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    Default Paph rothschildianum

    This plant is not mine but part of Glen's private collection. It has an AM/AOS. The dorsal is nice and wide, good markings, nice color and petal stance. The petal width is 11" It's clonal name is 'Haley Suzanne'. I have permission to use it in breeding. I still haven't decided the cross yet.




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    WOW! That is so beautiful!

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    The largest part of my Paph collection is Paph roth primary crosses. I think I have over 30 different roth primary crosses. I plan on doing a primary cross, most likely one that I already don't have. I would like to use a multifloral parent but I haven't checked to see what else is in bloom. I may need to search out pollen from other growers.

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    That's an amazing dorsal, Ron! And the color is so dark and lovely! What's the cross - do you know?

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    Ron, I wish our roth 'Emma' was in bloom. I bet together these two would make some beautiful blooms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piper View Post
    That's an amazing dorsal, Ron! And the color is so dark and lovely! What's the cross - do you know?

    McJulie
    I don't know the cross, it came from a vendor where, the munchkin, Terry only uses a numerical system. I plan on inquiring. (did I get away with letting you know where it came from without mentioning a vendor? )

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    Spectacular.
    A real stunner.

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    Dorsal is fantastic

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    Stunning wide dorsal! excellent choice for breeding

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    I have decided to remake Paph William Trelease. I haven't seen these around in some time. I have an acquaintance in Texas with a very nice parishii in bloom. The pollen is already in the mail.

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