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Phragenstein 5 flowers out together.

This is a discussion on Phragenstein 5 flowers out together. within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; 3 months into bloomimg & Phragenstein is blooming like a multi-floral.I usually have 3 or ...

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    Default Phragenstein 5 flowers out together.

    3 months into bloomimg & Phragenstein is blooming like
    a multi-floral.I usually have 3 or 4 blooms out @ the same time but 5 is
    something new.
    There is a 6th bud just bursting so it,s possible that i,ll get 6 out together.
    (spike is over 56" high).

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    Zowie that's nice! Great job!!

    Mine only has 2 flowers opened at once.

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    WOW! 56" tall spike!! Awesome growing! I hope you get the 6th bloom open at the same time. IF so post another photo.Bravo!

    Cheers!
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    INCREDIBLE !!!!! Phrag on steroids~

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    Sheesh--no kidding!

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    What kind of phrag is that again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JOHNnDC
    What kind of phrag is that again?
    "windowsill" phrag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmoney
    "windowsill" phrag.
    ROTFLMOL ~~~Dr. needs some rest ~~

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    or smaller plants...I have a Paph. Bel Royal with a 36" or so LS and a PEOY with a similar LS (leaves not as wide though). Yes they are taking up some room...no they are not paying rent.

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    6 flowers.
    Surprised the other flowers haven,t dropped.It looks like i have a new side branch started.



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