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P. Philippinense

This is a discussion on P. Philippinense within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; P. Philippinense Stein 1892 Original of the Philippines and the east north Borneo. Earthling and ...

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    P. Philippinense Stein 1892
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    Original of the Philippines and the east north Borneo. Earthling and also litofita this pahiopedilum has need of high temperatures medium in order to develop itself well. Although the petals are much long and to spiral and the imposing appearance, the flower is not much large one, the format of the flower is but variable between 5-8 cm. The lip of the flower in photo it is of 2-5 cm. The Philippinense variety introduces instead larger flowers a little. The infiorescenze are introduced from 2 two to 5 asymmetric ones. Origin EOC 2006 collezione Alberto Ghedin Bye

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    My favourite orchid! A picture beautifully taken. Thank you for sharing your wonderful plant, Alberto.

    I also had a look at your website and you have very beautiful plants. I like the information about building your greenhouse. it looks like a very modern set up with all the heating and cooling facilities. I can only dream of a greenhouse like that.

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    Tank Bench The heating is the point weak person for the costs why in winter to the outside this year we have gone often to -7/10° C. Bye Alberto

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    Very nice. Thanks for posting.

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    My system to panels of cooling is a lot used in autralia?
    bye Alberto

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    Beautiful picture and flower. I like very much philippinense

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    Alberto, I have only seen one greenhouse with a similar cooling set up. They use the greenhouse for such plants as Masdevallias, Odontoglossum alliance, Draculas, some Highland New Guinea orchids. Basically those that detest the really hot days we sometimes get around December and January. Those days, we can get 40 degrees celsius!

    Many of the other cooling system here range from a fan to a ground misting system. But I am not sure how effective they are as oppose to what you have.

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    Beautiful bloom. and a wonderful photo . Gin

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    Thanks of the information Bench, Alberto

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    nice phil!

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