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Phrag. caricinum 'Aileen' AM/AOS x self

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    Default Phrag. caricinum 'Aileen' AM/AOS x self

    Nice division of this cute species. I love the foliage and the fans are just perfectly proportioned.
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    Thanks for posting! Your plant looks great in its new pot and home. Take very good care of it! I tried to get as much roots as possible and I think I did pretty good. The spike on the mother plant is growing.

    Enjoy your new PHRAG!

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    Default Gorgeous!!

    What beautiful graceful foilage! You will have to post pics when this blooms Heather!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paphraguy
    Thanks for posting! Your plant looks great in its new pot and home. Take very good care of it! I tried to get as much roots as possible and I think I did pretty good. The spike on the mother plant is growing.

    Enjoy your new PHRAG!
    No, no, I think I am going to have to *try* to kill this one on purpose! - of course I will take very good care of it, and yes, you did well! Thanks, yet again!

    Yes, of course, I'll post pics when it blooms for sure. Right now, I am very thrilled w/ the foliage, alone!

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    For those who requested a pic of the flowers and plant, so here it is the exact plant in bloom, Phragmipedium caricinum 'Aileen' AM/AOS


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    [QUOTE=Paphraguy]For those who requested a pic of the flowers and plant, so here it is the exact plant in bloom, Phragmipedium caricinum 'Aileen' AM/AOS

    Wow..nice plant & blooms!!
    Looking at that pic, i have to keep reminding myself that i don't like Prags..i really don't..or maybe just a little..i'm getting confused.
    OMG..what's happening to me!!!!

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    Thanks for posting Peter, I appreciate seeing it in bloom, as well.

    Dana, I think it is a disease.

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    [QUOTE=Dana]
    Quote Originally Posted by Paphraguy
    For those who requested a pic of the flowers and plant, so here it is the exact plant in bloom, Phragmipedium caricinum 'Aileen' AM/AOS

    Wow..nice plant & blooms!!
    Looking at that pic, i have to keep reminding myself that i don't like Prags..i really don't..or maybe just a little..i'm getting confused.
    OMG..what's happening to me!!!!
    Thank you, Dana! I think Heather is right, you're getting the PAPH and PHRAG disease, oh my!

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    Ow shuks...is there a cure?
    I figure as long as i don't buy one..there's some hope for me left

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana
    Ow shuks...is there a cure?
    I figure as long as i don't buy one..there's some hope for me left
    Well, it helps if you stay far *far* away from Danger Boy there!

    I was clearly doomed from the start....

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