Cypripedium segawai

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  1. Apr 17, 2018 #1

    JPMC

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    This year it has 8 growths and 6 flowers after 8 growths and no flowers last year.

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    Nicely grown, and beautiful photos!
     
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    Dainty stance!
     
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    What's your culture? My Barry Phillips is blooming. Will hopefully post soon.
     
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    Me hate you all! :mad:
    Just kidding! :D Great growing. Can you show us how its potted and the rest of the plant please?
     
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    I grow it in 100% stalite n a clay pot. It is kept about 2 feet from a LED growlight in normal indoor temps (60-80F) when in growth. In the fridge from about November 15 to March 15. I give it Michigan State fertilizer at 125-150 ppm weekly when growing.

    Can't wait for you posting.
     
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    I grow it in 100% stalite n a clay pot. It is kept about 2 feet from a LED growlight in normal indoor temps (60-80F) when in growth. In the fridge from about November 15 to March 15. I give it Michigan State fertilizer at 125-150 ppm weekly when growing.
     
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    Wow, this plant has come a long way. Just awesome. I love the extra wide flower segments, a very uncommon trait in the plants I've seen of this species. You certainly have nailed growing Cyps inside.

    Question - how is your lichiangense doing?
     
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    Thank you for asking. It is doing well. Last year it did not flower but formed two growths. I didn't know that it was a "clumper". This year it has just broken above the surface and both growths are present. Stay tuned for images...
     
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    Wow, fantastic! You've got me excited now. You are the Cyp grower par excellance!
     
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    Light weight slate product. Do you add any lime, etc. to it?
     
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    Yes, a pinch of pellet garden lime each spring.
     
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    Outstanding flowers! Congratulations on excellent growing.
     

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