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Old 11-19-2019, 09:50 PM
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I grew this from a rather small seedling. It is still in the original 2 1/2 inch pot and is forming a nice clump of multiple growths. The flowers are about as large as the plant itself. I think this species has a lot of character.
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Very nice. Good growing skills!
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beautiful flower and well grown indeed

i always find the similarities between paphs and nepnthenes to be so interesting- they both have such similar morphology but with vastly different purposes and uses...it is so crazy about how taxonomy works and the deceptive differences between a gradistic classification and a cladistic one.
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I grew this from a rather small seedling.
That's the great thing about orchid growing. It develops our skills in 'patience'! You did excellently in raising this one from seedling. Fantastic flower too! Not just fantastic ----- huge too! Well worth the wait!!
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