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3 Phrag kovachii x Living Fire

This is a discussion on 3 Phrag kovachii x Living Fire within the Paphiopedilum, Phragmipedium, Cypripedium IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Nice comparison of sibblings! I just happened to a seedling of one of these too. ...

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    Nice comparison of sibblings!
    I just happened to a seedling of one of these too. I guess I should expect wavy too? I just knew it would give good colour so I got one.
    These hybrids grow way easier than phrag kovachii too, plus they accept tap water without problem, at least for now.

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    Those are so beautiful! I just read the article about them too -- you know the Deckers or work with them don't you Ron? They really are spectacular

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    Those are so beautiful! I just read the article about them too -- you know the Deckers or work with them don't you Ron? They really are spectacular
    Glen is a personal friend and I grow most of my collection in his greenhouses. That is how I have access to his kovachii crosses so i can share them with you. His greenhouses are only 5 minutes away.

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    I always enjoy seeing siblings when possible (not ever possible in my small collection!).

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    Love them!

    I hope there are going to be Phrag. kovachii plants and hybrids also available in Germany. Can't wait to get one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-NY View Post
    Glen is a personal friend and I grow most of my collection in his greenhouses. That is how I have access to his kovachii crosses so i can share them with you. His greenhouses are only 5 minutes away.
    Ah, I knew there was some connection. What a fabulous place to grow your own collection. Wow! I enjoyed Glen's article in Orchids this month on the kovachii discovery, breeding etc. How exciting for you to be on the cutting edge of the orchid world.

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    Wonderful vibrant colours!

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