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Discussion in 'Cypripedium' started by Berthold, Mar 27, 2011.
Montanum in progress. Difficult to install in German gardens.
You found this in the wild or you plant it yourself in the wild? Keep us posted!
it's in my wild garden in Germany. I planted it about 10 years ago.
WOW!!! 10 years!!! Excellent work!!! I can't wait to see the flowers!
Great job done, would love to have one.
Only have 2 Hybrids with montanum.
Very exciting! Nice!
Very far from home!
in flower now, with willow seeds
Oh, those are very pretty!
Congrats on the blooming, looking good.
Very nice blooms!
Job well done. That is a tough one to grow even in its native region. I don't know of anyone successfully growing it in the eastern US - perhaps a few folks in the far north and Canada. Never seen or heard of one in Japan either.
Personally, I'd try the look-alike hybrid C. Sebastian since it no doubt is far easier to grow.
A great job done a really nice plant.
Do you have any pollen to spare
Beautiful! Congratulations on getting such a nice blooming and thank you for remembering to come back and post the photos!
Stunning.. Wonderful growing.
In the sunbeam
you get a nice picture of it.
Good job done
Very nice species!
Lovely! Congrats for getting it to bloom.
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