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DrLeslieEe

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Looks like the flowers had a disagreement and neither would compromise and meet in the middle lol.

Great job in growing such a healthy plant.
 

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P.fairrieanum is one of my favourite species too...I think I have about 5 plants of normal type and 3 albas...They always vary in color and size and shape so its always a pleasure to see a new one in bloom...Attached is a couple of my fairrieanums
 

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I love the oriental pagoda look of fairrieanums too. I have about 3-4 first bloom seed plants in bud now, so can’t wait!! One of their sib in Japan bloomed with a very solid dark red dorsal.
 

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I love the oriental pagoda look of fairrieanums too. I have about 3-4 first bloom seed plants in bud now, so can’t wait!! One of their sib in Japan bloomed with a very solid dark red dorsal.
please keep us informed.... never enough fairies!
 

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P.fairrieanum is one of my favourite species too...I think I have about 5 plants of normal type and 3 albas...They always vary in color and size and shape so its always a pleasure to see a new one in bloom...Attached is a couple of my fairrieanums
These are lovely. Marking for a couple years hence when my OZ refugee flask “Porky’s” x “Pink Perfect” bloom (fingers crossed).
 
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