Phragmipedium Margo's Pinky

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  1. Jan 26, 2020 #1

    Djthomp28

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    I was not sure what to expect from this flask when I ordered one from Windy Hill. Now I am really glad I did. These are the first to bloom. The shape should improve with time, but the potential is great.

    The cross is Cahaba Morning Mist x schlimii. Better pictures coming soon.
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    Charming

    (what did you get at the Paph Forum?)
     
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    Beautiful! I particularly like the first one. I prefer the overall form of it over the second one.
     
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    Very pretty
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  5. Jan 26, 2020 #5

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    Thanks all!

    More than I needed:
    Paph Lola Bird
    Paph Honey
    Paph barbigerum
    Phrag Don Wimber

    What about you?
     
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    Phrag petite queillette from members table, and blew budget on a Jeff Morris awarded division of China Dragon
     
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    Wonderful flowers and a step toward an eventual
    pure white (I hope). If you ever want to sell one
    or two of the seedlings, I'd love to buy.
     
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    China Dragon is on my wishlist.
    Nice finds! China Dragon is on my list.

    Sounds like a plan once spring comes and shipping is safer. I have more seedlings than I have space for. Bench clearing needs to be my theme spring/summer to make next fall/winter easier. A lot of the seedlings are coming out of compot and others are stepping up in pot size.
     
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    they are definitely cute... count me in if you need some space...
     
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    Nice, thanks for sharing. I think I have some of there, have to check. Yay besseae hybrids! :)
     
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    I'll definitely help you make some space come
    spring. I love these little round, pale beauties.
     
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    I see a compot of these at home but I will ask Marilyn if she has a larger seedling.
     
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    Wow! A couple of delicate beauties -- really superb...
     

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