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    Phrag. sargentianum

    I will give it a try, to take a picture of the plant.
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    Phrag. sargentianum

    I never ever let it dying-out! I use rainwater only, but in summer with fertilizer every second to third time.
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    Phrag. sargentianum

    First time blooming plant with a leavespan of 75cm. A sequential bloomer for weeks, till now10 flowers, more are coming. Regards Trimorph
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    Phragmipedium group picture

    This spring I had some species and its hybrids in bloom at the same time. All of the section Micropetalum, so I took the chance to do a group picture... Phrag. Fritz Schomburg Phrag. schlimii Phrag. d'alessandroi Phrag. Hanna Popow Phrag. besseae Regrads, Trimorph
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    Phrag. grande closeup

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    Phrag. warscewiczianum

    It was the flower, not the medium, the flower fell of by now. It is a reliable bloomer and It never had noticed that smell before. It appeared when the flower matured. The smell came definitly from the petals and probably the pouch too. Perhaps it is just caused by an enviromental influence and...
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    Phrag. warscewiczianum

    I do have a plant of ecuageneras caudatum 'Fortuna', now labeled as warscewiczianum 'Fortuna'. The picture of the blooming they showed at the show was similar to mine popowii (formerly known as warscewiczianum I showed here). The reason I picked it up anyway was, because the plants had already...
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    Phrag. warscewiczianum

    The leaves are up to 30cm from the base to the tip. And betrween 3,5 and 4 cm in the widest part and have a leathery texture. I don't have a caudatum in the same age, so I can't do a direkt comparison, about the mature size.
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    Fritz Schomburg

    Nice flower development!
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    Phrag. warscewiczianum

    After one year abstinence it is in bloom again Phragmipedium warscewiczianum The bloom is full matured and the petals have now a length of 55cm (21'7") and concurrent it's the first time I noticed a strenghten smell like urine when maturing. Best regards, Trimorph
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    Phragmipedium Elfin Arabesque

    What an interesting "collar" on the pouch with great markings!
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    Phragmipedium dallessandroï

    Great blooming!
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    d'allesandroi & besseae

    Dear Eliseo, here it is Best regards, Trimorph
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    d'allesandroi & besseae

    I will post it on the weekend!
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    d'allesandroi & besseae

    recently in bloom at the same time Best regards, Trimorph
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    what might this be

    Here are some details about that forma: And some additional pictures of a former thread about it here in slippertalk: Best...
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    what might this be

    Dear abaplle, this is Phrag. hartwegii f. baderi It seem to be very common, that it is misslabeled in cultivation. Mostly as Phrag. longifolium var. gracile, but the difference is, that there are no hairs on the staminode. Or in your case, as pearcei, for sure because of a similar plantsize...
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    Need help with a some fischeri pictures.

    Hi Eliseo, I would be happy to help you, I have a spiking plant and it seems to be a fischeri. But it still will need a few weeks.
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    My vittatum update

    Hi brasphrag, by the way, what do you use as potting material for your vittatum? I think I can remeber that you mention in one thread (I think about hirtzii) hat you have them in succsessful culivation. Thanks, Trimorph
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    Phragmipedium Schroederae

    Phragmipedium Schroederae Trimorph