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Paph with NOID

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    Not sure if it is a Maudiae. Very easy to grow. The 2nd bloom in 10 months.

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    Love it!

    Paphs are emerging as one of my favorite types!

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    This is not a Maudiae-type. It strongly resembles the species Paph spicerianum, but is most likely a hybrid. Paph Leeanum (spicerianum x insigne) is one possibility. Paph Bruno (Leeanum x spicerianum) is another, but there are many other similar hybrids. This is a simple example of the bulldog or complex hybrid type, and generally needs conditions a bit cooler and brighter than Maudiae-types.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaphMadMan View Post
    This is not a Maudiae-type. It strongly resembles the species Paph spicerianum, but is most likely a hybrid. Paph Leeanum (spicerianum x insigne) is one possibility. Paph Bruno (Leeanum x spicerianum) is another, but there are many other similar hybrids. This is a simple example of the bulldog or complex hybrid type, and generally needs conditions a bit cooler and brighter than Maudiae-types.
    Thank you Kirk. I concur with you that it is a hybrid of Paph spicerianum, specially the leaves does not look like the Maudiae type.

    It produces six new basal growth in 10 months. I wonder if I had given it the wrong fertilizer.

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    If it is growing that vigorously and blooming at the same time, I'd say you gave it exactly the right fertilizer.

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    Thank you for your advice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaphMadMan View Post
    If it is growing that vigorously and blooming at the same time, I'd say you gave it exactly the right fertilizer.
    Agreed! It looks so beautiful and healthy. I can't wait till you post photos of all of those new growths in bloom!! WOW.

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