Phragmipedium Ecuagenera Dream

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Cearbhael

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And here is my Ecuagenera Dream! Potted in Deluxe Phragmipedium medium from rePotme.com, special slotted pots that allow air movement and a specially designed bottom that prevents roots getting soggy by being under water, yet allows wicking to keep the media moist. I mix 1/4 tap water (high in calcium) with 3/4 pure distilled water. I have had this plant and 7 other Phrags I imported from Ecuagenera in Ecuador. South Exposure, very necessary in MN. We spend 3/4 of the year with weak sunlight which is why it gets SO cold!
 

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I already love Pye! Too bad that the second photo didn't capture the allure of a lilac
point Siamese. Really nice looking E. Dream and I'm looking forward to the flowers.
As an aside, I have a dear friend who has two Siamese named Ping and Pong and
both are non-stop talkers with a goofy sense of humor.
 

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I already love Pye! Too bad that the second photo didn't capture the allure of a lilac
point Siamese. Really nice looking E. Dream and I'm looking forward to the flowers.
As an aside, I have a dear friend who has two Siamese named Ping and Pong and
both are non-stop talkers with a goofy sense of humor.
Well, we can’t leave you unsatisfied there! The lighting was wonky in that spot! Here are a couple more pictures that are in better daylight lighting! The first is a collage and the second I love due to it showing the incredible colour of her eyes. They are a very dark denim colour with a bright blue ring followed by a navy blue ring! I get absolutely lost in those beautiful eyes.
 

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