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This is a discussion on Paphiopedilum sukhakulli hybrids within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; From the same breeder as P. gratrianum I bought P. sukhakulii X P. volonteanum a ...
From the same breeder as P. gratrianum I bought
P. sukhakulii X P. volonteanum a plant with 2 flowers and 2 buts (picture 1) and
P. Montagnard 1975 = (P. sukhakulii X P. callosum) of which only the right flower is considered correct. The left one could be the same as on the first picture.
Again comments and suggestions are appreciated.
Very nice blooms.
Your first photo is wonderful! It looks like a painting....very nice job with those!
what a welcome display of flowers... very floriferous!
Wow those are very nice. It is interesting to see the hybrids that can be made from Paph sukhakulii. Here's one of mine (Paph supardii X Paph sukhakulii)
Both are equally nice and beautiful.
All are beautiful! Thanks for sharing them!
If I had to pick a favourite species among Paphs--thank goodness I don't! LOL--then sukhakulii would definitely be in the running. There's just something about the warts and hairs that really do it for me!