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introducing Phrag kovachii X Saint Ouen

This is a discussion on introducing Phrag kovachii X Saint Ouen within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; It is being registered as Phrag Haley Decker, after Glen's daughter. The petal span is ...

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    Default introducing Phrag kovachii X Saint Ouen

    It is being registered as Phrag Haley Decker, after Glen's daughter. The petal span is 4" x 1.5" It was a little difficult getting the color correct with my camera, it is a little darker than this.




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    Now I almost want to wait for the hybrids rather than get the species. It's shape is much better than kovachii

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    What a treat to see your picture! It's amazing and beautiful!

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    Excellent bloom.
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    Wonderful! Thanks for posting it!

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    BRAVO! I agree with you, Fren. I like this shape more than the kovachii parent.

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    It's lovely! I wonder what all the other babies from this batch looked like?

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    It's lovely! I wonder what all the other babies from this batch looked like?
    This is the first to open, we will be seeing more in the future. There are maybe 4 or 5 in spike. Ther is also a kovachii x Walter Schomberg, a couple of kovachii x Cape Sunset and a kovachii x besseae in spike. So we will be seeing some of the other crosses as well in the near future. I will be sure to share them here.

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    Wow, it is so bright and big, beautiful!

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