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    Paphiopedilum spicerianum hybrid

    Ok Paphiopedilum Enzan Fruit 'Hsiao' x spicerianum 'Elim' BM/AOS right LOL, this is its second blooming I did this one,the first came on the plant In december 08 this is probably my nicest size Paph as far as the bloom size its very large , at least I think so ,
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    Beautiful. Was it pretty easy to flower?

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    upwhiz,
    Nice Paphiopedilum hybrid, thanks for sharing. Takes me back to my early years in orchid growing and breeding.

    I adjusted the name to orchid naming standards.
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    thanks guys and yes pretty easy, didn't do alot of feeding , though it may have had another bloom or two in that amount of time if I had , but Ive gotten so into the CP thing and lost most of my interest in orchids.
    thanks Joseph i never get the names exactly right LOL, you may always make corrections so I don't look so silly.
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    Oh, I didn't even notice your pretty flower pics til now. That is one sa-wheeeet Paph!
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    Gorgeous flower! Looks sort of like a pelican to me, actually. Due to the little pouch the lower part of the flower forms.

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    Wow, I can't wait to have my P. spicerianum bloom!
    Last edited by Joseph Clemens; 01-06-2011 at 03:04 PM.
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    awgaupp,
    Keep in mind that Paphiopedilum spicerianum is only one of the parents of the plant featured in this thread.
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