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This Hanne Popow was made with besseae flavum, which gives it a lighter pink color.

I am happy to have been able to take these from flask to bloom. They certainly took their time with over 2.5 years to mature. I will post a few of the others as the buds open.

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Yay ________ hybrids! Branching like that I don't think the label is accurate. Should be nicely fragrant. What was the source?
 

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Gorgeous, Darlene!! You have the touch, for sure!!!
 

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Very nice! I love the pastel colors. Here is one of mine. But, is using the standard red besseae._DSC4570 Phrag. Hanne Popow.jpg
 

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I'm a fan of Hanne Popow !!!!! I haven't got one yet though.
A closely related primary hybrid, Phrag. Manzur la Aldea, is also very nice. I might even like it better as the ones I have bloomed out generally seem to have fuller petals and a rounder overall presentation. Chuck Acker had flasks of these a couple years ago, so I suspect that many on this site have them.
 

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A closely related primary hybrid, Phrag. Manzur la Aldea, is also very nice. I might even like it better as the ones I have bloomed out generally seem to have fuller petals and a rounder overall presentation. Chuck Acker had flasks of these a couple years ago, so I suspect that many on this site have them.
Thanks KL! I just took a look online some photos a moment ago --- of that one you mentioned ...... they are beautiful indeed. I love the pinks. Definitely one to look out for too here. I'll note down this one! I'm currently growing a Grouville - hasn't yet flowered though, but it will ---- one of these days hehehe. I saw one at an orchid show, and thought it was so cute ...... that I just had to find one. Found one through some luck!
 

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Good call out Kate! I have a flask of Phrag. Manzur la Aldea (flavacolor). I am getting my first one in bloom. Can't wait!
 

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This Hanne Popow was made with besseae flavum, which gives it a lighter pink color.

I am happy to have been able to take these from flask to bloom. They certainly took their time with over 2.5 years to mature. I will post a few of the others as the buds open.

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These are really lovely, Darlene.
 
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