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    Two Paphs in bloom

    2 more of my orchids that are in bloom.
    Growing conditions:
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    Semi-hydro

    pict 1 - Paphiopedilum primulinum - this is a sequential bloomer. It has been blooming for a year now on its 12th bloom with no signs of stopping.
    pict 2 - Paphiopedilum Druid Spring - this is a semi-sequential bloomer. Last year I got 5 flowers from it before it quit.

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    Wonderful. I bet it's nice always having a orchid in bloom with the first one. Beautiful flowers. Thanks for sharing.

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    Very nice!
    Bruce in CT

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    Wow, quite a show! I love that name, Druid Spring.
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