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Paphiopedilum Bo-Ying Chow

This is a discussion on Paphiopedilum Bo-Ying Chow within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; nice, i love the colors. thanks for sharing....

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    nice, i love the colors. thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks for all the kind comments. Joe, I always prefer a few different angles of the blooms--glad you feel the same--and usually try to show as much as possible. You encourage me! In the case of Paphs, that applies to the foliage, too. Fren, after seeing your comment about the variation, I googled it and was amazed by how this grex varied. On one I found, you could really see the influence of the bellatulum, but most of them really didn't resemble the parents or each other. Although I don't care for bellatulum, itself, I've come to appreciate it as having some interesting contributions to hybridizing. It's quite amazing how many hybrids have it in their heritage.

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    definitely a variable cross. I hope it does well for you!

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