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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; All of my grocery store bought last year Paphiopedilum noids have survived and thrived. First ...

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    Default Paphiopedilum NOID Rebloom

    All of my grocery store bought last year Paphiopedilum noids have survived and thrived. First a group glamor shot in the manner of the IOS show:

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    Next, noid #1 (my first Paphiopedilum)

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Size:  56.4 KB I am very pleased with the colors and form! Too bad about the little flaw on the sepal.

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    Default Paphiopedilum noid #2, #3

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    The spent inflorescence had a seed pod which I'd let mature and burst to see what it was like.
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    Default Paphiopedilum noid #4

    Noid #4 is a multifloral. The first original segment still has a budded inflorescence. This is the second segment.
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    I really like the form and colors on this one too. These all live in a unobstructed north windowsill.

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    Wow! I wish they sold Paphs at my grocery store. =)

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    nice variety of paphs! we cannot find them here in grocery stores. I'm liking that first one

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    excellent group of Paphs... great to hear they have enjoyed their new home and have rewarded your care.

    i like the second one better this flowering... i remember the petals weren't so flat the last time.

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    They're gorgeous! I like the way they grow, without any support? Flames, coloratums, vini's and a Pinnoccio-style hybrid, if I'm correct. Quite a collection. I like #1 best: it's so perky.

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    Thay are beautiful, I hope my 2 noid Paphs do as well as yours have done! thank you for the photos and well done on getting them to rebloom!

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    Those are cool, Joe! You keep growing like that and you will have to add paphs to your Favorite orchid(s) list in your profile. LOL! I really like the one in the second photo (your first paph.) It is such a great looking slipper.

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    Great Growing!!

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    Great Paphs! From a grocery store???? I am so jealous!!!! BD is right--you seem to be doing really well with Paphs.

    I love vinis, and also ones with warts & hairs. As a result, it's probably not too tough to guess that NOID #2 is my favourite!

    Question--Is there any reason why the "Pinocchio style hybrid" (NOID #4) isn't actually the species primulinum, rather than a hybrid? Any "real" Paph-heads feel free to tell me why it can't be--it would be a good learning experience.

    Cheers,
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