Awewsome! This may be my favorite Phrag species. Well, it's right up there, anyway. Looks great I take it that you're not growing it in S/H, is that right? I've found that my long petaled hybrids don't do well that way.
Thanks for all the great comments. I'm growing it in a bark mix. and I grow it in a tupperware container with water in it. many people say not to grow the long petaled phrags that way but I haven't had any trouble at all with them.I change the water weekly and flush the pots with clean waterand thier fine.
To find the parents, you won't. This is a species Phrag. Was know as
Phrag. caudatum var Wallisii but if you refer to the Taxonomy section you will find a discussion Phrag warscewiczianum, reference is made to this Phrag wallisii,. It is now known as Phrag. popowii.
Dr. Guido Braem has written at length why this is so.