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Phrag. Autumn Fire (4N)

This is a discussion on Phrag. Autumn Fire (4N) within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Phrag . Autumn Fire = Phrag . (Eric Young x Barbara LeAnn) _____Phrag. Eric Young ...

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    Default Phrag. Autumn Fire (4N)

    Phrag. Autumn Fire = Phrag. (Eric Young x Barbara LeAnn)

    _____Phrag. Eric Young = Phrag. (besseae x longifolium)

    _____Phrag. Barbara LeAnn = Phrag. (besseae x fischeri)


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    The yellow makes a wonderful contrast...

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    That's gotta be one of the brightest pink pouches!

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    And another winner..Lien where do keep them all?

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    Mmmmm-mmmmm - that is a beauty. THanks for providing the grandparents as well as the cross!

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    It's beautiful. I love phrags.

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