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Unread 05-23-2009, 07:45 PM
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Default Paphiopedilum esquirolei

This one blooms like clockwork for me. I always say that I am no good at growing Paphs and then this one blooms and makes a liar out of me. There were actually 4 flowers this year, but only 3 made it into the photo.
I've had this plant for 3 years and keep thinking that I need to repot it, but I figure if it ain't broke, don't go fixin it! LOL
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That's a very pretty one Laura! Interesting how the petals on the top flower in the photo haven't ruffled yet.
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good looking paph.
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I like it.

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Wow! My kind of Paph.

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Thanks everyone!
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Beautiful blooms, thank you!
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That's one healthy plant!!!
I think I saw another post of the same species earlier. I'm double checking my wishlist righ now
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