Phrag.Andean Fire x Sorcer's Appprentice

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  1. May 5, 2009 #1

    Rayb

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    These two different flowers are comming from the same base on the plant
     
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    They're both pretty. Are you sure that there aren't two different plants in the pot? Perhaps two seedlings that were potted up together? The blooms are really different, to be of the same plant. Same cross, yes, but it looks like 2 plants. Very nice, though!
     
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    Yay bess....:eek:
     
  5. May 5, 2009 #5
    I think I agree with P-chan...possibly two different plants!!! I like the first best!!! super cool shape and nice orange-like colour!!!!
     
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    I can agree that both flowers could be Sorcerer's Fire (Andean Fire x Sorcerer's Apprentice), but it really looks like 2 plants in one pot, even the foliage looks different.
     
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    Hey, Ray -- I have that happening also. I was going to wait until the plant is finished blooming to see if it really is one plant, or two.
     
  8. May 6, 2009 #8
    That's what I thought too! :rollhappy: Andean Fire & Sorcerer's Apprentice!
     
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    Hi Dot,
    I agree with you and plan to do the same. They are so close together It's very unique I think. Maybe someone doing the potting did it on purpose to get a laugh.

    Ray
     
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    So what is it? If it where me, I wouldn't wait. I'd have it out of that pot in second!
     

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