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    Phrag Peruflora's Saltinbanco

    This hibrid comes from Manolo Arias and is a cross between P. kovachii x P. Boissierianum. It produces huge flowers.
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    Phrag schlimii forma Manzurii

    I dont remember if I posted this bloom before. This Phrag bloomed at the beginning of last December. This is the typical color of forma Manzurii, a pale green in the petals and the dorsal sepal. The pouch in white though. Isn't beatiful?
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    Phrag Green Hornet

    This Phrag is an easy to grow. It grows like weed with grass like leaves. It's pretty similar to P. pearcii but bigger.
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    Phrag schlimii

    This Phrag was collected in the wild by a friend. Recently we visited the place to see how this Phrag lives in situ. All plants were growing over rocks receiving lots of pure water.
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    Phrag besseae xant x schlimii var. Manzuri albiflorum

    This a nice Phrag that blooms the second time for me and comes from D. Manzuri. Like all the micropetalum, it loves the water. I water it every day, sometime twice. It has 2 more spikes.
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    Phrag Emma Decker

    This is the first bloom of this Phrag for me. It is the second flower of the first spike, first flower was so so. This phrag comes from Alfredo Manrique in Perú.
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    Phrag Cardinale

    A good P. Cardinale with 7 flowers in a huge plant.
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    Phrag Green Hornet

    This phrag just bloom today. It's easy to grow and now a huge plant in a 14cm pot.
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    Phrag besseae

    A new bloom of P besseae. It has a NHS of 8cm and pretty flat. It's grown in a flat clay pot, similar to Tomkalina's style.
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    Phrag schlimii var. Manzurii

    This phrag is endemic to Colombia, found in the northeastern, close to Venezuela. It likes lots of water. I use moss in the top of the pot to keep the medium wet. All the micropetalum subgenus need lots of water. This plant comes from D. Manzuri.
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    Phrag schlimii forma Manzurii albiflorum

    This is var. albiflorum as sold by David Manzuri.
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    Phrag Paul Eugene Conroy

    New acquisition. Huge plant and flowers.
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    Phrag schlimii 'Alto Guayaquil'

    This P schlimii was found near Sonson county in Colombia. Very white and the fenestration cant be seen.
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    Phrag schlimiii "Campamento"

    This Phrag schlimii was given by Eteson, probably my best schlimii.
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    Phrag kovachii x boissierianum

    Long time without bloming. It has a huge pouch. Nice marks inside the pouch.
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    Phrag besseae

    Phrag besseae grown in a flat clay pot, Tomkalina's style. It's has been growing fantastic.
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    Phrag Fritz Shomburg

    Phrag Fritz with 3 spikes.
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    P kovachii

    P kovachii that comes from Manolo Arias in Perú. Grown in cold weather at @7200ft asl in a cymbidiun type pot. Lots of water every day. One flower open and 3 more to come.
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    Phrag ritcherii x schlimii

    Small yet beautiful flower. Compact plant, esasy to grow.
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    Phrag schlimii var. Manzuri

    This tiny flower is very nice. This plant comes from David Mazur who discovered this variety in the estern side of Colombia. This paticular clone is easy to grow and bloom.
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