All lovely, Hoa!
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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 ...
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 ?
All lovely, Hoa!
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!
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.
love the armeniacum. I can't bloom that @#^$@^ thing on the windowsill.
I absolutely love the lowii!!! Good show. Keep them coming!
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!
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!
Cute and charming paph species! So adorable!
Rare indian paph species! Not used much in hybridization, I think. Very beautiful though! I heard it is almost extinct?
Well, it got features from both parents!