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Phragmipedium Barbara LeAnn ( besseae x fischeri )

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vandacee

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Phragmipedium Barbara LeAnn ( besseae x fischeri )



To compare, flowering March 2020

 

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nice evolution was the March flowering the plants first inflorescence?
 

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Lovely plant.
One of the things that makes makes phrags so fascinating, and sometimes frustrating, is the relative instability of their flowers. I have observed this many times, but not enough to know whether it is due to some sort of change in conditions, or just the nature of its being.
Some times the changes are for the better; some times that “perfect” flower refuses to reemerge. Funny.
 

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Lovely plant.
One of the things that makes makes phrags so fascinating, and sometimes frustrating, is the relative instability of their flowers. I have observed this many times, but not enough to know whether it is due to some sort of change in conditions, or just the nature of its being.
Some times the changes are for the better; some times that “perfect” flower refuses to reemerge. Funny.
Perfect comment !... Yes
 

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I think both versions beautiful. I agree with Kate that the surprises keep me fascinated and observant all the
time. Somehow I don't find it frustrating, but intriguing.
 

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so precious! Both blooming are very nice. I am guessing maturity and temperature have something to do with the differences.
 

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