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Enchanting Ladyslippers in Bloom

This is a discussion on Enchanting Ladyslippers in Bloom within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; wooooooooo I have just discovered this post. Hoa, you concentrate on this post all that ...

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    wooooooooo I have just discovered this post. Hoa, you concentrate on this post all that I like more. I love very much all you're paph. How do you grow them : natural or artificial light ?

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    All lovely, Hoa!

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    Hi Tim!
    Aren't you witty? Apple and Lemon, eh? I like that. They should make great Lapplemonade. Don't you think?
    The lowii is such a great paph. I agree with you!

    Hi Phillippe,

    I am glad that you enjoy these paphs. More are in bloom or in buds. We will see more of them soon. I have been so busy lately. How do I grow my paphs? Natural light is the best but I could tell they would grow quite well with artificial light too! Some definitely like it warm but some require a cool period to set buds. Multiflorals will do best if you give them lot of light, especially if they are mature/near or blooming size plants.

    Hi Julie,
    Thanks!!!
    Cheers. Hoa.

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    love the armeniacum. I can't bloom that @#^$@^ thing on the windowsill.

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    I absolutely love the lowii!!! Good show. Keep them coming!

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    Thanks you all for the lovely comments!

    Thanks Jason, nice comments from the paph guru count double, (maybe triple) ...Hehehehe!

    Maegg, glad that you enjoy the show. I will post more sometime next week. I have to wait a bit for the blooms to mature a bit!

    Cheers. Hoa.

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    Default Paph. delenatii and friend

    Everyone has this lovely paph. Of course I have it too, 2 plants at least!
    The smaller bloom is fragrant while the fuller and bigger bloom from a second plant is not!
    Cheers. Hoa.
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    Default Paph. niveum

    Cute and charming paph species! So adorable!
    Cheers. Hoa.
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    Default Paph. druryi 'The King' AM/AOS

    Rare indian paph species! Not used much in hybridization, I think. Very beautiful though! I heard it is almost extinct?
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    Default Paph. acmodontum x Paph. chamberlainianum

    Well, it got features from both parents!
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