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Default Paph. sukhakulii

This little guy never disappoints me. It blooms like clockwork every year. It is a bit late this year as are all my slippers due to an unseasonably warm October. There are 2 more spikes just poking up. Maybe it will hold onto this flower long enough to have 3 in flower at once.

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You have lots of action this fall, lucky you!

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Lovely flower and nice that it blooms so faithfully.
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LOL Bill, it's about time something good happened with my collection!
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