomerice.
    Actually, it was named after the famous Menlo Park where either Thomas Edison or Alexander Bell lived....

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    Lovely...beautiful green/Amber combo!!!

    I like the old time complexes although I know flat and round are in but I much rather have the older ones that look like Paphs.

    This is Paph Rosy Dawn, a complex that was registered in 1935



    Another complex I love that was also registered in 1935 is Paph Sunset 'Alpha'


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    Quote Originally Posted by bench72 View Post
    Nice bulldog, hard to find a good green (all I ever find are spotty red ones)....
    Another good green is Paph Irish Eyes



    and this OZ cross


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