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Here's some pictures of my new paphs from Orchid Inn I got from the show. See pictures of the show here.

Paph. delenatii v. dunkel, Paph. delenatii v. album, and Paph. bellatulum all are BS or at least NBS. Not sure, but the Paph. bellatulum might be in bud or just making a new leaf, it's too far down to tell.


Paph. urbanianum and Paph. Wossner Kolopak v. album seedlings. Got the Paph. Wossner Kolopak v. album free!


Paph. delenatii v. dunkel in bud


Dunkel and album leaves.


New delenatii's on left and right. Normal variety in center, that was my first paph.
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Nice pick ups. You cant go wrong with Sam's plants. I really like the leaves on the dunkle.

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congrats awesome pick ups
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Very nice purchases - And that one does look like it is starting a bloom! How nice if so - a cooler is a very sensible thing to put your plants in - good idea - I have not used this, but if it means protecting a possible bloom spike, I would carry a (small) elephant without worrying about what others think!
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they all look great
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Very nice looking plants and all appear blooming sized.
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I don't know if the Paph. urbanianum or Paph. Wossner Kolosuk are blooming sized. The urbanianum is pretty small and the hybrid is a cross between P. kolopakingii v. album and P. sukhakulii v. album and P. kolopakingii gets pretty big.
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They look really nice. I'm starting to see a brachy/parvie theme here. Are you just rounding out your collection? Sukhakulii is pretty small so maybe it will help keep the kolopakingii down to a normal size. If not you better make lots of room on your bench!
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