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Paphiopedilum stonei

This is a discussion on Paphiopedilum stonei within the Photography Archive 1 forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; This is one of my two Paph stoneis, multigrowth and should spike soon. LS is ...

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    This is one of my two Paph stoneis, multigrowth and should spike soon. LS is about 18-20".


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    Have I said before that I think your plants are just *so* beautifully well grown? Hmmm, I don't think I've told you that before.... This one really looks tremendous - much bigger than your leafspan indicates - I guess photos can be deceiving...no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather
    Have I said before that I think your plants are just *so* beautifully well grown? Hmmm, I don't think I've told you that before.... This one really looks tremendous - much bigger than your leafspan indicates - I guess photos can be deceiving...no?
    Yes, photos can be very deceiving! The other stonei is a slow coach!

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    ah ha, that's a good shot of that normal "brown" stuff at the leaf base that someone new to growing multiflorals might be worried by (and rightfully so).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmoney
    ah ha, that's a good shot of that normal "brown" stuff at the leaf base that someone new to growing multiflorals might be worried by (and rightfully so).
    A newbie would probably freak out! LOL!!!

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    Yes, I wondered about that myself, actually, until I saw some of your pics, and read Jason's recent reply regarding this phenomenon! Thanks you guys! Such good newbie assisters....ahem, maybe enablers is more apropo??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather
    Yes, I wondered about that myself, actually, until I saw some of your pics, and read Jason's recent reply regarding this phenomenon! Thanks you guys! Such good newbie assisters....ahem, maybe enablers is more apropo??
    See? The pic of a plant NOT IN BLOOM actually helped a newbie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paphraguy
    See? The pic of a plant NOT IN BLOOM actually helped a newbie!
    Yeah, but it is only little Paphgirl, whom we all know is biased...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather
    Yeah, but it is only little Paphgirl, whom we all know is biased...
    Well, it still made a difference whether it was one person or a hundred!

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