Cypripedium sabine

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  1. May 2, 2019 #1

    Duck Slipper

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    2 growth plant that was a single growth last year. Have 2 pubescens that are up but not flowered yet...have others that are not up yet, Kentuckiense E6F02A58-291D-4CC3-977C-22F9A083CDCC.jpeg and some hybrids. Not sure if they will come up.
     
  2. May 2, 2019 #2

    SEMO-Cypr

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    Great to hear some of your Cyps are up! Looking forward to seeing your Pubescens in bloom. I lost one of my Pubescens seedlings thanks to a slug, it wasn’t strong enough to produce a new eye afterward. But all my Kentuckiense are up and the rest of my Pubescens. But I do pot culture right now with my seedlings. I also had them in an unheated well house and they started way to early in my opinion. I also received my near blooming hybrids from hillside nursery a few weeks ago and got those in pots until they’re bigger and i’ll get them out in raised beds eventually. With all this rain we are getting I’ve been doing a lot of moving from outside to inside under lights in my garage.. it’s a giant pain in the you know what. Hopefully the rest of yours start popping up!
     
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  3. May 6, 2019 #3

    KyushuCalanthe

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    Lovely hybrid, and you got to love it not only for the large flower, but also because it flowers so early. I just saw quite a few blooming in Victoria, BC and the only other plants in flower were one of its parents, C. fasciolatum.
     
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