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Paph delenatii x chamberlianum

This is a discussion on Paph delenatii x chamberlianum within the Photography Archive 1 forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; If this has been named I would appreciate it if someone could tell me the ...

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    If this has been named I would appreciate it if someone could tell me the name.I have 2 large plants.I really like the delicate colours of this one.It's a successive bloomer.This plant has 2 spikes but could push up another.My other plant is now showing 4 spikes .Sorry the picture isn't full but I just couldn't get the buds out of the way to keep from blocking the flower.
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    Paph delenatii X Paph chamberlainianum = Paph Dellaina (1977)

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    Gosh, I like the green in that from the Paph. cham.
    P. dellenatii has just got to be one of the parents on that NOID of mine. No green on mine though...
    Thanks for posting!

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    Jane, that's beautiful. The green dorsal against that pale violet just pops right out. Are you growing in a greenhouse, or a grow room, or-- ?? All of your plants look incredibly healthy.

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    I grow in a greenhouse but this picture was taken inside my tent that I use to house some of my plants outside for the summer.

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