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Paphiopedilum supardii in full bloom

This is a discussion on Paphiopedilum supardii in full bloom within the Photography Archive 1 forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by Paphraguy I love the looks of freshly opened flowers! And I love ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paphraguy
    I love the looks of freshly opened flowers! And I love my supardii, nice parents too! Beautiful species and another one hard to find.
    re: fresh flowers, ME TOO! My last St. Peter bloom is working its way out tonight. Very excited! *NOT* peloric and though that last one was interesting, I am glad because it is the last one I'll have to enjoy for a while. It is a very small bloom compared to all the others. Waaah, I love this plant, my first phrag. Sigh....gushing, sorry!

    Oh, so, I couldn't tell, you *like* supardii??? Lol!

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    Do post a pic of your last St Pete bloom! It must be very special to you since it was your very first Phrag. It will get BIG very quickly.

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    Oh, no you are all going to be sick of me and that plant! I think I've posted like 15 shots of it already! Yes, I can tell it will get big. It is a good grower. I can't wait to repot and check out the roots!

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