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Paphiopedillum micranthum

This is a discussion on Paphiopedillum micranthum within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Very beautiful....

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    Very beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zainal abidin View Post
    Hi Lynn the easiest paph to grow in lowland are bellatulum, concolor, niveum also from Coclopetalum like chamberlianum, liemianum glaucophyllum primulinum, moquettianum they are all very easy to bloom and take care.
    Hi Zain, I commonly find bellatulum, concolor, and niveum here, btw what I have now most of them are godefroyae ^^ and the next I plan to have maybe niveum, I just like the white color.

    Paph.glaucophyllum, liemianum, and primulinum are all lovely to me. I've seen them first time in the orchid calendar my sis bought from the US,
    now I just google and recall that those are what I've seen and thought they're lovely, but I was under the impression that those are plants from outside Thailand and not easy to buy one here. But since it'd be easy growing in lowlands, if I find them somewhere here maybe in the orchid show or the flower market or someone I always buy from, I might give a try, they become my wishlist now I like their beautiful & colorful display, really lovely, it'd be perfect if they are all easy growing & blooming.

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