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Heather

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Finally I have a cutie Phrag. blooming. She is besseae x fischeri. I have missed them these last few months....

This has no fragrance, despite looking so similar to a Hanne Popow. I was curious about that because this one arrived to me in bloom 6 months ago, but it was the last bloom and fading so I was unsure. Must be the lack of schlimii.


 
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That is a cutie Heather. Nice job. Is it a compact plant like the fischeri?
 

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Not compact at ALL - almost my largest phrag, rambles and stolonifies like crazy (dang bess genes!)

Sorry for the color. If I can get some sun and be home at the same time, I shall take some more. The tinge is too yellow.
 
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Heather said:
Not compact at ALL - almost my largest phrag, rambles and stolonifies like crazy (dang bess genes!)

Sorry for the color. If I can get some sun and be home at the same time, I shall take some more. The tinge is too yellow.
can you take a quick shot of the plant?
 

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kentuckiense said:
Still looks like a managable size. I'll have to look into that one!
No Z, you should save room for that sanderianum instead!

(No offence Heather, the plant is very lovely.)
 
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Very nice Heather

:D This one is really pretty too nice shape and colour gosh even a great size plant too - hope mine when it grows up will be as pretty . (is it one of Chuck Akers?)
billie
 

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