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Paph unknown cross

This is a discussion on Paph unknown cross within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This bulldog type is a regular bloomer, with 2 blooms this time (1 yet to ...

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    Default Paph unknown cross

    This bulldog type is a regular bloomer, with 2 blooms this time (1 yet to open). I love the caramel apple color on the pouch.


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    Mmmm -- I love bulldog paphs. That one is a beauty.

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    Almost looks like a ceramic piece. It's lovely Diane. Congrats!

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    Very nice, it looks like it got vellosum in its parents.

    Qing

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    It looks huge! Nice!

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    It looks an awful lot like the paph you got from me last year, I think.

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