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Old 05-17-2007, 09:42 PM
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Here's a few of the reasons I like Paphs so much.
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Old 05-17-2007, 09:49 PM
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Old 05-17-2007, 09:50 PM
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Lovely, kmarch.

Don't they look so much like snakeskins?
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yes they do look like a snake skin

i can see why you like them so much
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Old 05-18-2007, 03:18 AM
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Beautiful, I have not been that big a fan of the flowers (sorry, I am not sure why, they just look funny to me), but with leaves like those I might have to get one.
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Old 05-18-2007, 01:42 PM
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I've been trying to research the reasons for the mottled patterns. Other plants have similiar patterns.

I wonder if its like a plant version of frekles? a more random spread of chlorophyll throughout the leaves. They do prefer shade, which im sure has something to do with it, as climber plants that grow up trees have such patterns.

I shall look into it, if anyone knows anything please post
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Yes, it DOES look like virus doesn't it!
hehehe......just kiddin.
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Just a quick Note

The leaves posted in this thread DO NOT have any sort of virus.

kmarch has a nice display of leaves here with congrats in order.
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I remember once hearing from a nursery grower that some years ago he bought paphs and some jewel orchids for their foliage. He didn't care if they flowered, he just loved the markings and colours of the leaves.

I don't remember who said that but I can see why.
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Old 05-24-2007, 10:21 PM
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If I remember correctly, kmarch said so too in another thread
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Old 05-24-2007, 10:34 PM
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Hoosier Orchids grows, breeds, and sells lots and lots of jewel orchids. One of the very first orchid shows I ever attended had a display by them that consisted entirely of orchids not in flower. It was all orchid leaves. I sometimes buy Paphs for their leaves but I've never grown jewel orchids.
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Old 05-25-2007, 03:16 AM
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I used to have one when i first started growing orchids, it died after about a year, the whole stem just rotted through and fell off. there totally terristral but i kept it similiary to my others (not knowing much better at the time) it rotted probably because of too high humidity and overwatering. Never saw it in flower.
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Old 06-25-2007, 06:51 AM
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I saw these and thought of of all the people who enjoy leaves . Bill

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thanks for sharing them with us Bill

the leaves are very pretty
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Old 06-25-2007, 08:36 AM
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Oh Bill, thanks for posting these. Are you growing them? Jewel orchid leaves are nothing short of stunning. The fine, diamond-dust, glittery look is remarkable....words don't do them justice.
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Old 06-25-2007, 09:11 AM
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Kevin, do you know of other Phal leaves showing forms of variagation? This is Phal. stuartiana and I like the way the leaf grows. I hope you don't mind me opening the thread again.

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Old 09-12-2007, 07:14 PM
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Bill I see you posted this about 2 months ago but I missed it somehow.

Both Phal schilleriana and Phal stuartiana have patterened leaves. These days verigated leaves are all the rage and becoming ever more common in the US although still quite rare here in Australia. Here's a pic of a verigated-leaf Phal that was recently awarded here by the AOC.
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Kevin,

I'm sorry, but aren't those phals not paphs.

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K-March, I love those phal leaves! Never saw like that. Do they require just standard phal care? Reason I ask is I have really been wanting to get something different. But get a little confused about whether I can supply the proper atmosphere, Culture in my conditions. Don't have a green house. Just my g lassed in porch. I bring inside if it gets really cold. (rare)Any suggestions for a relative newbie. Just over a year.Gladys
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this is the post kevin was replying to
as you will notice the thread is on Leaves

Quote=BillC]Kevin, do you know of other Phal leaves showing forms of variagation? This is Phal. stuartiana and I like the way the leaf grows. I hope you don't mind me opening the thread again
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Phal. philippinensis: http://www.phals.net/philippinense/06ph0316.jpg

Phal. schilleriana: http://www.orchidworks.com/orchids/pinkphal.htm

Phal. lindenii: http://www.phals.net/lindenii/05ph0058.jpg

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Fred,

I know that the post is about the leaves, I was confused about the pictures that were posted. He stated "Here's a pic of a verigated-leaf Paph that was recently awarded here by the AOC." and I thought that the variegated leaf plants in that picture looked like a phal. That is where I was confused.

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I'm sorry, but aren't those phals not paphs.
Anyone on the forum who knows me knows I have Paphs on the brain. I've corrected my post and am chuckling at myself. It must have been some sort of Freudian slip. I do have a Paph with verigated leaves though. i'll get around to posting some pics of it some day.
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K-March, I love those phal leaves! Never saw like that. Do they require just standard phal care?
Yup verigated Phals require the same culture as regular Phals.
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jay, I noticed that too. But I think it is a typing error.
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No worries Kevin,

I actually seem to have Paphs on the brain a lot lately too. Truth is, part of that is your fault. All of the incredible pictures of paphs you have posted in Orchids du Jour has really spiked my interest. (no pun intended)

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That first pic is the reason I got a paph myself, and i just happened to enjoy the beautiful green of the flower too. :P They are realy beauties, but I will agree that some are very strange looking. hehe
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very pretty.
They look like snake skin
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Pikevi: Yes very much so you took the words right from my mouth!
I completely agree and they look wonderful... Mottled leaves bring so much life to the living space when not in bloom...
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