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Old 02-05-2020, 02:27 PM
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Paphiopedilum barbatum var. nigritum - several new growths since blooming last year (at about the same timeframe as this year).



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Old 02-06-2020, 11:35 AM
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love it!
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Old 02-08-2020, 02:23 PM
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Thanks for the compliment & gracious words. Another bloom on the way.


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The cluster of great looking plants are doing you proud. Are they in an enclosure? Just answered my question...you do have a terrarium I recall. A1 grower!

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Superb. And I agree about the excellent setting. Really nice
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just wanted to add that the bloom progression is so cool - really captures all the time spent patiently waiting for the flower to open.

ps: is that an Ornithocephalus in the background?
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just wanted to add that the bloom progression is so cool - really captures all the time spent patiently waiting for the flower to open.

ps: is that an Ornithocephalus in the background?
Good eye - Ornithocephalus manabina. Have been growing out 5 different species of this genus for awhile.



An Ornithocephalus gladiatus coming into bloom




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Superb. And I agree about the excellent setting. Really nice
Appreciate the compliment! This has been a very hardy Phap, and it has done well in a terrarium (under artificial lighting).

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The cluster of great looking plants are doing you proud. Are they in an enclosure? Just answered my question...you do have a terrarium I recall. A1 grower!
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Growing them in terrariums. I have a couple open-front enclosures that I'm in the process of reorganizing. Added a set of glass doors to one of those enclosures to add a little more humidity. Now it holds anywhere from 50-70% RH.

I'll probably remove the P. barbatum from its present location into this enclosure (with the glass doors) after flowering. Will be in a dimmer location than where it is now. I will also add some recently mounted divisions (of other miniatures) into that set-up. Just a temporary 'holding container' right now, but I'm in the process of transforming it into a more permanent set-up.

Sliding glass doors added (has increased RH about 20%)
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Hot damn that's a neat flower and a gorgeous set-up.
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2nd flower has opened-up



Second bloom progressing into full flower mode (the first flower is spent and was removed)

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The colors (especially on the pouch) are just so vibrant.
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