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Heather

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Just arrived in spike. 4 growths and two new starts.
Looking good in it's bonsai pot, I think.

I miss my old kitchen w/ the green granite countertops. They'd look so good there. :(

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Heather said:
Just arrived in spike. 4 growths and two new starts.
Looking good in it's bonsai pot, I think.

I miss my old kitchen w/ the green granite countertops. They'd look so good there. :(

wh1rk1.jpg
Does my eyes fool me, or the plants sit on very thin pot?
 
Heather
Now that you have the two types, what do you see as differences??

Thanks
John
 
Congratualtions to the new arrival.It looks great. And now I see it that the spikes are so tiny normally. I hope I won´t break mine, before it flowered( I almost did so yesterday)
Hello from Germany
Nikolaus
 
congrats Heather.

Now you have to make a cross of the 2 clones. When you do put me down for a flask :poke:
 
It's a Mexipedium xerophyticum Peter.

I'm still looking for one that is affordable..
I have a bonsai pot just like Heather's except I have a serissa bonsai growing in it... Anyways I have many pots to use.

I heard that phrag x mexipedium have been made, have any bloomed out yet?
 
Congrats! I love Mexipediums but the only Internet dealer in Canada that I know of that sells them wants $80 for seedlings... I'm trying to find some BS.
 
parvi_17 said:
Congrats! I love Mexipediums but the only Internet dealer in Canada that I know of that sells them wants $80 for seedlings... I'm trying to find some BS.
The thing worths its weight in GOLD:p up there doesn't it?
 

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