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Paph spicerianum

This is a discussion on Paph spicerianum within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; I am hunting for many months finally got one. I like it so much and ...

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    Default Paph spicerianum

    I am hunting for many months finally got one. I like it so much and long lasting.
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    Nice one Zain!

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    Beautiful. Congratulations for blooming this in the lowlands. My friends and I have given up trying to bloom this cooler blooming typw.

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    Very cool flower! Looks like its laughing at you

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    Wonderful color on the bloom of this P. spicerianum. Congratulations.

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    Good find Zain, it is stunning!

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    Wow Zain! Very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by catttan View Post
    Beautiful. Congratulations for blooming this in the lowlands. My friends and I have given up trying to bloom this cooler blooming typw.
    Thank you cattan now I'm still observing the character of Paphio species just exposing the matured plants with expecting to have immature spike, the temperature of 22 C for 6 to 7 hours I found something unusual. I noticed vonteanum the spike getting more prominent as well well as virens. Anyway still very early to tell the outcome. Hope for the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris in Hamilton View Post
    Very cool flower! Looks like its laughing at you
    Agreed with you very funny looking of the staminode at first glance. Thanks Chris.

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    Thanks Harvey, Doreen, Jack and Sheryl for your kind comments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zainal abidin View Post
    Thank you cattan now I'm still observing the character of Paphio species just exposing the matured plants with expecting to have immature spike, the temperature of 22 C for 6 to 7 hours I found something unusual. I noticed vonteanum the spike getting more prominent as well well as virens. Anyway still very early to tell the outcome. Hope for the best.

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    Agreed with you very funny looking of the staminode at first glance. Thanks Chris.

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    Thanks Harvey, Doreen, Jack and Sheryl for your kind comments.
    Very interesting experiment Zainal. Will be following your progress with great interest.

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    Looks very nice.

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