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Phrag Belle Hogue Point

This is a discussion on Phrag Belle Hogue Point within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This one is alomst open! It looks like it is going to be a beautiful ...

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    Default Phrag Belle Hogue Point

    This one is alomst open! It looks like it is going to be a beautiful bloom. Very deep colors.
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    nice. great color on that one. good growing!

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    Very pretty, I'm curious to see if it lightens when it is a little older. Very nice photo!

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    Heather, The others that I have seen were lighter when fully open, however, I do hope that it stays as dark as it is now. I'll post another pic when it has fully oppened and matured.

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    Very nice! I have never seen such a dark one before. They usually get lighter as they age but you just never know how they will turn out. Do post another pic when the flower is fully opened, I'm very curious!

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    yes, it appears very dark for the cross. please do post a pic of the fully-opened flower!

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    Nice photo Matt! I love the deep red, and the yellow pouch offers such a great contrast. Fabulous plant!

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    That is very unusual! I have only seen Belle Hogue Point in pink. Never the dark red you have there! I really like it.

    Here is one we have. This one is named Belle Hougue Point. It is really light pink. (maybe a different cross??) I took this photo last August or September.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brutal_Dreamer
    That is very unusual! I have only seen Belle Hogue Point in pink. Never the dark red you have there! I really like it.

    Here is one we have. This one is named Belle Hougue Point. It is really light pink. (maybe a different cross??) I took this photo last August or September.


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    The correct name is Belle Hougue Point. Registered by the EYOF in 1997, presumably after some locale in merry old England (as are most of their grex and cultivar names).

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    Thanks for the correction.

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