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Phragmipedium caudatum sanderae plant pics

This is a discussion on Phragmipedium caudatum sanderae plant pics within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Originally Posted by Heather Didn't you notice the quotation marks in there? You should pay ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather
    Didn't you notice the quotation marks in there? You should pay closer attention, Paphraguy!

    I know, I saw those quotation marks. You never used to like wallisii, so I'm happy to know you finally agree with me and like wallisii!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paphraguy
    I know, I saw those quotation marks. You never used to like wallisii, so I'm happy to know you finally agree with me and like wallisii!
    Oh, how sweet you are to humor me - that didn't work the last time!

    Hey, I didn't say I liked wallisii, exactly - I said I still had a few issues, however, I bet if I bumped into it in person sometime I might like it more than I think now...I still don't like the chartreusy-ness too much. I love the other three though, particularly the warsce. and lindenii, so you just let me know when you are ready to divide the latter, ok?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather
    Oh, how sweet you are to humor me - that didn't work the last time!

    Hey, I didn't say I liked wallisii, exactly - I said I still had a few issues, however, I bet if I bumped into it in person sometime I might like it more than I think now...I still don't like the chartreusy-ness too much. I love the other three though, particularly the warsce. and lindenii, so you just let me know when you are ready to divide the latter, ok?
    That is odd! To me, lindenii looks exactly like wallisii without the pouches and you like lindenii better than wallisii???

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    Peter, did I read that caudatum's are a bit harder to grow? For us mere mortals, I mean :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JOHNnDC
    Peter, did I read that caudatum's are a bit harder to grow? For us mere mortals, I mean :-)

    I really don't know how hard it is to grow caudatum for newbies but they are very slow growing plants and I guess a little tricky for those who have never grown a long petalled Phrag species before.

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    if you had to do just two things, just keep the fan running and don't hold your breath waiting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmoney
    if you had to do just two things, just keep the fan running and don't hold your breath waiting!
    Yes, tell me about it! These long petalled Phrag species are prone to basal/bacterial rot if ample constant air circulation is not provided, especially during hot summer days.

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