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Phrag Schroderae 'Freel'

This is a discussion on Phrag Schroderae 'Freel' within the Photography Archive 1 forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; It is a great plant and bloomer. I also have about 3 more growths that ...

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    Default Phrag Schroderae 'Freel'




    It is a great plant and bloomer. I also have about 3 more growths that in great shape on this plant.

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    You got some nice plants and blooms there! Thanks for sharing! Are you planning to get an HID system?

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    Are you sure that's a Schroederae? Every other one I've seen has very conspicuously pendent petals.

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    That is really nice. Wow. Beautiful blooms.

    Cheers!
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    Are you sure that's a Schroederae?
    I was wondering the same thing. Looks more like a Callurum to me...

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    That is a lovely plant. Love the color!

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    I have a couple of Sedenii that have that same shape.

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    Yes, it does looks like a Sedenii to me. Schroderae has longer more pendant petals.

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    Hmmm. Rough call. The petals on the few Sedenii we had were somewhat wider.

    Lol! Poor sgratrix--here we are analyzing your pic! Don't take it personally--whatever it turns out to be, it's still awfully pretty.

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    Default Phrag Schroderae "Freel"

    No harm, no fowl, what ever it is, its a great bloomer and grower, i have it in a clay pot and keep it wet all the time, it seems to love these conditions and continues to grow.

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