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Discussion in 'Phragmipedium' started by Guarceñosis, Jan 11, 2019.
That is an amazing Phrag!
here's a link to a pdf presentation of the research:
and a link to the publication:
Sorry in advance for this stupid question.... ;-)
The article reads well, makes perfect sense, and appears to be well documented...
Is this the most current research on the topic? (i'm to inadequate of a researcher to know how to answer/validate on my own)
I'm not aware of anything more recent.
lazybones (me) thanx you!
i'll use that research to sound authoritative in my local society meeting when we review the show table and have anything in the complex to talk about ...
I've heard it's available from Peruflora but can't get anyone to verify that.
Isn't this little guy one of the (the?) rarest of phrags?
Also check the recent book of Olaf Gruss about phrags.
the one in german with all the pretty pictures? ;-) i keep thinking that brushing up would be a good thing
Very nice cute bloom
New bloom is coming, will post it.
This is the most updated and accurate info about Phrags.
yup that one looks like a good purchase...
i wish the publishers would offer a combo hard copy digital addition... it would be great to mashup the content in my journal.
Thank you very much
This is the new bloom of Phrag anguloi
So lovely and just my taste in Phrags. Thank you!
How big are the plants when they flower? Similar to schlimii?
Here is the plant picture. It is in a 8cm (3") pot. The plant is quite small and has bloomed twice already. Easy to grow so far. I prefer clear pots so you can see the health of the roots.
Very nice. What is the leaf span of the plant?
It's about 12".
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