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Phrag Living Fire.

This is a discussion on Phrag Living Fire. within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Phrag Living fire (Sorcerers app x besseae) 2 spikes with side spikes. Colour is deeper ...

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    Default Phrag Living Fire.


    Phrag Living fire (Sorcerers app x besseae)
    2 spikes with side spikes.
    Colour is deeper in good light.

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    An intense beauty!

    How tall is the plant and spike? I want one but looks like it may be too large for my space.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 78Terp View Post
    An intense beauty!

    How tall is the plant and spike? I want one but looks like it may be too large for my space.
    Spike is just under 36" high & knowing it's parents it could get a lot higher , NS of plant is not that big @ 28".

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    That's gorgeous. I think my next orchid will have to be a phrag to see if I can keep it watered well enough. I just love them!

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    I can handle that size!

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    A piccie update now it is in full flower.

    11 flowers on 2 branched spikes.

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    Some lovely plants there Steve and I like the looks of the pics -- beautiful.

    Ed

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    Quote Originally Posted by phraggy View Post
    Some lovely plants there Steve and I like the looks of the pics -- beautiful.

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    The Sedinii's are the ones i had from you

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigSteve View Post
    The Sedinii's are the ones i had from you
    Thanks for letting me know Steve. So pleased that they have done OK for you -- not to take away the good culture you have provided for them. Well grown and cared for.

    Ed

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    What beautiful plants you have. They're gorgeous.

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