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This is a discussion on Paphiopedilum micranthum within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Doi Tung can grow all paphs in parvisepalum and others needing cold temperature. ^V^...
Doi Tung can grow all paphs in parvisepalum and others needing cold temperature. ^V^
when will be your approaching visit?^V^
If you come to CM, please let me know.^V^
My house is around the railway station.
Close to Sarasas Witaed Chiangmai School.^V^
I know both Mr.Joe and Mu.
I bought a flask of leucochilum from Mr.Joe.
At that time I didn't have much experience so all tiny paphs were rotten.T_T
I wish to try later.^V^
Do not give up growing from flasks. Now more than 95% of my plants are from flasks. Some times you do lose some seedlings especially those that are weak. We cannot expect all the 20+ seedlings to develope fully. It gives you great satisfaction to see them bloom especially for exceptional flowers.
Thank you very much for this encouragement.^V^
After I had trouble that time, I lose all of my paphs.
Now I start to collect all kind of paphs.
So I don't have many.Most of them are from seedling.
For flasks, most of them are godefroyae, concolor, niveum, and Brachy hybrids.
I am looking for multiflorals.
They are not easy to get one.