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This is a discussion on Phrag. Caudatum x Wallisii within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; First time blooming for me is this cross between Phrag . Caudatum x Wallisii. Very ...
First time blooming for me is this cross between Phrag. Caudatum x Wallisii. Very fascinating.
Wow! Spectacular! What are you growing them in?
Very beautiful picture journey, great job.
Thank you for the excellent progression photos. The end photo of your Phrag. is beautiful.
very nice. These long petaled Phrags are very nice. Your cross is named Phragmipedium Tall Tails
Nice job, looks well taken care of.
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Great Phrag! Thanks for showing the progression from bud to bloom.
A very beautiful hybrid !
Thank you guys. Apologies for over exposed pics. Katherine, I'm growing them in fine bark, actually, speaking of... never re-potted it since it came. I learnt, is the secret to orchid growing. Kept media moist all the time. Something I have been using just recently is Superthrive and as cheesy as it sounds, it does what it says on the tin. The orchid that showed instant response to it is the good old phal. My laelia tenebrosa had all rotten roots but its a different story now. Also, my psychopsis mariposa, every time it put out a bud it blasted prematurely, but now its just days off to bloom.