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Phragmipedium besseae var flavum

This is a discussion on Phragmipedium besseae var flavum within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Heather, here is another pic with a different background. You asked for it. The flower ...

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    Heather, here is another pic with a different background. You asked for it. The flower has opened some more. You like?


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    Yes, haha, very nice! It opened a little sideways, no? I also like the water droplets on the first picture (out in the rain, then huh?)
    Thanks so much for taking a second. I like the sunny blue background as well. I think I prefer the red on the blue background best.

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    Default yellow phrag

    Very nice yellow! Does it have more blooms coming? Additional spikes? Reliable bloomer?

    I really like the blue background. What is it? It looks like a blue tye-dyed beach towell!

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    Slipperhead, yes, there are more buds coming on that spike.

    Here is a pic of the whole plant as requested.


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    To me, it looks as though it is turning its face to the sun!
    The other just came up on my desktop and is simply stunning! The water droplets are so beautiful on it. Nice job Peter!

    Oh, whole plant now - very sweet pic. I stand by my above statement - looks as if it is turning to enjoy the warmth! Very cute!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather
    To me, it looks as though it is turning its face to the sun!
    The other just came up on my desktop and is simply stunning! The water droplets are so beautiful on it. Nice job Peter!
    Thank you! Yes, I also like the water droplets one. It looks so clean and refreshing! LOL!!! These flowers are so tiny and delicate looking, you'll be amazed to see one in person. Have you? I don't remember if you have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paphraguy
    Thank you! Yes, I also like the water droplets one. It looks so clean and refreshing! LOL!!! These flowers are so tiny and delicate looking, you'll be amazed to see one in person. Have you? I don't remember if you have.
    No...just close hybrids, like Don Wimber... bummer huh? I am so deprived!!!! Wah!

    I'm afraid we're crossing each others' posts at the moment!
    Oh and shhhh! You're spending my money every moment w/ this talk - so much for savings....!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather
    No...just close hybrids, like Don Wimber... bummer huh? I am so deprived!!!! Wah!

    I'm afraid we're crossing each others' posts at the moment!
    Well, it's about time you get one! I know it's on your list, so YIPEE!!!

    Is your red one any closer to blooming?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather
    Oh and shhhh! You're spending my money every moment w/ this talk - so much for savings....!
    Edited!

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    I've never seen a yellow bess before--that one's beautiful, Pete. I like them a lot more than the reds (which, for some reason, never did anything for me... ). Glad you posted it.

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