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Paph. Berenice!

This is a discussion on Paph. Berenice! within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; wow im in love ....this paph is so beautiful....i think i have my first official ...

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    wow im in love....this paph is so beautiful....i think i have my first official wish list item

    That stinks that people like this are going out of buisness....maybe thats why i cant find any good plants or growers around my area...

    Great find in my book..

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    Quote Originally Posted by bench72 View Post
    yeah, it's a shame that the business is closing down.. poor guy... it would have been better i guess if it was just a "Need More Space Sale".

    well, best you can do is treat Berenice well, and keep the plant thriving... then in a few years if the business wants to start again, you can sell him a division back for $35 dollars (yes, I know, I can be really nortie sometimes )

    Tim that's so funny what u said! like the idea - I have a friend who love sharing divisions of his plants (not orchids unfortunately) and he likes to say that if his own plant dies he can always go back to the person he shared it with for a cutting or another division!
    Anyway Meg I think you had a really good bargain, It's a shame we're not living close to that poor guy. That paph is really beautiful and delicate. like it

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    What a wonderful orchid. Very nice. It is a shame about the vendor though.

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