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Phrag. mont fallu

This is a discussion on Phrag. mont fallu within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Really nice one so elegant....

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    Really nice one so elegant.

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    Great photos! Love the color and the shape of this phrag Nice growing!!

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    Whilst I hoped for longer petals, talking to the grower has confirmed that this is the length that this hybrid should be. I had wanted longer petals but at least I know that it wasn't something that I did that made them shorter than maybe they should have been. Oh well, now I shall have to get another load of long petaled phrags.



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    Beautiful, another beautiful example of responsiveness to stimuli! I know so little about orchids, never ever thought that a sense of contact would stop the growth of the flower. Although, the most famous is the Mimosoideae family, responding to touch the feathered foliage closes like joining hands.

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    Love it!!! Beautifully photographed as well

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    I think that the plant kingdom is a lot more knowledgeable and intelligent than we could ever begin to image.

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    Great shots of a beautiful phrag!

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    Beautiful! That's a very healthy looking plant.

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