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Complex Paphiopedilum Orchid hybrids

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    Default Complex Paphiopedilum Orchid hybrids

    Complex hybrids I dont know the name cant take any credit as I bought in flower just to share with you and the vendor said it's crossing with Maudiae I do believe it's can bloom at low land as some of my Maudiae is producing beautiful spikes.
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    Very pretty. Love the form and color.

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    beautiful color

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    Nice one, Zainal. I'm wary of trying these 'bulldog' type paphs as I'm not sure they'll bloom in our lowlands, but I agree about the Maudiae types as 2 of mine are already spiking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catttan View Post
    Nice one, Zainal. I'm wary of trying these 'bulldog' type paphs as I'm not sure they'll bloom in our lowlands, but I agree about the Maudiae types as 2 of mine are already spiking.
    I do agree with you let me get the experience if I'm failed better not to try for the future but I just cant resist the bulldog type
    so cute and handsome, thanks Yew.

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    This is 'not' a traditional complex (bulldog) hybrid. Reason, it supposedly has a Maudiae in the parentage. With this in mind, the plant should be able to with stand warmth. Some current complex hybrid parentage can highlight a Maudiae type paph in their background but given the dates of registration, anything is possible. There appears to be only one infusion of a Maudiae so any current plants would have little showing or relavance in culture. There may be some through back shown in the flower at odd & sparce times.

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    Well I had one too but failed to survive. But some keep them in cool spot & they thrive here. I think you sure have some natural cool spots to keep it.

    Good luck

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    That's a beauty Zain. I love hybrids of Maudiaes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy View Post
    This is 'not' a traditional complex (bulldog) hybrid. Reason, it supposedly has a Maudiae in the parentage. With this in mind, the plant should be able to with stand warmth. Some current complex hybrid parentage can highlight a Maudiae type paph in their background but given the dates of registration, anything is possible. There appears to be only one infusion of a Maudiae so any current plants would have little showing or relavance in culture. There may be some through back shown in the flower at odd & sparce times.
    Thanks Roy for the info whatever it is I still like this big flower very weird.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cucubirds View Post
    Well I had one too but failed to survive. But some keep them in cool spot & they thrive here. I think you sure have some natural cool spots to keep it.

    Good luck
    Thanks for your suggestion I know where to put it.

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