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Paphiopedilum sangii var. longiscapum

This is a discussion on Paphiopedilum sangii var. longiscapum within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Paphiopedilum sangii slipper orchid in bloom. from friend ( hanhrokko )...

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    Default Paphiopedilum sangii var. longiscapum

    Paphiopedilum sangii slipper orchid in bloom. from friend ( hanhrokko )


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    What a strange thing sangii is, in all its manifestations ; when they appear at shows in Europe, I look at them, and think - hey, I can buy three Vandas for that price, so I curl my lip and say, "don't really like it"...but I am glad to have the opportunity of seeing this one.

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    I like this one the most. Sangii looks like some kind of creature to me.

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    Cool, i like the hairs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorsetman View Post
    What a strange thing sangii is, in all its manifestations ; when they appear at shows in Europe, I look at them, and think - hey, I can buy three Vandas for that price, so I curl my lip and say, "don't really like it"...but I am glad to have the opportunity of seeing this one.
    I agree. Cool orchid!

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    I don't think this is at all wierd, to me it as one of the nicest paphs and difficult to flower.
    Ed

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    Very nice- unusual looking pouch.

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    Strange to me, thanks for sharing.

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    I also think it is a strange looking flower, although I would not mind having one. Any comments about what is happening to it's offspring.

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