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My new 'Favorite" paph

This is a discussion on My new 'Favorite" paph within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Diane, when are you going out of the country again? Hmmmmmm?...

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    Diane, when are you going out of the country again? Hmmmmmm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mehera View Post
    Really nice proportion between the height of the spike and the size of the plant--very pleasing. And the bloom itself is so unusual and pretty. Love it! What kind of culture do you give your complex paphs Diane? You are very successful at them.
    All my paphs are under fluorescent lights. The get watered weekly. They are in a mix of small bark, small chc and small s/h pellets. They get a little warm sometimes, can't help that, but I do think it impacts their blooming. I have a few others in bud now so I will be a happy camper!!

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    What a cute little blushing paph!! Love the coloring!

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    Oh, I am so thrilled it bloomed for you, Diane.

    And Clint - I am here in Ft. Worth!!

    Cheers,
    BD

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