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Paph sukhakulii

This is a discussion on Paph sukhakulii within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This is the first of my 2 Paph sukhakulii to bloom....

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    Default Paph sukhakulii

    This is the first of my 2 Paph sukhakulii to bloom.
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    So very beautiful! Congrats!

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    It is beautiful! My suk has 2 buds and I am looking forward to it blooming later this fall.

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    that is a beautiful flower highlighted by a great photo, I wanted to try one of these but don't think they are right for my area. nice job

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    Nice Paph! The lighting really shows off those spots!
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    Nice flower Yew, it appears that P.suk' 'Paleface' or similar alba type suk' was a parent ???

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    Like the clean line on this one.

    I tried this a couple of years ago, didn't take long to kill it. I don't have much luck with paphs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy View Post
    Nice flower Yew, it appears that P.suk' 'Paleface' or similar alba type suk' was a parent ???
    Not sure Roy. Very little from the vendor - only that he imported it from Thailand. The flower is quite big for a first time bloomer, 5 1/2 inches across.

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    WOW, exceptional, Yew Sung. I love the lighting in the photo as well.

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