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Paph fowlei

This is a discussion on Paph fowlei within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; My favorites are always species. It has already been in bloom for over a month....

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    Default Paph fowlei

    My favorites are always species. It has already been in bloom for over a month.
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    Superb colours.
    Easy or hard to flower ?

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    It's such a pretty flower. I love the way the petals drop and turn out. As if it were raising its palms in a, "who...me?" expression.

    Julie

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    I wonder if anyone has tried crossing this with a fairieanum... the way they have the "same same but different" petal atitude.. might be an interesting cross... and no need to call it Paph Tim

    Paphanatic, your photos truly show how beautiful (YES, Beautiful!) the Paphs are!!!

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    If they do your cross Tim, the petal attititude won't say, "who me?" It'll say, "Who's your daddy?" And it will answer will obviously be, "Tim!"

    Julie

    ...Petal attitude...I'd think cocky, petulant, timid, morose. Not turned up. But whatever...

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