Phrag ritcherii x schlimii

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  1. Sep 14, 2019 #1

    Guarceñosis

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    Small yet beautiful flower. Compact plant, esasy to grow.
    20190913_175745.jpg 20190913_175756.jpg 20190913_175823.jpg
     
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    Lovely. First bloom?
     
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    Nop, I posted the first bloom like 2 years ago.
     
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    ...and it's still beautiful. I remember this bloom quite well.
     
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    Nice one. Looks similar to Alejandro Teson.
     
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    I'm not a fan of pinks, but that's really nice!
     
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    Here a bigger plant of Phragmipedium Wössen, cultivated by Franz Glanz from Unterwössen.
     

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    Phragmipedium Wössen -Franz schlimii X richteri b.jpg And here the whole plant of
    Phragmipedium Wössen 'Franz' SM(K)DOG - BM/DOG 2015 - SM/DOG and GM(K)DOG 2016 - 01
    schlimii X richteri
     
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    Beautifully grown!
     
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    This is my Phrag. Wossen. I have a cross between this plant and my longifolium fma album in progress.
    Phrag. Wossen ‘ThienNgo’s Favorite’.jpg
     
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    Let us know the result of the hybrid.
     
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    ORG what a magnificent specimen plant!

    Thien, that's lovely and almost white. I love it. By the way,
    where do you disappear to when not on ST? I've been trying
    to connect with you for a while now.
     
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    Perfection!
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    From the photo on the left, it looks like it may be planted in NZ moss. Is that correct?
     
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    silverwhisp ... if you zoom in that looks like a corkish colored name tag...
     
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    Ahh, good catch! Thanks.
     
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    I had not so much time and worked About the genus Phalaenopsis and others. But you can try to contact me directly or by Facebook.
     
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    Very nice bloom have a spike forming on one of my plants
     
  19. Oct 7, 2019 #19

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    Hi Abax,
    I don't check slippertalk much. I am just too busy with work. I still remember that you want a division of Phrag. Ice Princess but I have not had a chance to divide my plant yet. I will have a few days off next week so I may divide it for you sometime next weekend then.
    Best,
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    Nice, thanks for sharing. I haven't had mush luck with Phrag. Wossen or Carol Kanzer, yet.
     

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