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spiceranium

This is a discussion on spiceranium within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; What a great paph species, the colors and color seperation and the form, this is ...

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    Default spiceranium


    What a great paph species, the colors and color seperation and the form, this is one of my favs.

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    That is awesome!! I saw one at a show once, they are beautiful.

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    nice example of a very distinctive species!

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    spicerianum is one of my favorites too--nothing else looks quite like it. Nice going sgratrix.

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    very sweet! Im not too far behind you. Mine has 3 spikes on it right now, should be opening soon.

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    I agree- Sweet indeed! Good growing, sgratrix!

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    Default Awesome!

    I love your photos and your weblog! Great Growing! I think my Spicerianum has a bud forming!
    Thanks!
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    Really great picture! Thanks for sharing it with us

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    Default Nice Spice!

    I just bought a large spicerianum myself! I hope mine is half as nice as this one!

    You have great stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slipperhead
    I just bought a large spicerianum myself! I hope mine is half as nice as this one!

    You have great stuff!
    I like the quote, I never knew Joesaid that, it is so true! I still have to visit his greenhouse. He is only about 20 minutes away from me!

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