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Phrag After Glo 4N - In bloom!

This is a discussion on Phrag After Glo 4N - In bloom! within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Pretty--love the colors on these. Enjoy!...

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    Pretty--love the colors on these. Enjoy!

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    Thanks everyone. Again, can't really take credit for this one, since it was already in bud when I got it...

    It's gotten bigger, though! Petal stance is now 6" and 3.25" top to bottom. And the bud behind it is now standing up outside the sheath.

    How long does an individual bloom typically last on these?

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    Talking Update : More blooms

    I'm getting a new bloom about every other week. The first bloom fell off a few days after the second grew in. <First photo are blooms 1&2> Now I have the second and third I'm enjoying <Second photo>. The third is not quite done opening and is about half the size of the previous bloom (probably because I didn't give it enough fertilizer). Still, too cute!!

    I think I have at least 1, probably 2 more buds in sheath behind this one. Love this plant!

    PS -- I've nicknamed it 'Audrey' after Little Shop of Horrors because its so gorgeously huge.
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    Those blooms are so lovely!! Nice photos too.

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