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Paph Rosy Dusk

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    Default Paph Rosy Dusk

    Not mine, unfortunately. I'm not normally a paph person but I like white blooms so I saw this at the local show and fell in love. Couldn't really find any information about except the usual stuff on the RHS website.






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    Oh wow so many pretty blooms

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    Very nice! Looks like maybe FC Puddle in it's heritage?

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    Lovely -- I love the grouping a well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane View Post
    Very nice! Looks like maybe FC Puddle in it's heritage?
    Don't remember seeing it but then I didn't look that far back.

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    Aha! This is a job for...orchid nerd!

    --> She checks her handy dandy database... <---

    Well, she's sure a mutt! And a bit of a mystery mutt. Very very complex hybrid. Five generations back and there's still not much species influence.

    25% unknown
    19% insigne
    18% boxallii
    17% spicearianum
    14% bellatulum
    6% villosum
    1% exul

    McVeryNerdy

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    LOL, McVeryNerdy, I am so glad you are you. Thanks for the break down of the parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piper View Post
    Aha! This is a job for...orchid nerd!

    --> She checks her handy dandy database... <---

    Well, she's sure a mutt! And a bit of a mystery mutt. Very very complex hybrid. Five generations back and there's still not much species influence.

    25% unknown
    19% insigne
    18% boxallii
    17% spicearianum
    14% bellatulum
    6% villosum
    1% exul

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    How'd you do that?

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    I'm a firm believer in magic, Elena...but in this case it was the OrchidWiz database I bought last year. It's not cheap, but it's a wonderful resource.

    McJulie

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    I am familiar with Rosy Dawn which is also white and speckeled but this is the first for seeing Rosy Dusk...very nice!

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