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This is a discussion on Paphiopedilum gratrixianum within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Here's the first bloom from this Paph gratrixianum, growing in semi-hydro....
Here's the first bloom from this Paph gratrixianum, growing in semi-hydro.
Nice! And the leaves look so clean and fresh.
Wow! That is totally beautiful!! I really love the skills in taking the photo also!
Love it love it love it.
Thanks for the comments, and here I thought it was a pretty mediocre picture taken with a camera which I have little experience with.
So if you liked that, here is a look at its backside.
Stunning! I love it.
How long have you been growing it in S/H?
This paph was started in S/H roughly four years ago. It's taken quite awhile for it to grow into the pot, which may have been too large to start with. But there are two shoots behind this first flower which, if they produce blooms, could result in an impressive display.
And if that impressive display occurs, I will most certainly take its picture in a location other than on the top of my oven.
Wow, such a beauty !! Another frontal shot on a dark background will do it justice.