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Paphiopedilum NOID Rebloom

This is a discussion on Paphiopedilum NOID Rebloom within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Hi, Rob. noid #4 may be as you suggest. It is just that the orchid ...

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    Hi, Rob. noid #4 may be as you suggest. It is just that the orchid came from the grocery store without a name tag, so there is no official way for me to tag the plant. I often see orchids at the the G/B/N's by me that sell taggless orchids for less than taged ones even though the pots are adjacent to one another and the blossoms look the same. Someone can go through the greenhouse, pull a tag to look at it, not replace it and reduce the value of the orchid by $10.

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    All three are lovely. You are so lucky- I am jealous. Never have any paphs at my grocery store. Great collection.

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    congratulations.... and boy those are wonderful looking paphs....

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    From a grocery store? why don't we have such stores here? Not really a 'paph' head but it looks like a glaucophyllum to me,Rob.

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