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Silvan

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Second blooming for this little fella. Way better than the first time around. Rounder and fuller but still very small.



 

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Thanks guys. This fischeri is starting to look like something decent. :) The first bloom on this spike was rounder but the pouch was so small. I'm glad that the proportion are more balanced on that flower.

Hum........ Jealous....................................... You are not my friend anymore...
Does your fischeri shows any signs that they are going to bloom?


Beautiful! Is this your 'Purple Adipose' clone?

Edit.....LOL Lise! Get in line. That old growth has my name on it! :)
The 'Purple Adipose' is the 2N plant. Your name is on that one ;)
 

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Thanks guys. This fischeri is starting to look like something decent. :) The first bloom on this spike was rounder but the pouch was so small. I'm glad that the proportion are more balanced on that flower.



Does your fischeri shows any signs that they are going to bloom?
Nope... I think I don't "bake" them enough in summer time....
 

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Nope... I think I don't "bake" them enough in summer time....
"bake" ...hmph! :poke:
Summer temp is pretty much the only big difference there is between your growing area and mine. So, what are you going to try next summer ? Growing it in your living room, maybe? Or on a heat mat?
 

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Thanks Jab and Eric :)

Heat mat :poke:
You know Ery, if blooming a fischeri is too much of a challenge, you can bring
it to the spring expo and I'll bloom it easely for you and give it back for the fall show in bloom. No problem :p
:poke:

..Hmph "bake"
;)
 

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Oh so lovely and cute too! Mine is just a tiny one, but is
still alive and growing...well, growing slooooowly. I hope
to have one like this one someday...if I live to see it!
 

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Thanks Jab and Eric :)



You know Ery, if blooming a fischeri is too much of a challenge, you can bring
it to the spring expo and I'll bloom it easely for you and give it back for the fall show in bloom. No problem :p
:poke:

..Hmph "bake"
;)
I can be very patient with my plant, you know... :p
 

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