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  1. Apr 23, 2018 #81

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    Giselle pastel

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  2. Apr 23, 2018 #82

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    Nice. Good to see another pot grower!
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  3. Apr 24, 2018 #83

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    Sry nice color on those Barry Phillips flowers. Mine tend to more pastel. I need to show my plants your pictures!
     
  4. Apr 24, 2018 #84

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    How do you grow yours? Maybe too hot?
     
  5. Apr 27, 2018 #85

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    I'll have to take pics when it's sunny. But here's a couple:

    Cypripedium Chauncey
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    Cypripedium ventricosum 'Frosch's Queen of the Mist"
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    formosanum
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    Sabine alba
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    Oh, and is this a weed or is it worth keeping? It's ephemeral (goes away in the summer; it's with a fern I bought from Far Reaches Nursery, fern has yet come up). Flowers are yellow and daisy/aster-like

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  6. Apr 28, 2018 #86

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    Is that a marsh marigold?
     
  7. Apr 28, 2018 #87

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    I don't think the leaves are quite right for marsh marigold, but I think it is in the ranunculus family.
     
  8. Apr 28, 2018 #88

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    We grow Caltha palustris at work and it’s similar though these flowers aren’t as full and round. Leaves are pretty close maybe just more stressed in your pic


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  9. Apr 29, 2018 #89

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    Nicely grown plants. I love the ventricosum - nice selection. Sabine alba too is always a favorite.

    I think you nailed it Charles.
     
  10. Apr 29, 2018 #90

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    Ok if it's C. palustris, great; I've been looking for one for my pond
     
  11. Apr 30, 2018 #91

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    [Cyp. Ursel]

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    [​IMG]pic upload

    Cyp Paul (starting to open)
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    Cyp Michael
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    Cypripedium Chauncey
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    So nice.
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    Nice, dark Michael. Ursel as well is very cool.
     
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    Very nice!
     
  15. May 9, 2018 #95

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    And last week, Giselle was opening. From left to right:
    Sabine [not alba], Sabine alba, Giselle, Ursel, Paul, Ana
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    This one seems to be doing very well in pot culture. Last year only 2 flowers. Now 5. Cyp Hank Small.

    This 1990 Carson Whitlow introduction is a hybrid of Cypripedium parviflorum var. parviflorum x Cypripedium kentuckiense
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  17. May 15, 2018 #97

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    I think pubescens

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    Really nicely flowered Hank Small - you can see the kentuckiense so clearly. I remember when Carson was making all those crosses back in the day. We were pen pals in the late 70s when I was in high school and he had just moved into his new home in Iowa. I think I still have the old letters back at my mom's place in New York - such pleasant memories.
     
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    Nice collection of cyps and well grown.
    I really like how you grow them..... I will look into these and combine them with my flower bed plants also.
     

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