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Cypripedium parviflorum

This is a discussion on Cypripedium parviflorum within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; me....me want. me want want.......

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    me....me want. me want want....

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    Fren, do you grow the Cypripedium in a bog?

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    Nope I have it in a semishaded area. I don't have a bog

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    She came up again this year . I have three blooms and five stems. The cloudy weather was perfect to take some snapshots, otherwise there is too much glare on the pouches. Also they are freshly opened so maybe the dorals will go up a little?


    And I did this painting based on last year's bloom.

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    Very nice! I am searching for this variety in the wild here in NE Ohio. Cyps are somewhat magical to me! I may invest in a few for next year. Thanks for sharing!
    Pedro

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    Cool, Fren! Thanks! I love the composition in your photograph! Great painting too!
    Cheers,
    BD

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    great great pictures-nice and good growing !!!!!

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    Congrats, Fren!

    Beautiful flowers!

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    Wonderful painting Fren, you are quite talented... What type of medium are you using for your Cyps? I've been thinking about trying to grow some hardy orchids outside. Already, I have some Goodyera pubescens outside, but I'm thinking about maybe doing a whole raised bed with some Cyps and Bletilla, and maybe some Pleione and Platanthera and Ophrys and Orchis if I can find them.

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    excellent growing and great painting/photography!

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