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Psychopsis Mariposa Alba and Psychopsis Papilio

This is a discussion on Psychopsis Mariposa Alba and Psychopsis Papilio within the Phalaenopsis, Oncidium, & Intergenerics IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; These Psychopsis none stop blooming since 1 1/2 years ago....

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    Default Psychopsis Mariposa Alba and Psychopsis Papilio

    These Psychopsis none stop blooming since 1 1/2 years ago.
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    Lucky you :-) I love both of these

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    I have just ordered my first Psychopsis and it should be here next week!!! I can't wait. It is a Pyschopsis Mariposa 'GV'. It comes with a 10 cm spike!! I just hope that I don't kill it in it's first week.

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    Wow! A whole year and a half! THAT'S an orchid I'd love to have!

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    They are gorgeous!!!

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    Beautiful and ever-blooming. For any flower one and one half years is a long time. AL

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    I think these are the prettiest! Thanks for sharing. I may have to try one someday...maybe I won't kill the pretty mules ear this time.

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    They are simply gorgeous! Wish they were n't so darn temperamental but your bloom longevity is great!

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    Nice butterflies! Good job with them.

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    I do not find them temeramental at all. They are a great plant and the successive blooms are very rewarding. Congrats on you Pyp! Mine has been going at it for about 10 months now.

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