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Phrag schlimii 'Wilcox' AM/AOS

This is a discussion on Phrag schlimii 'Wilcox' AM/AOS within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; A bit of historical info on this one. This was awarded as a Phrag schlimii ...

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    Default Phrag schlimii 'Wilcox' AM/AOS

    A bit of historical info on this one. This was awarded as a Phrag schlimii about 100 years ago. Most likely it is not a species but a Phrag Cardinale. Still the name holds.
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    Phrag Cardinale? I think I have this one. Should it be called schlimii?

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    Very nice shape and rich colour. Beautiful!

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    very nice, loved the pouch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brutal_Dreamer View Post
    Phrag Cardinale? I think I have this one. Should it be called schlimii?

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    No it is a Cardinale...but was awarded as schlimii way back when so that tag stays with it. This a division stemming from the original awarded plant.

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    Stunning....I need to keep my ego in check with my one happy and blooming phrag and not get carried away and go buying more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtequine View Post
    Stunning....I need to keep my ego in check with my one happy and blooming phrag and not get carried away and go buying more!
    Jenny but this is a nice compact one...Mine is only about 6" tall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-NY View Post
    Jenny but this is a nice compact one...Mine is only about 6" tall.
    enabler!!! drat...I have NO will power!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtequine View Post
    enabler!!! drat...I have NO will power!
    always love to enable

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    It's really nice. Much easier to grow and bloom than actual schlimii. I am looking for one, but haven't found a good clone yet. I seen some plant with same clone name that have huge flower, about 3" across. =)

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