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Phrag. pearcei var. equadorense

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WOW beautiful pic as usual Dot! The color is much whiter than I expected, very nice!
 

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Thanks, Gilda.

The light color is why I like it, also. The flower is quite small, but I guess that's typical of pearcei.
 

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Do you know if they were from the breeding that I did? I sold Heather a compot of these a few years back.

I have a couple of seedlings from this group that are big enough to bloom (but haven't yet).
 

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Do you know if they were from the breeding that I did? I sold Heather a compot of these a few years back.

I have a couple of seedlings from this group that are big enough to bloom (but haven't yet).
I don't know, Rick. The tag is hand-written, and just says: Phrag ecuadorense 'Birchwood' HCC/AOS
The first date on the back of the tag is 11/04. The rest of the dates are mine.

This is the first blooming.

Maybe ask Heather?
 

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I don't know, Rick. The tag is hand-written, and just says: Phrag ecuadorense 'Birchwood' HCC/AOS
The first date on the back of the tag is 11/04. The rest of the dates are mine.

This is the first blooming.

Maybe ask Heather?
Mine are not related to Birchwood, so it can't be them. These have a very nice pastel color.
 

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