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Phrag wallisii x pearcel (Mem. Garren Weaver hybride)

This is a discussion on Phrag wallisii x pearcel (Mem. Garren Weaver hybride) within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Three days ago the third bloom started the opening and this one, as the bud ...

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    Cool Phrag wallisii x pearcel (Mem. Garren Weaver hybride)

    Three days ago the third bloom started the opening and this one, as the bud behind her, is all mine!

    I am supersillyouly proud of my phrag skills, they are such thankfull serial bloomers!Name:  Mem GW inflor res.jpg
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    Laura

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    Another beauty! Photos are wonderful as well!
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    Thank you Jason, I am really proud of my pale dragon
    The funny thing is that I saw pics of other sedeniis and they were severely pink, and the pouch on some was quite diffrent. Can I say for sure that these are sedeniis? Ok, the markings at the mouth of the pouch and the dorsal fin tend to be similar, but I didn't see their scent mentioned anywhere.
    I really wonder...

    Now most of this post should be with the sedenii pictures...grrr
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    Lovely slipper orchid, Laura.

    cheers,
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    Looks great ! I hope my Phrags bloom like yours.

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    Good luck Amey, I am sure they will! I have to say that i had them for 8 weeks now and they are the most satisfying plants I ever had. Bloom drops, np, there was a bud hiding behind it. Spraying in the morning, feet in water. Got a new spike 2 days ago (I can see the modified "leaf" coming up) they grow like weeds!

    Cheers!
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    Super blooms

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    I always like slipper orchids including this one so beautiful but cant grow in lowland good growing.

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    Thank you Cathy!

    I feel for ya Zain, pity you can't grow them, they are my pride and joy. I start to think that living where I do (though it has some serious limitations in all senses) is not that horrid if one tries to grow orchids in an apartment with no vivarium or other special stuff worth naming. Well, maybe the fact that I got them a humidifier and I have some light somewhere in the mail. So far, I feel that they are the most unfussy plants I ever had

    Ooops, gotta go back to work

    Cheers!
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    Very elegant I think. I can't pin down why this should be so . I have Grande, which is a great Phrag if you like enormously long petals, and most people are impressed by it, but it never strikes me as elegant. Ditto caudatum.
    Must be the cool colour I think.
    Whatever it is, I would certainly like to add this one to my collection.

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